Springtime at the Adobe
The Leonis Adobe Museum held its annual Springtime at the Adobe on Saturday, March 24, at the beautiful, Los Angeles, historic, cultural monument. There was a scavenger hunt to collect eggs for the children, fun spring-themed crafts and activities, live music by local musician Craig Newton, and feeding the ranch animals, like sheep, goats, and chickens. Children were also invited to say hello to their Percheron horses, longhorn cattle, turkeys, guinea hens, and doves. While visiting, children and parents alike were invited inside to check out the historical Adobe house, Plummer house, period barn, and blacksmith shop, as well as the beautiful flower and vegetable gardens.
All proceeds for the event benefited the Leonis Adobe Museum’s educational programs that bring history alive for the thousands of children and adults that visit the ranch each year. To find out more about events like these, visit leonisadobemusuem.org.