Fortunate Son Benefit Concert For the Cooper Museum

Please join us as we “Get Back to the Garden” and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock with a live concert by the Nation’s “Number One” Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute: FORTUNATE SON! The date is Saturday October 19 in the courtyard stage at the Cooper Museum. Fortunate Son will be playing songs from CCR’s set at Woodstock plus all your favorite classics and deep cuts from the “Bayou Country”, “Green River”, “Willy & the Poor Boys” albums from 1969. There will be food vendors and a bar, raffles & prizes, aplus a meet & greet with the band along with plenty of fun & dancing to be had by all. This Multi-Media concert will help continue to bring funds to the Cooper Museum which helps to prevserve the history of our local communities.

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About the Cooper Museum:

The former headquarters of the Ontario-Cucamonga (O.K.) Fruit Exchange is a 1937 Art Moderne style building on the corner of Second Avenue and “A” Street, in Upland. The CCCC was able to buy the building in 1995, thanks to the generous bequest of woman a named Ada Cooper. Interior renovation began and was completed within a few years.

In 1997 the dedication was held, showing that the courage and determination of the founding members and trustees of the Chaffey Communities Cu1tural Center had been carried on by new members to complete their original dream—that of having a regional museum.

Because of her generosity, the museum bears Ada Cooper’s name. In recent years, we have been able to build a courtyard on the east side of the building. In 2008, the courtyard was completed and it is now a place where the entire community can enjoy a variety of cultural events for years to come.

The museum strives to ensure that the history and culture of the communities Ada Cooper loved so much is preserved and promoted.


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