Join us at Heritage Farm September 27th from 10am to 3pm for our FREE 2014 Harvest Fun Day and Food Drive!
This event is a great way to connect to Clark County’s agricultural heritage and give back to your community by picking foods from Heritage Farm gardens for donation to the Clark County Food Bank.
Bring a can of food for our food donation bins and participate in fun activities including making your own ice cream, decorating pumpkins, creating a pinecone birdfeeder, hands-on animal exhibitions, plant sales, art activities, a corn shucking contest and more!
Participating organizations include our friends at the WSU Extension, Clark County, Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County, Master Composter/Recycler program, Vancouver Urban Forestry, Washington Old Time Fiddlers Association, Clark County Food Bank, Lions Club and the Clark Cowlitz Farm Bureau.
It’s Haunted Walking Tour Season! Experience a spooky slant on history on a Clark County Historical Museum walking tour on a dark (but hopefully not stormy) night. Reserve your spot now, as these popular tours fill up quickly!
Tours start at the museum at 7 pm and 9 pm every Friday and Saturday in October (except Halloween). Age 13 and over, please.
Reservations and prepayment are REQUIRED for the haunted walking tours. Space is limited to 25 people per tour, so you MUST call us at (360) 993-5679 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spots, then prepay the $10 admission fee ($8 for current CCHS members) in person at the museum during regular open hours or online via the yellow Paypal ‘Donate’ button at the top left of this page.
Unpaid seats will not be held after the posted start time of each tour.
Frugal Family Fun Awaits! Come to the museum to pick up your copy of Mr. Carnegie’s Grand Tour of Washington and Oregon. The passport is your guide to an automobile adventure celebrating Carnegie libraries. Visit three locations and be entered to win a prize! Fill out your Carnegie library scavenger hunt and learn more about these wonderful buildings!
This passport was developed by the Carnegie Library Consortium of Washington (CLCW), a special initiative of the Clark County Historical Museum. The CLCW wishes to promote awarness and preservation of Carnegie library buildings by sharing their history and heritage, and by promoting related tourism and commerce.
Click here to learn more about Mr. Carnegie’s Grand Tour.