History and Historic Sites of the Valley *
Then and Now Photos *
Lost Crescenta *
Tour of Lanterman House: Sunday, June 7th at 2:00pm
Lanterman House Tour and 1920's Flintridge Home Movies
The Lanterman Family were pioneers of Crescenta/Canada, settling here in 1875. In 1915 the family built a concrete Craftsman style mansion, which today serves as a museum. It's fully furnished with family heirlooms. We'll have a guided tour of the large house, and will visit the Archives Building which houses the collection of the Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley.
Please RSVP to Joanna Linkchorst at (818)248-1707, or email@example.com
The tour will be followed by a special presentation in the auditorium.
Two Early Flintridge Families - by John Newcombe: Sunday June 7th at 4:00pm
It's a program about the homes and lives of two families in Flintridge starting in the 1920s, illustrated with home movies from the families, and personal reminiscences. Filmmaker and historian John Newcombe will narrate.
4420 Encinas Drive
La Canada Flintridge