Grand Re-Opening of the De La Ossa Adobe at Los Encinos State Historic Park
Join us on Sunday, July 22nd, 2007 to celebrate the reopening of the 1849 De La Ossa Adobe at Los Encinos State Historic Park. This historic building has been extensively restored after being closed by major earthquake damage in 1994. The celebration will run from 10 AM to 3 PM at the park, and will feature costumed performers, historic music, children's games and activities, dancing and traditional crafts like blacksmithing - in addition to tours of the beautifully restored structure. Admission is free. Come in your old west attire and join in the fun!
Los Encinos State Historic Park is the location of a historic rancho that raised cattle, sheep and crops from 1849 until the early 20th Century. Before that, it was an Indian village for more than 4000 years. For more about Los Encinos State Historic Park, visit our website at http://los-encinos.org.
Los Encinos State Historic Park is located at 16756 Moorpark St in Encino, half a block east of the intersection of Ventura Blvd and Balboa Blvd. Park on the street.
Los Encinos State Historic Park
16756 Moorpark St.
Encino CA 91436-1068