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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Event: Los Encinos Living History Day - May 20

Los Encinos Living History Day

Sunday, May 20, 20071:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Music, blacksmith, children's activities from 1870s Southern California.

Location: Los Encinos State Historic Park [Map]

From the web site...

Los Encinos State Historic Park, at the corner of Balboa and Ventura Blvd., in Encino California, was, until the late 19th Century, the hub of human habitation in the Southern San Fernando Valley.

This five acre park is blessed with a natural spring, the water of which was reputed to be so sweet that animals would come for miles to drink from it. Because of the ready source of water, Indians of the tribe now called the "Gabrielino", "Fernandeno" or "Tongva" lived at the site of the park for hundreds, and perhaps thousands of years.

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