“Forgotten Hollywood”- Historic Landmark to Carry Books!

Posted on November 30, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   I’m grateful about the Dr. Willella Howe Waffle House and Medical Museum’s desire to carry both paperbacks in the Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. The Santa Ana Historical Preservation Society preserves and maintains this iconic facility.

   The museum will start selling copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History and Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History beginning December 1st, as part of their Holiday Open House & Boutique. I’ll be autographing my work at the festivities from 11a – 2p.

   Why not get into the seasonal spirit as you explore the beauty of this home, beautifully decorated for the holidays in Victorian style. Hear favorite carols played on their rare 1870s Weber piano, and sample savory snacks and sweets. Just in time for holiday giving, shop for original art, jewelry, scarves, and more at their vendor boutique. Looking for a perfect present for the history buff in your life? Many books on local history are signed by the author, and their gift shop has a wide choice of stocking stuffers, delightful vintage-style ornaments, and custom-designed cookies. Explore the fabulous buildings of downtown Santa Ana with an expert guide on a Downtown Landmark Architectural Walking Tour at 2:30p.

   The Howe Waffle House, located at 120 Civic Center Dr., is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as a California Historic Point of Interest; and as a landmark building on the City of Santa Ana’s Historic Register.

  

   Why not avoid the Orange County malls and stop by this family-friendly event. I hope to see you there. For more information, click on the link below:

http://www.santaanahistory.com/index.html

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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