Regular Meetings & Program
2nd Thursday, monthly
(except July & August)
5:30 - 7:00 pm
Wanda Kirk Library
3611 Rosamond Blvd.
Rosamond, CA  93560
     The Kern Antelope Historical Society is dedicated to keeping the rich and varied history of the Antelope Valley, which includes parts of Los Angeles and Kern counties, alive and remembered for future generations.
     The Society was established in 1959 for the purpose of learning and preserving the history of California, especially the Mojave Desert area north of the city of Los Angeles. Also known as the High Desert region.
     Subjects of our monthly meetings range from Indians of the past to the Space Age.  Guest speakers with vast knowledge of the valley’s history offer to share their experiences.
     The Society offers field trips for members to significant locations in and around the valley throughout the year.
     Come join us to learn more about the wonders of this area we live in and also meet some new people.

Business sponsors of the Kern Antelope Historical Society



Did you know that the KAHS has books for sale?  Check the latest newsletter on the Documents page.

Next Meeting
No Meeting until further notice.
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“The History of Rosamond “ a video produced by the students of Rosamond High School. Click here

October 2018 presentation by Clifford Burton & the Tropico Mine is available on the Speakers page.


KAHS celebrated it’s 60th anniversary on Thursday, May 9th, 2019 at the Wanda Kirk library.



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