The California Los Padres Section of the American Chemical Society
invites you to take a tour of the
California Oil Museum in Santa Paula on Saturday, March 17th.
The tour will be preceded by an optional lunch at Glen Tavern Inn with Museum Director, Jeanne Orcutt.
Lunch begins at 11:30 am.
Museum Tour begins at 1 pm.
The price for the event will be $15 per person or $10 for students including lunch and tour.
$5 for the tour only.
To register go to www.lospadresacs.org and click on “events”.
Please register by March 14, 2012.
The California Oil Museum is located at
1001 E. Main St.
Santa Paula, CA
The Glen Tavern Inn is located at
134 N. Mill Street
Santa Paula, CA
From fossils to “fill ‘er up”, the California Oil Museum tells the story of the black bonanza that created wealth, work, and prosperity for generations of Californians. Operated by the City of Santa Paula Community Services Department, the Museum highlights the inner workings of the state’s black gold industry through interactive displays, videos, working models, games, photographs, restored gas station memorabilia, and an authentic turn-of-the-century cable-tool drilling rig. Visitors can exercise their wits and luck as California wildcatters, see how the Indians used natural oil seeps, watch a miniature drilling rig bore into the earth, and explore the memorable brands of gas bought by early California car drivers. The Lundgren and Bennett Collections of gas station memorabilia are one of the largest displays of vintage gas pumps in California. In addition to the permanent petroleum exhibits, the Museum presents new exhibits of science, transportation, history, and art throughout the year.
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