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Voices of Old Conejo 1958 Living History Show at Stagecoach Inn Museum
September 26, 2015 @ 4:40 pm - 7:35 pm
Equal parts history lesson and theater, “Voices of Old Conejo 1958” takes audiences down memory lane of the Conejo Valley in the 1950’s. This is an entertaining and educational production airing all new scenes this year. Take a walk back in time to 1958 and meet some of the trailblazers that developed the Conejo Valley into the beautiful place it is to live today.
Before 1958, the Conejo Valley was a small town with under 5,000 inhabitants without a high school, or any major shopping areas. Yet, in just a few years it will become a thriving community. What happened in 1958 that facilitated this change? Get answers about the important events that transformed our community into what it is today.
During your guided tour through the property of the Stagecoach Inn Museum complex you will meet such notable characters as: Plein air artist Florence Pealer, Richard Pederson, who donated the land for CLU, Actor Joel McCrea, Donna Fargo and Belle Holloway, Judith McIntyre, owner of the exclusive gift shop Tatony, the Janss Brothers (Ed and Bill) and veterinarian, Robert Miller. Bring your friends and family! Listen in to the conversation of two ladies lunching at Lupe’s as they discuss the current happenings in 1958 Thousand Oaks. Enjoy watching a group of teenage girls discuss the newest trends and music of the time.
Accessible walkways and minimal stairs. Approx. 90 minutes. Children 8 years or older please. Service animals only
When – September 26 and 27 and October 3 and 4
Times – 4:40, 5, 5:20, 5:40, 6
$15 for CVHS Members; $20 for non-members
Advance Tickets Required: www.stagecoachmuseum.org/calendar/calendar.htm