Help Preserve
Old California:
Become a Rancho Camulos Docent
Volunteer!
To All Friends of the Rancho Camulos Museum:



Learn about:

-how you can become involved as a volunteer or docent at
Rancho Camulos

-docent led tours for families and school children

-our own local Californio Rancho history

-the 1853 adobe, chapel, winery, grounds and gardens

-the del Valle family and their impact on California
development

-Helen Hunt Jackson and her visit to Camulos in 1882 and
writing of “Ramona”

-the Rübel family and their efforts to preserve Rancho
Camulos

-how Rancho Camulos became a National Historic Landmark
(1 of 135 in California)


If you are interested in attending the Orientation session or
would

like additional information please contact:

i
nfo@ranchocamulos.org

Training sessions are in the Schoolhouse at the Rancho
Camulos Museum, Piru CA
Rancho Camulos Museum
A Non-Profit California Corporation

We are a 501(c)3 organization.  
Donations made to Rancho Camulos
Museum
are tax-deductible.

For further information
about Rancho Camulos
write to:

Rancho Camulos Museum
P O Box 308
Piru CA 93040

or call
805-521-1501
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Rancho Camulos Museum
Home of Ramona
Our Docent Photo Album
Ramona Days 2008
All Rights Reserved 2009
Rancho Camulos Museum
Hillary Wiereter, G. Vasquez and
Della Reyes join Ventura County
3rd District Supervisor,
Kathy Long in promoting the
history, myth and romance of Old
California during Piru's RailFest
celebration.

Festivals and Special Events are
just a few of the outreach
programs Rancho Camulos
Docents participate in.
Fillmore Rotary Club and
Rancho Camulos  
Garden Day
2009
communities of the Heritage Valley including
Rancho Camulos Museum!