Refresh Yourself at the Sunset Soiree
Everyone living in West Palmdale is invited to attend the Sunset Soiree at the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve. This event is presented by the Lancaster Museum of Art and History and will take place at the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve, which is located at 43201 35th St. W. in Lancaster. This memorable evening will take place on Saturday, October 29th, 2022, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
This fundraising event to support the Museums of the City of Lancaster will feature music, poetry, food, and drinks. It will also celebrate the arts and culture and the evening’s honoree is Councilmember Darrell Dorris. Tables start at $300 and are sold in increments of four up to eight people. Individual tickets are also available. Keep in mind that limited seating is available, so get your tickets soon. Enjoy an evening away from West Palmdale home and purchase your tickets here.
The Prime Desert Woodland Preserve is a scenic location nestled in an urban area. Visitors can relax and enjoy nature and learn about the plants and animals that live in the region. The Lancaster Museum of Art and History designed the new exhibition here. It explores the flora, fauna, geology, native peoples, and historical figures through an interactive experience. The interpretive center also includes a petroglyph and pictograph where visitors can make their own pictographs in chalk. In addition, there is an excavation station, an expanded library and reading area, and a touch table. Regular workshops are also available.
Whether you can attend the Sunset Soiree or just want to visit on your own, everyone living in West Palmdale is invited to come experience the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve. Come for an event or just come for the day. The regular hours for the interpretive center are Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.