Join us for a live broadcast of the syndicated Roger Hedgecock Show on Wednesday, April 13th at the Reagan Ranch Center (located at 217 State Street in downtown Santa Barbara).
Roger will be broadcasting his show live from 3:00—6:00PM PST. Guests will have the opportunity to tour the Reagan Ranch Center’s Exhibit Galleries both an hour before and after the broadcast.
What: Live Broadcast of the Roger Hedgecock Show
When: Wednesday, April 13, 2011
LIVE Broadcast from 3:00—6:00PM
Exhibit Galleries Open from 2:00—3:00PM & 6:00—7:00PM
Where: The Reagan Ranch Center
217 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
For more information about the Roger Hedgecock Show visit http://www.rogerhedgecock.com
About the Reagan Ranch Center Exhibit Galleries
President Reagan’s home for 25 years and the Western White House during the height of the Cold War, the Reagan Ranch embodies the life and ideas of Ronald Reagan. In the spring of 1998, Young America’s Foundation stepped forward to save the Reagan Ranch; eight years later, in June 2006, the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara opened its doors. This Schoolhouse for Reaganism serves as an important complement to the Ranch itself.
These galleries feature original Reagan Ranch artifacts matched with state-of-the-art, interactive, multimedia exhibits that highlight the history of Ronald Reagan’s quarter-century at Rancho del Cielo and the accomplishments of his presidency.
Over six hours of dynamic multimedia exhibits provide access to exclusive speeches, interviews, radio addresses, and original video presentations. The centerpiece of the gallery is a 28-foot-long interactive “timeline” that gives users the ability to explore the “Western White House” during the 1980s.
The galleries also feature several unique collections on display, including the Lorraine Wagner Letter Collection, a nearly 300-piece collection of letters written by Ronald Reagan over a 50-year period and the Russell D. Sibert Collection, featuring rare Reagan-related memorabilia such as campaign buttons, posters, and commemorative items.
A massive, 5,000 pound section of the Berlin Wall—torn down 20 years ago—greets visitors as they arrive at the Reagan Ranch Center, reminding the world of Ronald Reagan’s role in eliminating this assault on human dignity and freedom. The president’s famous blue Jeep Scrambler, complete with “Gipper” license plate sits in the Center of gallery, flanked by a selection of his favorite books, an original saddle, and chainsaw owned and used by President Reagan.
The Reagan Ranch Center is designed to engage visitors of all ages; younger children can even earn their “Junior Secret Service Clearance” by completing a fun and educational scavenger hunt.