Clark County Historical Museum

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A Sampling of February First Friday Downtown

It's the fun of First Friday again in Downtown. As you enjoy your time celebrating original art in a number of locations throughout our downtown, be sure to note some outstanding public art always on display. Three projects (Flying Umbrellas at Evergreen and Main, The Phoenix at 8th and Main, and Heart and Stone at 6th and Columbia) were commissioned by our friends at Vancouver’s Downtown Association. Downtown Property Owner Menashe Properties has added an outstanding piece recently at 11th and Main - titled 'Uskudar' - by local artist Lee Kelly.Are you a beader? Bring your project to the Clark County Historical Museum during Vancouver’s First Friday Downtown for open beading. Everyone is welcome to this free event. It’ll run from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. This is a social activity,

Ridgefield First Saturday Features Pop Up Museum

Enjoy some Red, White and Blue Historical Fun at Ridgefield First Saturday, July 2, 2016 at Overlo Park from 9 am to 3 pm. Gain a new understanding of old Ridgefield on this day full of play and discovery. Enjoy a Red, white and blue costume contest, games, icy kid and adult treats, a heritage-based scavenger hunt, convening with town elders, wine and beer garden and live music. A history lesson has never been so much fun.

Vancouver Haunted Walking Tours

Experience a spoy slant on history on a Haunted Walking Tour of Vancouver on a dark (but hopefully not stormy) night. The Clark County Historical Museum’s 5th annual Haunted Walking Tours are reanimating Fridays and Saturdays this October. The spotacular trips are at 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm each day and, new to this year, will start inside the Slocum House at Esther Short Park.

Clark County Historical Society Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary and Grand Reopening

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the Clark County Historical Society. For 100 years, committed citizens have come together to preserve our region’s history for future generations! The transformed Clark County Historical Museum opens to the public on Saturday, March 4, 2017, to host the Clark County Historical Society 100th Anniversary celebration.

History Detectives Take the Spotlight

The history detectives will highlight their investigations into some truly intriguing and previously unknown slices of Clark County’s past. The museum will also have a special item on display for this night only, which pertains to the Percival Tower mystery.

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