Holiday Happenings

| January 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

December was a busy month of holiday celebrating throughout the Larchmont Chronicle neighborhoods, from Brookside to Larchmont and points in between. There even was a party attended by lots of locals at a DTLA arts district loft, the latest digs of former Hancock Park and Larchmont Village residents. Various photographers caught the action.

COUNCILMEMBER David Ryu talked with many constituents during Council District 4 Holiday Party at the Hollywood Field Office.
PLANNING DEPUTIES, present and past, Emma Howard and Renée Weitzer, with constituent Regina Yoon (center) at CD4 holiday party. 
LOFT PARTY: Jamie Bennett, Wayne and JoAnn Ratkovich, and Carolyn Bennett enjoy Margaret Bates / Scott Johnson holiday party in the DTLA Arts District. Entertainment was provided by daughter and opera singer Zoe Johnson, and granddaughter (daughter of Max and Marion Johnson), Olive Johnson, age five, who belted out a long song from “Frozen.”
LE PETITE MARCHÉ, on Melrose at Larchmont, celebrated its opening with a party in December, and the bar was busy.
TOM KNEAFSEY and Oona and Don Kanner attended Le Petite Marché’s opening party.
OUTDOOR DECK, a feature of the new Larchmont office created by Bret Parsons for Compass Realty — above the old hardware store space — made its debut at open houses held in December.
MERRY NORRIS, the well-known art consultant, and artist TM Gratkowski are in front of his piece “ReCycle Cycle” (2011) hanging with others of his works in the new Compass office on Larchmont Blvd.
WINDSOR SQUARE board members and spouses celebrated the holidays at Lucy’s El Adobe. Shown from left are Ray and Helen Hartung, Mike and Kathy Genewick, and Dorothy Schouten and Steve Tator.
HOLIDAY CHILI cooked by John Duerler was tasted by Pam Rudy, Duerler, and Carolyn Layport, among many others who celebrated at the Hancock Homes “A Chili Christmas” holiday mixer.
THE GROVE was the setting for menorah lighting ceremony.

HORSE AND CARRIAGE accompany Brookside carolers in annual holiday tradition.


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