Open Mic Sizzles! There’s lots of hot music happening on the Joe Fox Auditorium stage every non-flex Friday at Open Mic Night. It costs a mere $2 to come on in, whether you are a performer or a member of the loving audience. Kids can join the fun for FREE, if accompanied by a paid adult. Lots of tasty treats and libations (proper I.D.’s required) are served up at our thrifty Snack Bar. So, Party hardy!
We’ve previously heard about Wyatt Earp’s connection to the Trona area.
Our February meeting will continue the story of the Earps in Southern California.
The story of Wyatt Earp lives on in books, movies, and even a 1950’s television series. The focus has always been on his “lawman” escapades in Tombstone.
The truth is, Wyatt lived there just a little over two years and what is not well known is that the entire family spent most of their time in Southern California, starting when the patriarch of the family, Nicholas Porter Earp, moved the family to San Bernardino by wagon train in 1864.
“The Legendary Earp Clan in Southern California” is the seldom-mentioned story of the family’s many years living in Southern California.
Honors veterans and their service and sacrifices through a free breakfast the third Thursday of every month.