Angels Camp, CA – September 27, 2021 – After a year without lectures due to the pandemic, The Angels Camp Museum Foundation is kicking off its 2021-22 lecture series (proper COVID Guidelines will be followed.) The Foundation’s Lecture Series is a labour of love between the foundation and museum historians. The series starts in October 2021 and runs through April 2022 occurring monthly on the first Sunday of each month from 2:00-3:00 pm (no January lecture.)
All lectures are held in the Angels Camp Museum Carriage House with a $10 admission fee. This season’s series features:
Although the Old Timers Museum in Murphy's had to close recently, the museum’s extensive collection has found a new home in Angels Camp. Over the course of several months, Old Timers Museum board members and other volunteers spent many hours photographing, cataloguing and carefully packing the museum’s artifacts for transport to the Angels Camp Museum. Many items are now on display in the carriage house, and additional artifacts not currently displayed are stored on shelves, with textiles, photographs and documents safely tucked away in acid-free boxes. (Read more here)
Angels Camp Museum Foundation offers free access to new Instagram audio story of Andrew Galliardo, an 1850’s Gold Miner
September 2020 - Angels Camp Museum Foundation offers free access to new Instagram audio story of Andrew Galliardo, an 1850’s Gold Miner - Just in Time for Back to School (Or Not): Discover what Life was really like during California’s Gold Rush
Native son Martin Huberty returns to Calaveras County to take over the Calaveras Visitors Bureau and becomes the new Angels Camp Museum Director. One of the Pandemic’s few positive unintended consequences was the co-location of the CVB with the Angels Camp Museum grounds from its original old town Angels Camp location. One of the first places people go when visiting the area is the Visitor’s Bureau and with the museum right there -it makes it the perfect first stop to kick off a tour of the Gold Country and the Sierra foothills.
The Angels Camp Museum Foundation in collaboration with the staff and historians at the Angels Camp Museum is announcing the launch of a self-guided audio tour bringing the history of the California Gold Rush to life as visitors explore the museum’s three-acre campus. The official launch is timed to coincide with the museum’s April 11 Living History Day where the Carpentry, Printing and Weaving artisan exhibits will all be staffed by docents in period costume and demonstrating their crafts.
LEE STETSON AS “THE SPIRIT OF JOHN MUIR” AT THE ANGELS CAMP MUSEUM FOUNDATION’S OCTOBER 14 SUNDAY LECTURE
Sunday, October 14, 2018. 2:00-3:00 pm
Angels Camp, CA– The Angels Camp Museum Foundation will feature Lee Stetson who brilliantly portrays John Muir, America’s foremost naturalist and conservationist at their October 14 Lecture. Lee has been bringing his portrayal of John Muir to Yosemite audiences since 1983 and his Muir presentations have toured worldwide. His presentations begin as Lee Stetson but reportedly, by the end of the lecture you swear you are witnessing John Muir in person!
Docents throughout the home will share the history of the times and the mines
May 21, 2018
Angels Camp, CA – May 21, 2018 – The Angels Camp Museum Foundation will be hosting a special dinner event September 8, 2018 to benefit the Angels Camp Museum Foundation Lecture Series. Thanks to the current owner and resident, Tad Folendorf, the Utica Mansion will once again be open to the public for tours, complete with a history of the home followed by a delicious dinner catered by Pickle Patch on the Utica Mansion grounds.