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Sunday, December 2, 2018

Luminaria Today - Campo de Cahuenga 3:00 - 7:00 pm Free family event; please attend

The Studio City Neighborhood Council is pleased to present LUMINARIA.

A free, family festival of light with live music, arts, crafts and history for all ages.
 

Sunday December 2, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Campo de Cahuenga, 3919 Lankershim Blvd, 
(across the street from NBC Universal)

Join us for an Evening of live music, arts & crafts, Cider, hot cocoa, Cookies, and the Luminara light show!

FREE parking in the METRO lot is in the Northernmost end of the parking lot you must display a LUMINARIA bookmark or eventbrite ticket on your dashboard.

This is a public event so the ticket is used to track how many guests we will be having, you don't need a ticket to get in.

RSVP for FREE HERE.

Thank you.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Giving Tuesday - Today - please donate to The Museum SFV

It's here... Giving Tuesday

The Museum SFV would greatly appreciate a 2018 tax-deductible donation today.



100% of YOUR Museum donation is dedicated towards providing essential support for exhibits, events, tours, workshops, educational and outreach efforts, artifact collection and preservation activities. 

Our ongoing goal is to continue to preserve, promote and educate on the history, art and culture of the San Fernando Valley for Museum members, Donors, residents and visitors.

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is a 501(c)3 organization. Tax ID: 26-1292402.

Thank you very much.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Join Us - 12-1-18 FREE Pelota Mixteca Reception at The Museum SFV - 2:00 - 5:00 pm

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is pleased to announce a special exhibit reception for Pelota Mixteca, on Sat., December 1st from 2:00 - 5:00 pm at The Museum in Northridge.

This is a free event for Museum members and guests.  Please RSVP.


Come on out learn about this interesting sport with a rich history dating back 3,000 years and meet local players who participate on weekends in the Hansen Dam area. 

“Pelota Mixteca in the San Fernando Valley,” will showcase via photographs and artifacts, a sport that originates in Oaxaca, Mexico and has become important to the retention and redefinition of identity and community among Oaxacan transnational migrants who currently reside in the greater Los Angeles area and play in the northeastern San Fernando Valley.



Several local players and at least one of the exhibit's photographer's is expected to attend the reception.

The two photographers to be highlighted include: Leopolodo Peña, currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at University of California, Irvine. His photographic work is centered on two themes: immigration and modern environment. 

Also, Daniel Oliveras de Ita is a Mexican Photographer and Anthropologist, candidate for a Ph.D. degree, at the Institute of Anthropological Research, UNAM. He has produced a documentary, Pasajuego, that features teams from both the United States and Mexico in attempt to document the transnational identity of the community of players.



Light food provided by Vallarta Supermarkets and refreshments served. Raffle prizes too!

Free Parking. Elevator Access.


The Museum is located at 

18860 Nordhoff St., Ste. 204
Northridge, 91324

(SE corner of Wilbur Ave. & Nordhoff St.)

Please contact us at 818-347-9665, info@TheMuseumSFV.org and visit 
www.TheMuseumSFV.org.

Please RSVP for our food and head count.

See you on the 1st - bring a colleague, family member or a friend or two.

Thank you.



The Museum SFV - Closed on 11/22 and 11/24 - reopening on 11/27 -Happy Thanksgiving

The Museum SFV will not be open on Thursday, November 22nd or on Saturday, November 24th.

We will reopen on Tuesday, November 27th.

From all of us at The Museum SFV, have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. www.TheMuseumSFV(dot)(org).






Friday, November 2, 2018

Pelota Mixteca - NEW Museum exhibit - please visit and enjoy

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is pleased to announce it latest exhibit, Pelota Mixteca, running through the end of the year at The Museum.

“Pelota Mixteca in the San Fernando Valley,” will showcase via photographs and artifacts, a sport that originates in Oaxaca, Mexico and has become important to the retention and redefinition of identity and community among Oaxacan transnational migrants who currently reside in the greater Los Angeles area and play in the northeastern San Fernando Valley.




The two photographers to be highlighted include: Leopolodo Peña, currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at University of California, Irvine. His photographic work is centered on two themes: immigration and modern environment. 

Also, Daniel Oliveras de Ita is a Mexican Photographer and Anthropologist, candidate for a Ph.D. degree, at the Institute of Anthropological Research, UNAM. He has produced a documentary, Pasajuego, that features teams from both the United States and Mexico in attempt to document the transnational identity of the community of players.


A reception is being planned with current players and VIP’s that highlight the sport.

The exhibit is FREE as part of regular museum viewing. 


Free Parking. Elevator Access.
 
The Museum is located at 
18860 Nordhoff St., Ste. 204
Northridge, 91324

Please contact us at 818-347-9665, info@TheMuseumSFV.org and visit www.TheMuseumSFV.org.