Don’t Miss Train Days…

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The Mercury News |by Steven Wayne Yvaska|   Train Days in Los Altos: All aboard for Train Days, Sept. 15-16, at the Los Altos History Museum. The hoopla, celebrating model railroading, is in its landmark 10th year “We’re delighted to celebrate Train Days’ tenth anniversary,” said Kristen Fuller, event chair. “What started as a small, one-time supporting event for a museum exhibition,…

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Heritage Walks Offered by Los Altos History Museum

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Take a stroll through history as Robin Chapman, author of “California Apricots: The Lost Orchards of Silicon Valley,” leads heritage walks through the Los Altos Civic Center Orchard Saturdays, September 8, 15, 22, and 29, at 11:30 am. Hosted by the Los Altos History Museum, the walks are free, and open to all ages. Meet at the back door of…

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Local Artists to Receive Awards for Entries in Los Altos History Museum’s “Paint the Town II”

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LOS ALTOS, CA (July 12, 2018) – When the Los Altos History Museum put out a call for artists to paint local historic homes and landmarks for their exhibition: “Paint the Town II: Echoes of Our Past,” over 50 artists responded, ranging in ages from 9 to 90. An awards ceremony for these artworks, which include paintings, textile and digital art, will…

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Winner Shares Recipe from Apricot Tasting Competition

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LOS ALTOS, CA (July 6, 2018) – Local businesses and individuals took part in an old-fashioned taste-testing competition at the Los Altos History Museum‘s first-ever Apricot STEM Fair on June 24th. The only rule: entries had to be made with apricots. Judging the competition was a roster of Celebrity Judges, with People’s Choice Judges adding their votes in three categories: appetizers, entrees,…

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