Coming Events

Exciting happenings at the museum!

Kalapuyans of the Willamette Valley, A Lecture Series

As part of the Launch of our new exhibit tracing the history of the valley’s Native American tribes we will be presenting three lectures by the three creators of the exhibit.

On February 7 David Lewis, PhD will be telling “Stories of the Kalapuyans of the Central Valley”.

On March 6 Paul Baxter, PhD will tell a “Long Story Short, Cascadia Cave turns 10,000”.

On April 17th Tom Connolly, PhD will discuss “Kalapuyan Archaeology: The Cultural Record Before 1800”.

All are free and will take place at 7:00 PM at the First Baptist Church of Brownsville, 27910 Seven Mile Lane.

The museum will be open from 6:00 till 6:45 if you would like to view the new exhibit before attending the lecture.

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