March 31, 2015 (Rancho San Diego)--In conjunction with the Spring Garden Festival at Cuyamaca College, the Heritage of the Americas Museum holds a very special drawing each year, the "Five-Choices Dream Drawing." The drawing will take place at the museum on Saturday, April 25, at 2:00 p.m. The prizes represent the four wings of the Museum: Natural History, Archaeology, Anthropology, and Art, ranging from pre-Columbian artifacts to a carved amethyst and quartz swan.
Tickets can be bought in advance or the day of the festival. You don't have to be present to win. The cost of a drawing ticket is $1.00. The Heritage of the Americas Museum is located on the campus of Cuyamaca College in Rancho San Diego. Admission to the museum and parking will be free that day.
Choice 1 - Natural History -Quartz Crystals, Amethyst-winged Swan on Quartz Base, Copper on Manzanita
Choice 2 - Archaeology -2,000 year-old Vessel from Peru, Framed Pre-Columbian Artifacts
Choice 3 - Anthropology -Pima Basket, Arizona, c. 1940 – made of willow and devil’s claw, Plains Indians Hide Scraper, c. 1920, Sunface Dancer Kachina, Chippewa Canoe
Choice 4 - Art -“Paired Cranes in Lotus Pond” painting by Diana Kam
Choice 5 - $50.00 Gift Certificate for the Museum Store
Your ticket goes in the bin for the prizes you choose, so you only win what you want. Come to the museum to see the prizes. You can also see photographs of the prizes on the museum's web site.
Proceeds from the drawing will support the nonprofit museum’s educational programs that benefit over 5,000 school children each year from throughout San Diego County.