Events (CCHS' and CCHS Members')

CCHS hosts a number of special events including Annual meetings, Symposiums and workshops throughout California. But CCHS members are also having regional events hosted and important to them and their communities. Click below to learn more details about participating in these upcoming events.

What's going on in your local area? CCHS welcomes you to post your local events here!  If you need any assistance posting your event, please contact Christine Esser in the CCHS Office at [email protected]

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Gold Bug Park

Thursday, December 31, 2020 at 06:00 PM
Gold Bug Park Video History Program

      

ONGOING VIRTUAL EVENT!

The pandemic has indefinitely shuttered Placerville’s historic Gold Bug Park & Mine. As a result, thousands of students are missing an educational field trip to the park.  The school tour supports the state’s 4th grade curriculum for California history and Gold Rush studies. The park’s docents decided that if the kids couldn’t come to the park, they’d bring the park to the kids – virtually!

The result is a five-episode video history lesson featuring the activities of a typical school field trip. The program works well in any distance learning situation and comes with downloadable study materials. It’s available for free in the Teacher’s Corner section of Gold Bug Park’s web page:   https://www.goldbugpark.org/teachers-corner-and-virtual-tours/

Gold Bug Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a state of California Point of Historic Interest.


Fall Meet-up

Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 09:00 AM · $50.00 USD
Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA

Fall Meet-up at Knott's Berry Farm!

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of Knott's Berry Farm!  Let Knott’s Ghost Town transport you back in time and explore what life was really like for residents of California and the Old West.  While showcasing the diverse people that made up our communities, this tour will give you the opportunity to meet a variety of individuals such as Nancy Kelsey and a Fur Trapper, as well as learn how these different groups of people contributed to the creation of California and other western states.  Your ticket to this event includes all day access to Knott’s Berry Farm.

If you would like to be included in the lunch reservation at 12:00 pm at the famous Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant with fellow California history lovers, please email [email protected] to ensure you are counted!  Lunch is separate from the group tour and will be paid for on your own.

 


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