Founded in 2000, the Temecula Valley Historical Society is celebrating its 13 year
anniversary. The mission of the Society is to "identify, preserve and promote the historical
legacy of the Temecula Valley and to educate the public about its historical significance".

Projects have included the placement of plaques and markers on historic buildings and
sites in Old Town Temecula, the restoration of the Louis Wolf Tomb, the restoration of a
stagecoach and the production of a DVD about the local history. The Society provides self
guided walking tour maps of Old Town Temecula to local shopkeepers for public
distribution. Monthly meetings are held at the Little Temecula History Center which
include speaker presentations on the local history of Temecula Valley. The Society also
organizes local field trips as well as sending out volunteers to the community to educate
youngsters on the valley's historic legacy.

We invite you to browse around our web site. Be sure to check out the local history
section and the gossip collection which contains excerpts from the Lake Elsinore Valley
Press that was published from 1910 - 1926. Memberships in the Temecula Valley
Historical Society are available at levels affordable to individuals and families as well as
corporate sponsorship.

The Temecula Valley Historical Society is a nonprofit organization under Internal
Revenue Code, Section 501(c)3.
This 2008 historical society DVD
production is available for a $10
donation.

To order this DVD by mail print out
the order form located below and
mail it in. DVDs are also available for
sale at the monthly historical society
meetings. Your donation helps fund
current and future projects of the
Temecula Valley Historical Society.
Upcoming Events
Temecula Valley Historical Society
Temecula Valley Historical Society
P.O. Box 157
Temecula, CA 92593-0157
Meetings are held at the Little Temecula History
Center located next to Kohl's on Temecula Parkway
(the Red Implement Barn).
EARLY BOOM TOWN
TEMECULA
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All Rights Reserved.
Click on the left for directions
Temecula Valley Museum Exhibition
February 22 - April 6, 2014

Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters of California
This exhibit features the contributions Sisters have
made in developing California church and society
and testifies to their efforts.
Temecula Valley Historical Society Meeting
Monday, March 24, 2014 6 - 8 PM

Rebecca Farnbach and Tony Guenther will present
the History of the Murrieta Hot Springs, once a
resort and spa For healing and recreation that
attracted tourists to our valley.
Temecula Valley Historical Society Meeting
Monday, April 28, 2014 6 - 8 PM

Patrick Mitchell will speak on The little known
history of the Santa Ana Mountains that form
Temecula Valley’s western Border.