This Saturday the Pioneers’ Museum is hosting its biannual Pioneers’ Day at Pioneers’ Park Museum. This family friendly event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and admission is free for all guests.
Ongoing games will be provided throughout the day for all ages, along with a variety of interactive displays and demonstrations, such as butter churning and blacksmith demos.
Live entertainment, food booths, and antique farm equipment will also be present.
In addition to these outdoor activities, the Pioneers Museum will be open for visitors to explore.
The Museum’s previous Pioneer Day event had over 600 visitors, and society members are anticipating an even bigger crowd this year.
Pioneers Museum is located at 373 East Aten Road, across from the Imperial Valley College.
The Museum will also be hosting monthly historical dinner presentations on topics such as The Geology and Geography of the Imperial Valley, Early Land Survey Oddities, and William Franklin Holt. Those interested in history and the Imperial Valley will want to be sure to check out these Friday Night Speaker Programs.
Check back with The Desert Review for more information on upcoming events, or feel free to email the Pioneers’ Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.