History Happy Hour2016 Upcoming Dates: September 30th: Religion & Extremism Join us on September 30 as we host the Islamic Networks Group for a panel discussion on Religion and Extremism. The ING will bring five panelist from five major religion who will discuss how fundamentalism and extremism is affecting those religious communities.
Registration is now open online or please call:
For more detailed information, please contact Kerry Perkins (408) 866-2718 firstname.lastname@example.org
Event timeline: -- 5:30-6pm: doors open, appetizer and beverages available, Ainsley House open for walk through --6-7pm: speaker presents with time for Q & A inside the Living Room of the Ainsley House. --7-7:30pm: last call for beverages and Ainsley House walk through, clean up.
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Museum Field Trips are open for reservations
The Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House are available for school field trips. Both programs are designed to complement study units for 2nd and 3rd grade.
The Campbell Historical Museum offers a HANDS on HISTORY program invites students to engage in experiential learning as they rotate through four different exhibit stations that will teach them about life 100 years ago and how times have changed.
The Ainsley House, History Detectives brings students on an interactive mystery tour through the Ainsley House as well as allows them to explore different hands on museum activities inside the Carriage House.
Each field trip:
* Runs from 9am -12pm
* Requires a minimum of 4 chaperones (the chaperones engage and lead activities on each field trip)
* Admission is $6/ student (minimum of $120 for 20 students or fewer). Teachers and chaperones are free.
The Campbell Historical Museum is located in the City’s first public building, Firehouse #1. Visitors can explore the City’s rich history through self-guided tours. Changing exhibits use themes of Home Life, Community, Recreation, and Work to provide insight into daily life in the Santa Clara Valley over the past century. Engaging, hands-on features in each exhibit area encourage personal interaction with historical objects in order to better understand life in the region today.
Beautifully restored in an enchanting park-like setting, the English Tudor style architecture of the Ainsley House transports visitors to the bygone era of the 1920s. Built in 1925 as the home of canning pioneer J.C. Ainsley and his wife Alcinda, the home was moved to its present location in 1990. The exquisitely restored 15-room house is largely furnished with items original to the family, recreating the period when the Ainsley House was one of the grand homes of the Santa Clara Valley. The surrounding English gardens provide a refreshing respite for visitors to this unique historic house.