LIVING HISTORY PAGEANT ON MOUNT LAGUNA SEPT. 2-3

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By Miriam Raftery

August 31, 2017 (Mount Laguna) – The Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association invites you to take a walk back in history to meet and talk with Mount Laguna’s pioneers and residents from the 1880s.  The Living History Pageant on Mount Laguna, a free and family friendly event, will be held this Saturday and Sunday, September 2 and 3. The walks are at 9:30 a.m.,  11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. both days.

Enjoy a pleasant day at 6,000 feet elevation to picnic, hike or take a scenic drive as well as visiting this living history on the mountain.

This second annual event is hosted by the Laguna Mountain Volunteers at their headquarters across from the Laguna Mountain Fire Department, near mile marker 22.5 on Sunrise Highway (County S-1).



Directions:

From San Diego, take I-8 east to exit 47 (one mile east of Pine Valley), then turn left (north) onto Sunrise Highway (S-1) for a 9-mile scenic drive up to mile marker 22.5.  The Laguna Mountain Volunteers are across the road from the Mt. Laguna Fire Department.

From North County, take state route 79 south from the Julian post office for 6 miles, then turn left (south) onto Sunrise Highway (S-10 for a 15-mile scenic drive. .  The Laguna Mountain Volunteers are across the road from the Mt. Laguna Fire Department.


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