Visit the Firehouse Jail Museum on Sundays from 1-3pm Open to the public - FREE!

Heritage House Tours are offered on the First Friday of the month from 1-3pm or by  appointment.  Please call Craig at 562-321-1552 to see this wonderful craftsman home located  just west of Covina Park. FREE!

Jan 25 - 6:30p          General Meeting Women's Club

Mar 10 - 6a-2p          Yard Sale Heritage House

​Mar 15 - 7a-10p         iHop Fundraiser 30% bring flyer!

Apr 19 - 6:30p           General Meeting Women's Club

Aug 17 - 6:30            General Meeting Women's Club   

Nov 16 - 6:30p          General Meeting Women's Club       

Ongoing-The first Sunday of each month we conduct a FREE walking tour of historic Downtown Covina between Badillo Street and San Bernardino Road.  Almost 70% of all the commercial buildings in Covina's historic downtown were built before 1890.  The tour takes your through alleys and the pioneer history of this small town that once shipped more citrus than anywhere else on earth.  Tours leave the Firehouse Jail Museum at 1:30 and last about an hour.  It is a flat easy walk and wheelchair accessible.

Ongoing-The Covina Valley Historical Society hosts four Dinner Meetings per year.  Each get-together offers a wonderful dinner for only $10 per person.  After our meal an historical program is presented. Held at the Covina Women's Club on San Jose Avenue at 6pm, these meetings are open to the public. 

CVHS Board Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at the Heritage House.  Everyone is welcome!



Thursday January 25, 2018 

Quarterly Dinner Meeting & Program 


Meatloaf, Scalloped Potatoes, 

Vegetables, Tossed Green Salad

Dessert and Beverages

$10 per person (bring place setting)

6:30 pm 

Homesrtead Museum Director Paul Spitzzieri


To Seduce and Confuse

​The Politics of the Rowland Workman Expedition to Los Angeles 1840-41

Covina Women's Club

128 South San Jose Avenue


Reservations for this event are a must! 

Call or text 626-523-9798 to save your spot

Call in RSVPs may pay at the door...

preserving the past for the future