Los Angeles Heritage Day

Sunday, April 11, 2010 from 11-4pm.
It will be held at Heritage Square Museum 3800 Homer Street, L.A. 90031

“In an area sometimes perceived as having no ‘real’ history, L.A. Heritage Day is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about and enjoy the fascinating people, places and events that have shaped Southern California,” said Cindy Olnick, spokesperson for the Los Angeles Conservancy. “It is also a chance to learn about the incredible variety of local preservation groups, museums, libraries and historical societies serving today throughout Los Angeles County.”

More info here.

If you download the flyer, admission is free.

2 thoughts on “Los Angeles Heritage Day

  1. I went last year, I jumped on the metro and got off on the wrong spot, but I found an old lady who got lost too so I hung with her. The actual event was okay, but not to exciting. I mostly got alot of pamphlets and flyers, talked to some folks, but I was disappointed that the San Pedro historical society was not there and the Wilmington historical society either. Gotta rep the Harbor Area mang lol

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