Welcome to the BLVD Farmers Market! The Farmers Market is done in partnership with Raw Inspiration, a non-profit operator for California Certified Farmers’ Markets, the City is offering citizens yet another way to live healthier and be proactive about personal wellness.
Thursdays, 4-9 p.m. on Lancaster BLVD
March 20-October 30, 2014
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“LANCASTER — It began in 1968 with a 15-mile run by Griffith Park and through the streets of nearby Burbank on a hot July afternoon that Mark Covert can remember like it was yesterday.
It ceremoniously concluded Tuesday with the final steps taken just outside Marauder Stadium on the Antelope Valley College campus surrounded by several friends, family members, student-athletes, coaches, former teammates and running enthusiasts from around the country.
“Millions upon millions of bright blooming poppies populate California’s Antelope Valley, making it appear right out of an impressionist painting–or, if you would, an HD desktop wallpaper. Located in west of the Mojave Desert in northern Los Angeles, Antelope Valley is dry and barren throughout the year. But from mid-February to late May, the meadows spring into life, coloring the fields in a medley of orange, yellow, pink, and green. It has the most consistent blooms of California poppies in the USA, thanks to state protection, which excluded even grazers like sheep and antelopes from roaming the buttes.
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XCOR Aerospace to Hold Presentation on Advances in Citizen Space Exploration
Presentation is Part of MOAH’s Current Free Enterprise Exhibit
Lancaster, CA. August 21, 2013 – This Thursday, August 22 at 6 p.m., the City of Lancaster’s Museum of Art and History (MOAH) will host a public presentation by XCOR Aerospace. The aerospace presentation coincides with MOAH’s current exhibition; Free Enterprise: The Art of Citizen Space Exploration, which showcases XCOR’s trailblazing EZ-Rocket.
The Free Enterprise exhibit, which pays tribute to the Antelope Valley’s rich aerospace history, explores the political and cultural shift away from federally sponsored expeditions to exploration of space by the private sector. The exhibit is represented through artistic endeavors as well as private organizations and companies working together to advance this new direction in space exploration. The current exhibit is on display through October 13, 2013.