Inaugural Museum Program Trains Teen Docents

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By Zoe Morgan, Staff Writer, Los Altos Town Crier Roshni Sudhakar has been fascinated with the past since she had a particularly passionate middle school history teacher, so when she heard about an opportunity to serve as a teenage docent at the Los Altos History Museum, she jumped at the chance. “I thought, a history museum – that’s perfect for…

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15 Best Things to Do in Los Altos, California

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Dream Vacation Magazine, vactionidea.com Los Altos, California features a wide variety of things to do for both visitors and local residents alike. Wine lovers can stop by the Los Altos Tasting Room or the Los Altos Grill, while visitors who prefer to spend their time outdoors can explore the Windy Hill Open Space Preserve or the San Andreas Fault Trail….

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LA’s Oldest Home Serves as Setting For Garden Party

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Los Altos Town Crier,  by Carolyn Snyder The historical Winchester-Merriman House on Edgewood Lane in Los Altos is the perfect backdrop for a special garden party incorporating history and mystery. Enormous oaks, perhaps dating to when the native Ohlones lived in the area, shelter the lush grounds, which will be the site of a June 14 fundraiser for the Los…

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The Thriving Spirit of Food Technology

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Silicon Valley Eats exhibit comes to the Los Altos History Museum Palo Alto Online: By Chrissi Angeles, Photos by Adam Pardee While most think of Silicon Valley as the epicenter of all things tech, the area was nicknamed “The Heart’s Delight” by John Muir in 1912, as he believed it was one of the most agriculturally bountiful regions in the…

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