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A Decade of Preservation: 10th Anniversary Celebration

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Join us for a party at the future site of the Preservation Resource Center, in the parking lot across from the Ocean Park Branch Library at 2nd Street and Norman Place.

The event will feature docents describing the adjacent landmarks – the Ocean Park Library, the Merle Norman Office and the California Heritage Museum – as well as a self-guided tour of the Third Street Historic Neighborhood District and  an architectural scavenger hunt for families. A blue grass band, Brax Cutchin and the Lazy Roosters, cake, and giveaways will round out the festivities.

The 10th Anniversary Celebration is free and open to all, but RSVPs are requested to help us plan. You can register online, by sending email to, or by leaving a message at (310) 496-3146.

Parking is available in City lots of Main Street – or take advantage of the Big Blue Bus. Lines 1 and 8 stop at Ocean Park and Main.

For more about the Conservancy’s plans to rehabilitate the City’s landmark 1890’s shotgun house as the Preservation Resource Center, click here.

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