Temecula Valley Historical Society
It is our mission to identify, preserve and promote the historic legacy of the Temecula Valley and to educate the public about its historical significance.
Regular Program Schedule

Monday, May 21st at  6:00 p.m.
  To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the formation of Riverside County on May 2, 1893, the Temecula Valley Historical Society will reenact the debate for and against it during our May 21 program at 6 p.m.
Riverside County Historical Commissioners Steve Lech and Darell Farnbach will participate in the reenactment with Dick Fox, past president of the society. Also, the four local high school seniors awarded college scholarships by the society will be introduced.

Monday, June 25th at  6:00 p.m.
  Michelle Lorimer will present: Resurrecting the Past: The California Mission Myth.

Monday, July 23rd at  6:00 p.m.
  Darell Farnbach will present a program about Hats.

Monday, August 27th at  6:00 p.m.
  Mindy Johnson will present Notable Woman of Temecula, Annie Bergman.

Monday, September 24th at  6:00 p.m.
  Rebecca Farnbach will present: The Unique Vail Ranch, Helen Hunt Jackson & Erle Stanley Gardner.

Monday, October 22nd at  6:00 p.m.
  Ann Miller will present: Chains, Varas and Leagues: Measuring Land in the 1800s.



 The Temecula Valley Historical Society invites visitors to join them for a social time with free refreshments at 5:30 pm prior to our programs at the Little Temecula History Center, (The red barn next to Kohls in south Temecula at the corner of Wolf Store Road and Redhawk Parkway) which begin at 6:00 p.m. For detailed directions, click on the "Find Us" link above.


          There is no charge to attend our programs. Visitors are welcome.

Special Events

Friday, May 11 at 12:00 noon

  The Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve will present the History of the California Southern Railroad's Route through the Temecula Gorge and Beyond. Enrollment is full.

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Notice to All Members

  We do not condone trespassing on nonpublic sites. If you do trespass, you are doing so as an individual and are subject to prosecution by the property owner as an individual and not as a member of the Temecula Valley Historical Society. This is an activity that is not endorsed or supported by the Society and can result in a deteriorating relationship with other historic entities or valued neighbors. If at any time you are curious about areas with restricted entry, please consult with the officers of the Temecula Valley Historical Society and we will make arrangements for consultation with the owners of the properties in question. Thank you for your cooperation.

 Meetings are held at the Little Temecula History Center located just west of Kohl's, near the intersection of Temecula Parkway and Redhawk Parkway.
 (the Red Implement Barn pictured below)
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 This 2008 historical society DVD production is available for a $10 donation.

 To order this DVD by mail print out the order form by clicking on the DVD Order Form link (below right) 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.
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