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Sunday, August 04, 2002


History Mystery Hunt

Children & their parents search for clues to life in the 1840s, 1870s and 1930s.  Using all senses, children will look, draw, taste and participate in activities from these three historic eras in the history of Rancho Los Cerritos. Sun, August 18. 12:30-4:30 p.m. Free.

Rancho Los Cerritos

4600 Virginia Road


Rancho Los Cerritos will re-open this August after the completion of seismic retrofit and ADA (American with Disabilities) improvements.

From their web site...

Rancho Los Cerritos History

Once part of an early Spanish land grant, the 27,000 acre Rancho Los Cerritos evolved from cattle ranch to sheep ranch to private home before becoming a City museum in 1955. The current 4.7 acre site, a National and State Historic Landmark, includes an 1844 two-story Monterey-Colonial adobe and historic gardens, houses a California History Research Library and hosts many educational programs for families and youth. You are encouraged to visit. The Rancho is closed on Monday, Tuesday and all City holidays.


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