Kids ages 8 to 12 will be guided through four fun-tastic stations ranging from a museum-wide scavenger hunt to a tree-mendous craft station. The three-hour day camp will be a fun filled and educational day for all.
We will also be holding Discovery Days on
November 29 (Cancelled), December 13, and December 20 2014.
Tickets for the day of discovery are $20 per child ($15 for CCHS members). Pre-pay today to reserve your spot as space is limited to 10 kids for each day. Call 360-993-5679 or email .
Have you ever wondered who used to live and work in your home or on your property? Well, wonder no more…
Join our resident historian Brad Richardson Saturday, November 8th or Saturday, November 22nd from 12:00pm to 3:00pm for a workshop on how to uncover the history behind your building, home, or property. Tickets are $15 ($10 for CCHS members). Space is limited, so contact us today to hold your spot.Contact us at (360) 993-5679 or by email
today to hold your spot!
On Saturday, December 6th, 2014, we invite you to our Holiday Open House & Artisans’ Market, a FREE DAY at the museum! Doors open at 10 am and the market ends at 4 pm. Come see what beautiful things our artists have made this year.
If you’re interest in being a vendor please download and complete the entry form:
Artisan Entry Form 2014
At 5:30pm, as part of Christmas in the Village, Dave’s Killer Magic will present a magic show for the kids! Then, stick around after the show to see Santa!
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.