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History of The Salton Sea Part 1

Lets take you back 215 years of amazing history, few more years back before the 1905 “accident” happen that created this eden paradise. Before it was called a “sea” it was refer to as the Salton Sink. Which kind of is common sense because this was an area of 1’000 acres of extremely pure rock […]

El Progreso has two new writers!

El Progreso is welcoming two new writers for the Summer 2015 issue.     Please meet :   Yajayra Gonzalez im eighteen years old ,i’ve been living in North Shore,CA. since August 18 of the 2014. Before i got to North Shore i was living in Mexicali,Mexico , there the conditions of having success on […]

Delicias Laguna Azul coming this Sunday, December 7th!

Come out to the North Shore Yacht Club this Sunday from 12 to 3pm for a fun-filled day of community and supporting local North Shore businesses! Delicious food, snacks, and other clothing and hair accessories will be available for purchase at North Shore’s first ever community marketplace. There will be live music in a friendly, […]

The Last Day

Posted by Judith Today was the last day in the art program.  We had Kevin Kalman to come.  We showed  him the museum staff, post cards from the past, our museum design, our museum collection, and the North Shore history.

Die-Off

By Bryan and Miguel Yesterday, there were a lot of dead fish in the North Shore Salton Sea and the fishes went to the edge and with the sun they got rotten.   We drew pictures of the dead fish and created a Dead Fish Gallery.

Our Museum Opening!

By Evelyn Our North Shore Museum opening was a wonderful success! On Thursday, August 7th, we opened our museum to our families and friends and gave them guided tours of our exhibits. We welcomed two special guests: Kevin Kalman, General Manager at Desert Recreation District, and Gretchen Perez, a historian with the Coachella Valley History […]

Drawing is a way of seeing…

By Evelyn Today we spent the morning before our Museum Opening learning about observational drawing skills while our friends finished their work on their animations for our film “The Forgotten Lake.” We learned about blind contour drawing, drawing with our “opposite hand”, and drawing “with our brains.” After several drawing warm ups we worked on […]