Linn County Historical Museum Advisory Commission
The Linn County Historical Museum Advisory Commission is a citizen advisory commission consisting of 10 Linn County citizens representing various geographic areas of the County and volunteer museum support organizations. Museum Commissioners serve three-year terms.
The purpose of The Linn County Historical Museum Advisory Commission is to advise the Linn County Parks and Recreation Director on matters relating to the operation, maintenance, promotion and development of the Linn County Historical Museum and the Moyer House. The Linn County Board of County Commissioners establishes all major policies governing the Historical Museum and the Moyer House.
To become a member of the Advisory Commission:
The Linn County Historical Museum Advisory Commission generally meets on the second Monday of each month at 4pm. The Commission meetings are held at the Linn County Historical Museum in Brownsville, Oregon.
Notices of meeting dates, times and locations are published in local newspapers, and are available by contacting:
Linn County Parks & Recreation Department . . . (541) 967-3917 | e-mail
Linn County Historical Museum . . . (541) 466-3390 | e-mail
Linn County Historical Museum Trust, Inc.
The Linn County Historical Museum Trust and the Linn County Parks and Recreation Department have created a “Heritage Courtyard” just outside the front entrance to the museum. The Heritage Courtyard celebrates families and individuals who came to the Willamette Valley by 1950. It contains a wall created from purchased bricks etched with the names of family, friends, or loved ones. Visitors are encouraged to use the courtyard as a gathering and resting space.
The wall will continue to expand as more Heritage Bricks are purchased. These bricks help fund ongoing preservation and improvement projects for the Museum and the Moyer House. To purchase a Heritage Brick click on the link below. Each brick will cost $100.00 and is tax deductible.
Thank you for your support.