[News Release] – John Boston, award winning humorist, historian, and writer will launch this historic presentations and music series on April 12th, at high noon at the Rancho Camulos Museum and National Historic Landmark. Winner of a Will Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award, “Mr. Santa Clarita’s” knowledge of local history and unique style will engage and delight you as he relates “The 3,017 Most Interesting, Compelling & Nefarious People in Santa Clarita Valley History”. The $5 suggested donation also includes a docent- led tour.
Reservations are not required but are appreciated. Rancho Camulos is on Highway 126, 2 miles East of Piru and 10 miles west of the I-5 at the Santa Clarita Newhall Ranch Road exit and will be open for tours at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00. See www.ranchocamulos.org for more information about the museum.
John Boston is one of only a handful to be honored with the Will Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award to go with 119 major writing awards. He has been named Best Serious Columnist in California, Los Angeles, the United States and North America, several times. He has been named Best Humorous Writer in California, Los Angeles, the United States and North America, several times. An award-winning author, he is the SCV historian and author of: “Images of America: The Santa Clarita Valley.” For 20 years, he taught an in-depth class on our local history.
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