The Amador County Historical Society will be hosting a public event at the Amador County Museum, 225 Church St, in Jackson, from 11am to 2pm on June 21st.
This event will celebrate the 160th anniversary of the founding of Amador County and the 65th anniversary of the county museum.
Frank Tortorich, Jr., a well known Amadorian and an expert on the Emigrant Trail, is the featured speaker. His books will be available for sale.
Free mine model tours will be given from 11 to noon and again from 1:15 to 2pm. The museum will be open from 11 to 3pm.
Steak sandwich lunch and the fix'ins, including water/soft drink, will be served from 12 to 12:45 prior to Mr. Tortorich's presentation.
Cost for the event is $15 per person or $10 for new member sign ups or for members who sign up to volunteer on weekends at the museum. This event is open to the public but advance ticket purchase is encouraged.
Tickets are available at the Chamber of Commerce, ACHS office, and at Teresa's Restaurant or they can be reserved here online or calling 209.223.6386