It is our mission to identify, preserve and promote the historic legacy of the Temecula Valley and to educate the public about its historical significance.
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The Temecula Valley Historical Society's  latest newsletter:    Click here    to view it!
The Murrieta Valley Historical Society's  latest newsletter:    Click here    to view it!
The Society's  next Board meeting via Zoom on Jan 18 at 6:00 p.m.:   ; Click here    to join it.
Programs Schedule
For a listing of other upcoming local events, check the "Calender of Events" in our newsletter.
The Society's  next presentation via Zoom on Jan 31 at 6:00 p.m.:    Click here    to view it.
  Monday, January 31st, at 6:00 p.m.  PLEASE NOTE: This the 5th Monday in January, not the 4th !!!

The Temecula Valley Historical Society invites the public to participate in a Zoom presentation at 6 pm on Monday, January 31 about the Temecula Treaty. This, one of eighteen unratified treaties between the United States and California Native tribes, was signed at a location in the present-day Redhawk area and is commemorated by a plaque on the Wolf Store adobe at the Vail Headquarters.

Dr. Sean Milanovich , a member of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, grew up on the reservation at the eastern base of the San Jacinto Mountains. He holds a Ph.D. in American History, specializing in Native American History, from the University of California Riverside. He wrote his doctoral dissertation on the Treaty of Temecula. Milanovich works with Riverside University Health System-Behavioral Health as a Tribal Community Liaison.
Dr. Sean Milanovich
Any questions can be directed to Rebecca Farnbach at:
January 2022 Events Schedule
Every Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. History Center is Open - NOTE: New fall/winter times!
Every Sunday
4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday Funday - At Sunday Funday the Antique Store is open and you'll find
local vendors, photo ops, kiddie rides and family activities, brunch items at the
Vail Headquarters restaurants, and a DJ to get the party started!
Every Tuesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Farmer’s Market + Antique Store is open, & kiddie rides run
Saturday January 15th 4 to 9 p.m. Thistle and Sage Vegan Market - Vegan food and vendors,.
NOTE: During many events the Antique Store is open and the Kiddie Train & Stagecoach run. Please confirm our week by week schedule on our Facebook page.
Donate to the Historical Society while you shop!
The Temecula Valley Historical Society is now able to receive donations from anyone who shops online at Amazon.
There are no extra charges or fees for you to take advantage of this program.

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 Meetings are held at the Little Temecula History Center located just west of Kohl's, near the intersection of Temecula Parkway and Redhawk Parkway.
 (the Red Implement Barn pictured below)
EARLY BOOM TOWN
TEMECULA
 This 2008 historical society DVD production is available for a $10 donation.

 To order this DVD by mail print out the order form by clicking on the DVD Order Form link (below right) and mail it in.
 DVDs are also available for sale at the monthly historical society meetings.

 Your donation helps fund current and future projects of the Temecula Valley Historical Society.
DVD Order Form   (pdf)
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