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Has much to offer as for housing, shopping, and sight-seeing!
Only blooms from March to May
In a nutshell
At least it's hard to get lost -- the streets are all aphebetized!
Culture in the Desert? Of course... here in Lancaster, the Performing Arts Center keeps the blossoming minds of the Antelope Valley alive and booming!
Check out their website for the performances coming to Lancaster soon!
Dress Code: Appropriate for the event going on there.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 750 W Lancaster Blvd
Favorite thing: I wanted to share a bit of history of the corporation of Lancaster. For many years back in the 1970's we were just a little farming town. Of course now you would never think that since much of the farming lands are now just vast desert again. When I was in high school, which was Antelope Valley High, our art class instructor Mr. Oliver, nice man, to come up with a design for the new city seal for Lancaster. At the time, I didn't feel like participating, but did have a little input of which represented Lancaster. Two very talented individuals who sat a my table decided to participate. These lovely gals both came up with what symbolizes what Lancaster was all about. The city loved both designs, so they incorporated both. So who were these artists? Jenny Casares design on the left and Thi Tuyet Hong Tran on the right. So if your ever passing by the city hall and see the city seal, please think of them, because they deserve all the credit of such a beautiful seal.
Written Oct 25, 2009