From San Diego to the San Joaquin and Salinas valleys, to the rugged coastlines of Monterey and San Francisco, and inland to Sonoma, El Camino Real traces the path of California’s 21 historic missions. Under the leadership of California’s founding
William Saroyan: Places in Time The Saroyan Theatre is a popular venue for concerts and special programs in downtown Fresno, yet many attendees of events held in the theater may not know the history or significance of the man the
See you soon in Cambria for the annual Harvest Weekend Saturday, Oct 13 and Sunday, Oct. 14! Book signing for our trilogy: An Artist and a Writer Travel Highway 1 North, Central and South and Remembering Our California Missions.
Perspectives on the Architectural History of Fresno’s Public Buildings and Historic Homes: Explore the origins of a selection of Fresno’s award-winning government buildings and historic homes. A number of downtown buildings that once housed prominent Valley residents have been repurposed
New class: Following our Fresno State Global and Continuing Ed class on Perspectives on Fresno's Architectural History focusing on the early days of Fresno and including the skyscrapers of the early 1920s, we are eager to share the extraordinary architecture
Perspectives on Fresno's Architectural History With revitalization in full swing in downtown Fresno, this class will satisfy your curiosity about the movers and shakers who built Fresno’s extraordinary structures. Have you ever wondered at the vision, perhaps, of the T.W.
With commemorating William Saroyan’s birth date of August 31, 1908, his words etched on the tombstone in the Armenian Ararat Cemetery continue to resonate: “In the time of your life, live — so that in that wondrous time you shall
Join Pat and Janice as they discuss the history and origins of a selection of iconic structures in Downtown Fresno, beginning with the train depots, the Fresno Water Tower and select buildings on the former Fulton Mall. The class is being