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Topanga Historical Society Presentation

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Topanga Historical Society Presentation

June 2

“The River Rock Cabin and Cottages of Hondo Canyon”
…and Karen L. Moran’s 75th Birthday Party!

Please make your gift a Membership or Donation to THS.
The guest list is small and will close early.

Speaker: Karen Moran
When: Sunday, June 2, 2024
This Is Not a Potluck: There will be cake, protein bars, coffee, and water. BYO lunch and a pillow or blanket for comfortable seating. No pets!
Where: RSVP for address, rsvp@topangahistoricalsociety.orgMembers only. Our tour of stone houses in Topanga moves to Hondo Canyon, where Cyril and Vera Wood set up a jewelry-design business called “Cyvra Studio” in 1949. Daughter Karen L. Moran wrote Forever Tourmaline (2023) about growing up in the house and cottages on the 13-acre artists community. New owners David Lightman and Saskia DeVries carry on the bohemian spirit in their communal “Tribal Oasis.” Mark Hein is a journalist and local historian.


June 2