Next Meeting: 2019 Fall Meeting:
When: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Where: Lomas Santa Fe Country Club, 1505 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075
Program: First Thanksgiving in 1619 at Berkeley Plantation
For more information, please contact our Company’s Governor.
Please watch for the dates and details about our future meetings on our News page.
Category Archives: 2014 Meeting
A Message from Governor Scarlett Stahl: We will next meet on Saturday, February 18 in Los Angeles to celebrate the life of Pocahontas. She was my tenth great-grandmother and the ancestor I chose to join Jamestowne Society with. I have made … Continue reading
Update: Our 11/22 Fall Meeting: “How Did Pocahontas Cook Bear/Bare – the Annals of Early American Cookery”
As we previously posted, our fall luncheon meeting on Saturday, November 22 will feature Dr. Molly McClain’s timely presentation of “How Did Pocahontas Cook Bear/Bare?; The Annals of Early American Cookery.” With the proximity to Thanksgiving, perhaps we will learn about our … Continue reading
The Jamestowne Society’s annual Governors’ Roundtable and Council Meeting in Williamsburg May 16-17 had record attendance, a good program, and much conviviality (the program is summarized below.) Five new companies were chartered, confirming the vitality and dispersed growth of the Society. The Governors met Friday to … Continue reading
The First California Company will hold its annual meeting Saturday June 28, 2014 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in northern San Diego County. Members and guests are welcome. This will be a good opportunity for prospective Jamestowne Society … Continue reading
First California Company Governor Ginny Gotlieb presided as we hosted our first western regional Society meeting for 67 guests on Sunday, March 2, in Los Angeles. Three companies were represented, including First Deputy Governor Leslie Steuben of Northern California and … Continue reading
Our First California Company will be joining other lineage societies on Saturday, January 18 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club for two meetings that should be of importance to all of us. Company members have been invited to convene at … Continue reading