Inaugural Historical Symposium – From the Colony to CrtCity: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Downtown Anaheim

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Date(s) - Nov 4, 2016
11:00 am - 2:30 pm

MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center

The Orange Section of APA California is pleased to present its inaugural historical symposium. Focusing on Downtown Anaheim, the inaugural symposium will explore the history of the built environment in the area. Beginning with the founding of the Anaheim Colony, through the redevelopment of the commercial core and ending with a discussion on the City’s recent and future revitalization efforts, our select panel of historians and experts will guide us through the past and help us understand how CtrCity Anaheim is flourishing once again in Orange County.  The program includes a guided historic walking tour of Downtown Anaheim.  Located within the Anaheim Colony Historic District, Downtown contains several notable points of interest including the Packing District, Center Street Promenade and the MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center.

Sponsored by City of Anaheim

Hosted by MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center



Steven A. Preston, FAICP, APA California Chapter Historian



Jane Newell – Heritage Services Manager, City of Anaheim

Phyllis Mueller _ Former Neighborhood Development Coordinator, City of Anaheim

Elisa Stipkovich – Former Community Development Director, City of Anaheim

John Woodhead VI – Community * Economic Development Director, City of Anaheim



Register and pay securely on-line via our website:

Pay the day of the event by cash or personal/company check.

COST: $15.00 (Students); $25.00 (APA Members); $35.00 (Non-Members) Lunch included

Approved for CM | 3.0 credits. For additional information about this program, please contact the Section’s Historian, Gustavo Gonzalez, AICP, at (510) 414-2820 or at  [email protected].com.