671 S Oakglen Ave
Nipomo CA 93444
The mission of the Dana Adobe Nipomo Amigos is to restore and preserve the historic Dana Adobe and promote development of the Rancho Nipomo Heritage Park as a means of enhancing knowledge and understanding of California’s Rancho era, to encourage an appreciation of the many peoples who contributed to that era’s influence on the present and future of California, and to demonstrate the interdependent nature of the site’s ecosystems and human economies over time.
The Dana Adobe Nipomo Amigos is accepting Proposals for a final Master Plan design. It’s time to bring the conceptual design into reality. Contact Aaron Regez at email@example.com for more information. Thank you. The RFP and associated documents can be accessed from the following link – https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B-k24noq4zubakpQVEQyTlczMUk&usp=sharing
November 1, 2014—Saturday, 1:00 pm Every year millions of Mexicans, Central Americans and devoted followers celebrate el Día de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead). The Mexican holiday celebration focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray sing and reminisce in remembrance of friends and family members who have passed on. Traditional customs of the holiday include building private altars or “ofrendas” honoring the deceased using: sugar skulls,