Valley Relics Museum Hosts Weekly Open Air Experience

San Fernando Valley memorabilia at The BValley Relics Museum (photo by Nikki Kreuzer)

The Valley Relics Museum, which has been preserving the pop culture history of the San Fernando Valley since 2013, has announced a weekly open air experience for guests beginning this Friday, August 21, 2020. The museum, which is located in Hangars C3 and C4 at 7900 Balboa Avenue (off Stagg) in Van Nuys, will keep its doors open every Friday and Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m., transforming the museum into a large patio area. To maintain the safety of guests, temperatures will be taken at the door and masks are mandatory (as they should be). Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here; all proceeds will benefit the museum itself, and each visitor will receive a raffle ticket at the door, with winners announced on Saturdays. Space is limited, so grab your tickets now. TICKETS

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About Paul Gaita

Paul Gaita lives in Sherman Oaks, California with his lovely wife and daughter. He has written for The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Variety and Merry Jane, among many other publications, and was a home video reviewer for from 1998 to 2014. He has also interviewed countless entertainment figures, but his favorites remain Elmore Leonard, Ray Bradbury, and George Newall, who created both "Schoolhouse Rock" and the Hai Karate aftershave commercials. He once shared a Thanksgiving dinner with celebrity astrologer Joyce Jillson and regrettably, still owes the late character actor Charles Napier a dollar.
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