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Coming Events:

South Pasadena Walking Tour

Sunday, May 5th, 10 a.m.
Meet at the South Pasadena Historical Museum, 913 Meridian Avenue, near the intersection of Meridian Avenue and Mission Street.

South Pasadena is a charming city with a decidedly small town feel. It values and preserves its history. Our tour guide will be author Rick Thomas who has written several books and articles on South Pasadena history.

On this easy walk, we'll concentrate on South Pasadena's historic town center. The walk will be slow paced and not very far, about one city block. The tour will last about an hour and is free.

The museum where we will meet.

The Mike Myers house from the classic slasher flick "Halloween".

South Pasadena Library, a Carnegie Library

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.

True Tales of Burbank

When: Monday May 20th 7:00 p.m

Where: La Crescenta Center for Spiritual Living(At the intersection of Dunsmore and Santa Carlotta)

Home to the likes of Disney and Warner Bros., Burbank has a fascinating history beyond the glitz and glamour of its entertainment industry. Discover the true story behind the mysterious Night Riders and how the Druids came to visit. Learn about the plans to film biblical epics in town and how the Crank Conventions came to be. Delve into tales of rodeo queens, Hollywood stars, Mouseketeers and a flying lion cub. Wesley H. Clark and Michael B. McDaniel, authors of Lost Burbank and Growing Up in Burbank, take you on a surprising and whimsical tour of the people, places and events of this historic San Fernando Valley city.

Catalina Verdugo Adobe Tour and Picnic

When: Wednesday June 5th, 2019 at 11:00a.m

The tour lasts approximately 1 hour. Picnic lunch will follow.

Cost: Free

This is a remnant of the original Spanish Rancho, and is the oldest house in Glendale. The adobe, built in 1828 housed the daughter and grandson of the original owner of the Rancho San Rafael. On the grounds is the spot where terms were negotiated for the Treaty of Cahuenga, which ended the Mexican-American War in 1847, giving California to the US. It is now an oak-shaded Glendale park. Tours are given by docents from the Days of the Verdugos Association.

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