Reyes Adobe ‘day’ returns to Agoura

COUNTRY PICKIN’ —At left, Olivia Sandoval and Patrick Joseph Rieger of the band Whiskey Sunday entertain the audience at the Reyes Adobe Days festival Oct. 2 in Agoura Hills. Back live following a 2020 hiatus, the normally weekend-long event at the historic ranch house was held one day only. Bottom left, Casey and Miles Locke, left, and Joshua Spielberg learn to make adobe bricks from mud during the family festival. Bottom right, “Mr. Tom the Music Man” Kuznkowski offers ukulele lessons to several aspiring young musicians. Built in 1850, Reyes Adobe was the first home in Agoura. A parade and festival in its honor began in 2004.

COUNTRY PICKIN’ —At left, Olivia Sandoval and Patrick Joseph Rieger of the band Whiskey Sunday entertain the audience at the Reyes Adobe Days festival Oct. 2 in Agoura Hills. Back live following a 2020 hiatus, the normally weekend-long event at the historic ranch house was held one day only. Bottom left, Casey and Miles Locke, left, and Joshua Spielberg learn to make adobe bricks from mud during the family festival. Bottom right, “Mr. Tom the Music Man” Kuznkowski offers ukulele lessons to several aspiring young musicians. Built in 1850, Reyes Adobe was the first home in Agoura. A parade and festival in its honor began in 2004.

Photos by DAVID ROBERT NEWMAN Acorn Newspapers

Photos by DAVID ROBERT NEWMAN Acorn Newspapers

 

 

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