• December: Victory Lap for the Year!I - Lots of great activities Saving Yesterday For Tomorrow.
    • 3rd graders across Livermore learn history using the Guild-assisted curriculum
    • Those third graders also got visits from our HistoryMobile, and interpretive tours of historic downtown
    • The Duarte Garage celebrated its Centennial, welcomed the public each month, and hosted groups from classic cars to the DAR and Lincoln Highway Association.
    • The Garage crew made great strides in restoring the historic shop area
    • Our fund-raising auction, Yard Sale, and an Estate sale raised over $20,000 to support Guild programs
    • The History Center greeted over 2000 visitors, archived new photos and artifacts
    • Our research library is organized and cataloged
    • Many more hisotoric documents are available on the Guild's computers
    • A cast of historic Livermore characters starred in a murder mystery and the Livermores were seen parading about town
    • The Hagemann Ranch project, in its first year, has started preservation, restoration, maintenance, and supporting three other non-profits on the site!
  • Start Thinking About the Auction - yes, I know it isn't until May, but are you doing a little cleaning as the new year hits?



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  • DIGITIZED HISTORIC NEWSPAPERS- Did you know that historic Livermore papers are available on the net? Go to the CDNC Website and search by title for Livermore Journal or Livermore Herald. Thanks to L-AGS and DAR for contributing to this work!
    The Guild's Board of Directors
    meets monthly on the 2nd Wednesday
    at the Carnegie Building.
    7-9 p.m. and open to the public.

    Open to visitors 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the "old" Lincoln Highway, Portola Ave. at L St. in Livermore.

    Click HERE to download a PDF copy
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    for a menu of previous newsletters.


The mission of the Livermore Heritage Guild is to ensure awareness and protection of
Livermore's rich heritage through public advocacy and by collecting, preserving,
interpreting and sharing historic resources for the education and enjoyment of all.

Museum: 2155 Third ST., Livermore, CA 94550

Mail: PO Box 961, Livermore, CA 94551
(925) 449-9927

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