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Santa Monica's Biggest Little Star
Now through July 1st!
Artifacts - Original Movie Costumes - Photographs - Dolls - Correspondence
And memorabilia to honor and celebrate her film and diplomatic career as well as the personal life of this special woman who touched the lives of so many!
Don't miss this limited-run exhibit!
$10 general admission - $7 for SAG/AFTRA and Television Academy members with ID
FREE for members, children (12 and under), active-duty military and veterans
Visit http://santamonicahistory.org/ for more information.
Now through October 2016!
In the olden days, cooking was done with simple devices and a lot of love. We've pulled out all the vintage kitchen items and cookbooks from our archives, along with many other items on-loan from community members. We even have a display of reamers.
Remember all the happy days in your granny's kitchen? Children may marvel when they see how people used to get by with much less technology. Come and reminisce about cooking in the good old days.
Admission is free, but a donation of $2 per person is suggested.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 818-352-3420. For more events, check out their website.
Bolton Hall Museum Presents:
Meet John Doe
Enjoy movie night with a showing of the 1941 classic Meet John Doe in the community where it was filmed. Parking and admission is free, though donations are appreciated. Seats are limited, but reservations can be made ahead of time. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.
Contact Little Landers Historical Society at email@example.com or 818-352-3420 to reserve your spot. For more events, go to LLHS's website by clicking here.
Paya: The Water Story of the Paiute
Her Pictures, Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association and Mono Basin Historical Society present Paya, a riveting short documentary, panel discussion, and Q & A. The panel discussion will feature: Harry Williams, the Film's Protaganist, Native Water Activist and Bishop of the Paiute Tribe; Teri Red Owl, Executive Director, Owens Valley Indian Water Commission; Jenna Cavelle, Producer and Director of Paya; and Chris Morrow, PhDc., GIS Specialist & Water Modeller.
This documentary is an official selection of the Native Women in Film & Television [Film Festival] for 2016, and a Red Nation Film Festival Best Short Documentary.
Don't miss out on this chance to watch the untold story of America's longest lived water war!
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at http:herpictures.brownpapertickets.com.
History of the Angels Flight Funicular
And its function in the bygone Bunker Hill neighborhood 1901-1969
The speaker for this program is Jim Dawson. Jim is a cataloger and archivist at the American Film Institute in Hollywood. He has published two books about downtown's former Bunker Hill neighborhood: Los Angeles's Angels Flight (Arcadia Publishing) and Los Angeles's Bunker Hill: Pulp Fiction's Mean Streets and Film Noir's Ground Zero (History Press).
Join us for a look into Los Angeles's past! Everyone is welcome, and admission is free (though donations are gratefully accepted).
Light refreshments will be available after the program. For more information, visit Little Landers Historical Society here.
Do you have any historical photographs or visual materials of the Tahoe area? If you do, or if you’d just like to learn more about the archival resources that document this community’s rich history, come visit the North Lake Tahoe Digitization Day this summer. This one-day event offers a chance for community members and visitors to bring in historical visual materials documenting the region and have those materials digitized according to professional archival standards. In return, participants will have the option to donate a digital copy of these materials for inclusion in the NLTHS’s database, providing public access to anyone interested in researching North Lake Tahoe’s cultural history. In addition to the digitization services, the program will offer presentations by historian Carol Jensen, photographer Peter Goin, and photograph archivists Kimberly Roberts and Katrina Windon.
The event will be held at the Gatekeeper’s Museum in Tahoe City. Parking will be available in the Museum’s lot and nearby at the Bank of the West at 150 W Lake Tahoe Blvd. For those without a car, the Tahoe Area Transit Center is within walking distance, just south of the Fanny Bridge.
For a schedule of events and more information, see http://tahoedigitizationday.splashthat.com.
This event is made possible in part to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Jedediah Smith Society 60th Anniversary Celebration!
The Jedediah Smith Society will be celebrating their 60th Anniversary at a day long celebration on October 8, 2016 from 9:30am - 4:00pm. They welcome you to join them on this historic and important milestone in history. It will be located at the San Joaquin Historical Society/Museum in Micke Grove Park southeast of the city of Lodi, CA. Registration is $30/person, which includes speakers, a buffet lunch, fur trapping exhibit and a commemorative CD. Please make checks payable to Jedediah Smith Society and send them to 1040 West Kettleman Lane #147, Lodi, CA 95240. Registration closes September 10, 2016. For more information, please visit their website.