CCHM’s First Thursday event on September 3rd hosts a town hall style discussion with Jack Graves, chief cultural officer of Burgerville. Find out how Burgerville not only has served up fast food throughout its history but has made sustainable business practices a significant part of their brand. Be sure to come by early to explore our associated exhibit Food for Thought: Clark County’s Food History, which features artifacts, documents and images from our collection that illustrates the shifting landscape of food in our region. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $2 for children under 18, and free with a museum membership. Doors will open at 5:00pm and the lecture will start at 7:00pm. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at email@example.com or by phone at 360-993-5679. We offer local history at your fingertips!
Upcoming Events & Classes
Fall in love with urban husbandry!
Join us on September 5, 2015 at 9:00am at Urban Snail CSA to get an introduction to the fascinating world of urban husbandry! Learn what you’ll need to get started with your own low-effort backyard flock of chicken, and, yes, even ducks. Life cycles, coop designs, breed selection, care and feeding for health and egg production, protection from predators, and ways of integrating your chickens or ducks into your garden are all discussed in this amazing workshop. You’ll meet CSA Rachel Feston’s flock, see her set-up and get hands on experience chicken wrangling. Plus she’ll point you to good locations in Clark County to purchase your chickens, ducks, feed, and resources. This class is in conjunction with our exhibit Food for Thought: Clark County’s Food History. Tickets are $5 ($3 for members). RSVP is required and space is limited.
Out of respect for our speaker, guests will receive a message with her address when they RSVP.
Please contact us at (360) 993-5679 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org today for more information and to hold your spot!
And now for something REALLY SCARY…
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 email@example.com 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 TOUR SPOTS WILL NOT BE HELD! Due to an unprecedented number of ‘no-shows’ – all tours must be prepaid by 4 pm the DAY BEFORE YOUR TOUR. Unpaid spots will be released.
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.