If you'll be in Burbank on Thursday and aren't attending the DNA conference, think about joining this year's Jamboree excursion to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
If you haven't visited the Reagan Library, you are in for a fascinating few hours. Docents will lead you through the many exhibits, including a replica of the Reagan Oval Office and a large section of the Berlin Wall. One of the biggest highlights is to actually board Air Force One, the Presidential aircraft.
A new exhibit opened just a week ago, and it sounds like a wonderful way to spend some time. For baseball fans, special exhibit “Baseball” is a 12,000 square foot exhibition featuring over 700 artifacts, including some of the rarest, historic and iconic baseball memorabilia from the largest known private collector in the United States. The exhibit displays extraordinary artifacts from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and scores of other historically important players and organizations. This exhibition will be fun for the entire family.
To learn more about the Reagan Library, visit the website.
To register for the tour:
SCGS Members Early bird (ends April 30): $55
SCGS Nonmembers Early bird (ends April 30): $65
Includes transportation and admission to the exhibits.