History and Historic Sites of the Valley * Then and Now Photos * Lost Crescenta * Rockhaven * Membership and Donations
Monday, October 15th 7:00pm
La Crescenta Center for Spiritual Living
At the intersection of Dunsmore and Santa Carlotta
La Crescenta has so many rocks that people here call it "Rock-rescenta"! Local geologist Charly Shelton explains how they got here, plus some gems about local fossil beds. Can you dig it? (No, you can't. There's too many rocks.)
Saturday, October 21st, 11:00am - 1:00pm
The CSUN Oviatt Library Map Collection is located in Sierra Hall 171 on the CSUN Campus. Visitors coming to the Map Library in Sierra Hall can enter campus on Prairie Street and use the upper levels of Parking Structure B3
The Cal State Northridge Map Library has one of the best collections of maps and aerial photos in LA. Of particular interest is their large collection of Sanborn Fire Maps, many of them local to us, that show details of each building on a street from the 1920's on. We'll have a hands-on tour by Chris Salvano, the Map Curator. If you love maps, this is a must-see tour!
Regular meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 7:00 PM at the the Center for Spiritual Living, formerly known as the La Crescenta Church of Religious Science located at the intersection of Dunsmore and Santa Carlotta.