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California Heritage Paint/Sculpt-Out
Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The Malibu/Ventura Chapter teams up with the Los Angeles Chapter to paint the grounds of Rancho Camulos’ complex of restored buildings, fountains, and gardens. This event will take place on November 19, 2022 from 10am to 2pm. We welcome you to bring your family to enjoy a picnic lunch on the grounds and stay for an artist review of the paintings after the program.
History of Rancho Camulos
Rancho Camulos was purchased by Ygnacio Del Valle in 1853. The rancho was originally a Tataviam Indian village formerly known as Kamulus. Many Tataviam Indians remained at Rancho Camulos, residing there and even working on the grounds. By Ygnacio’s death in 1880, the ranch had grown to about 1,290 acres of citrus trees, vineyards, almonds, grains, and up to 200 residents.
Today, the Rancho Camulos Museum, a 40-acre National Historic Landmark, sits within the 1,800 acre working ranch known as the Camulos Ranch Company. The grounds feature:
- 13-Room Adobe Home
- Quaint Roman Catholic Chapel
- Bell Structure
- Old Schoolhouse
- Flower Gardens and Ornamental Trees
Date & Time: Saturday, November 19; 10:00am to 2:00pm
Parking: Free Parking
Cost: $10 entrance fee to the Rancho
R.S.V.P: Call 626-583-9009 or email email@example.com