Open Tower Day was held on August 25, 2019. This is one of three days the tower is open to the public. This date corresponds with the birthday of the National Park Service. As always, on the birthday of the NPS, visitors are allowed into the park for free. This year, August 25 occurred on a Sunday, so not only was it a fee free … Continue reading Open Tower Day – August 25, 2019
Help celebrate the NPS Founder’s Day by volunteering to assist with Open Tower Day on August 25. Please sign up in Volgistics if you can help out. As a reminder, the Open Tower Days each year are: 22 March – Anniversary of the light being extinguished for the last time (1891) 25 August – National Park Service Founder’s Day 15 November – Anniversary of the light being … Continue reading VIPs Needed for Open Tower Day
Our very own VIPs Karen Scanlon and Kim Fahlen were interviewed by KPBS as they prepared the Old Point Loma Lighthouse for Open Tower Day tomorrow, November 15. If you want to watch the video and read the transcript, it is available here. Continue reading Twin Sisters Keep Historic Point Loma Lighthouse Shining Bright
Open Tower Day was scheduled for this Wednesday, 22 March. However, the forecast is calling for a 90% chance of rain, and it appears it may be pretty heavy. For safety reasons, and to protect our historic lighthouse, we will be postponing Open Tower Day to Wednesday, 19 April 2017. However, visitors who come this Wednesday will still be able to participate in special activities. … Continue reading Open Tower Day Postponed
Greetings VIPs! We had a marvelous observance of the National Park Service’s 98th birthday at the park today. The staff and volunteers did a phenomenal job handling the large crowds, ensuring that 573 visitors were able to safely view the lens and tower. We had a lot of good press (thanks Gerrie for sending out the teaser). Many people watched the newscast this morning and … Continue reading Great Founder’s Day!
Good People, All is well from our perch. We are happy to be back in the Visitor Center and out from living the movie cycle loop. Ask the Foundation or VC staff to recite from memory any of the movies’ narratives or play the tasty licks from the score. It’s all ingrained into our memory Once again, many thanks to our volunteer work crew who … Continue reading Prayers of Twenty Millions