Reservations On Sale Now: Friends of the Santa Clara River’s 25th Silver Streams Gala Celebration and Fundraiser

Join us at the historic Rancho Camulos along the banks of the Santa Clara River. Immerse yourself in the heart of the Santa Clara River Watershed, it’s beauty and history. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of FSCR.

  • Appetizers and other sustainably grown treats from our own Santa Clara River Valley
  • Celebrate with local wines and beers
  • Meander beneath majestic river valley mountain views to live music
  • Wander along on tours of Rancho Camulos Adobe
  • Join us for this celebration as sponsors and volunteers

Date: Sunday, September 16, 2018

Time: 3:30PM to 6:30PM

Location: Rancho Camulos, 5164 East Telegraph Road (Highway 126), Piru, CA, 93040 (Google Maps)

Purchasing a Reservation & Sponsorships

Reservation price for this event is $75 per person.

To reserve a seat to this event online, visit our Donate page and indicate with the donation note that you are purchasing a ticket for this fundraising event.

You may also reserve a spot by mailing a check to our mailing address:

Friends of the Santa Clara River

P.O. Box 7719

Ventura, California 90006

Please consider being sponsor at our event. Check out our Sponsorship Benefits Page and Donate the respective amount. Also check out Additional Donor Opportunities page.

Volunteer Opportunities Available

To volunteer at our fundraiser, you may either visit our Contact Us page and send us an inquiry, call us at 805-628-2250, or email us directly at

About Rancho Camulos

Rancho Camulos Museum is a 40-acre national historic landmark situated within an 1800 acre working ranch. It is the best remaining example of a Spanish-Mexican rancho in its original rural environment and is noted for its literary significance as the setting for Helen Hunt Jackson’s novel Ramona. Rancho Camulos is dedicated to researching, collecting, preserving and interpreting the diverse cultural heritage and agricultural history of Southern California from 1853 to 1943. Through restoration of its buildings and grounds, Rancho Camulos seeks to connect the past with the present by offering programs that will educate and enrich all audiences.

Learn more at

In The News

Thank you to local news outlets, Santa Clarita Valley News and The Signal for reporting on our event!

Header photo by Barbara Wampole, FSCR Board Member