Topics related to Menifee history are shared with the public at 9:30am
on the third Saturday of every other month from September to May
at the Antelope-Menifee Rural Center
31850 Haun Rd. (north of Garbani Road).
MARK YOUR CALENDARS !!
Wednesday, October 3rd. The Menifee Valley Historical Association will be hosting a free “Monuments Poker Run & BBQ” event in the evening. This will be a fun way to visit some of the newly placed historical markers and a chance to win a prize for the best poker hand collected at the five selected monuments.
The Poker Run starts and ends at the Antelope-Menifee Rural Center located on Haun Road just north of Garbani Road. The event concludes with a free BBQ hosted by the Menifee Lions Club where the poker hand winners will be announced.
We get a large gathering of people at our Programs which are held at the
Antelope-Menifee Rural Center.
The Kirkpatrick Family met us at the Kirkpatrick Historical Marker after a Program.
Out in the field looking at bedrock mortars, native plants and ceremonial cupuoles.
Tours available for all ages. Here, the Menifee Valley Boys and Girls Club learns about the Native Americans.
We can come to your community and group meetings and share our rich history. Here children enrolled in the City of Menifee Youth Summer Program learn about early homesteaders.
If you would like information about early settlers and what life was like in the 1800's, contact us for information.