Mission San Antonio de Padua presents "Our Treasure . . . Shared" - a celebration of Education and the Arts. This new lecture/concert series is Open and Free to the public as our gift back to the community.

First in the series will be Mission San Antonio Archaeology - Past, Present, and Futurefeaturing presentations by Dr. Robert L. Hoover, Archaeologist, who will share from his 30+ years of research @ MSA. Barbara Pence and her Associates from the Institute of Canine Forensics will discuss their role in past and future projects here @ MSA (and yes, the dogs will be here for a demonstration!) and Dr. Lewis E. Somers, GeoScan,  will present survey results from prior projects @ MSA and will show how history is still being @ MSA with the use of Magnetic Gradient, Electrical Resistance Surveys and Ground Penetrating Radar. Some hands-on experience will be provided for interested participants. (as time and numbers allow)

Lectures will take place in the Mission church and a light reception of desserts and beverages will follow.

Questions?  Call Mission Gift Shop 831.385-4478 extension 17 between the hours of 10am and 4pm.

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4. Jim Hicks wrote:
My great great great grandfather was born at the Mission San Antonio de Padua. His name was Antonio Maria de Lugo. He was born July 13,1772. His father was Francisco Salvador de Lugo. His mother was Juana Maria Martinez.

Fri, May 8, 2015 @ 11:27 AM

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We are luck to have the many people who have helped to preserve the Mission.

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