Present - June 2017
First Things First:
Astounding First Facts You Never Knew About Riverside’s Past
We say it all the time:“There is a first time for everything.” Towns and cities everywhere have their sources of pride, as well as embarrassment; stories that make you laugh and those that make you cry. Riverside is no different.
All of the stories in First Things First are local. Some of them are known to a few, but will generally be new to most people, even longtime residents. Did you know that hometown hero John Tortes “Chief” Meyers played in four World Series, hometown diva Marcia Craft was a European Opera star or that Riverside’s first African-American Policeman served in the 1880s - 1890s.
Unique to these stories is that they happened in Riverside first. Small stories. Big stories. Important stories. Not so important stories. There really is something to interest everyone —from sports, to culture, to murder, to stories best told around a camp fire.
3580 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 826-5273
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8193 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92504
Open Sept (1st weekend after labor day) to June.
***PLEASE NOTE*** Heritage House will be closed for summer early this year starting June 18, 2018. The house will reopen on its normal date on September 7, 2018.
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|Friday - Sunday||Open at 12:00 pm -
Last Tour at 3:15 pm
|Closed Major Holidays|
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