Have you ever wanted to know how Downtown San Luis Obispo City Streets got their names? Want to know the Secrets of San Luis Obispo? Don't miss this amazing luncheon featuring SLO
County Historian Dan Krieger.
Dan Krieger is a longtime resident of San Luis Obispo. In 1971 he joined the faculty at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California in the History Department. He is a NEH Fellow of the Newberry Library in state, regional, and family history. For the past 24 years he has authored a weekly column on local history for the San Luis Obispo County Tribune.
Dr. Krieger is a published author, including Looking Backward into the Middle Kingdom: An Illustrated History of San Luis Obispo County (Windsor, 1988, REV) and co-author of War Comes to the Middle Kingdom: A History of the Central Coast, 1940 - 1943. Dr. Krieger recently completed a modern history of Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa. Krieger has served in a wide variety of California professional and governmental offices and currently Dr. Krieger serves as Chair of the Centennial Committee for California, California Polytechnic State University.
He is the immediate past-president of the California Mission Studies Association (2006-2012) and is the author of the forthcoming Chronicles of San Luis Obispo (History Press, 2015) based on a collection of his favorite columns from Times Past. Dan serves as the volunteer curator and chair of the Museum Committee at Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Luncheon cost is $17 and can be paid for in advance by clicking her: Brown Paper Tickets.
Please note that you MUST have a lunch reservation by February 23rd for this event. All those with a reservation may pay in advance using the above link or at the door.
Donations for The Women's Shelter this month are full sized shampoo, conditioner, soap and body wash. Everything donated is greatly appreciated by both North County and SLO Women's Shelters. Thank you!