LOS POBLADORES 200 – 30th ANNIVERSARY PARTY
Come join us for the 30th Anniversary of the founding of our organization
When – Saturday October 15, 2011
Where – The Meadows Mobile Park Club House - 14851 Jeffrey Road – Irvine, CA 92618
Time – 12:00 noon until 4:00 PM
Cost – $20.00 per person in advance, $25.00 at the door
We will be entertained by YESTERYEARS DANCERS. Come join the fun as we learn the dances our ancestors once danced. They will do a few dances then, invite all to join them
Enjoy a nice Mexican Lunch, fellowship with your cousins, bring pictures or memorabilia.
Make your check payable to LOS POBLADORES 200 and mail to:
Maria G Benitez at 14851 Jeffrey Road, Space 24, Irvine CA 92618
To RSVP call 949-653-1088 or email [email protected]
For advance purchase please purchase by October 8, 2011
Click to print Invitation: LOS POBLADORES 200 Anniversary Party Invitation
California State Parks and The Friends of Pio Pico present FIESTA de PIO PICO at Pio Pico State Historic Park
Saturday, November 5, 2011
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Pio Pico State Historic Park
6003 Pioneer Blvd.
Whittier, CA 90606
Join us for a celebration of Hispanic heritage and the history of the Californios.
Historical Displays and Activities
Local Family History and Genealogy Information**
Don Pio Pico himself (portrayed by Roberto Garza)
Admission is FREE!
Onsite parking is limited. Free parking and shuttle provided from:
A Mi Hacienda Restaurant – Whittier Blvd. in Pico Rivera
Guirado Park – Whittier
Uptown Senior Center – Whittier
Thank you to Southern California Edison, Supervisor Don Knabe and the City of Whittier for their support of this educational and cultural program.
** Download an application here to participate in the local family history portion of our event.
Join us tomorrow, September 15, 2011 from 6:00pm until 10:00pm for EL GRITO at Olvera Street to celebrate the 16th of September. Admission free. There will be Music and Dancers.
The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana is having a MISSION and RANCHO LIFE Display. For information regarding dates, time, and price call the Bowers Museum at 714-567-3600.
¡VIVA LA FIESTA! It was a beautiful morning for Los Pobladores as they participated in the 87th year of Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara. It was also the 225th anniversary of the Santa Barbara Mission. The Los Pobladores enjoyed coming together in as a family with many decendants, we take pride in our Ancestors who came before us and were honored to be asked to participate in this beautiful exciting parade.
Attending were officers, family and friends: President: Maria G Benitez, Vice President: Paul V Guzman, Secretary: Jeri Onopa Garcia,Treasurer: Irene S Hastings, Friends and members Charlie and Gail Sepulveda. There were many attendents on the parade path that greeted everyone with excitement and pride to know there was history with all participants. We were even greeted by a kind resident amazed at all the wonderful horses and colorful riders. The Fiesta Historical Parade is one of the largest equestrian …
City of Los Angeles 230th Birthday Celebration
September 3, 2011 Event Schedule
Come join our Annual March from Mission San Gabriel to Olvera Street. On September 4, 1781 the 11 families and 4 Soldiers and their families set out from Mission San Gabriel and walked the 9 miles to what today is known as Olvera Street. At 6:00 am the Priest blessed them and sent them out to found what has become known today as the City of Los Angeles. Since September of 1981 the descendants of those who founded the City have held their Annual Commorative March. We begin at 6:00 am at Mission San Gabriel then walk to Union Station, where at 9:30 am we will gather together and then march across the street to Olvera Street. After a brief program at approximately 11:30 am we will have a brunch at El Paseo Mexican Restaurant. Cost will be $15.00, plus …
September 3, 2011
Historic Event at Our Lady of The Angels Cathedral
The Board of Directors of the Queen of Angels Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received permission from the Los Angeles Archdiocese and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels to sponsor a grand Marian Procession, votive Mass and reception following the Mass in honor of Our Lady of the Angels, at the Cathedral that bears her name, on September 3, 2011.
This will celebrate the birthday of Los Angeles on September 4, 1781 and the ultimate foundation of the Archdiocese, which recognizes September 4th as the feast day for Our Lady of the Angels as the Protectress of the Archdiocese and the City it serves.
Members of lay Catholic orders are requested to participate in full regalia (robes, uniforms, etc.), as a grand European-style procession is planned, with a processional crucifix and statue of Our Lady, banners, flags …
Walk Facts for 2010
Los Angeles will be celebrating its 229th Birthday on Saturday, September 4st 2010
Here are some details for this event.
directions to Mission San Gabriel, Take 10 Fwy. toward San Gabriel. Exit on New Ave(north).Turn left at stop then Right on New Ave. When approaching fork in road, take right fork, name changes to Ramona, continue traveling north about 3/4 miles to Mission 428 South Mission Drive San Gabriel, California 91776-1299
Mission Tel. (626) 457-3035
Arrive at San Gabriel Mission at 6:00am. This will give you enough time to sign-in, listen to any announcements and depart approx. 6:30.You may leave your car in the San Gabriel Mission lot. When you are ready to return from Los Angeles, you can take one of the shuttle busses provided or you may take an RTD bus. Check bus schedules before hand as route # may have changed. Walk south on Alameda Street and take the first …
Skullduggery Still Dominates In Discovery To Unanswered Questions To A Forgotton Downtown Los Angeles Gravesite.
By. Alfred “Ed Moch” Cota & Robert E. Smith
In what was first reported by construction workers as a simple discovery of human bone fragments and artifacts scattered in a lot that once was part of a larger Historic Cemetary that existed in The Los Angeles El Pueblo Historic District in October of 2010, the additional later discovery of full body remains and coffins changed the site to a rare historic find which waxed back to the days when The Great City of Los Angeles was a simple Pueblo and Native American Village. In what may be the find of the decade, this gravesite poses more questions than answeres as to why and how such a discovery was overlooked for so many decades, and for recent construction personnel and staff to playdown and userp political control over …