We have relocated our Saturday, November 21 fall meeting to JT Schmid’s Restaurant and Brewery at 2610 East Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806 at noon.
We will have an interesting program: We will be honored by hosting Dr. Mark G. Hanna, Associate Professor of History at UC San Diego, and a preeminent authority on 17th century maritime history. His topic will be Jamestown’s Maritime Context and he likely will tell us some surprising things. He holds the Robert and Laura Kyle Endowed Chair in Maritime History at the San Diego Maritime Museum and is Honorary Curator of the Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages at the UCSD Library. He is an engaging lecturer and well liked by his students and members of Osher Life Long Learning Institute at UCSD. Many of us visited the San Diego Museum of Natural History’s recent exhibit on piracy that he curated. His new book, Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570-1740, will soon be released; advance reviews are very positive.
The cost will be $35.00 per person and reservations must be made by November 13th with our Treasurer, Suzy Leif (see below). We will have three entrée choices: Fish Tacos with rice and beans; Grilled Chicken Breast with rice pilaf & Vegetables; and, Angel Hair Pasta with vegetables as the vegetarian entree. A house salad and dessert of chocolate cake plus coffee, tea or sodas will be served to all. Other beverages will be available for purchase.
Please make your check payable to First California Company, Jamestowne Society and mail it, together with your entrée selection and names of attendees, to Suzanne Leif, Treasurer, 3345 Hopi Place, San Diego, CA 92117. For more information or answers to questions, please contact email@example.com or 619-922-9823.
We will start with time to socialize between 11:30-12:00. The Company meeting will begin at 12:00 noon to conduct some business and luncheon will be served afterwards; the program will follow.
JT Schmid’s is on Katella off of Highway 57, opposite the Angel Stadium, and directly across the street from The Pond where the Ducks play hockey. The Anaheim Amtrak and Metrolink station is nearby.