Dana Adobe Cultural Center to Host End of Summer Campfire
NIPOMO, CA- Do you relish the taste of S’mores roasted over an open fire? Or how about watching the sun go down as you hear stories about the animals that once lived here? If you do, don’t miss DANA’s family campfires on September 6. Featuring trail hikes, campfire songs, games, and an opportunity to toast marshmallows over an open fire.
Participants will meet at the Dana Adobe Cultural Center in Nipomo at 6:30 PM and activities will start at 7:00 PM. Please wear proper clothing for outdoor activities, bring a chair, and a flashlight. The campfire is free for DANA members or $5 for non-members. For more information, call the DANA office at (805) 929-5679.
End of Summer Campfire
Dates: Friday, September 6, 2019
Hours: 6:30pm, Activities start at 7 PM
Location: The Dana Adobe Cultural Center is located at 671 S. Oak Glen Avenue, Nipomo CA 93444 --- Come down the road to the 4th gate
Admission Fee: $5.00 per person, free for DANA members
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About DANA: The Dana Adobe Cultural Center provides a unique platform to understand life in the California Rancho era and to appreciate and discover our connection with the stories of those who left their footprints on the land throughout time.
The Dana Adobe is the oldest home in San Luis Obispo County and a registered historical site. This video follows the beginnings of the Adobe from its inception over 200 years ago by Captain William Dana to present day. Explore the rich history of this California landmark, as narrated by actress and producer Virginia Madsen.
Find us on the Web: http://www.DanaAdobe.org
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