March is Women’s History Month, and Los Angeles is celebrating with a number of events, educational experiences and special happenings at female-owned businesses throughout the city. Here are some you may want to check out this year:

10 Days RE:Her

Regarding Her (RE:Her) is a nonprofit started by nine LA female restaurateurs in late 2020 to help local restaurants recover from the pandemic. Last year, they started 10 Days RE:Her as an annual food festival with collaborations and unique offerings from a number of different restaurants and shops. It happens from March 4 through March 13 with limited-time specials at places like Casa Vega, Esters, Gabi James, Gasolina Café, HLAY and several others. Learn more.

Support LA Female-Owned Businesses

There are many female-owned businesses throughout the Los Angeles area. Find a local eatery you haven’t tried before or visit your favorite establishment this month to show your support. There are some wonderful bars and craft breweries like Bar Franca, The Mermaid, Eagle Rock Brewery and Three Weavers Brewing Company. Sample some fine wines at Domaine LA or Vinovore Wine Shop. Book a stay at the newly restored Hotel Figueroa, which has a rich feminist history.

We Love You Amy Kehoe!

We are blessed to have many wonderful women in our life. Speaking of great local businesswomen, though, we have to mention our friend, Amy Kehoe of Nickey Kehoe. She is design partner of Greg’s own partner in life, Todd Nickey. She has such a creative mind and eye for detail. We’re so proud to be able to collaborate with her on many projects with our real estate clients. Visit the Nickey Kehoe website to learn more about their style and services.

Los Angeles Public Library

The LA Public Library is hosting a number of in-person events, including live readings and podcasts. The Central Library will be screening the film I, Worst of All on Saturday, March 11. Click here to see the full schedule on the LAPL website.

Shakira, Shakira: The GRAMMY Museum Experience

Who doesn’t love Shakira? Celebrate Women’s History Month (and Latin-American heritage) by visiting her interactive experience at The GRAMMY Museum’s Latin Music Gallery. This exhibit will be open through the winter of 2024, but there’s no better time than the present to plan your trip. The GRAMMY Museum is a must-visit for any music lovers in LA! Learn more.

These are just some of the events and experiences happening throughout the Los Angeles area this March. We encourage everyone to show their appreciation for the women in their lives—not just this month, but every day of the year.