Sunday, September 10, 2017

Thanks for coming to picnic blanket movie night!

ABOVE: On the lawn of the Heritage Museum of Orange County, the historic Maag farmhouse in the background. The "picnic blanket" movie night was part of the traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibit, "Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America".  Historic Wintersburg's exhibit in the Quilter's Cottage, along with the Smithsonian exhibit, can be seen through September 30.  Check the Heritage Museum website for days and hours,   © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED    

   We'll be publishing more photographs of our movie night at the Heritage Museum of Orange County, but for now, a thank you to all who came to enjoy a late summer night picnic with us!  Special thanks to our stars of "Day of Independence", Academy Award winning actor-director Chris Tashima and star, Derek Mio!

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