Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum



Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum

January 2011

Meet Father Serra

The Father Serra program is a 40 minute program. Father Serra is highly interactive…Father Serra brings the audience into his time and makes the students part of the event. The information is part of the 4th California standards of teaching. The presentation brings to light Father Serra’s journey to the new world. His journey to cross Mexico and how he makes it to California after serving 20 years in Mexico. His personal stories and friendships with the Missionaries, Soldiers and the Native peoples are all brought to light and the Audience is brought along on the Journey. He brings the students into the process of Adobe brick making, the importance of water and the different foods that were prepared and eaten at the Mission.

Meet Father Serra

The Father Serra program is a 40 minute program. Father Serra is highly interactive…Father Serra brings the audience into his time and makes the students part of the event. The information is part of the 4th California standards of teaching. The presentation brings to light Father Serra’s journey to the new world. His journey to cross Mexico and how he makes it to California after serving 20 years in Mexico. His personal stories and friendships with the Missionaries, Soldiers and the Native peoples are all brought to light and the Audience is brought along on the Journey. He brings the students into the process of Adobe brick making, the importance of water and the different foods that were prepared and eaten at the Mission.

Meet Father Serra

The Father Serra program is a 40 minute program. Father Serra is highly interactive…Father Serra brings the audience into his time and makes the students part of the event. The information is part of the 4th California standards of teaching. The presentation brings to light Father Serra’s journey to the new world. His journey to cross Mexico and how he makes it to California after serving 20 years in Mexico. His personal stories and friendships with the Missionaries, Soldiers and the Native peoples are all brought to light and the Audience is brought along on the Journey. He brings the students into the process of Adobe brick making, the importance of water and the different foods that were prepared and eaten at the Mission.

2011 Programming Starts on January 29th

On January 29th join us for our 1st speaker in our 6 speaker series ‘Living, Working and Traveling on the Rancho.’  Joe Lopez will be speaking about “The Vaquero Experience” on the Rancho.

Please click on the Events page for more details and to see the 2011 programming line-up.

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    Guided Tours of the Adobe Museum are Offered (Adobe is only open for guided tours):
    • First Thursday and Friday of Each Month
    • Every Saturday, Sunday, and Wednesday
    • Tours are at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm
    • No Reservations Needed for Parties Under 10
    • Tours del adobe están disponibles en español el segundo domingo de cada mes
    • Adobe tours available in Spanish the 2nd Sunday of each month
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    • Mr. William Barger
    • Mr. Tom Huston
    • Brother Rene Lepage, C.M.F.
    • Mr. Manny Marrero
    • Father Frank Ferrante, C.M.F
    • Mr. John F. Watkins
    Honorary Member
    • Rev. Patrick J. McPolin, C.M.F.

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