Temecula Valley Historical Society
Upcoming Program Schedule

 Monday, June 27th, 2016   6:00-7:00 p.m.

     The Temecula Valley Historical Society would like to invite the public to a very special gathering on Monday, June 27 at the Little Temecula History Center. Following a social time with refreshments beginning at 5:30 pm we will introduce the four students chosen to receive college scholarships to assist them in pursuing careers in history. The society endeavors to foster upcoming young people to perpetuate the work done by the researchers, authors, dramatists and others in this generation. Following the introductions of the awardees there will be an opportunity for a preview tour of the Vail Headquarters or to stay at the history center to enjoy a brief program by Nadia Riley a classically trained violinist.
For questions, please contact Rebecca Farnbach at 951-775-6057.

    The Temecula Valley Historical Society invites visitors to join them for a social time with free refreshments at 5:30 pm prior to the program 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.  There is no charge to attend our programs. Visitors are welcome.
 Monday, July 25th, 2016   6:00-7:00 p.m.

    This program will be jointly presented by the Temecula Valley Historical Society and the Temecula Valley Museum, and held in the air conditioned comfort of the Conference Center at Temecula City Hall. Robert Wells, author of "Voices from the Bottom of the South China Sea" will present a largely unknown story of the largest Chinese emigrant disaster in 1874.
Upcoming Events
  Monday, June 6th - Tuesday August 30th - Tuesday November 1st

Murrieta & Temecula Valley History Speaker Showcase at the Murrieta Public Library
 Tuesday, July 12th - 9:30 a.m.
    In celebration of Murrieta's 25th anniversary of cityhood, the public is invited to join the Murrieta Valley Historical Society as we unearth a city time capsule. Murrieta became a city on July 1, 1991. To celebrate, the first city council buried the time capsule at Fire Station #1 to be opened in July 2016. Past city council members and civic leaders have been invited in joining the community celebration. Light refreshments will be provided by the historical society. After the ceremony, the items from the time capsule will be put on display in the Heritage Room at the Murrieta Public Library.
  Saturday, July 16th - 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

A ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the restoration of the Vail Headquarters.
Western Cultural Heritage Day Photos
Event was held Saturday, June 4th beginning at 9:00 a.m. in Sam Hicks Monument Park

                         City Councilman Mike McCracken poses in a western cut-out.    Click here

                                                    Children posing in a western cut-out.    Click here
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    Meetings are held at the Little Temecula History
Center located next to Kohl's at the intersection of Temecula Parkway and Redhawk Parkway.
        (the Red Implement Barn in image below)
EARLY BOOM TOWN
TEMECULA
DVD Order Form   (pdf)
    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.
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