Auburn Parlor Activities May 15 - 22
What follows is an email from the Native Sons of the Golden West, Auburn Parlor #59 – Walter Gray, formerly the Grand Vizer of the Calif. State RR Museum, as well as former Archivist of the State of Calif., will be in Auburn May 23, to deliver a speech re: the Central Pacific Rail Road of Calif.
Admission to this address is open to one and all, dinner costs about $5., drinks $1., no cover charge.
The Native Sons Parlor is at the corner of Court and Commercial, in Old Town Auburn.
Should you plan to attend, a good time to arrive is 6 pm.
Walters speeches are ALWAYS worth the short drive to Auburn, you will find him to be warm, direct, honest and humorous, as well as a ... fine historian.
—G J Chris Graves, NewCastle, Cal.
When the hub bub from Grand Parlor dies down and we get back to normal, our speaker for our dinner meeting on Tuesday May 23rd is none other than Walter Gray, the State Director of Cultural Resources talking about California and the Central Pacific Railroad. Many of us have heard Walter in the past and this is one you won't want to miss. Our lead cook for the evening will be Dennis Heimbichner.
Don't forget that this will be our last speaker until September. Our next dinner meeting will be in Coloma on June 27th.
In Friendship, Loyalty, and Charity
Auburn Parlor #59