WALNUT CREEK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Shadelands Ranch Museum at The Walnut Creek Historical Society is a Walnut Creek treasure. Constructed in the Colonial Revival style, this is the only historical home in Walnut Creek that is open to the public. Hiram Penniman, one of Walnut Creek's early settlers, and his wife, Carrie, completed the home in 1903. Much of the furniture and household items on display in the museum belonged to the Penniman family.
If you love history and would like to help preserve and pass on the fascinating story of the Penniman family and of Shadelands please consider becoming a house docent. Leading tours is both fun and rewarding; training is provided. Volunteers are invited to an annual wine and cheese reception, to a special holiday champagne tea, and are entitled to free tours for themselves and their guests.
If you are interested, please send an e-mail to email@example.com; visit our website at wchistory.org or call 925-935-7871.
12:45 PM to 04:15 PM
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About WALNUT CREEK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
2660 YGNACIO VALLEY RD, WALNUT CREEK, CA 94598, US
The mission of the Walnut Creek Historical Society is to preserve, promote, and interpret the significant changes and events in the local area to enable our community its past, present and future by providing community involvement and developing community spirit.
We believe that preserving the history of Walnut Creek and sharing it with our current and future citizens is extremely important. Through the efforts of our Society, we believe the culture of our community will be enriched and a method of passing on our heritage for future generations will be established with a supporting framework.