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Friday, November 2, 2018

The Museum's NoHo Walk It Off Tour - Sun - Nov 25th from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm; please join us

Hello to all historic walking tour fans of North Hollywood (NoHo).

One of the most popular tours of the year, with our tummies full it is time for The Museum's Walk It Off  Tour, held this year on Sunday, November 25th from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm.



Learn about real cowboys, pioneer families, movie television and recording stars, the Spanish conquest, Mexican ranchos, land purchases and sales of acreage, vast ranches and orchards, fruit, freight trains, wars, architecture, and much more! Tour highlights include:

  •     Amelia Earhart Statue           
  •     Academy of Arts & Entertainment
  •     Amelia Earhart Library (1928)   
  •     El Portal Theatre (1926)
  •     Tiny's Patio (1923)
  •     St. Paul’s First Lutheran Church   
  •     NoHo Arts District
  •     NoHo Fire Station #60           
  •     Lankershim Arts Center (1939) (S. Charles Lee, architect)
  •     So. Pacific Railroad Depot (1896)   
  •     Commonwealth Savings & Loan Building
  •     Weddington Family History       
  •     North Hollywood Masonic Temple Lodge 542
  •     Phil’s Diner               
  •     Lankershim Elementary School (Marilyn Monroe attended)
R-S-V-P:    
1) Purchase tickets in advance on EVENTBRITE (we appreciate this)

2) Walk-up okay, but please contact us at 1-818-347-9665 or email at info@TheMuseumSFV.org to let us know you are attending and how many folks in your party.

Cost:        $10 per person       

Parking:    FREE street parking in area around park, library and church.

Tour meets promptly at 9:55 am - 

5211 Tujunga St. 
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Amelia Earhart Statue; NW corner of
Tujunga St. & Magnolia Blvd. (on corner of North Hollywood Regional Library)

Please visit us on the web at           www.TheMuseumSFV.org

Visit The Museum’s blog too at     museumsanfernandovalley.blogspot.com
 

Tell a friend.  Bring a friend.

Thank you,

Michel Stevens

President

Bill Carpenter
Director of Historic Walking Tours

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