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    History in Action Speaker Series at the Stagecoach Inn Museum

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    1:00pm: History in Action Speaker Series at the Stagecoach Inn Museum
    When: Tue, 9 May, 1pm – 3pm
    Where: 51 S Ventu Park Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, USA (map)
    Description: https://www.conejovalleyguide.com/community-message-boards/#!/general:history-in-action-speaker-s_1

    History in Action Speaker Series

    Sunday, March 12th 1-3pm Wyatt McCrea

    Wyatt will be taking us on the journey of his grandfather Joel McCrea being both an active Cowboy and an active actor during the Golden Age of Movies with Cowboys and Action. Wyatt McCrea is known for Floating Horses: The Life of Casey Tibbs (2017), Gen’s Guiltless Gourmet (2009) and Sod and Stubble.

    The Conejo Recreation and Park District has operated the McCrea Ranch since 1995, but as part of the agreement, Wyatt McCrea continues to live on the property — his home for the past 30 years. His father, David, was the middle son of Joel McCrea and Dee. Joel McCrea, who was in 95 movies including “The Oklahoman” and “Fort Massacre,” died in 1990. His wife, who has 57 credits, died in 2004.

    Limited Seating. Reserve you seat ahead of time for guaranteed seating or just show up and take a chance. Ticket Price: $10 for CVHS members, $15 for non-members-special series pricing available. Speaker Series #3: Wyatt McCrea Cowboys & Action — Stagecoach Inn Museum

    Saddle up and sit back for an entertaining and information afternoon. Sunday, March 12th 1-3pm Wyatt McCrea.

    Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Rd., Newbury Park

    805.498.9441 www.stagecoachinnmuseum.com

    Sunday, April 16th 1-3pm Connie Korenstein

    Connie will be taking us on an amazing journey of Victorian What We Wore: Fashion Memoirs of a Pioneer Woman

    In a “living history” presentation, Connie Korenstein appears as Annette Petit Laurent. the first of her family to come to California with her pioneer husband Martin in the 1870s. Today, the house they built still stands in downtown Oxnard’s Heritage Square. Annette shares both personal and historic anecdotes and memories of her life as an early settler from France to Pennsylvania and finally Ventura County through fashions of the day, from the 1850’s through 1913.

    A PowerPoint presentation displays outfits that Annette might have worn at milestone events in her lifetime and important events in local and national history. In addition to “living history”, this presentation also includes a live fashion show of Victorian and Edwardian fashions.

    Be prepared to be dazzled and awestruck by her fascinating presentation.

    Limited Seating. Reserve you seat ahead of time for guaranteed seating or just show up and take a chance. Ticket Price: $10 for CVHS members, $15 for non-members-special series pricing available.

    Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Rd., Newbury Park

    805.498.9441 www.stagecoachinnmuseum.com

    Sunday, May 7th 1-3pm Pam Elyea

    Pam will be taking us on an amazing journey of Recycling History for Movies and Television.

    Ever wonder how movies get those incredible historic looks that set the scene for historical accuracy? You will be privy to insider information on the details and research that go into making us feel that we are living in that time period.

    Be prepared to be dazzled and awestruck by her fascinating presentation.

    Limited Seating. Reserve you seat ahead of time for guaranteed seating or just show up and take a chance. Ticket Price: $10 for CVHS members, $15 for non-members-special series pricing available.

     

    Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Rd., Newbury Park

    805.498.9441 www.stagecoachinnmuseum.com


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