Temecula Valley Museum seeks vendors for annual Summer Bazaar

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Museum will host its annual Summer Bazaar Saturday, June 17, at Sam Hicks Monument Park starting at 8:30 a.m. Vendor space is still available for this year’s event. The Summer Bazaar is sponsored by the Temecula Valley Museum’s nonprofit support group with the support of the museum committee of the […]

‘Season’s Greetings: Contemporary Holiday Greeting Cards’ Exhibit Displayed at the Temecula Valley Museum

TEMECULA – The custom of sending holiday greeting cards dates back to the 19th century in England. Louis Prang created the first Christmas cards in America in 1875. While they originally showed mostly floral designs, his cards later became early portrayals of the holiday cards we typically see today. Greeting cards have become the most […]

‘Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster’ on display at the Temecula Valley Museum

TEMECULA – Before network news, cable and satellite TV, before relentless television commercials, before the internet and social media, how did political candidates share their message? During this presidential election season, it is only fitting that the Temecula Valley Museum takes a look back at past elections and introduces its latest traveling exhibit, which features […]

Temecula Valley Museum’s emergency management exhibit recognizes ‘National Preparedness Month’

Temecula Valley Museum’s emergency management exhibit recognizes ‘National Preparedness Month’

TEMECULA – September is National Preparedness month! This month serves as a reminder that we all must take action to prepare for natural and/or man-made disasters that could affect us where we work, live and play. In recognition of this important month, the Temecula Valley Museum will present an exhibit on Emergency Management during the […]

‘The Strange and Unusual History of Temecula’ will be known

‘The Strange and Unusual History of Temecula’ will be known

Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction! Join Dale Garcia, a Temecula Valley Museum docent, as he tells the quirky tales of Temecula’s past Tuesday, June 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library located at 30600 Pauba Road. What was the Temecula Massacre exactly? Is there a Temecula and Godzilla connection? […]

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