There are many American Indian landmarks along Route 66
LOS ANGELES — The Autry Center, directed by former director of the National Museum of the American Indian, is hosting a lecture today by Jerry McClanahan and Jim Ross about traveling Route 66.
Along the famous Route 66, there are many American Indian landmarks as the road weaves through Indian Country.
McClanahan and Ross are nationally known road historians and photographers. They will share their tips and tricks for traveling Route 66. Hear about classic hotels, delightful diners, must-see attractions, and the best ways to get there.
McClanahan and Ross co-authored the best-selling “Here It Is! The Route 66 Map Series and Route 66 Sightings.” In addition, McClanahan is the author of “EZ66 Guide for Travelers” and Ross published the first guidebook to the Oklahoma road (“Oklahoma Route 66: The Cruiser’s Companion”).
Date / Time:
Saturday, December 6, 2014, 2:00 p.m.
The Autry in Griffith Park
Free for Autry Members / $15 Nonmembers / $11 Students (with ID) and Seniors (60+)
Additionally, this weekend only, Autry members at the Individual through Turquoise levels receive a 20% discount, and members at the Copper level and above receive a 30% discount at the Autry Store.* Find the perfect gifts and toast the holiday season with a complimentary beverage at Crossroads West Cafe and light refreshments in the store.
Save up to 20% on Gift Membership purchases through December 31, 2014. Just in time for the holidays, members save $10 on Individual, Dual, and Family Gift Memberships, and $20 on Family-Plus Gift Memberships and above. Offer valid for Gift Memberships only. For details, call the Membership Department at 323.495.4326.
*Store discount not valid for trunk shows, consignment items, or sale items.
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