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    The History and Story of Lake Merritt: a Free Virtual Program

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    Date(s) - 10/20/2022
    11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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    The History and Story of Lake Merritt: a Free Virtual Program

    The Museum of the San Ramon Valley is excited to offer The History and Story of Lake Merritt this unique and interesting free virtual program on October 20 at 11:30

    Lake Merritt is a major landmark in the city of Oakland. Surround by a Cathedral, a children’s fairyland, housing and not to mention runners, bikers and, picnickers it is a busy and vibrant place. What do we really know about the lake? Is it manmade? If so who did it and why? Why is it called Lake Merritt? Has it always played such a central role in the city of Oakland? These and many other interesting and entertaining stories will be told.

    Noted Oakland historian and award winning author Dennis Evanosky will tell the interesting story of Lake Merritt.

    To attend this free online presentation please visit our website at  museumsrv.org and go to the Events section or call 925 837-3750.

    The Museum of the San Ramon Valley is located at 205 Railroad Ave Danville CA 94526. The museum is open Tuesday- Friday 1-4 Saturday 10 to 1 and Sunday 12 to 3.

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