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Membership Supports Winter 2015-6 Research

La Señora Research Institute

Ends Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

Membership Supports Winter 2015-6 Research

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Conservadore memberships are for two people and may be designated for support of specific types of programs . Conservadore Members receive invitations to the very small 4-6 person events to which La Senora receives special invitations.
Ended $500.00 $0.00
Empresario Member
Empresario memberships are for a couple or individual plus one guest. Empresario members are invited to small activities for 6-12 people to which La Senora receives special invitations.
Ended $250.00 $0.00
Aficionado Member
This is a Patron Level membership for a single individual entitling ticket purchase for that individual at the member price. Often Conservadore Members can take advantage of spaces available in the small group events to which La Senora and a small number of its Patron Members are invited.
Ended $100.00 $0.00
Donation to Chamber Music Performers Fund
Ticket sales cover approximately 40% of our chamber music concerts. Help provide a fund from which we can pay these young rising stars.
Donation to Jose Mojica Research and Ephemera Acquisition
Each year La Senora picks an 'area of focus' for its research and acquisition programs. Jose Mojica built our hacienda, then returned to Mexico and built Villa Santa Monica where our Spring Educational Program will include visits to the orphanage Mojica founded in San Miguel de Allende. Researchers working out of Guadalajara are acquiring archival documents from his birthplace including the history of the Mojica family from its emigration to Nueva Espana in the mid 1500s.
Donation to Audio Visual Systems Replacement in the lectures/screenings theater
The existing sound system was donated equipment of limited capabilities. Both our lectures programs and the film screenings need higher quality sound and more user friendly capabilities for lecturers to set up.
Tango: Bring back the tango classes and end of season performance
Since the inception of the Tango lessons/concert seven years ago, it has been the single most popular ongoing program. But its costs have never been covered from ticket sales. La Senora Members/Donors who wish to bring back the Tango may donate to that fund.
Other Donations -
If you wish to make a donation in any other area of La Senora's focus, please send e-mail to specifying what your donation should be used to support.

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Dear Supporters --Together we experienced a wonderful

10th Anniversary Summer Season!!

Thank you!!


Memberships: Almost everyone remembered to send in 2015 Season dues; they are the seed money for research and planning of our 2016 Season. Your ideas and your offers of labor are as welcome as your funding. If you haven’t yet renewed your Membership, it’s not too late.  (We’ve put all the patron level member links onto this Eventbrite ticketing page.)



You may also make donations for specific purposes by choosing the donations link and sending us an e-mail advising the purpose of your donation  Currently we are recruiting funds for the following four programs:


    Performers Fund: help us pay our young chamber music performers;  


    Jose Mojica: Research and documents acquisitions;   


    Audio Visual Systems Replacement in lectures/screening theater


    Tango:  Bring back the tango classes and end of summer concert


Donations may also be specified for any activity other falling within La Senora's areas of focus.




Have questions about Membership Supports Winter 2015-6 Research? Contact La Señora Research Institute



La Señora Research Institute

La Señora reconnects our community to its history via interactive, historically accurate and intriguing educational programs designed to encompass all age and demographic groups.   La Senora enticies the diverse elements of the historical community into collaborative endeavors.

Exploring pur cultural heritage layers unearths the changes each Era has brought to one small Mexican Rancho. From Alta California as we move into the early 19th Century our focus narrows to an artistic and social mecca--a single Hacienda built on what was once Rancho land  designed  by one of Edison’s Three Tenors.  The perfect acoustics of Jose Mojica’s Music Salon enhances our chamber music,  and the 1930-40's  brought the room Anita Loos' eclectic salons filled with the creative, intellectual and famous people from around the world; until Lyle Wheeler (David Selznick's Art Director) made the hacienda his home. The over 600 films produced by these "Old Hollywood" Legends are screened along with those of their friends in our 50-seat theater.


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