This Sunday, April 13 from 1-4 p.m., a very special event will take place that promises to be interesting and informative to those who live here.
The Menifee Valley Historical Association is celebrating its 10th year, and is inviting the public to enjoy an afternoon viewing displays that depict images of Menifee's storied past. Historical Association members, which include descendants of pioneer families, will be on hand to share insights about farming life, mining, Menifee's one-room school houses and much more.
The group has assembled an impressive collection of news articles and other interesting materials, including sales brochures advertising Del Webb's Sun City development, the King's Inn Resort, and other early establishments.
The event is free and light refreshments will be served. It all takes place at the Kay Ceniceros Center, corner of Newport Road and Evans Road.
|Pictures like this, of the Menifee Valley looking south down old Highway 395, will be on display Sunday.|