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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Giving Tuesday - please donate to YOUR Museum of history - art - culture today

This Giving Tuesday, please join The Museum SFV in supporting history, art and culture by making a gift today. 

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley offers curated, meaningful exhibits and cultural events throughout the year.  

We are asking for your support to expand our exhibits, both on the interior and exterior of The Museum grounds to further educate Museum members, donors and visitors on the history, art and culture of this valley.

Unlike other non-profits, 100% of your proceeds will be used towards programming.

Please donate today by clicking HERE.

Giving Tuesday, a global opportunity to give back to the organizations and missions you care about most. Public support from people just like you makes our regional museum of history, art and culture continue its mission of educating, preserving and promoting this rich history. At the same time, our visitors bring experiences, stories and artifacts to support this worthwhile organization.

Please support YOUR Museum of the SFV today.

Click HERE to donate

Thank you.

The Museum SFV Board of Directors

18904 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91324

(SW corner of Nordhoff & Wilbur; halfway between Northridge Fashion Center and CSUN)

Free Admission.
Free Parking.

Tuesday:  1:00pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am- 4:00 pm
Sunday:   11:00 am - 4:00 pm


Saturday, November 5, 2022

10-29-22 Death Valley Gold Rush - author - speaker event - enjoyed by all attendees

One thing that has been true over the 17 years in The Museum SFV's existence... if you show up, you will learn and enjoy about the history, art and culture of the San Fernando Valley and beyond.

On October 29th, author Ted Faye, with his terrific personality educated all about the crazy stories associated with the history of the Death Valley Gold Rush.

Ted will be presenting in 2023 on the history of mules... and there is a San Fernando Valley tie in.

Thank you to all attendees and thank you Ted!