“Holly Berry Tea” Saturday, December 6 Seatings at 11:00am and 2:30pm “Silver Bell Tea” Sunday, December 7 Seating at 11:30am $50.00 per person VIP seating $35.00 per person General seating Ticket Sales Begin October 6th!
It’s that time of year to renew your registration with the Ralphs Community Contribution Program! Ralphs has committed to giving $2 Million during the next 12 months! Participants are required to register for the new term at www.ralphs.com or by using a scan bar letter at the register starting September 1, 2014. Even if you Read more
Saturday, September 27 2014, 10am to 4pm Heritage Museum of Orange County is excited to participate in Museum Day Live! 2014, hosted by Smithsonian Magazine. This annual nationwide event encourages people to visit a museum of their choice at no cost. Each free admission ticket admits 2 people. Only one free admission ticket is available Read more
It was a weekend of living history at HMOC! An enormous “thank you” to the 400+ people who volunteered, participated, visited, joined in…
“Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble…” Victorian Tea Society is busy brewing tea again at HMOC! Saturday, October 18, 2014 11:30am Seating $22.00 per Adult or Child Tickets are SOLD OUT! Seating is limited and reservations are required. Separate Adult and Child plates will be served. Costumes are encouraged. There will Read more
Join Us for a Special Reception on Wednesday, July 16th at 6:00pm…
WHAT’S IN STORE FOR “JOURNEY STORIES”?
Journey Stories Question: “What is your favorite mode of transportation around town? Do you like to walk, ride bicycles, cruise around town in a car? Tell us how you like to move around on a sunny day in Southern California. Why do you do it?” In honor of Journey Stories coming to Heritage Museum of Read more
Journey Stories, is set to open on October 5, 2014. Journey Stories, is a collaboration between Museum on Main Street and Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and has been made possible in California with support from Exhibit Envoy and the United States Congress. Heritage Museum of OC is one of six California locations selected Read more
Sibyl Victoria Kellogg was born on January 31, 1891 and was the eldest child of Hiram Clay Kellogg and Victoria Schultz Kellogg. Sibyl embraced her artistic talent at a young age and as a teenager was enrolled in the Westlake School for Girls in Los Angeles. At Westlake, Sibyl thrived in theater and poetry. She Read more