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Lake Elsinore Historical Society

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Dedicated to preserving and proclaiming Lake Elsinore Valley's story

About the Historical Society

Founded in 1996, the Society is the curator of local artifacts and historic collections that connect us with the spirited past of the Lake Elsinore Valley. The public is welcome to visit the Society's two museums on Main Street. School and youth organizations are especially welcome.

Meetings

Are you a local history buff? The LEHS welcomes new members.
Monthly meetings are held in the Museum & Research Library
in the basement of the Cultural Center (entrance on West Heald).
Call for updated meeting schedule.

 Museums

The Society curates one museums on Main Street, open to the public. Tours available by prior arrangement. 

Contact the Society

Lake Elsinore Historical Society
Post Office Box 84
Lake Elsinore, CA 92531-0084

Ruth Atkins, President
PH (951) 678-1537

LEHS official Web site

 

 Historic street lights restoration June 2007

Society officers join City Council members in a relighting ceremony for 17 renovated historical street lights along Lakeshore Drive. The project was proposed by the Society and funded by the City. The Society is working on many projects to preserve the best of the past.