Saturday, February 25, 2012

North OC Heritage Festival & Conference

March 15, Thu.- 1 PM-8 PM
At the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton, CA 92833

Everyone Welcome!!!

$20/person to conference (including meals) /$30 for festival booth/ Free to attend festival

Contact: 866-411-1212 Ticket Line for more info, registration or booth space

Sponsors: Orange County Community Foundation, Fullerton Arboretum, Fullerton Heritage, Carol Hasenberg Exhibits, Hispanic Genealogical Society

Conference Schedule:

1 PM Introductions

1:30 PM Roundtable Discussion on Cooperative Marketing Strategies -Zoot

3:30 PM PANEL: Volunteers, Members & Board Recruitment-

5 PM Dinner

6:30-9 PM Heritage Festival- Free to Public- “Come Find Your Heritage” (heritage groups have booths with information on their programs). Rancho era dancers and musicians will be performing.

From 1 PM- 5 PM Heritage groups from all over the region will converge and attend a planning session on a joint region-wide event that will be marketed all over the area and cross-promote these agencies; as well as a panel discussion on volunteer, member and board recruitment techniques that have been successful. At 5 PM a networking dinner will be provided to all attendees of the conference.

At 6:30 PM all groups will work their booths in our first Heritage Festival. History buffs of all ages can come and find out what resources exist in the community such as historic homes, museums, parks, and resources to document your own family history or find the history of your house or neighborhood. We will have entertainment with historic dances and music from our Rancho past, food vendors, a kids area and gallery and historic house tours of the Muck.

1 comment:

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