Chumash Indian Museum Trail Signs Vandalized

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Vandalized signage was in front of the malamtepupi (game field) as well as the Lang Ranch history marker. The museum continued its participation in the Apricot Festival in downtown Moorpark

A post on Instagram informed the community who respect the property & heritage of the Museum:

"Unfortunately we were vandalized this week... please remember that we are a nonprofit and signs like these are expensive and our staff and volunteers put a lot of work into creating them. Vandalism is never the answer." Chumash Indian Museum (@chumashindianmuseum) • 

 Suggestions were made for donations to replace the signs and to add a protective plastic.   Donations to the museum are via a link  on their website Donate    info@chumashmuseum.org

The Museum is open to the public on: 
Saturday 10am-4pm Sunday 12-4pm

We are at the Moorpark Apricot Festival today, stop by and say hi!
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