February 22, 2011 > Union City Museum celebrates 10 years
Union City Museum celebrates 10 years
A commemorative reception will honor 10 years of saving history with the Union City Historical Museum Thursday, February 24. Join founder Myrla Raymundo and Union City and Fremont officials as the museum celebrates the preservation and promotion of the heritage and culture of Union City.
Established February 23, 2001, the Union City Historical Museum strives to maintain a presentation of city artifacts and historical documents, record oral histories from local community members, and encourage the preservation of historical buildings. They serve to educate the community about their rich history and leave a legacy for future generations.
The museum is thriving and enjoying an ever widening range of recognition in the community.
The public is invited to help mark their 10 year milestone and enjoy finger foods and drinks, speeches, and a PowerPoint presentation entitled "Walk into Union City History."
The Union City Historical Museum is open Thursdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday, February 24
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Union City Historical Museum
3841 Smith St., Union City