San Juan Capistrano

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Theodore Lukits - Posthumous Exhibitions
... were the subject of two different exhibitions at Mission San Juan Capistrano, in 1998 and 1999 ... Held at the Mission San Juan Capistrano Museum in the Old Soldier's Barracks of the historic mission, the exhibition was viewed by thousands of visitors to the mission ... Mission San Juan Capistrano was the site of another Lukits exhibition in 2001 titled Romance of the Mission which was held in the courtyard of the mission in ...
Trabuco Creek - Course
... canyon that it flows through almost until it reaches downtown San Juan Capistrano ... Passing into the northernmost extreme of San Juan Capistrano, it is joined by its largest tributary, Oso Creek, from the right ... it is forced into a concrete channel, passes by Mission San Juan Capistrano, and joins with San Juan Creek in downtown San Juan Capistrano ...
San Juan Creek
... San Juan Creek, also called the San Juan River, is a 29-mile (47 km) stream in Orange County, California that consists of a catchment basin encompassing 133.9 square ... it runs parallel to the Ortega Highway as it winds west and south through San Juan Canyon, where it is joined by numerous small tributaries, and is joined by Trabuco Creek, its main branch ... Once out of the foothills, San Juan Creek flows through the city of San Juan Capistrano where groundwater flow direction generally is from the northeast to ...
Richard Spooner (equestrian) - Major Career Wins and Achievements
... Winner – (Robinson) $25,000 Spring Classic I San Juan Capistrano, California April 3 Winner – (Millennium) $35,000 Spring Classic III San Juan Capistrano, California April 16 Winner – (Robinson) $35,000 ...

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