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Tuna Canyon Detention Station Traveling Exhibit

Only the Oaks Remain commemorates the history of the Tuna Canyon Detention Station. The exhibition features many items that serve to illuminate a largely untold story that goes beyond the more widely-known story of the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans. A highlight is an Honor Wall that bears each detainee’s name.

 

Only the Oaks Remain is organized by the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising public awareness about the site’s history (at the former Verdugo Hills Golf Course). It is working to develop a permanent Tuna Canyon Detention Station Memorial, which will include a plaque and educational posts installed along a walking path lined with mature oak trees, to further educate future generations.

 

This project was organized by the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition; funded, in part, by a grant from the US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program; and sponsored by the San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center.

ONLY THE OAKS REMAIN Traveling Exhibit will be at

Bolton Hall Museum July 9th through August 6th, 2017.

 

 

Opening Ceremony — The Public is Invited

Sunday, July 9th, 2017 at 6:00 PM

Bolton Hall Museum on the North Lawn in Little Landers Park

Parking for the Opening Ceremony available uphill at the Elks Lodge

 

If you will attend the Opening Ceremony,

please RSVP to Bolton Hall Museum by Friday, June 30th

 Phone: (818) 352-3420  or  E-mail: LittleLanders@verizon.net

 

 

Regular Museum Hours

 

Every Sunday and Tuesday — 1:00 to 4:00 PM

 

Extended hours for this special exhibit

 

Four Thursdays: July 13th, 20th, 27th and August 3rd, 2017

6:00 to 8:00 PM

 

Bolton Hall Museum

10110 Commerce Avenue in Tujunga

Corner of Commerce Avenue and Valmont Street

Street Parking

 

Free Admission — Suggested donation $3 per person