Celebrate with the Balboa Island Museum in the Iconic Home of Buddy Ebsen. Saturday, November 21, 2015 4:00-8:00 P.M. Dinner and Dancing with the Retros. To purchase tickets: 310.717.2325 or Events@BalboaIslandMuseum.org.
An evening at the Museum with long-time residents Conrad Baumgartner (Collector of vintage postcards) and Jeff Delaney (Author of Newport Beach - Postcard History Series). Friday, September 18th - 7p.m. to 9 p.m. Wine & Cheese. RSVP email@example.com or (310) 717-2325
Homeowners opened their doors to the public when the Balboa Island Museum and Historical Society Home Tour showcased eight homes Saturday. The homes were built between 1913 and 1953. Some have been completely gutted and remodeled, while others remain in their original form.
Walking around Balboa Island feels like a tour of the good life, American preppy style. In true American fashion, parking is not pleasant, not surprising on a tiny island packed with tourists and satellite citizens. But once my friend and I get out of the car, we are utterly charmed by the seaside scene we see.
Long-time Balboa Island resident Bill Stewart, 86, has been an avid collector of maritime collectibles for 50+ years, and has generously loaned a portion of his nautical library to the Museum. “My hobby for many [...]
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Sponsored by the Balboa Island Museum and Historical Society, the Home Tour features eight historical houses. It will be held on Saturday, June 20, 2015 on Balboa Island. During this walking tour, participants will experience the charm and history of some very unique historic homes. Houses participating in the Home Tour...
The Balboa Island Museum and Historical Society held it's Annual Volunteer Social at the home of Shirley Pepys and hosted by Shirley, Museum President Ed Trainor and the BIMHS Board. All that attended were treated to hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and volunteer recognitions. A fun time was had by all.
Newport Beach Magazine: Parting Thoughts, April 2015 - The Balboa Island Museum & Historical Society on Balboa Island opened the doors of its new location at 331 Marine Avenue in December 2011, and thanks in large part to the passion of Vice President and Creative Director Shirley Pepys, it preserves the island's 109-year history...
In the December 16, 2011 issue of the Indy, I wrote a column entitled “Passion Drives Preservation of Balboa Island’s Heritage,” about the reopening of the Balboa Island Museum & Historical Society at its quaint new historical location on Marine Avenue.