PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

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2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

  • 1938 Laguna Beach news clips: FDR visit, Flood 
  • NOVEMBER– Conversation with Arnold Hano
  • Surf's Way Up: Our Surf Musical Heritage, by Matt Quilter
  • History of Downtown Laguna Beach, by Gene Felder and Eric Jessen
  • St. Francis by the Sea Cathedral Chapel, by former Historical Society President Anne Frank and Bishop Percy Wise Clarkson's granddaughter Jessica De Stefano
  • Jahraus Family, by Linda Jahraus
  • New Photos Acquired by the Historical Society presented by Gene Felder and Eric Jessen

2010

2009 and prior

  • 1994 Lifeguard Presentation
  • The History of Main Beach Park 40th Year Anniversary Window-to-the-Sea 
  • Train Robber’s Daughter: The Melodramatic Life of Eva Evans, Laguna actress 
  • Jack Norworth & Song “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Laguna resident 1900 
  • The Legend of Pancho Barnes, notorious Laguna aviatrix in 1930’s
  • History of Saving Laguna Canyon, originally only access to Laguna Beach
  • The 1993 Laguna wildfire, Lessons that Changed our Environment
  • Villa Rockledge, historic coast landmark
  • History of Laguna Art Museum, presented by Janet Blake
  • George Hurrell and Pancho Barnes, presented by Dr. Lou D’Elia
  • The Work of Photographer William Mortensen (introduced colorization to photography and focused the film industry on Laguna Beach), presented by Larry Lytle
  • History of Surfing and the Laguna Connection, presented by Dick Metz
  • Effects of Spanish Colonialism on Takic-Speaking Peoples, presented by Charles Quilter
  • View and Discuss Historic Images from the Tom Pulley Postcard Collection
  • Victoria Beach Tower & Norman House
  • Retrospective of Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts in Laguna Beach
  • Growing Up in Laguna During the Great Depression, presented by Peter Kaye
  • "Peanuts” George Larson, presentedby author Craig Lockwood
  • 1992-MAY, Laguna's Pottery Industries in the 1940s, presented by Pauline Buzan
  • 1992-JANUARY, Life and Career of Madame Modjeska, presented by Ellen Lee