Sacramento River delta Historical Society
Community Programs

Six Programs a Year

Don’t miss this opportunity to become part of a vibrant community dedicated to the
exploration and celebration of our shared past.

Each our programs share a unique aspect of regional history, offering a diverse range of topics. Our lecturers are seasoned historians, archeologists, farmers, policy makers,
writers, artists, or amateur sleuths with intriguing stories to share. We encourage
audience participation. Ask questions, share perspectives, and engage in lively
discussions with fellow Delta enthusiasts.

We offer six programs a year – March, April, and May; September, October, and

Our next two programs are:

Tuesday April 16 – Movies in the Delta with film historian Matias Bombal 

Tuesday May 21 – Our annual potluck plus a talk on Hunting and Fishing in the Delta. 7 pm. At the

Jean Harvie Community Center, 14273 River Road, Walnut Grove. Free to all.

Share Your Stories

At least once a month, on a Tuesday or Thursday from 11 am to 1 pm, we will meet in our resource center for folks to come by and share a story, take a peek at our holdings, or talk about ways to engage the community. Have photos to share or other items from the Delta? Bring them, too. We’ll provide coffee, tea, and some snacks. Check out our Facebook Group for updates and the front page of the website.

Community Engagement

We’re still in the planning stages, but our plan is to expand our programming in
partnership with other community, educational, advocacy, library, and historical groups throughout the area.