Fall Contemporary Art Exhibition Highlighting Southern California Artists
Join us for a public open reception Friday, September 6 5:30 - 8:30 PM
Anthropocene: Humans and Nature exhibition explores the era of dominant human effect on the Southern California and Tijuana landscape. Art installations at the Bonita Museum and Cultural Center (BMCC) will be on view from Sept. 6 - 28th, 2019. The reception will host exhibiting artists as well as anthropogenic soundings by regional composers including Jeremy Field and Isaac Crow. More about the exhibition
Voice of San Diego article
History of the Sweetwater Valley
New Publication in the Museum
Historic Tales of Bonita
Signed editions by writer Mary E. Oswell
The next student photo contest takes place: November, 2019 through February 1,2020. The selected photos will be acknowledged at the Sweetwater Authority Reception Sweetwater Authority Board Meeting (6 p.m.).
Enjoy reciprocal membership in May 2019!
Become a member and help support free art and history programs in your community!
Mission of the Museum:
The Bonita Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, for public education and enjoyment, the culture, history, arts, crafts, and aesthetic facets of the region, specifically El Rancho de la Nacion in South San Diego County.
The Museum is proud to partner with local schools, homeschool groups, civic organizations, colleges, and businesses to support our community.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Mehl Lawson: Artist in Residence, WR This Cats Smart
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Doug Peterson at Bonita Locksmith
call 619-252-1340, hours: 10-3pm
"Voted Nicest Locksmith in San Diego by the
Bonita Museum Staff"
Bahia Sur Kennel Club - meets 3rd Monday of the month 6:30pm