The Society provides a variety of educational programs and community events for a wide range of audiences. Programs include lectures, guided tours, special events, workshops, advocacy events, and collaborative activities. Our mission is to link history to contemporary culture and provide a rich variety of interesting, informative, and engaging activities.
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IN CELEBRATION OF
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LA JOLLA HISTORICAL SOCIETY,
THE RE-OPENING OF WISTERIA COTTAGE, AND
THE OPENING OF THE INAUGURAL EXHIBITION
CLIMATE CHANGE: MIDCENTURY MODERN LA JOLLA
Saturday, May 3, 2014
from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
780 PROSPECT STREET, LA JOLLA
PLEASE RSVP NO LATER THAN APRIL 21, 2014
ENTERTAINMENT BY EUPHORIA BRASS BAND
WILLIS ALLEN REAL ESTATE
HILL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Every spring, the La Jolla Historical Society extends a rare invitation to the public to stroll behind the garden gates of some of La Jolla’s loveliest, secluded gardens, normally concealed from view by strategic growth of mature trees, vines or foliage.
The La Jolla Historical Society hosts a week-long summer camp to introduce Middle and High School students to the principles of architecture and its role in the building of the community. This program, designed by architects and educators, combines guided tours with hands-on drawing, modeling, and computer workshops to explore the breadth of architectural styles represented in La Jolla.