HAPPENINGS FOR THE FRIENDS OF HERITAGE SQUARE IN 2016
Speaker Series at Heritage Square:
Tuesday, April 12th 5:30PM
Connie Korenstein presents: "The Port of Hueneme: A Father and Son Legacy": This presentation tells the story
of the Port of Hueneme and Ventura County, beginning with the early pioneer Thomas Bard, who later became
the first US Senator from the county. The story includes events in US, California and the World, as they affected
the development of our local community. Central to this story are two men, a father and son, whose dreams for
a thriving port in the sleepy little town of Hueneme were realized, despite opposition, controversy and World
War. Finally we look at the Port of Hueneme today and reflect on how it serves the community now as compared
to its beginnings in 1872. FREE for members, $5 for non-members. 731 South A Street, Oxnard, CA 93030, in
the Heritage Hall.
We are looking for additional Speakers on the topic of Ventura County and specifically Oxnard histories and
stories. If you are interested in becoming a guest speaker for the 2016 season, please email
2nd Tuesday of the month at the Heritage Hall, 731 South A Street, Oxnard 93030.
We Want YOU! Volunteer:
Ongoing: Tours, Teas and Historical Presentations, call 805.483.7960 ext 3
Our SPRING TEA is right around the corner....
Tea Time Stories brought to you by docent, Connie Korenstein. Enjoy an afternoon outdoors
in the Heritage Square Plaza for Mother's Day weekend. Selection of tea sandwiches, scones,
pastries and desserts available (No special dietary needs, please). Assigned seating, tables
seat 6 and 8 (Fill your own table - Contact us for details), smaller parties will be combined.
$40 per person and $20 for children.
Only a few spots left for the Marketplace, vendors please contact Heather 805.483.7960.
Tea Reservations: This event sells out so make your reservations early!