Fiddlers November 6

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. There is sure to be some toe-tapping tunes. Food and drinks are available for purchase and there is always a raffle basket of goodies. Located at 9921 Soda Bay Rd. in Kelseyville.

Fiddlers October 2nd

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. There is sure to be some toe-tapping tunes. Food and drinks are available for purchase and there is always a raffle basket of goodies. Located at 9921 Soda Bay Rd. in Kelseyville.

August 7th Fiddlers

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. There is sure to be some toe-tapping tunes. Food and drinks are available for purchase and there is always a raffle basket of goodies. Located at 9921 Soda Bay Rd. in Kelseyville.

July 3rd Fiddlers

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. There is sure to be some toe-tapping patriotic tunes. Food and drinks are available and there is always a raffle basket of goodies. Located at 9921 Soda Bay Rd. in Kelseyville.

Fiddlers June 5th

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. Food and drinks are available and there is always a raffle basket of goodies. Located at 9921 Soda Bay Rd. in Kelseyville.

Fiddlers May 1st

Free to all. Join us in the red barn at the Ely Stage Stop Museum for the monthly Fiddler’s Jam featuring members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Music starts at noon. Food and drinks are available and there is always a raffle basket of goodies.

Members Only Talk – Anderson Marsh

On Saturday, April 9, Dr. John Parker, LCHS President, will be presenting a talk ‘Anderson Marsh: The Back Story’, plus, a documentary film, ‘A Walk Through Time’. This is a members-only event at which you can join at the door.

Next year is the 40th anniversary of the acquisition of Anderson Marsh and Ranch as a new State Historic Park. With its majestic landscapes, diverse wildlife, and a history spanning 14,000 years, Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is one of the most unique places in all of California. What extraordinary events led to the park’s creation?

Dr. John Parker will present the story of the 6 years of behind-the-scenes work it took to secure the funds to acquire the park; including nominating the area to the National Register of Historic Places, public awareness work, people getting fired, recall campaigns, fines, fraud, arrests, and ‘Devine’ intervention. 
Dr. Parker will also show the Emmy award winning documentary “A Walk Through Time” that presents the history of the Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, and the people who used it.

This is an exclusive, members-only event, however, you are welcome to join on arrival. 

April Fiddlers

On Sunday, April 3, we hope to see you for our next Fiddler’s Jam, an entertaining afternoon provided by members of the Northern California Old Time Fiddler’s Association and guests. Enjoy great music and delicious food such as pie and BBQ, plus beer and wine.

Anderson March

THE LAKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND ELY STAGE STOP MUSEUM

PRESENT

ANDERSON MARSH: THE BACK STORY

Who can attendHistorical Society members only

When: April 9th,  1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Where: The Ely Stage Stop Museum at 9921 Soda Bay Road, just north of Kit’s Corner off HWY 29 between Lower Lake and Kelseyville

DESCRIPTION

Next year is the 40th anniversary of the acquisition of Anderson Marsh and Ranch as a new State Historic Park.

Dr. John Parker will give a talk about the 6 years of behind-the-scenes work it took to secure the funds to acquire the park; including nominating the area to the National Register of Historic Places, public awareness work, people getting fired, recall campaigns, fines, fraud, arrests, and Devine intervention. 

Dr. Parker will also show the Emmy award winning documentary “A Walk Through Time” that presents the history of the Anderson Marsh State Historic Park and the people who used it.

To join the Historical Society ahead of the program, go to http://elystagestop.com/support/ and download, fill out and return the membership form and dues to the address on the form.

Or come to the event and join at the door.