For Angelenos, the word “Westwood” sparks images of Mediterranean-style architecture. Students poring over books and coffee. Beautiful homes. Museums. And of course, historic theatres. But the neighborhood we know as Westwood, with its historic Village at its vibrant core, has a complex and layered history. From its early inception as a planned shopping village to becoming a haven for immigrant communities, Westwood is more than just a pretty face. Join us Saturday, November 12th, and Sunday, November 13th, to see firsthand how this intentionally planned neighborhood has influenced and been influenced by the developments around it. Explore three distinct areas via guided or self-guided tours, and learn how each contributes to the greater sum of Westwood’s identity. You’ll meet the community, explore legacy businesses, and see ongoing efforts to preserve Westwood’s historic places—not to mention become a Bruin for the day!