Monthly Programming

These regularly-scheduled events are hosted at the WCCW by our community members. A great way for newcomers to get to know the WCCW! All monthly programs are free or low-cost. (These programs were formally known as Community Programming).

Community Chorus
Hosted by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs
Every other Sunday, 11:30am-1:30pm

Vocalizing is an act of protest!

Community Chorus is a bi-monthly safe singing space and activist chorus that is on-call for protests, rallies, marches, and community-building events. Our goal is to provide an additional platform where participants can rally together in a collective expression of commitment to justice, bravery, beauty, change, action, protest, dissent.

The chorus requires no audition/prior skill, no commitment, and all bodies are welcome.

Every other Sunday from 11:30am – 1:30pm, Chorus leader Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs and conductor Tany Ling hold 2 hour gatherings, often with live accompaniment and guest presenters.

FeM Synth Lab
Hosted by Natalie Robehmed, Sophia Elliot and kora colasuonno
Various Thursdays, 7:30–9:30pm

FeM Synth Lab is a low-cost recurring monthly night for womxn and non-binary folx to learn how to use hardware for electronic music production, meet others, and make music together.

Hey Baby
Hosted by Gilda Davidian
Every other Friday, 10am–12pm

Hey Baby is a meet up group for feminist parents and their babies organized by Gilda Davidian. Since its inception in 2016, Hey Baby has evolved into an autonomous participant led group that includes various nodes of programming initiated by a dynamic network of diverse families.Hey Baby organizes bi-weekly parent/child meet ups, political education events, workshops, and various forms of family-centered activities centered on political activism. Contact to find out more.

Critique Night
Hosted by Amelia Steely
First Fridays of the month

This is monthly group critique night, moderated by Amelia Steely. Folks share what they do, offer feedback, and get to know other artists in their community. Each month, four artists present their work at a different LA-based artist’s studio. This event is free, but space is limited. Email to sign up and get details.

Feminist Reading Group
Feminist Reading Group happens by demand — anyone can propose a book to read & discuss! 

The Feminist Reading Group is a community working to understand ourselves, the worlds we occupy, and the texts we read in deep, truthful, respectful, and joyful ways. The group meets to explore many themes: feminist histories, race, class, gender, space, sexuality, art-making, culture, creative practices, relationship, conflict, globalism, family, colonialism, media, aging, work, organizing, reading, politics, writing, activism, and technology, among others. Feminist Reading Group was founded by Dawn Finley and Eileen Ybarra.  If you would like to host a session of Feminist Reading Group, let us know: email

Mapping Feminist LA
Hosted by Leana Scott
Every other Monday, 7:30–9:30pm

Mapping Feminist Los Angeles is a volunteer working group with the goal of building a spatial and digital network that recontextualizes Los Angeles neighborhoods through the filter of intersectional feminism online, in print and in-person.

Our collaborative research project is currently in the process of building crowdsourced maps (both digital + print pieces) to help connect folks to intersectional feminist resources and spaces in LA County.

We aim to represent as many identities, lived experiences, and neighborhoods in LA as possible. Examples of locations we wish to populate our maps with include: anti-racism organizations, medical centers, LGBTQIA+ spaces, indigenous resources, immigration services, low-income and housing resources, ADA-friendly spaces, and more places and people engaged in various anti-oppression work in our city.

Join us at one of our upcoming meetings and in the meantime catch us online at and on Instagram: @angelenaatlas.

Untold Stories
1st & 3rd Sundays, 7-9pm

Untold is a place for womxn and non-binary storytellers of various ages, races, lifestyles, and backgrounds. We meet the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month to tell true stories based on a theme. These stories reveal the places where our experiences intersect and open our eyes to perspectives different from our own. We play silly improv games, workshop stories, and generally work towards the destruction of the patriarchy. Join us! Bring a 7ish minute story based on our biweekly theme. Find Untold (and the weekly theme) on Facebook and Instagram @untoldlosangeles, or email