Our local Evening Desert series was hosted by Lucerne Valley Museum board Oct 14th, and had a modest audience. But I must say they were very focused on what Don Fife had to offer.
Their next presentation probably will focus on more rock hounding and prospecting topics in January or February, so watch the site for more news.
In the meantime, you can go directly to Lucerne Valley Museum & History Association and sign-up for their email notices so you won’t miss it. All of their events are free and encourage children and student-aged kids to come with their parents.
The public is invited and the programs are free. Find it at Lucerne Valley Community Center next to Pioneer Park.
The busiest month seems to be October. Add a visit to Lucerne Valley on October 14th
— this Saturday — for an insider’s look into mining history with geologist and limestone historian, Don Fife. He grew up in the community when his father was mining here.
Join us at Lucerne Valley Community Center just east of the library on Hwy 247 East, from 3-5 pm when Lucerne Valley Museum and History Association once again hosts its “Evening Desert” series. The presentation is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available. Home schoolers, bring your students!
Have questions or need directions, call 760-248-6777 and leave a message before Saturday.