The Keepers of the Inn, Kelly and Duane Roberts, invite you to partake in a package that helps restore The Anton Clock. The Friends of the Mission Inn, an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization founded in 1969, has worked to preserve the collections of the Historic Mission Inn. This year, the Friends of the Mission Inn will present a silent movie screening “The Sheik” with musical accompaniment on the Kimball Organ by Bob Salisbury. Proceeds from the event will assist the Anton Clock restoration project.
A Moment Inn Time package includes:
- Overnight Deluxe Accommodations
- Two tickets for “The Sheik” movie screening on February 23, 2014 at 1:30 pm in the Music Room
- $25 resort gift card to spend at any of the hotel’s award-winning restaurants, lounges, Kelly’s Tuscan-inspired Spa or Kelly’s Boutique
- Complimentary valet parking
Starting at $199*
To reserve your package today, please call 800.843.7755 or click here
All reservations require an advance deposit at the time of booking. All packages are pre-paid in full, cannot be cancelled, and are non-refundable. All packages are based on double occupancy, and additional occupant fees will apply. Packages inclusive of breakfast are not applicable towards Brunch. All rates and packages are subject to availability. Gift cards are not redeemable for currency. All information is subject to change. Package available February 22 - 23, 2014.
About the Anton Clock of The Historic Mission Inn
The Anton Clock Tower is the most visible clock in the MissionInn’s Spanish Patio. The Clock dates back to 1709 and is called the Anton Clock after Walt A. Dyer’s story “The Vision of Anton.” The book was published by Frank Miller, the former Master of the Inn. In 1952, Allis Miller Hutchings added the five moving figures below the clock that includes, the California Bear, a California American Indian, Juan Bautista de Anza (A Spanish explorer camped in what became Riverside), St. Francis, and Father Junipero Serra.