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CHSC annual picnic  Jjkno-@aol.com
 May 20, 2004 15:11 PDT 


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       Plans are under way for the July picnic of the Culinary Historians of
Southern California at the historic El Molino Viejo in San Marino. Originally
built as part of the San Gabriel Mission around 1816 to grind grain for
residents of the region, the mill became a fashionable home about four decades
later, when Col. E.J.C. Kewen and his wife, Fannie, became the owners. They
converted it into a proper residence that became a social mecca between 1860 and
1880.
       The CHSC picnic will be in the style of one of the Kewen parties, with
food and music that blend influences of Spain and Mexico in mid-19th century
California with that of the "new immigrants" from the South and Midwest. We
will picnic in the shady garden and patios in the cool of the evening on Sunday,
July 11, from 5-8 p.m. The address is 1120 Old Mill Road, San Marino.
.   This is an early notice to save the date and also to invite anyone who is
interested in helping with the event to notify co-chairs Fran Garbaccio
(fgarb-@aol.com ) or Jackie Knowles (jjkno-@aol.com).


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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><HTML><FONT SIZE=2 PTSIZE=10>       Plans are under way for the July picnic of the Culinary Historians of Southern California at the historic El Molino Viejo in San Marino. Originally built as part of the San Gabriel Mission around 1816 to grind grain for residents of the region, the mill became a fashionable home about four decades later, when Col. E.J.C. Kewen and his wife, Fannie, became the owners. They converted it into a proper residence that became a social mecca between 1860 and 1880. <BR>
       The CHSC picnic will be in the style of one of the Kewen parties, with food and music that blend influences of Spain and Mexico in mid-19th century California with that of the "new immigrants" from the South and Midwest. We will picnic in the shady garden and patios in the cool of the evening on Sunday, July 11, from 5-8 p.m. The address is 1120 Old Mill Road, San Marino.  <BR>
.   This is an early notice to save the date and also to invite anyone who is interested in helping with the event to notify co-chairs Fran Garbaccio (fgarb-@aol.com ) or Jackie Knowles (jjkno-@aol.com).<BR>
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