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Ongoing Events/Exhibits

California Historical Society

Tour the rotating gallery exhibits at the California Historical Society in the Yerba Buena District of downtown San Francisco.

        Current Exhibits Include:

  1. Meanwhile out West: Colonizing California, 1769–1821

  2. Alexander Hamilton: Treasures from the New-York Historical Society

                Gallery entrance is $5, but is free to members and children. Use of their research library is free.

Campbell Museum Foundation

        Current Exhibit:

  1. Canneries to Computers (March – October).

                    This exhibit traces the history of industrial agricultural work and high tech employment.

  1. Dressed in Context (opens March 1 at the Ainsley House)

                    Explores how women's fashion changed between the years 1900-1930, years filled with

                    tremendous social change for women. The changes in fashion reflects the change in women's

                    rights and women's expected roles.

  1. Looking Down and Looking Back (March 1–October 28 at the Ainsley House)

                    Exhibit explores aerial photos past and present. Through comparisons of landscapes over time, as

                    well as freestanding aerial images, it provides insight into Campbell’s growth over the last century.

Hayward Area Historical Society Museum of History and Culture

The Hayward Area Historical Society promotes an understanding of our shared history and the challenges and opportunities of the future by collecting, preserving and interpreting the diverse heritage of the East Bay community.

        Current Exhibits Include:

  1. Your Story

                    The exhibit is made up of stories from community members and archives and includes accounts

                    and reminiscences creating a narrative of our history. Grouped together around common themes of

                    daily life and activity, these stories come together into the exhibit as chapters in a book: Enterprise,

                    Home, Education, Leisure, Infrastructure, Agriculture, and Turning Points.

Pasados del Presidio Events

Join the Presidio Trust for special programs that commemorate the founding of the Presidio and celebrate the people of Early California.

  1. Archaeology Lab Tour in San Francisco Presidio:

  2. Learn about the Presidio's current and past excavations, visit the site of El Presidio, and spend time in the lab where all archaeological processes are carried out.

  3. Every Wednesday

  4. Guided Tours: 1:00pm – 2:00pm; Open Lab Hours: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

  5. Presidio Officers’ Club, 50 Moraga Ave., San Francisco, CA 94129

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  1. Docent-led Presidio Officer’s Club Tour:

  2. Experience the Presidio Officers’ Club with a personal guide!  Join us for knowledgeable and friendly docent-led tours of the heritage exhibitions throughout the historic building. Explore American history from a distinctly West Coast perspective and return often as each docent has a unique story to share. Drop-ins welcome.

  3. Every Saturday 1:00pm – 2:00pm

  4. Presidio Officers’ Club, 50 Moraga Ave., San Francisco, CA 94129

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  1. And More.....

Santa Cruz Warf Tours

  1. Take a free half-hour guided tour of the wharf and learn about marine research, sea lions, red tides, and sustainable energy while viewing wildlife from 1/2 mile out to sea--without leaving shore! Tours leave at 1:00 and at 3:00 from Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf Stage on west side of Santa Cruz Wharf, between Olitas and Marini's, every Saturday until September 30th.

Local Archaeological and Historical Events

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