By Judy Reynolds
Museum Director, contributing writer 

4th of July at the Tehachapi Museum and Errea House Museum

Tehachapi Museum and Errea House Museum

 

June 25, 2022

Photo provided

Tehachapi Museum.

On July 4, 1973 the Tehachapi Museum first opened its doors to the public. For nine years it was located on the site of the present Chamber of Commerce building. In 1981 the museum moved to its present location at 310 S. Green St., Tehachapi.

Come celebrate the museum's birthday with the Heritage League. Cupcakes and lemonade will be served on the Errea House porch at 1 p.m. on the 4th of July. The Tehachapi Museum and Errea House will be decorated for the 4th of July.

Across the street, visit the Tehachapi Museum to see the latest exhibit, "Our American Flag." The exhibit includes information on the meaning of the flag and the Pledge of Allegiance. The museum will be open on Monday, July 4th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


The Heritage League, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, funded by donations and memberships, was formed in early 1973. The purpose was to preserve the cultural, historic and natural resources of the Tehachapi area; to open and maintain a museum; and to serve as an educational source for individuals, schools and other organizations.

Please support the Tehachapi Heritage League by visiting the museum and Errea House. The Tehachapi Museum is located at 310 S. Green St. and across the street at 311 S. Green St. is the Errea House. For more information phone the museum at (661) 822-8152.


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