Come one, come all! If you are interested in the local history of Hemet including the whole San Jacinto Valley………….you will enjoy our “Hemet Museum Open House and Rededication Celebration Saturday, Oct 11th from 11 to 3 pm. Click on the flyer below to find out what interesting things we have planned!
Hemet Museum Open HouseSaturday Oct. 11, ll a.m. to 3 p.m.
Free admission - Donations Accepted
Demonstrations. Talks. Music.
Light refreshments. Many new exhibits in the past two years and
a new look to the interior.
Click here for Hemet Museum Antique Show and Tell March 1, 2013 flyer (1)
Hemet Museum Antique Show & Tell Event
Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Hemet Library upstairs, 300 E. Latham Ave, Hemet
Cost: Participants $10.00 for 1st item, $5.00 for 2nd item.
Observers welcome – Donations accepted
Expert appraisers, Chuck Schoenknecht and Ward Paul, will appraise your antiques
(artwork, china, jewelry, small furniture, glassware, etc.) and entertain you too!
Please do not bring firearms, stamps or coins!
Drop off a maximum of 2 items at the Hemet Library between 9:00 am and 11:30 am
March 1st to give them time to appraise your treasures. Participants will be
given a receipt which will be matched up to their item.
Opportunity Drawing for 3 antiques donated by Chuck & Ward – $1.00 a ticket, 6 for $5.00
Thomas Kinkade prints of the Historic Hemet Santa Fe Train Depot available for purchase
Refreshments will be served!
Proceeds will go to support the mission of the Hemet Museum www.hemetmuseum.com :
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For information on the event, contact Diane Boss at (951) 634-4952 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Have an appraisal question? Email email@example.com
LOCAL AVIATION HISTORY IS MUSEUM
The Hemet Heritage Foundation is pleased to host “100 Years of Aviation in the San Jacinto Valley”, our program this coming Monday evening, 7 pm., in the Library (Rm. 117) of Diamond Valley Middle School, 291 W. Chambers St., Hemet. Veteran flyer Ken Graff is sure to elevate your appreciation of the auspicious role of people, pilots, airplanes, airports and agencies in our rich valley history. Put on yer helmets and flying goggles for this one – it’s gonna be good! Vroom!!