Friday, January 29, 2010

L.A. Heritage Day Flyer: Details & Free Admission

For details and free admission to L.A. Heritage Day, just click on the image below to pull up the full-sized flyer you can print and bring with you on April 11, 2010. It also includes details about the entertainment, food (Pink's Hot Dogs!), and day-of events!

Pink’s will be there, so bring some hot dog money, too! There will be tours of fantastic historic homes, a scavenger hunt, and a variety of presentations, readings, performances, and even cooking lessons!

“In an area sometimes perceived as having no ‘real’ history, L.A. Heritage Day is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about and enjoy the fascinating people, places and events that have shaped Southern California,” said Cindy Olnick, spokesperson for the Los Angeles Conservancy. “It is also a chance to learn about the incredible variety of local preservation groups, museums, libraries and historical societies serving today throughout Los Angeles County.”

Participating organizations include (with more adding each day!):

Art Deco Society of Los Angeles, Alhambra Preservation Group, Associated Historical Societies of Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills Historical Society, Boyle Heights Historical Society, Burbank Historical Society, California Preservation Foundation, Canoga-Owensmouth Historical Society, Culinary Historians of Southern California, Culver City Historical Society, Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum, Eagle Rock Valley Historical Society, El Publo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Friends of La Laguna, Friends of the Southwest Museum, Grier Musser Museum, Heritage Square Museum, Highland Park Heritage Trust, Historic Adamson House/ Malibu Lagoon, Historical Society of Centinela Valley, Historical Society of Long Beach, Historical Society of Southern California, Hollywood Heritage, Inc., Lanterman House, Las Angelitas del Pueblo, Latino Hertage, Long Beach Heritage, Los Angeles City Historical Society, Los Angeles Conservancy, Los Angeles Historic Theater Foundation, Los Encinos Docent Association, Lummis Day Community Foundation, Monrovia Historic Preservation Group, Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Museum of the San Fernando Valley, Office of Historic Resources, Olmsted District Preservation Association / Save Old Town Torrance, Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena Heritage, Pasadena Museum of History, Pomona Heritage, Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site, Rose Park Neighborhood Association, San Fernando Valley Historical Society, San Gabriel Historical Association, San Marino Heritage, San Marino Historical Society, Santa Monica Conservancy, Southern California Genealogical Soc & GSHA, Studio City History Project, The Studio for Southern California History, The Venice Historical Society, West Adams Heritage Association, Western Educators, Shooters and Troopers, The Whittier Conservancy, Willmoore City Heritage Association, Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society,
Workman-Temple Homestead Museum, Yesteryears Dancers

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