"HIDDEN IN PLAIN SITES" TOUR - THE MUSEUM OF THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY
"If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development."
Aristotle - founder of the first museum in the western world.
THE "HIDDEN IN PLAIN SITES" TOUR with JERRY FECHT and RICHARD HILTON
On Saturday May 9, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. the Museum of the San Fernando Valley is conducting a special North Hollywood Historic Walking Tour. (See details below)
The first 20 people to sign up for the May 9th tour, will receive a complimentary pass to the 5th Annual Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast being held that morning at Fire Station #86 down the street at
4305 Vineland, just north of the 101 Freeway.
So, have a great breakfast and walk it off in North Hollywood!
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is dedicated to revealing the historic and artistic riches we travel past everyday and may never realize are there. To paraphrase Aristotle: “Knowing where we came from and how we got where we are, serves to inform us in creating a better future.”
Join us in discovering this rich neighborhood!
DATE: Saturday, May 9, 2009
TIME: 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
MEET: North Hollywood Park
(Tujunga Ave. at Magnolia Blvd. - Amelia Earhart Statue)
LENGTH: 2.5 hours
PARKING: On-street (Tujunga Ave. or Magnolia Blvd.)
If you planning on joining us, please email us at: NoHoTours@aol.com.
Tell us you are coming and how many in your party. Walk-ups accepted.
For further information, call: (818) 909-4729
Thank you to the Universal City/North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for your support.