Meetings are held on the last Sunday in January, and then the first Sundays of April, June, October, and December (we are dark in the summer).
Meetings of the Riverside Historical Society are from 12:30 to 1:30. at the Riverside Medical Clinic in the downstairs conference room.
7117 Brockton Avenue
Riverside CA 92506
We have a social hour (bring your own lunch) from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm then a short meeting, followed by a presentation about some aspect of local history.
Questions? Please e-mail us at email@example.com
January 26, 2020:
"The Historic Vail Ranch: A Place Worth Saving". (Rebecca Farnbach)
Rebecca Farnbach, Past President of the Temecula Valley Historical Society and founding member of the Vail Ranch Restoration Association will give a presentation about the saving of the historic Vail Ranch, turning it from a rundown eyesore to a thriving marketplace and community gathering area. Questions will be answered about why the property and buildings are important and what it took to save an rehabilitate the property.
Rebecca is the author of "Dancing With Prayers in My Feet", and coauthor of six Images of America books about Temecula, Murrieta and Fallbrook.
April 5, 2020: To be announced.
Riverside Chinatown Circa 1903-1911
Orange Crate Label Circa 1930-1935
Riverside Avenue Circa 1915
North Corner of 7th (University) and Main Street