Programs & Events




Join Us for a

Centennial Celebration of Hollywood's 1st Building

1/15/2022, 6:00-8:00pm
Bok Bok Baby, 2051A Hollywood Blvd

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HHS Presents our

2022 Virtual Lecture Series

Via ZOOM (Schedule)




Please join us

Jan. 9, 2022 at 1pm for

Hollywood Goes Hollywood

Stories of the Entertaining History of Hollywood in Film, Music, & More


Registration is required & limited

Register Today




See Our Past HHS Event Videos at:

HHS on YouTube


** HHS Plaque Program **


plaqueHollywood Historical Society is reinstating our Plaque Program for historic properties (which are at least 50-years-old) throughout the city.* The Program is a local recognition by HHS to bring awareness to and commemorate Hollywood’s hidden historic properties. This is a voluntary program that is initiated by the property owner and carried out by HHS. Note: These designations do not restrict the property owner’s rights in any way.


Property owners need to submit this form to HHS for review and approval. The review consists of comparing the house or structure with criteria as described in the City of Hollywood Design Guidelines for Historic Properties plus guidelines established by HHS. Once forms and research have been completed by the owner and reviewed by HHS, a plaque may be commissioned.


plaqueThe cost of the plaque is based on size and material used, but is generally between $400 and $800. The plaque cost, plus an administration fee of $50, is the responsibility of the property owner; and must be paid after a decision by HHS, but before the plaque is created. Also, with permission from the property owner, HHS will have a small unveiling ceremony where important historical information about the structure will be shared.


On March 6, 2021 HHS members & supporters attended our first new Historic Plaque Unveiling at Clive Taylor's "Jalousie House" (pictured on left).


*The original program started in 1982 and continued into the early 2000’s. Then the CRA and HHS collaborated on a marker program for Hollywood’s historic downtown district in 2017 & 2018. (List of Plaque Sites 1982-2000)


** Sun Tattler Digitization Project **


newspaper header The Broward County Library, as part of its Digitization Project, has been making steady progress on digitizing the Hollywood Sun Tattler. The digital files for the Hollywood Sun Tattler Collection 1930-1965 are now available ONLINE, with more to follow. Currently the staff is scanning approximately 400 pages daily. Broward County Library expects this digitization project to be completed in early 2021.



Please contact us to see how you can help our historic community!


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