CHS Events 2015



Speaker Series: Matthew Easterbrook & Rick Wiley

Thursday June 18, 5:30 p.m. “One Family’s History of Living at Folsom Prison”

2015 Speaker Series Schedule



Cambria Heritage Day

Saturday, June 20, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

As the Cambria Historical Society meets the commitment to keep alive our town’s legacy, our small but dedicated cadre of volunteers has a lot of enjoyment! We now bring you the Annual Heritage Day for some of your favorite old fashioned fun, in the front and back yards of the Museum at the corner of Burton Drive and Center Street. Children’s activities, live music, displays and demonstrations will be yours at no charge, with food and beverages at low prices. Please plan on bringing your family and friends to join in the fun! Stroll the grounds to view craftsmen and women at work, such as Oz Barron and friends weaving. Observe Dick Marshall and Ed Zerbel wood carving, and Mike Davis playing the Native American flute and weaving pine needle baskets. Children are invited to create their own dream catchers. Sample fresh butter which Debbie Soto churns before your very eyes, and you might also catch sight of Bob Soto and his unique ranch specialty. The Rev. Tracy Vining and other neighbors will again bring their horses for “kids” of all ages to ride through the back village. Take a photo with Cambria’s 1937 Dodge fire truck or Jim Jenkins’ and Jay Burbank’s vintage Ford cars, which will be on display. Munch on hot dogs, Jin Loveless' award winning chili, and popcorn, and sip root beer floats or lemonade, as you enjoy the music of returning guest guitarist, Marc Weber. For information, call chairman John Ehlers at 927-3065. The Rev. Theresa Desmond, with husband Alan as the Sheriff, will perform “shotgun weddings,” all in the spirit of fun for the day. Be sure also to visit our exhibits inside, featuring Hearst Castle.

Cambria Heritage Day Flyer