La Habra is also home to the annual Corn Festival, "I Love La Habra" Community Street Fair and the 4th of July fireworks spectacular, which attract thousands of people from La Habra and surrounding communities.
The Milhous Family (grandparents of the nation's 37th President, Richard Milhous Nixon) were among the first settlers in La Habra. Richard Nixon opened his first law office in La Habra, on La Habra Boulevard, the site of the current Community Center.
The City is home to the Childrens Museum at La Habra, which is housed in a 1923 Union Pacific Train Depot. The museum was conceived in 1972 and opened in 1977. It is a unique hands-on and educational facility devoted to children and the first of its kind west of the Rocky Mountains. The Museum boasts over 90,000 visitors a year.
On January 20, 2000, La Habra celebrated 75 years of incorporation and civic pride.
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