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Tehachapi Museum and Errea House featuring Pez dispensers and displays of pottery

On First Friday in January the Tehachapi Museum will feature several continuing exhibits from 5 to 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The Community Case features a display of the pottery of Mata...

 

Tehachapi Museum and Errea House features Christmas Sale and new exhibits

In December, the Tehachapi Heritage League's Errea House Museum will continue its "Christmas Around the World" celebration. Each year the museum features Christmas customs and traditional foods from...

 

The artistry of Jim Yurk at the Tehachapi Museum Exhibit and sale of fine pottery on First Friday

The newest exhibit at the Tehachapi Museum features the unique handmade pottery of Jim Yurk. Since his death in 2012, Jim's wife has searched for a home for the hundreds of objects he had completed be...

 

Kids Day at the Tehachapi Museum

The Tehachapi Heritage League presents Kids Day "History is Fun" on Saturday, Sept. 22. There will be many hands-on activities and demonstrations. Kids can try making a quilt square, an origami...

 

Special evening Twilight Tour of Tomo Kahni village site on Sept. 22

Visit Tomo Kahni State Historic Park and see the sun set as the full moon rises. Walk the paths where the Kawaiisu lived and enjoy the beauty of the village site nestled in the mountains of Sand...

 

Asian Collectibles to be featured at the Tehachapi Museum for August First Friday

On Aug. 3 the Tehachapi Museum will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. for the First Friday Art Walk. Along with other downtown venues, the Museum will be offering appetizers, desserts and champagne for...

 

July First Friday at the Tehachapi Museum featuring Victorian cabinet cards

On July 6, the Tehachapi Museum will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. for the First Friday Art Walk. Along with other downtown venues, the Museum will be offering appetizers, desserts and champagne for...

 

June First Friday at the Tehachapi Museum: Victorian 'Cabinet Cards' to be on display for Father's Day

On June 1, the Tehachapi Museum will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. for the First Friday Art Walk. Along with other downtown venues, the Museum and will be offering appetizers, desserts, and champagne for g...

 

Kawaiisu language event, May 20

Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear Luther Girado, the last fluent-speaking Kawaiisu Indian man, tell stories and engage in discussion in Nüwa, the language of the Tehachapi Indian people. In...

 

New at the Tehachapi Museum: Telegraph insulators, porcelain boxes and Anthony family exhibits

For April 6 First Friday Art Walk, the Tehachapi Museum will feature several new exhibits. The Museum is open from 5 to 8 pm for First Friday and also offers appetizers, desserts, and champagne for gu...

 

Last chance to see the Romance of Lace, a Valentine's Exhibit at the Tehachapi Museum

An exhibit of vintage Valentines will remain on view through March for First Friday at the Tehachapi Museum. Two other special exhibits will also remain through March, in case you haven't had a...

 

The Romance of Lace, a Valentine's Exhibit at the Tehachapi Museum

This month, many lacy cards will change hands to celebrate Valentine's Day. To celebrate, an exhibit of vintage Valentines will be on view February 2 for First Friday at the Tehachapi Museum. Another...

 

Special exhibit for the Holidays at the Tehachapi Museum - Kunigunde

Through the holidays, a new exhibit at the Tehachapi Museum features a carved wooden figure, on loan from Zanya Biviano. It is in the style of the German Baroque era, indicated by the softness of the...

 

First Friday in Downtown Tehachapi 5-8 p.m., December 1

Christmas Around the World at the Errea House Museum featuring Germany Christmas Around the World this year at the Errea House will be featuring German decorations and holiday traditions. Two...

 

Basques find a home in Tehachapi

Research for this article includes information from the book, "Basques to Bakersfield", by Mary Paquette, published in 1982 by the Kern County Historical Society and original materials in the...

 

Basque Dinner at the Errea House Museum, Aug. 26

On August 26, dine outdoors in front of the historic Errea House and enjoy an authentic Basque dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. Begin with a glass of Picon punch, a typical Basque drink accompanied by Basque...

 

'Art on the menu' at the Tehachapi Museum

A collection of some of the most beautiful and expensive menus ever produced in America will be on display this summer at the Tehachapi Museum, beginning June 2. Tehachapi resident Gene Stirm created...

 

Tehachapi celebrates Earth Day on April 22 and Marches for Science

Join the March for Science in Downtown Tehachapi, stating at 10 a.m. on the west side of Marx Park, near Wells Education Center. There will be some signs supporting science provided or you may make...

 

History is Fun! Kids' Day, Sept. 12

The Tehachapi Heritage League presents "Kids' Day – History is Fun!" on Saturday Sept. 12 from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Tehachapi Museum and Errea House Museum (310 S. Green Street). Kids attending can...

 

Summer Stroll around Downtown gives a glimpse into the past - July 11

On Saturday, July 11 have an early dinner in Downtown Tehachapi then join the Tehachapi Heritage League for a stroll through history. Meet at 6 p.m. at the Tehachapi Depot for a short presentation on...

 

Main Street Farmers Market is here

The Main Street Farmers Market at Railroad Park, on Tehachapi Blvd, runs from 4 to 7 pm on Thursdays throughout the summer, ending August 13. Farmers and local growers will again be the focus, with...

 

Farmers Market and Chili Cookoff

Plans are underway for the Main Street Farmers Market, to be held at Railroad Park, to begin on June 5 and running for twelve weeks, until Aug. 14. Farmers and local growers will again be the focus,...

 

Baskets of Refugia Williams

New exhibit of Williams family baskets at the Milano Gallery Opening on First Friday (April 4), a new exhibit at the museum will feature four baskets made by Refugia Williams. The four baskets...

 

How the Kawaiisu Depended on Local Plants

On Saturday March 22, Jon Hammond will talk on "Native Plants in Native Culture: How the Kawaiisu Used the Flora of the Tehachapi Mountains for Food, Fiber and Medicine" at the Tehachapi Depot at 6...

 

New Exhibit at Tehachapi Museum

For March First Friday the Tehachapi Museum will open a new exhibit on the Fickert Family in its Tehachapi Families Case. Two other recent exhibits will continue. Dr. Terry Warsaw's collection of...

 

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