2015 Calendar

Saturday, June 13

4pm to 8pm
Pioneer Day - Carne Asada/ music
Tecate Community Museum Patio

Sunday, June 28
Inauguration of Rancho La Puerta Exhibit
Tecate Community Museum
Contemporary Building

Sunday, July 12
11am to 4pm
Kiliwa seed beading and Doll Making Workshop
Tecate Community Museum

July 20 - 31
9am to 1pm
"Little Historians-
Children's summer program
Tecate Community Museum
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Saturday, August 1
Annual Romantic Dinner and Wine - Fundraiser
Cocina Que Canta / Rancho La Puerta
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Thursday, August 20
Missions of Baja California - Restoration Arch. Carlos Chavez INAH
CAREM-Mathes Media Room

Friday, September 11
4pm to 8pm
Noche Mexicana
Tecate Community Museum Patio

October (Date and time to be determined)
Cooking Class-Fundraiser
Rancho La Puerta/Cocina Que Canta

Saturday, October 10
9am to 6pm
History of Wine - Guided Tour and Fundraiser
Guadalupe Valley Baja California

Saturday, October 24
11am to 4pm
Kumiai Ethno-botanical Workshop, Incl. Lunch
Tecate Community Museum Patio and Surroundings

November 12 - 19
Mission Tour - Guided
Peninsula of Baja California Sur
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Saturday, November 28
10am to 8pm
Christmas Bazaar/Fundraiser
CAREM-Mathes Media Room

December 4
Parade of Lights - Christmas
Downtown Tecate, B. C.

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Corredor Histórico CAREM is a Mexican non-profit association based in Tecate, Baja California. CAREM’s mission is to protect, preserve, and present to the public the historical and cultural heritage of Baja California, Mexico. For over 14 years, CAREM has built partnerships with a variety of people and organizations of the Tecate area and the larger binational region to work toward its mission of historical preservation in Baja California.
Originally established in 1997 to work for the preservation and revitalization of the historical heritage found along the ancient mission trails of Baja California, CAREM has since expanded its objectives to include all historic sites of the state.
Through the dedication of its volunteers, CAREM raises funds to sponsor cultural events and lectures, carry out tours, projects and programs, maintain a growing research library and build the infrastructure needed to carry out all these activities. Beginning in 2008, CAREM began collaborating with community partners to design, build and create the Tecate Community Museum; with the first phase opening in June 2011.
CAREM is a Mexican Civil Association, the equivalent of a US 501 c3 non-profit corporation.

Click here to become a member