On Halloween, The Museum of the San Fernando Valley has a nice presence to support the Great Street Initiative and CD12’s [RE]visit [RE]seda Blvd team.
Thanks to board member Mel Mitchell and his wife Bev for their support of the event. Several other board members attended the event too.
Hundreds of residents and valley guests enjoyed costume and decorated bike contests, a live Scary Tale telling and Dia de los Muertos makeup artistry. One of the highlight of the festivities was the performance of CSUN Acasola, offering its inaugural performance on the Reseda Blvd Great Street Flex Furniture custom designed by La-Mas. Pictured is Scott Sterling, President of The Museum with the group.
The Museum may have this group sing at its upcoming holiday party.