Spanish Town Heritage Foundation works hard to support and bring awareness to saving the historic Trujillo Adobe. I am so grateful for the role you’ve played in pushing our mission forward.
Since 2013, we’ve been hosting events, like the Riverside Tamale Festival, Las Posadas, and Segundo Sabados (opening the Trujillo Adobe to the public on the second Saturday of each month). The Adobe grounds now have a seating area, cement staging area, display boards, and a mural. We have visited elementary schools and worked with our city officials to share the important history of our early founders of the Inland Empire. The Trujillo Adobe was named to the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 11 Most Endangered Places 2021. Yet, there is so much more work to do.
We need your help to continue this work!