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SJB Historic Walking Trail dedication and open house planned for April 13

Saturday event starts at 9 a.m. with a dedication of the new map kiosk near the San Juan Bakery patio.
Provided by SJB150 Committee.
San Juan Bautista Celebrates 150 logo. Provided by SJB150 Committee.

This article was contributed by SJB150 Committee, a sub-committee of the San Juan Bautista Strategic Planning Commission, and posted by community member Wanda Guibert.

Join us on Saturday, April 13 to "Celebrate SJB150" at the San Juan Bautista Historic Walking Trail Phase 2 Ribbon Cutting!

  • 9-9:30 a.m. - A half-hour program and dedication of the new map kiosk near San Juan Bakery patio.
  • 9:30 a.m. - Pancake breakfast at the Texas Lodge (and upstairs tour available). $7.00
  • 9:30-11:30 a.m. -  Open houses at Texas Lodge, El Teatro Campesino, Luck Museum, Crane House, Gardella House, and the Native Daughters of the Golden West front garden.

“Guess the number of SJB150 buttons” fundraiser. Buy a ticket for $5 and estimate the number of buttons in a jar. The winner gets a $50 gift certificate to Jardines de San Juan. Winner to be declared at High Noon and posted in the Bakery window.

Throughout 2019, the City of San Juan Bautista is celebrating its 150th anniversary of incorporation with festivities and events.

 

 

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"At San Juan Bautista there lingers more of the atmosphere of the olden time than is to be found in any other place in California." ~Helen Hunt Jackson, author of the book Ramona.

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