Join us from 3 PM to 4:30 PM on Saturday, July 20 as we invite a panel of experts from the California Historic Route 66 Association to explore the intricate history of California’s Route 66 and some of the most memorable stops along the way. ​

Panel Speakers:

  • Scott Piotrowski – Born outside of Cleveland, Scott Piotrowski moved to Los Angeles in 1996, roughly following Route 66 on his journey and falling in love with the people and places that make up the highway. Ever since he has focused his Route 66 preservation and promotion efforts along the Route 66 corridor in Los Angeles County while advocating for a new perspective for the future of Route 66. Piotrowski is currently the President of the California Historic Route 66 Association.
  • Lynne Miller – began her love affair with Route 66 while taking the “roads less travelled” to visit a friend in New Mexico.  After completing a trip across the entire Mother Road, she joined the Board of California Historic Route 66 Association and has served as both Secretary and Treasurer.  She was a member of the four-person leadership team for the Route 66 Needles to Barstow Corridor Management Plan – the first step in securing federal Scenic Byways status. Lynne has attended eight International Route 66 Festivals that take place yearly in different Route 66 states.
  • Teresa Stamoulis

This discussion was made possible by the California Historic Route 66 Association. For More information on the organization click HERE.

This discussion is free of charge, and includes free access to our galleries.

RSVP is suggested but not required. Please RSVP by emailing rsvp@santamonicahistory.org or calling (310) 395-2290.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Seating is limited and on a first arrival basis.  This event will be held at the Santa Monica History Museum, 1350 7th St, Santa Monica CA, 90401.  The museum can be reached by following routes to the Main Library.  The Main Library is served by Big Blue Bus routes 1, 7, R7, R10 and 18. Ride your bike? Bicycle parking racks are available at the library. The Santa Monica History Museum is wheelchair accessible.