Skip to comments.SoCal FReeper Picnic--Join JimRob @ Ronald Reagan Library Saturday July 22!
Posted on 07/11/2006 9:51:40 PM PDT by The Spirit Of Allegiance
Jim Robinson and a bunch of FReepers are going Saturday July 22 to the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum in Simi Valley -- Come join us! There is a LOT to see, so if you can, arrive between 10 and noon for a head start. Jim & Crew will probably arrive about noon and we'll have lunch, then most of us will tour as a group in the afternoon.
At NOON, find the tables near the Berlin Wall display--there are tables where we can picnic. Bring Your Own--or bring enough to share! There is covered seating for 100, 1st come 1st served.
Make a crazy FR Badge or nametag! Bring cameras! Bring sunscreen and water. And...you might bring some American flags and signs in case we find a FReeping opportunity, ya never know....
Dinner will be off-site, location to be announced later.
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Visitor Guide to the Reagan Library & Museum
Directions--The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, California 93065 800-410-8354
Frequently Asked Questions
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is open 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. every day of the week, except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
Ages 18-61: $12.00
Ages 62+: $9.00
Ages 11-17: $3.00
Under age 11: Free
Darn. A vacation gets in the way or I'd be there in a New York minute.
What a great place to visit. Been there twice and will do so again soon. Have fun.
I'm so there! DH is gone but DD might go.
.....yes....a great place with tons of historical artifacts plus Air Force One......one thing, since it is summer. If it is crowded, parking can be a bitch since the lot is not that huge and you can end of parking on the winding road up there.....I went in Dec when it was pouring rain and managed to get parking....but there were tons of cars parked up to a 1/2 mile down the hill........Great trip for all though.....I got the chills and teared up just standing at the magnificent grave site.....
Air Force One is there now!
I am there also.
caluvdubya and I hope to go up with onyx from San Diego
Sounds great!! I'll check with the hubby (fellow FREEPER) and make sure we are available. Hope we are. I really would love to do some FREEPER bonding in person :-).
AF1 will be great to see.
Looking forward to this.
You said an SUV, you might need a bus.
I have rented the auto!
They were none available in my price range. Smaller car, but I think cyber ant is going. We'll have others too (I hope).
I don't know how anyone can possibly see everything in a day!
Oh we did in '04! I spent too much time "shopping." I won't this time. (I hope).
BUMP and ping!
O.K. But if they haven't caught that tiger I'm bringing egg salad. If the tiger's history then it's pastrami. Tigers don't like potato salad do they?
The Reagan Museum encompasses 22,000 square feet of exhibit area and contains everything from Ronald Reagan's high school yearbook to a nuclear missile deactivated when the President and Mikhail Gorbachev signed the INF treaty. Our permanent collection of films, videos, objects, artifacts and a world-class line-up of rotating exhibits make the museum a lively, engaging place for children and their families to learn about the 40th President of the United States and his enduring legacy of leadership. Berlin Wall
Hubby and Daughter want to go too. (we can follow in our car)!
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