Member Appreciation Month 2019

April is Member Appreciation Month! Members are the foundation of the Clark County Historical Society and Museum, and we have planned some exciting Member Appreciation Month events to show our gratitude for their support.

Current members are invited to join us for these free activities and extra perks. Please know that eventspace is limited and reservations are required.

Email us at events@cchmuseum.org or give us a call today at 360-993-5679 to reserve your spot.

Need to renew, or not a member? Renew or join us here.

Pomeroy Living History Farm & Wine Tasting 

Saturday, April 6 – Enjoy an afternoon at Pomeroy Cellars Winery and Tasting Room located at the Pomeroy Farm in Yacolt, Washington. Taste their decadent wine, peek inside the historic log house and barn, and tour the beautiful gardens. (This is a 21+ only event.)

The Life and Works of Mary Barnard

Saturday, April 13 – Betty Bell will give a talk about her friend, Mary Barnard. A poet, biographer and Greek translator, Barnard created award-winning poetry and led a fascinating life.

Old City Cemetery Walking Tour Preview

Saturday, April 27 – In a special preview, be the first to take our brand new Old City Cemetery Walking Tour, led by our very own executive director, Brad Richardson.

CCHM Members Scanning Day

Your Clark County photos could be featured in an upcoming exhibit!

Saturday, April 27 – Are you a member? Do you have historical images you’d like to share with the community? We’re looking for original images valuable to Clark County history. Specifically, we’re seeking images that fit within the following themes: breweries, wineries, prohibition, celebrations, rivers, roads, and ports. 

Members may bring up to five (5) original photos to be donated, or scanned and returned, during our Scanning Day event on Saturday, April 27. Please call the museum at 360-993-5679 or email us to schedule an appointment. 

Space is limited for all of our Member Appreciation Month events.
Please make your reservation early

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