Why not spend your Saturday learning all about the town that you inhabit and love? I am back again to report of some up and coming events in the Encinitas area and it is some good news for those of you who are history buffs or have always been curious about the history of our particular little coastal town. This Saturday, on April 15th, the Encinitas Historical Society will be holding a free walking tour of the Historic Encinitas. You can learn everything you didn’t know how the history of this lovely coastal town while getting in a nice mid-morning stroll all in time to spend lunch and the rest of the evening doing whatever you like around town. The tour will begin at 10 am this coming Saturday and will be starting from the 1883 Schoolhouse located at 390 West F Street.
The tour will be led and directed by an Encinitas Historical Society volunteer who will be providing the participants of the tour with tons of interesting facts about the history of Encinitas including the story of how it came to be called the “flower capital”. All attendees of the tour will also be sure to learn exactly why the early came to the town and stayed in the 1880s and hear entertaining anecdotes about the earliest owners of the many historic buildings in that part of town. The tour will conclude around noon in time for you to grab lunch downtown. If you are interested in hearing more about the tour then call the Encinitas Historical Society President, Carolyn Cope, at (760) 753-4834.
Walking Tour of Historic Encinitas:
Saturday, April 15th
10 am – 12 pm
1883 Schoolhouse, 390 West F Street
Go to this link to find out more information about the tour and other times it will be held in case you miss this tour: