How long has the most notable building in downtown been the place to be? The Culver Hotel, whose triangle-shape was inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York City, is celebrating it’s 90th birthday this weekend with ‘roaring 20s’ themed Prohibition Ball.
The charm filled hotel opened on Sept. 4, 1924 and has had many kinds of fame since then, most notably the best walk-to-work address for the cast of the Wizard of Oz, and many of the films shot in town during the heyday of MGM Studios.
An open bar, hor d’oeuvres, blackjack, stogies, and burlesque will round out the flapper-fantastic evening. The invite says 1920s fashion is “a must.” Find your flapper fringe or your fedora, shine those shoes and fluff your feathers. The password to the speakeasy is a $90 ticket, with 10% going to the Culver City Historical Society.
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