Pinole Historical Society Meetings and Activities
The Pinole Historical Society has general membership meetings in September, November, February, and May (annual meeting) at 6:30 p.m.
in conference rooms 2A and 2B of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Office Building, 1301 Pinole Valley Road. All regularly scheduled meetings
are open to members and guests. Please join us for spirited discussions, speakers, and historical presentations.
2018 PHS GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS AT KAISER
• Friday, February 2: The Lost Towns of West County, presented by John Robinson.
• Friday, May 4: What's in a Name?: The People Behind Pinole’s Street Names, presented by George Vincent.
• Friday, September 7: MAKE HISTORY HAPPEN. An update on the progress of the Pinole History Museum.
• Friday, November 2: Former Contra Costa Times columnist Tom Barnidge will present intriguing program based
upon his many years of writing about the county.
2018 PHS BOARD MEETINGS AT THE PINOLE SENIOR CENTER
The Pinole Historical Society Board of Directors meets monthly on the second Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Pinole Senior Center.
Our members, and the public, are invited to attend these board meetings and speak on any item that is discussed.
The Pinole Historical Society also sponsors several activities during the year, among them the Veterans Day Memorial
and Flag Retirement Ceremony (November 11), Pinole history programs in elementary schools, exhibits at the Pinole Library,
and a Pinole history essay contest for children in Pinole’s elementary schools.