2021 Annual Membership Meeting

Sunday February 28, 2021

Annual Membership Meeting of the Richmond Museum Association

The 2021 annual meeting of the membership will be held online due to the COVID 19 restrictions.

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Topic: Annual Membership Meeting
Time: Feb 28, 2021 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Spring 2020 MIRROR Newsletter

MIRROR Newsletter

We hope you enjoy this most recent issue of the MIRROR newsletter. Thanks so much for the entire newsletter team for coming together to publish this issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Museum and Ship both remain closed to the public to adhere to the shelter in place order. Thanks to everyone who has stayed home.? California is flattening the curve!

Click here for the Spring 2020 issue of the MIRROR. MIRROR Spring 2020 – FINAL

Virtual Program: Gov. Alvarado Documentary Film

The Richmond Museum of History & Culture is presenting a series of virtual programs through April 2020.

Join us on Zoom: https://4cd.zoom.us/j/825993579

Film Screening
Juan B. Alvarado Governor of Alta California (1836-1842)

An original documentary film by David Anaya about San Pablo’s Most Famous Citizen!

Join us in virtual film screening program of the first bio-documentary on one of early California?s Mexican period Governors,??Juan B. Alvarado (1836-1842).

Juan B. Alvarado (1809-1882) born & raised in Monterey under the Spanish crown, led a federalist revolution to rise to political prominence during the Mexican period. Alvarado married into the well established Castro family of San Pablo/Contra Costa and granted multiple land grants to settlers during his political tenure before retiring in San Pablo as an American citizen. Join us in a special virtual film screening program joined by the director, D.A. Anaya who will be available for a short q&a/discussion after the film.


This film was made possible by a grant from the City of San Pablo Community Foundation grant.

A program in partnership with the?San Pablo Museums & Historical Society

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