Hesperia Hall...about the Hall and Foundation
What we now know as the Hesperia Hall was constructed as the Shiloh
Baptist Church in 1894 using native redwood timber.  It has survived
virtually intact from that time due to the dedication of the local
community.  The church was disbanded in 1922, at which time the
Hesperia Farm Bureau was formed and took over responsibility for the
Hall.  In 1987 the Farm Bureau transitioned into the Hesperia
Community Hall, which in turn became the Hesperia Hall Foundation in
2002, which is a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3) organization as
defined by the Internal Revenue Service.

Hesperia Hall Foundation is committed to the following objectives:
Provide educational opportunities for the Bryson-Hesperia community
in such areas as college and trade school scholarships, music
education, rural life skills, history, local environmental issues and
agricultural methods applicable to our area.
Preserve and maintain Hesperia Hall as a suitable meeting and
educational structure to facilitate the educational objectives as stated
above.






















Driving Directions:

From the South: Take Hwy 101 to the Jolon Road exit just past
Bradley, go 15 miles to Lockwood and turn left on Interlake Road, go 8
miles to Bryson-Hesperia Road and turn right, go approx. 1 mile and
turn right on Hesperia Hall Road.

From the North: Take Hwy 101 to the Jolon Road exit just before King
City, go 24 miles to Lockwood and turn right on Interlake Road, go 8
miles to Bryson-Hesperia Road and turn right, go approx. 1 mile and
turn right on Hesperia Hall Road.

Board of Directors for 2017:
Fred Kenyon- President
Ed Buntz - Vice
President/Scholarship Chairman
Lois Lindley - Treasurer
Beth Winters - Secretary
Cherie Landon -  - Director
Delfina Pineda - Director
Rupert Lyle- Director​
Collin Riley​- Director​
​Tammy Allen- Director​


Additional ​Hall Duties:

Carol Kenyon
Hall Scheduling​ &
Membership​ Chairperson​

Jan Smith-Ramseier​
Hall Historian​
Please click on the following site to see a tribute to
our favorite Hesperia Hall historian Wayne Harris in
celebration of his 75th birthday.  His son Troy has
established the site and it is informative and fun, so
take the tour to learn some local history in honor of
one of our heroes!
http://www.faithful.name/hesperia/