The Historical Society Board, volunteers, and craftspeople have spent several years restoring falling plaster, stripping wallpaper, removing mystery furniture from the storage room, painting, replacing the porch, the roof, the gate and fence, planting a new rose garden, washing, ironing, polishing and dusting, and adding new furnishings. They have always strived to use methods and materials authentic to the era of the home.
Now it’s time for you to come enjoy it! You’re encouraged to bring friends, especially those who may not know about the Anderson House and its unique role in Monrovia, which you can read here.
Date: Sunday, February 19th 2-4 pm
Ribbon-cutting at 2:15 pm!!
Theme: Unveiling of the recent restoration work
Place: The George H. Anderson House, 215 E Lime
Refreshments will be provided. RSVPs are not necessary. Admission is free and all are welcome.
If you have questions, please contact Sandy Burud, President of the Monrovia Historical Society at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn more about the Monrovia Historical Society on its website here.