In conjunction with the current exhibit “What’s In a Name, Tracing Our Valley’s Early Families”, the Museum of the San Ramon Valley will host special presentations every Saturday morning at 10:30 am. Featured guests will talk with visitors about the Valley’s colorful history, discussing the portraits and items on display in the Museum.
March 9: Roxie Wiedemann Lindsay as Mary Wiedemann will talk about her family and Wiedemann Ranch.
March 16: Betty Humburg Dunlap will discuss her family – the Stones and the Humburgs.
March 23: Betty Casey will represent Rose Peters and the Portuguese Americans who settled in the Valley.
March 30: Sonya Borlandelli will speak as Mary Cox Baldwin, grandmother of Congressman John F. Baldwin, Jr.
Museum of the San Ramon Valley
205 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526