As part of Washington State’s $4.2 billion capital budget, approved earlier this year, the museum’s front steps will be replaced over the coming weeks.
Access to the building will be directed through our back ADA entrance. Please check-in at the front desk on the second floor (L2).
The project is still ongoing. Contact us for more info.
Turn your stories into written records for posterity. Each story workshops will be held on a Saturday from 1:00-2:30 pm at the Clark County Historical Museum. Contact us to save your seat(s) at 360-993-5673 or by email.
September 15 – Telling Stories with Your Family Heirlooms, presented by Martin Middlewood, Clark County History Annual Book Editor
First Thursday Speaker Series, October 4 – According to WA State’s Department of Archaeology & Historical Preservation (DAHP), “No single person in the history of Southwest Washington has had a greater impact on the physical built environment than architect Day Hilborn. His projects span a 40-year period and define many of the cultural institutions of the city (and state).”
At our next speaker event, join CCHM Board Member, Sean Denniston, as he presents, “Architect’s Archive: The Work of Day Hilborn.” Doors open at 5:00 PM, event begins at 7:00 PM. Click here to learn more.
Photos courtesy of Google Maps, DAHP website, and CCHM’s Digital Archive. Series is sponsored by Clark County’s Historic Preservation Commission.