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Please join us Friday, April 25th, 10am – 4pm!

Spend an exclusive afternoon behind the scenes at San Simeon Village. Guests will tour the village with Muna Cristal, librarian and Hearst Castle guide. See the historic schoolhouse and William Randolph Hearst warehouses, as well as the original Sebastian’s store. Muna will share fascinating stories about one of the last surviving estate villages in America.

Enjoy a delicious lunch with a choice of either Hearst Ranch Beef or a vegan sandwich from Sebastian’s Café. Hearst Ranch Winery will pour wine selections.  The café and wine tasting room are located in the historic Sebastian’s Store (California Historical Landmark No. 726), established in 1852.

After lunch, Hearst Castle historian and author Victoria Kastner will present a lecture and slide show featuring the new Abrams publication, Hearst Ranch: Family, Land, and Legacy. Following her lecture, Victoria will sign purchased books.

This rare, spectacular opportunity includes transportation, a guided tour, lunch, wine, and a presentation by Victoria Kastner. An all-day event, the bus departs from SLO at 10:00am and returns around 4:00pm. We will leave some time to explore the Village before the bus returns to SLO. There will be an option for attendees to provide their own transportation.

$60 History Center members, $75 for non-members. Space limited – reserve now!

For information and reservations contact Jill Fletcher: jfletcher@historycenterslo.org or call (805) 543-0638 ext. 11.



Missions of Central California By Robert A. Bellazza

OVERVIEW: After the discovery of Alta California, the Spanish Crown charged the first Franciscan friars to enter into the New World through Lower Baja, with a succession of conquistadors, explorers, and soldiers, on a trail called El Camino Real or “The Royal Road.” The settlement began in 1769 at Mission San Diego de Alcalá, a new port and military presidio with buildings of mud, brushwood, and tule grass. Fr. Junípero Serra, the legendary mission presidente and founding father of nine missions, traveled along a worn path lined today by symbolic bell markers leading to many remarkable, modern cities. After 1772, settlements were spread to California’s central coast region, filling with native neophytes who became the residents and builders of all mission settlements. The Spanish missions had brought dramatic changes to California’s landscape and forged the underpinnings of its earliest history, founded serendipitously with the American Revolution and birth of the United States. Price: $21.99

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ANNUAL MEETING, Sunday 5/18/14

The History Center’s Annual Meeting
Sunday, May 18th 11:30am – 2:30pm
Join us for the annual meeting of the membership and enjoy an afternoon of fun and fellowship in the Dallidet Adobe Gardens!
- State of the Organization
- Annual Preservation Awards Ceremony
- Ballot Count and Installment of New Directors
- Taco Bar
- Dessert Treats
$20 for History Center Members and $25 for Non-Members. Invitations and ballots for History Center Members to follow.
To reserve your seat, or for more information please contact: Jill Fletcher – jfletcher@historycenterslo.org or call (805) 543-0638, ext. 11

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