Webpage updated 24 October 2014

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                                                                   Current Exhibit

Bolton Hall

Standing for 100 years and still ROCK SOLID

Learn about the

Tuna Canyon Detention Station

Los Angeles City Cultural Historic Monument #1039

Photo used with the permission of David Scott, the Scott Family and Little Landers Historical Society.

November Program       

Hurry!  See it now!

This exhibit ends on Tuesday, October 21st.


Compare old photographs of various locations around Sunland-Tujunga to the same locations in current times.

The Movies Before Hollywood

Movie-going a century ago


Saturday, November 8th, 2014

1:00 PM

Bolton Hall Museum

The Cemetery Tour

Saturday, October 25th

Text Box: Learn the history of our local cemetery and 
meet a few of the residents…… Like William and Mae Wright.  They owned the shoe store on Sunset Avenue (nowadays, it known as Commerce Avenue).

Did you miss it?

The September program was The Story of Weatherwolde Castle.

It was standing room only!

            Click on the castle and you’ll be linked to the video of the program. 

Many thanks to the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council for recording this program.