Fall 2022 Message

Greetings Members, Friends, Volunteers and Associates, I hope all of you have had the great summer, that our Society has had! We are thrilled that our open Sundays are again busy. It has been wonderful visiting with our friends and members, who just popped by to say Hi and see…

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Gas Main Ex plosion, 1976. ( Mark Morris )

October 18 General Meeting and Program

The 1976 Explosion That Changed Everything On June 16, 1976, a gas line exploded at the corner of Venice Boulevard and Bagley Avenue. The fire shot up hundreds of feet and dozens of fire trucks were brought in from the city of Los Angeles to help the local Culver City…

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Summer 2022 Message

Hello Members, Friends, and Neighbors, As we enter summer, lots has been going on! In May, the Historical Society accepted a proclamation from the City of Culver City, recognizing Historic Preservation Month and the work we continue to do in our community. We co-hosted our second event with Jim Shanman…

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Red Devil Memories

`As far back as I can remember, July 4 in Culver City was like a Norman Rockwell painting. The streets were lined with patriotic colors, American flags hung proudly from every home, and mouthwatering BBQ smells filled the air. Every year my sisters and I could not wait for Dad…

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July 23 General Program at The Hobbit Houses

Please note that this program will be on Saturday, July 23, 5-7PM. Attendance is limited and pre-registration is required via Eventbrite. Address and parking details will be shared upon registration. Register now Have you ever wondered about the storybook buildings tucked away behind the condo complex on Dunn Drive? Now…

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The Chamber Turned 100 and Honored Community Service

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In early March, the Culver City Chamber of Commerce celebrated its first 100 years of support for local businesses while recognizing its many members and volunteers in the business community, and also installing a new chair. It was a wonderful event that included live music, and it was…
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