Mark your calendars for the next event from Lafayette Historical Society:
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 7 p.m. in the Lafayette Library & Learning Center’s Community Hall
“Water: A Photographic Journey from the San Francisco Bay to the Sources of the Sacramento River”
We all take for granted the ability to open the tap and enjoy water to drink, bathe in, or use around our homes. Overlooked is the impact of the taming of numerous creeks and diversion of flood waters from the Sacramento River in the 20th century toward development of the East Bay and the surrounding communities.
Join Stuart Swiedler, creator of eastbayhillsproject.org, as we board a train, fly in a small plane, and hike in the hills to retell the key events of this period.
This will be the Historical Society’s Annual Meeting —
There will be a short business meeting and
Dessert and Beverages will be served.
$10.00 Donation requested from LHS members – Non-Members $15.00
Kids under 14 are free when accompanied by an adult
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