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Monday, May 22, 2017

Don't Miss Debbie Wubben at The Museum This Saturday!

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley invites you to meet featured artist, Debbie Wubben.
Wubben is a multi-medium artist and will be discussing her many different styles of art. She will explain how she creates colorful abstract paintings using texture and sculpted paper. 
"Wisteria and Goldfish" By Debbie Wubben (Paint and Sculpted Paper)

Wubben is especially excited to share her latest collection of children's art illustrations which she is creating using watercolor and colored pencils to create a great juxtaposition. 
Learn more about Wubben's creative process on Saturday, May 27th from 2-3pm.  
TICKETS: $10 (Includes one raffle ticket, light snacks and drinks)
debbiewubben.eventbrite.com
Seating is very limited. Tickets are required.
All proceeds help support The Museum.
 
LOCATION: 
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley
18860 Nordhoff St, Suite 204, Northridge, CA 91324
FREE PARKING  
Following the speaker series presentation, join us for complimentary light refreshments and snacks while shopping at the new gift store where you can purchase art from the presenter, as well as prints, crafts, books and other merchandise. Also you are welcomed to explore The Museum's current exhibitions: Mid Century Modern,The Westmore: First Family of Hollywood Makeup, Hollywood at Home, Mexican American Community Baseball, Two Centuries of San Fernando Valley Architecture and the current art exhibit.

2017 UPCOMING FEATURED ARTISTS
June 24, 2017 Morgan Kari

Friday, May 19, 2017

San Fernando Mission in the 1870 and 1875

The Water and Power Associates website has some of the best photos of the San Fernando Valley in the 1800s. It is a great treat to be able to see back in time. 

We highly encourage you to browse the site. waterandpower.org

San Fernando Mission 1870



San Fernando Mission 1875


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Next Week - Artist Debbie Wubben Visits The Museum

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley invites you to meet featured artist, Debbie Wubben.
Wubben is a multi-medium artist and will be discussing her many different styles of art. She will explain how she creates colorful abstract paintings using texture and sculpted paper. 
"Wisteria and Goldfish" By Debbie Wubben (Paint and Sculpted Paper)

Wubben is especially excited to share her latest collection of children's art illustrations which she is creating using watercolor and colored pencils to create a great juxtaposition. 
Learn more about Wubben's creative process on Saturday, May 27th from 2-3pm.  
TICKETS: $10 (Includes one raffle ticket, light snacks and drinks)
debbiewubben.eventbrite.com
Seating is very limited. Tickets are required.
All proceeds help support The Museum.
 
LOCATION: 
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley
18860 Nordhoff St, Suite 204, Northridge, CA 91324
FREE PARKING  
Following the speaker series presentation, join us for complimentary light refreshments and snacks while shopping at the new gift store where you can purchase art from the presenter, as well as prints, crafts, books and other merchandise. Also you are welcomed to explore The Museum's current exhibitions: Mid Century Modern,The Westmore: First Family of Hollywood Makeup, Hollywood at Home, Mexican American Community Baseball, Two Centuries of San Fernando Valley Architecture and the current art exhibit.

2017 UPCOMING FEATURED ARTISTS
June 24, 2017 Morgan Kari

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Prepare for the Paranormal - 6/3/17

MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW! 

SATURDAY - JUNE 3, 2017 


Creepy Jenny is visiting Your Museum and bringing her friends to tell you all about the paranormal world.



Confirmed Guest Speakers Include:

  • Psychic Christina George from Paranormal Connections . George will be broadcasting the event live for her radio show. She will discuss how items, such as dolls, can work as a conduit to the spirit world and how a person can leave their imprint on a personal token. She will also be reading your items at the event.
  • Researcher Brandon Alvis of American Paranormal Research AssociationAlvis will discuss the historical scientific paranormal investigation and documentation of historical buildings throughout the world.
  • Medium Tara V. MeadMead is an excellent spirit photographer, medium and healer.
  • Joe Mendoza and Mendy Baker from 3AM ParanormalMendoza will be talking about ITC/Spirit boxes and communicating with the other side. Baker will be reading items.
  • Joshua Leyvas from Paranormal WestLeyvas will be speaking about electronic voice phenomenas and Audible Voice Phenomenas.
  • Stefan Brigati is a TV/Radio Personality and the host of the international radio show My Darkest Hour on LiveParanormal and History FM in addition he is the Founder of Pacific Coast Paranormal and has been investigating the Paranormal for 24 years. He will be speaking about Infra Sound and how it effects the Paranormal. http://liveparanormal.com/




$15 PRESALE  SOLD OUT

$20 GENERAL ADMISSION AVAILABLE NOW

Friday, May 12, 2017

Have you been to the Lopez Adobe?

OFF THE BEATEN PATH - BY BRONWYN RALPH

 
The Museum is pleased to have Bronwyn Ralph, docent, lecturer and author of the book, "OFF THE BEATEN PATH," as a monthly contributor. 

Last Sunday I was taking a drive and I turned off the 405 FWY at San Fernando Mission Blvd and headed to the City of San Fernando. This is such a wonderful town located in the north end of the Valley and has several historic buildings. One of the landmarks is the Lopez Adobe, also known as La Casa De Geronimo Lopez. I have not been here since it reopened a couple of years ago and was greeted by two wonderful docents, Mr. and Mrs. Arroyo. They were so warm and welcoming and had an extensive knowledge of the Lopez Family, the Adobe and the furnishings inside the residence.

The Lopez Adobe was built between 1881-1883 by Valentin Lopez as a wedding present for his sister, Catalina. Catalina and her husband, Geronimo Lopez lived in the home until the early 1920s. The Adobe remained in the Lopez Family, and some of the children resided in the home until 1961. Mr. Arroyo said that no renovations, such as electricity or indoor plumbing were added to the house until after both Geronimo and Catalina passed away. It was said that Geronimo and Catalina, "wanted to live the way they knew how," with candles for light and chamber pots.


The tour is a delight as you see pictures of Geronimo and Catalina, their families, and hear stories of how integral this family was to not only the City of San Fernando but also to the City of Los Angeles. Before you leave don't forget to visit the grounds of the Adobe, which is beautifully landscaped, and includes a fountain in the courtyard and a statue of Fray Junipero Serra, founder of the California Missions.

This City of San Fernando landmark is a must see and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. I wish you safe travels exploring the San Fernando Valley.

Essentials:
1100 Pico Street
San Fernando, 91340
818-361-7155
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Open and Tours are the 4th Sunday of each month 1pm - 4pm