Upland Heritage

Preserving the past

Upland Heritage’s Historical Home Tour April 22nd from 10am-5pm

 It is that time of year again for our bi-annual home tour! Tickets are available at the following locations: Antiques Etc. 270 N 2nd Avenue Claro’s Italian 1655 N Mountain Ave.,(16th and Mountain, behind Legends) My Jeweler 1875 N Campus (Colonies across from Bed, Bath and Beyond) Cooper Regional History Museum 217 E A St (open 11AM – 5PM Thursday through Saturday) Ticket Prices: Pre-sale $20 Day of Tour $25 […]

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March General Meeting – March 7th

Come for an evening to visit friends at our Upland Heritage General Meeting March 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm.  We will be serving dessert and discussing our upcoming home tour.  Our meeting location is the beautiful and historic Chaffey Communities Cultural Center at 525 W. 18th St. Upland, 91784. We at Upland Heritage are so grateful to all of our members for all you do to help and we can’t wait to […]

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Become a Member

Join the Upland Heritage and help save our beloved Upland history and heritage. A few benefits of being a member include an opportunity to join us for the annual Concert Under the Stars night.  General meetings with fascinating and informative speakers, and our much anticipated Progressive Christmas Party.  Fill out an application and send it in today! UH-Membership-2016-Application

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City of Upland – Districts for Voting

Dear Upland Heritage members and Friends, As most of you know, the city is being sued to  place the city  into districts  to vote so that minorities will have more of a chance to run. No city has ever won a lawsuit against these lawyers, but never-the-less we are voting on the districts this November even though the likelihood is that no matter what happens, the city will be forced […]

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Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times…. Upland Heritage helps to presevere Sunkist sign. The Sunkist logo was found during the demolition of a century-old packing house on 19th Street.  Thanks to the valiant efforts of many, the 20-foot wide by 12-foot high sign, painted on a 14-ton concrete wall, was safely moved to Cable Airport for restoration.  Details and pictures forthcoming…

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