Preserving and sharing the history of the Coachella valley
Coachella valley historical society, INC.
Thank you to our 2018
Hadley Date Gardens | WD Young Palm Trees
Lowe's | David Macias Music
City of Indio | Forest Lawn
Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau
Enchanted Memories | Tacos Gonzalez
Grind House | Byshayrizzo
Connie Cowan | Donna Rose | Glenn Miller
X.I.L. Productions | Heritage Palms Country Club
Starbucks - Indio, Monroe & HWY 111
Annual Membership Meeting
January 26, 2019
Living History Festival
Saturday, March 16, 2019
Old Fashioned Christmas
December 13, 2018
LA KATRINA: The ultimate symbol of the Day of The Dead! The museum boutique has an extensive selection of both paper mache and porcelain sculptures. The lovely ladies depicted are $20 each. (2 photos)
JESUS CRUZ, JR. CARRYING BAG: Premier Southern California printmaker Jesus Cruz Jr. prints and signs each individual bag on both sides. His contemporary black and white linoleum cuts are highly collected. The Pioneer Hall exhibition space will display his original linocuts throughout November and December. Artist signed bags are $30 each.
Dia de los Muertos
Saturday, November 3, 2018
SAVE THE DATE for the 6th Annual Dia de los Muertos Fundraiser and Celebration at the Coachella Valley History Museum! !
Tickets and tables will go on sale in July 2019!
The CVHM Campus is a unique and historical sight capable of hosting events from the most intimate of gatherings to a business retreat to a gala where each of your guests will leave with a memorable experience!
Grounds available for your use include:
More information coming soon!
Refreshments will be served!
RSVP to Janice@cvhm.org or call 760.342.6651
Exhibit: Women Behaving Badly for Good
Now through December 2019
December 7, 8, 14, 15, 2018
Black History Celebration
Saturday, February 16, 2019
Often Women have had to fight or go against the social norms of the day to dream the impossible, and, through their grit, they have made extraordinary things happen. This exhibit is devoted to the women who have braved the heat and dust in the forlorn desert outpost of the Coachella Valley region of California right up to the women of today who continue to brave the unknown in their pursuit of a better life for all who live here. These are the women who work hard to do good things. These are the women we honor.
Exhibit Now Open in the Smiley-Tyler House.