Pioneer Museum celebrates 2014 Women’s Day
Come see live demonstrations and impersonations of historic women
Priests, cowboys, and farmers weren’t the only brave and interesting people who settled the Paso Robles area. On Saturday, March 29, the Paso Robles Pioneer Museum will share stories of women pioneers and historical females who by their courage, character and commitment built northern San Luis Obispo County.
Admission to the event is free. It runs from 1 to 4 p.m for an afternoon of live demonstrations and impersonations of Phoebe A. Hearst, local optometrist Dr. Myrtle Hedgepeth, Grandma Moses, Madame Paderweski, Eleanor Roosevelt, photographer Birma Still MacLean, and Juliet Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts.
The restored Geneseo School on the Pioneer Museum grounds will also be open. Visitors will get to step-back in time to observe “school in session” at a one-room school house.
The Paso Robles Pioneer Museum is located at 2010 Riverside Ave, next to the fairgrounds.