San Dimas

San Dimas may refer to:

  • San Dimas, Durango, Mexico
  • San Dimas, California, United States
  • Andy San Dimas - a pornographic actress

Other articles related to "san dimas, san":

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure - Plot
... Carlin) is tasked by the leaders to travel back to San Dimas, California of 1988 using a time machine shaped like a phone booth to ensure that the Bill and Ted, then dim-witted high school ... to describe how three historical figures would view San Dimas of the present, trying to obtain help from customers at a local Circle K convenience store ... figures at the local mall to learn about San Dimas while they seek out Napoleon at a local water park, "Waterloo." While gone, the historical figures get into trouble and are arrested by ...
San Dimas Hotel - Architecture and History - Vacancy and Restoration
... In 1998, the San Dimas Festival of Western Arts acquired a lease-option on the property, which was later assigned to the City of San Dimas ... The City of San Dimas purchased the property and undertook an extensive plan to renovate the structure as a community asset for use by the San Dimas Festival of Arts and other community ...
San Dimas Hotel
... The San Dimas Hotel, also known as Walker House, the Carruthers Home, and the San Dimas Mansion, is a historic structure in San Dimas, California, built by the San Jose Ranch Company in 1887 ... in 1997 and was later acquired and renovated by the City of San Dimas ...
San Dimas Hotel - Museum and Community Use
... The restored Walker House is now the home of the San Dimas Historical Society and Museum, a community art gallery on the second floor, and office space for the San Dimas Festival of ... The San Dimas Historical Society provides guided tours of the Walker House on the third Saturday of each month ...

Famous quotes containing the word san:

    The gold-digger in the ravines of the mountains is as much a gambler as his fellow in the saloons of San Francisco. What difference does it make whether you shake dirt or shake dice? If you win, society is the loser.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)