The Islamic Networks Group hosts an interfaith panel to discuss religious extremism and how it affects people of faith. The panel will consist of representative from five major religions.
October 21st: Mike Kotowski: Campbell Rails
Council Member Kotoswki is an artist, historian and ferreoequinolist, who will tell Campbell's history as it relates to the history of the railroad. Come ride the rails through our valley's history, All Aboard!
Ainsley House Holiday Happenings
Once again the Ainsley House will be decked out in beautiful Holiday decorations throughout the historical home. The House will offer public tours, a Holiday Boutique, Photos with Santa Claus, Holiday Tea and Tours, and two evening Open House Events.
Important Dates to plan for:
September 1: Reservations for Holiday Tea and Tours open for Museum Members ONLY
◦Admission for Teas: $45/ person
•October 1: Reservations Open for General Public
◦Admission for Teas: $50/person
•November 17-December 18: Ainsley House Open for Public Tours
◦Hours: Thursday-Sunday/ 12-4pm
◦Admission prices: $10 Adults (18-65)/ $8 Seniors (65+)/ $6 (7-17)/ under age 6-Free/ Museum Member Free with coordinating Membership package
•November 17-Decemebr 18: Holiday Boutique open for holiday shopping
◦Open During Public Tour Hours ONLY
•November 26: Photos with Santa◦Information available Oct 1.
•December: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10: Holiday Tea and Tours
◦12pm Tea Time/ Tour to follow
•December 15 & 18: Holiday Evening Open House Events◦Hours: 5:30-8pm
◦Admission $10/ Museum Members, $15/ General Public
For Holiday Tea and Tour Reservations please contact Laura Moore/ firstname.lastname@example.org
*75% of Tea Admission is tax deductible