The LCOC Western Region will host a special day of fellowship, food and fun for members, family and friends in the San Fernando Valley area and beyond on Saturday March 28.
The two-part event will begin with an optional meet-up and brunch at 11:30 a.m. at the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant, 16320 Raymer Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406, and migrate to the nearby Valley Relics Museum, 7900 Balboa Blvd., Lake Balboa, CA 91406 , Hangar C 3 & 4 (Entrance on Stagg St.) at 1 p.m.
Come early to the restaurant with your classic car for tire kicking or just bring your daily driver and your appetite. You are welcome either way. See below for photos from a previous LCOC event at the restaurant.
We have a number of options—-a 3-course luncheon at the 94th Aero Squadron with several possible choices for $29.95, ordering off the menu a la carte there, or getting lunch on your own and meeting up with us at the museum at 1 p.m. Museum admission is $10.00 for adults, Seniors $8.00, Children 10 and under FREE.
Whatever you choose to do, you must RSVP with one of the three options below by March 21 to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, preference and the number of members in your party:
- Fixed Price Brunch and Museum
- Order off the Menu and Museum
- Museum Only
Fixed price choices include:
Beer cheese soup or seasonal salad to start, prime rib French dip, cedar plank salmon, chicken scaloppini, or pasta primavera main course, and New York cheesecake for dessert plus soft drinks, coffee or tea.
94th Aero Squadron is a charming French chateau complete with ivy covered walls, stone paths, plush gardens and a warm, inviting interior adorned with aviation relics and replica Warcraft. It is a memorable dining experience with classic American cuisine and unique event spaces. Hear the buzz of the planes flying by from Van Nuys Airport.
Once you’re inside, take in the uniforms and wartime artifacts in the lobby, restaurant and event spaces.
The Valley Relics Museum is centrally located at the Van Nuys Airport. It is a fun, family friendly journey through The San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas past. The LA Weekly named the Valley Relics Museum one of its 2017 winners of “Best Of L.A.: Arts & Entertainment”.
The one of a kind pop culture museum features neon signs, classic cars, rare documents, yearbooks, restaurant menus, art, western clothing, vintage BMX bicycles, a playable retro arcade and much more! Whether you are a native Angelino or a transplant from another region, this museum has something for everyone.
Its mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and present the history of The San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas to share with residents and visitors alike the stories of those who shaped the region and its role in the nations development. The Valley Relics Museum boasts its vast collection of historical artifacts pertaining to The San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. The collection includes rare documents, photographs, vintage neon signs, post cards, yearbooks, negatives, clothing, books, art, automobiles and BMX bikes from The Valley’s past.