CD 12 Annual Community Art Show
Posted by Councilmember Englander on June 09, 2017 at 2:43 PM
This week, my office held our Annual CD12 Community Art Show for an evening of nostalgia with pictures and artifacts that highlight the history of the San Fernando Valley. Our Community Service Center continually rotates our artwork and this year we are lucky to have curated art provided by the Valley Relics Museum.
The Valley Relics Museum collects, preserves, and presents the history of the San Fernando Valley in order to share the stories of those who shaped the region. Their collection includes rare documents, photographs, vintage neon signs, post cards, yearbooks, negatives, clothing, books, art, automobiles, and BMX bicycles from the Valley's past.
A special thank you to Tommy Gelinas, Founder of the Valley Relics Museum, who has made it his personal mission to preserve the Valley's history through artifacts available for the community to view, free of charge. Thank you to everyone who joined us during this special event celebrating the history of the San Fernando Valley and recognizing the 20 years of service John S. Lee has given to our community.
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