To preserve & promote the history of Roseville
Kids at the Carnegie - Roseville Historical Society's newest program - getting children involved in history! The inaugural event will be held on Saturday, December 1 from 10am - noon. We will take a look at what holidays were like in years past, have a story time, do some arts/crafts, and more!
Suggested ages 5 - 10
Space is limited, RSVP is needed.
Please note - parents must stay for duration of event.
A $3 donation per child is requested on day of event.
The Roseville Historical Society has a mission to preserve and promote the history of Roseville, California. We occupy the Carnegie Library Museum at 557 Lincoln Street in Roseville and are open to the public from noon to 4 pm Monday through Saturday. Admission is free. We maintain displays on local railroad history including a model train display and a collection with vintage model trains. We also have displays of military artifacts, musical instruments, kitchen appliances, medical instruments and tools. Books on local history can also be purchased at the Carnegie Museum or from our website.
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