165 years ago,  General Andres Pico and Lt. Colonel John C. Fremont signed the treaty that ended hostilities and brought peace between the American forces and Californios under Mexican Rule. The place: Campo de Cahuenga, in what it now North Hollywood/Studio City. The Campo celebrates this anniversary every year with a Living History event. Witness a re-enactment with actors in costume on the very spot where the historic event happened!

 

Sunday, January 15 2012
1 p.m – 2:30 p.m.
Free event; everyone welcome.

Campo de Cahuenga
3919 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood 91601

For more information, visit:
http://www.campodecahuenga.com/

The Campo also features an award-winning garden and newly-remodeled adobe. Docent tours are available on Saturdays. (Even if you don’t plan to visit, it’s worth checking out the website, which is very well-done and informative.)

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Freelance writer and unrepentant homemaker. Writer of many genres and author of "A Dozen Daisies for Raizy," "Sliding Doors and Other Stories," and "Mazal's Luck Runs Out."

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