City of Lakeport, California

Know Lake County: A Walk Through Time: The Story of Anderson Marsh
7/15/2017, starts 2:00 PM

LAKEPORT—The Lake County Library’s Know Lake County lecture on July 15 at 2:00 p.m. will feature the Emmy-winning film A Walk Through Time: The Story of Anderson Marsh a short documentary which won a Northern California Emmy on June 3. The free program will be presented at the county library’s Lakeport branch at 1425 N. High Street. For more information call 263-8817.

Archaeologist Dr. John Parker will introduce A Walk Through Time in which Koi nation members and local archaeologists and historians tell the history of the Anderson Marsh area where humans have lived for about 14,000 years. Dino Beltran, the Koi tribal administrator and treasurer, also produced and narrated the film. Beltran, accompanied by other members of the production team,  accepted the Emmy in the Historic/Cultural-Program/Special category at the ceremonies in San Francisco.

Anderson Marsh State Historic Park includes some of California’s richest ancient archaeological sites, the Anderson family’s 19th century ranch house, a nature preserve, and hiking and boating trails. The AMSHP is located in Lower Lake at the junction of Highway 53 and Anderson Ranch Parkway

                Know Lake County delves into many facets of Lake County, including human history, natural history, outdoor recreation, science, performing arts and programs for children. The family-friendly programs are designed to inform and entertain Lake County residents about Lake County. Some programs cover interesting lore about the county and others cover the work that community organizations perform.

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For More Information: Lake County Library Website

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4/28/2018: Community Cleanup Day


5/1/2018: City Council Meeting


5/2/2018: Gen X Cinema: The Neverending Story


5/5/2018: Lake Co. Land Trust: Art & Nature Day


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