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Monday, July 30, 2012

RICHARD BOGY GIVES BEST VALLEY HISTORY TALK OF THE YEAR.

CHERISHING OUR VALLEY    2012

Recently, Toluca Lake historian Richard Bogy was the featured speaker as part of The Museum's "Taste of History" event at Westfield Fashion Square. He spoke to The Museum Community on the important historical heritage of Campo de Cahuenga. Bogy, a member of the Board of Directors of the Campo de Cahuenga Historical Memorial Association, provided a fascinating history from the site's time where Tongva villages dotted the Los Angeles River to the gift of Mrs Amatage Forbes for generations to come by preserving the location. (click on image to enlarge it.) 


Richard Bogy gives the best historical talk so far this year.



Beth Perrin, Secretary and Deuk Perrin, President of Campo de Cahuenga Historical Memorial Association attended and supported Richard Bogy at the Taste of History event at Westfield Fashion Square.


Michel Stevens, Chair of Taste of History event and featured speaker Richard Bogy.
  
Guests mingle at The Museum’s space at Westfield Fashion Square, first floor, at post-speaker event.

After each event The Museum opens up the space for those that want to return, view space and artifacts for the first time, join to become a member, make a donation and learn how to become more involved.

Please consider attending next FREE speaker event on Thursday, August 30th @ 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. for Taste of Horses in the Valley.

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