The Pacific Crest Trail:
Exploring America’s Wilderness Trail
Includes a tour of the 1891 Heritage House with Period furnishings, the Christian R. Harris Memorial Hall, the First Jail in San Bernardino, and the Historical Society Library.
FREE OF CHARGE
All programs are held on the first Thursday of each month unless otherwise noted at 7:00 P.M. inside the Christian R. Harris Memorial Hall which is located next to the Heritage House at the corner of 8th and D Streets in San Bernardino. They are open to the public free of charge, so bring a friend!
James “Tumbleweed” Strohm and Chuck “Rhino” Jolola will present Searching For Gold. During this “hands on” program, our presenters will discuss various prospecting techniques as well as how and where you can find gold. They will also talk about treasure hunting and looking for fossils.
Phil Yeh will talk about the history of “Cartoonists Across America & The World”, which he founded in 1985 to promote literacy, the arts, and creativity using humor and comics. While traveling throughout the world his band of artists have painted more than 1800 murals in 49 states in the U.S. as well as more than a dozen countries working with some of the most talented artists on the planet. He will conclude his program by telling the story of San Bernardino in a big way-- 100-foot murals covering the walls of the Original McDonald's Museum at 14th and E streets.