Sunday Speaker Series: Isaac Sparks
Join us at the DANA Adobe Cultural Center for the next entry of our monthly Sunday Speaker Series!
Did you know that Sparks Street in Nipomo is named after Isaac J. Sparks? Sparks was known as an otter hunter, merchant, and friend and business associate of Captain William G. Dana.
In 1843, Sparks received Rancho Huasna, a 22,153-acre land grant in present-day San Luis Obispo County. His life and rancho will be the focus of the upcoming presentation by Wanda Porter.
The presentation will take place on Sunday, September 16th at 2:00 PM. Admission is free for DANA members, $5.00 otherwise. For more information, call the office at 805-929-5679.