Please join us on Saturday, April 21st, for the Historical Society’s Annual Meeting & New Exhibit, “Rusticating in Carmel Valley: 1870s–1940s,” a story of the resorts, ranches and camps of the time period and the activities (wild & otherwise) that enticed people “to take in the rural environment.”
Tularcitos 3rd Graders visit the History Center The Carmel River Watershed Conservancy sponsored this visit by the Tularcitos School 3rd graders and some parents on March 9th. Afterwards they were treated with a tour of the old San Clemente dam site. What's New in the...
Gary Breschini Gary Breschini & Trudy Haversat to present Archeology & Prehistoryof theMonterey Peninsula Area Thursday, October 26, 7:00 pm. Free Admission October is Archeology Month and, for the fourth year, the Carmel Valley Historical Society will host...
This year's Party in the Village was enjoyed by all. A dinner by Jerome's Market and no-host bar by the Kiwanis was followed by dancing to music by Mike Beck & the Bohemian Saints. A silent auction complemented the event with enthusiastic bidders hoping to take...
Traveling Exhibit at the Carmel Valley Branch Library Traveling Exhibit at the Carmel Valley Branch Library In April 2017, the Historical Society celebrated its 30th Anniversary by hosting a party at the History Center where over 100 residents helped celebrate the...