SESCAL  2021

 

The 77th Annual Stamp Exhibition of Southern California  - CANCELLED

2nd Annual SESCAL Virtual Literature Exhibit of Philatelic Articles - NOT CANCELLED

Click here for Literature Page

The SESCAL show committee received word from the Ontario Convention Center that the facility is no longer available on the second week of October this year.  We were naturally disappointed since we had “reserved” the facility for that date.  It is too late to find another venue for this year, so the Committee has cancelled SESCAL 2021 except for the literature exhibit, which is virtual.  We will begin our planning for next year’s SESCAL and start to look for an alternative venue.

The SESCAL Literature Exhibit of Articles will continue in 2021 as an online virtual competition.  The 2020 Literature Exhibit was a great success.  Details at https://sescal.org/literature-exhibit/

Note:  All other information  (except that for the 2021 Literature Exhibit)  is from our last SESCAL in 2019 before COVID-19 shut down the physical show.  Stay safe and well!

Admission to the Show is Free

Show hours:
Friday & Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am to 4pm – Exhibits Close at 3:30pm

Location
Ontario Convention Center

2000 E. Convention Center Way
Ontario, CA 91764
Telephone: (909) 937-3000

Ontario Convention Center

Note: The normal parking fee at the Ontario Convention Center is $10.00 per day without in and out privileges. Parking for visitors to our show have usually been able to park at reduced parking rate of $8.00 per vehicle entry with (no in and out privileges). Our visitor parking rate for 2020 is still to be determined.

Hotel

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario
Airport

222 North Vineyard Avenue, Ontario, California. 91764-4431
Telephone:  909-937-0900

More hotel information

SESCAL 2020 rates TBD

Theme 2020

In these difficult COVID-19 times, we dedicated our 2020 theme to our First Responders.  Thank you all!

 

All First Responders

  • On the right is a Forever stamp issued September 13, 2018 honoring honoring firefighters, emergency medics and law enforcement.
  • The middle stamps with a value of 4 cents was issued December 28, 1961 shows a student nurse lighting a cande.
  • At the left is a 3 cent stamp issued June, 9, 1947  and is from a painting by Sir Luke Fides called “The Doctor”