President’s Day Celebration at the Reagan Library

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IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers HISTORY COMES ALIVE - 4-year-old Maisie Maertz of Santa Clarita tries on the red, white and blue tricorne hat she made herself at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE – 4-year-old Maisie Maertz of Santa Clarita tries on the red, white and blue tricorne hat she made herself at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers HISTORY COMES ALIVE - La Crescenta resident Nikolas Katalaris, 6, peers back through history at the faces of past U.S. presidents, during a game of Presidential Bingo at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE – La Crescenta resident Nikolas Katalaris, 6, peers back through history at the faces of past U.S. presidents, during a game of Presidential Bingo at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers HISTORY COMES ALIVE - A reenactor portraying Abigail Adams shows West Hills resident Morgan Gaylord,6, how to spin yarn from a big ball of cotton during the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE – A reenactor portraying Abigail Adams shows West Hills resident Morgan Gaylord,6, how to spin yarn from a big ball of cotton during the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers HISTORY COMES ALIVE - A reenactor portraying George Washington explains the loyalties Washington felt to England as a subject of the King, before the colonies united and he become the first President of the United States, to the audience at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE – A reenactor portraying George Washington explains the loyalties Washington felt to England as a subject of the King, before the colonies united and he become the first President of the United States, to the audience at the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers HISTORY COMES ALIVE - Newbury Park resident Dara Fitzgibbon and her daughter Clare, 6, work together to build a large log cabin with big windows, perhaps like the cabin President Abraham Lincoln might have lived in, during the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE – Newbury Park resident Dara Fitzgibbon and her daughter Clare, 6, work together to build a large log cabin with big windows, perhaps like the cabin President Abraham Lincoln might have lived in, during the annual President’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Monday, February 17.

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