New at Kimberly Crest

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Back Pond Beautification Project

The back pond is  looking much different!    The area around the back pond has been landscaped with a new decomposed granite walking path, new plants and a larger grass area.  A brick entrance to the path sits next to a new sago palm and the path meanders through the back garden area towards the pond.

Photograph Scanner

The recent acquisition of a high quality scanner has allowed priceless photographs from the collection to be uploaded into our museum software and online.  This allows us to track and store fragile images as well utilize them in displays, social media and advertising.  The photography collection is extensive and to efficiently complete this task Kimberly Crest is taking applications for a Collections Intern.  For more information and to complete the application please visit KimberlyCrest.Org/Internships.

Thank-you to the Daughters of the American Revolution for your donation towards the purchase of the scanner.





Amazon Smile

Amazon is the largest internet based retailer in the world.  Through Smile.Amazon.Com shoppers can raise money for their favorite organizations while still experiencing the ease and variety of shopping with Amazon.  For every purchase that you make through Amazon Smile Amazon will donate a percentage of the sale to the charity of your choice.  Don’t forget to select the Kimberly-Shirk Association before you start shopping!

Kimberly Junior Scholarship

Calling all Kimberly Juniors!  The deadline to submit your application to be considered for the Kimberly Crest Kimberly Junior $500 Scholarship is coming up.  The scholarship winner will be announced at the Annual Meeting* May 6th.  For more information contact us at Info@KimberlyCrest.Org.

*A back-up date may be chosen based on the number of entries.

Collaborations with the Historical Glass Museum

Kimberly Crest and the Historical Glass Museum of Redlands are pairing up again.  We are heading into our third year of collaborating on exhibits and decorations with the Glass Museum and looking forward to their display for our April Second Sunday program.  The Historical Glass Museum has the largest collection of American made glass west of the Mississippi River and is located in the heart of downtown Redlands.  For more information visit HistoricalGlassMuseum.Com.

Cleaning Days

Thank-you to our dedicated Docents, Board Members and Collection Committee members for keeping Kimberly Crest beautiful!  Cleaning days are held throughout the year in order to protect and preserve the items in our collection.  In March the second floor was done.

Get Involved

  • Donate today!  Your tax deductible donation also makes you a Friend of Kimberly Crest.
  • Sponsorship opportunities are available for upcoming 2017 events.  Please call the office 909-792-2111.
  • Volunteer!  The following positions are available: Gardens, Events, Office, and Collections.  Or, if you are short on time join us for a garden work day.  KimberlyCrest.Org/Kimberly-Shirk-Association/Volunteer
  • Legacy Society.  Consider joining our Legacy Society by making Kimberly Crest House & Gardens part of your estate planning.  Please call the office 909-792-2111 for more information.


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Kimberly Crest House & Gardens

1325 Prospect Drive Redlands, Ca 92373
Kimberly Crest is located on Prospect Dr off Highland Ave and not Fountain Ave.

Kimberly Crest House & Gardens is located approximately two miles south of downtown Redlands. The community of Redlands is between Los Angeles and Palm Springs on Interstate 10.

Traveling east on Interstate 10, take the Ford Street exit and turn right onto Ford Street. Turn right onto Redlands Blvd. and then left onto Highland Avenue. Go past the first stop sign (Cajon St.). Prospect Drive is the first driveway on the left.

Traveling west, take the Redlands Blvd./Ford St. exit. The exit ramp will turn into Redlands Blvd. Turn left onto Highland Avenue. Go past the first stop sign (Cajon St.). Prospect Drive is the first driveway on the left.

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