Tagged: Campbell History

Campbell Avenue History Walk

 
10/21/17
 
Free
 
Blue Line Pizza

For our next Campbell Avenue History Walk, historian and museum staff member, Barney Terrell, will lead a discussion of Campbell Avenue's historic buildings, architecture, and the people who owned these structures.

This event is free and open to anyone...

Ainsley House Spring Exhibition Reception

 
3/4/18
 
Free
 
Ainsley House

Join us for the opening reception of the Ainsley House's exhibit season in downtown Campbell! This free event includes a look at both spring exhibitions: Looking Down/Looking Back and Dressed in Context.

Campbell Avenue History Walk

 
11/18/17
 
Free
 
Blue Line Pizza

Our next Campbell Avenue History Walk will be held on Saturday, November 18th at 10 AM by the walnut tree next to Blue Line Pizza.

Historian and museum staff member Barney Terrell will lead a discussion of Campbell Avenue's...

Campbell Avenue History Walk

 
12/16/17
 
Free
 
Blue Line Pizza

Our fifth history walk will follow Campbell Avenue down a few blocks while explaining the civic and social importance of many of the still-standing buildings, used and built in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The walk will begin with...

Book Club: The McGlincy Killings in Campbell by Tobin Gilman

 
4/24/18
 
Free
 
Recycle Bookstore

Tobin Gilman will be discussing The McGlincy Killings in Campbell, California: An 1896 Unsolved Mystery.

Recycle Book Club meets once a month (sometimes twice) here at Recycle Bookstore to discuss a book-of-the-month, like all book clubs do. The difference...

History Happy Hour: Campbell's Rails w/Mike Kotowski

 
10/21/16
 
$15
 
Ainsley House

October's History Happy Hour at the Ainsley House features Michael F. Kotowski as he takes listeners on a 139-year historic trip from the first train enter Campbell. This lecture will also explore how Campbell got its name, got its fame,...

Campbell Avenue History Walk

 
2/17/18
 
Free
 
Blue Line Pizza

Our first History Walk of 2018 will be held on Saturday, February 17. This walking tour will include a discussion of the historic buildings, businesses, people and history connected to Campbell Avenue. This event is free and open to anyone...