Lucerne Valley California, as the Crossroads of the High Desert, has a rich history in mining, agriculture, Native American culture, and ranching.
It offers an Oudoor Museum of early mining and farming implements as well as a small indoor collection.
Congratulations Lucerne Valley High School Graduating Class of 2020
Participating in one of the only in person graduations in California. Seniors were greeted by their real life mascot, a mustang presenting the flag with FFA and ridden by a graduate, under white fluffy clouds on a beautiful desert moring.
Each graduate received their diploma, a rose, and gift bag containing a picture frame, a forever rose, a plush graduation bear, a class of 2020 key chain, 3 types of candy, and a congratulations card.
Thank you to our doners, S.S. Hert Trucking, His Garden Flowers, Jubilee Mutual Water company inc., Chuck Bell, Paul & Ruth Smith, Jackson Mileur, and Shannon Dunkle.
To show our appreciation for a future history...
The Lucerne Valley Museum is working hard to create gift bags for all the local seioner graduates.
The bags will include several keepsake items for the class of 2020.
But we don't want all the credit... if you, your business, or town organization would like to be included in this historic graduation, the helps is always welcome.
The museum is accepting donations for these gift bags, for your $20-$70 donations you or your organization will be included on the graduates congratulations card and have the pride in knowing you supported
THE LUCERNE VALLEY GRADUATING CLASS OF 2020 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳
to make a donation
1) Mail- P.O. Box 1762. Lucerne Valley Ca, 92356 * be sure to note that the donation is for the class of 2020
2) Website- https://www.lucernevalleymuseum.org/donate
All donations for the month of may will go to the class of 2020
3) Facebook pay, send your donation directly to the museum via fb messenger
4) please reach out if any of these options are not options for you.
The Lucerne Valley Museum was originally a satellite of the San Bernardino County Museum. We received our charter on May 8, 1965, under the leadership of President Frances Hanken. Years following, Orville Greene was elected president on June 15, 1983. Meetings were moved to the LV Community Center i...
The Lucerne Valley Museum is Celebrating the Class Of 2020
March 27th @ 6pm at the Lucerne Valley Moose Lodge
Open today 3/7/2020 from 10 till 2... stop by and check it out
THE MUSEUM IS OPEN TODAY AND EVERY FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH... 10-2.
So last night we did it!!!
We announced the calendar for the year, the goals. and our new Volunteer Membership.
Had a blast gave out some cash and prizes had some teddy's go home with fosters, even gave out some scratchers.
Thank you all who attended
For those of you who missed the fun... here's some of what you missed.
Tonight is the night
Museum social 630
Come check out what we have planned this year.
Enjoy FREE coffee and cocoa
Raffle for prizes like, a year membership, giftcards, and more...
Learn about our new volunteer level membership, help support the new resources room project, its your history lets build a home for it
All proceeds from this event will go toward the completion and opening of the museum's newest building our resources room that will house all of the historical resources we have in a organized, searchable system to be use for may generations to come.
Picture, newspapers, written accounts of events in the valley, desert grape vines, and many other references material to shed a light on what life was like in our little valley from the beginning tell now.
We can't do it without you... come join the fun
Lucerne Valley Moose Lodge 630https://facebook.com/events/s/hot-cocoa-coffee/127912801721349/?ti=cl
Big Bear Valley Historical Museum
Jonni Vindiola, Curator of the Big Bear Valley History Museum, will be presenting at the Big Bear Valley Historical Society’s February general meeting. Her topic is entitled, “The Lure of the Pines.” She will look at the mysteries of the first people to inhabit the San Bernardino Mountains: the Serranos or “Yuhaviatam,” which means “people of the pines” in their native language. Come discover what made the Big Bear Valley special to these first people, how they adapted and flourished, and the incredible story of what ultimately drove them away.
The general meeting will be held on Thursday, February 13, at 7:00 pm at the Bridges Presbyterian Church: 579 Knickerbocker Rd., Big Bear Lake.
Refreshments will be served and there will be an Opportunity Drawing. All the proceeds will go to the Big Bear Museum.
Museum is open... sun is shining... come down and check it out
This year we are doing something new... a weekly challenge to help bring history alive to you, help remember ways things are done, connect yourself with the way your forefathers did things, expand your prospective you never know you may learn something new...
Working hard to get ready for Frontier Day 10-3 Oct 5th...MUSEUM WILL BE OPEN
See you all at frontier days this Saturday 10-3
MUSEUM WILL BE OPEN
The long awaited book about our local history is now here. Currently you can buy one at the LV Market and Amazon.com. The price is $19.99. It's jam packed with local history, of course, photos, family stories, and points of interest, and lots of characters. Title-- Lucerne Valley: a Wild West Town of Character(s).
Soon more merchants around town will be selling the books, so watch here for more info.
33187 Old Woman Springs Rd
Lucerne Valley, CA
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