The past few months have been turbulent for all of us. In keeping with its mission to preserve local history, RSFHS is collecting the written thoughts and insights from local residents about how the Coronavirus Pandemic and subsequent Stay at Home Orders and closures have affected you. Tell us what you have learned to appreciate, such as more time with family, hobbies, and rediscovering a simpler life. Let us know what you miss, perhaps going out to dinner with friends, attending live concerts or sports, or seeing colleagues or fellow students. What you would have done differently? Any wisdom you earned and want to share is appreciated. Submissions from locals of all ages are welcome, and may be used on our website or future newsletters as part of an archived compilation of community experience. Thank you for being a part of Rancho Santa Fe’s history!
Lilian Rice expressed her architectural designs in a variety of Spanish Colonial Revival, Pueblo Revival styles, and her personal interpretation of a Spanish Village. Her art and architectural prowess is what made Rancho Santa Fe the special place for which its known.
Presented By “HISTORIC PLACES”
An educational program that presents historical topics and biographies that convey the significance of the San Diego region in the broader context of California history.
This event benefits the Rancho Santa Fe Historic Society.
- Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club
- SOHO Save Our Heritage Organisation
- Johnson & Johnson Architects
Saturday, August 12, 2017
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club
Wine & light refreshments
$20 members – $25 nonmembers