Monday, March 05, 2007

Placentia, Westminster, Dana Point & more Frederick Eley

The historic Berkenstock House (1913) in Placentia will have an open house on March 10, from Noon to 4pm. (See photo above.) Designed by O.C.'s first architect, Frederick Eley, this 5,684 sq ft home is now up for sale, with an asking price of $2.8 million. The Berkenstock Estate is located at 829 Berkenstock Circle, in Placentia. Meghan Shigo is showing the property.

The City of Westminster is kicking off it's 50th Anniversary celebration with a Founders' Day event on March 16. This is an old tradition that's being revived after more than a decade. That will be followed by a various other special events throughout the years. For more information, visit the city's website.

Tina K. just posted a good photo of the old Hi-way 39 Drive-In Theatre sign at

Now that the Dana Point Historical Society's lease has expired and their Museum has been temporarily closed, they will be "bridging the gap" with an outreach desk at the Chamber of Commerce office. They will also continue their program meetings at the Community House.

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