History Town Hall

History Town Hall for Amboy & Yacolt

The evening will begin with a moderated panel discussion comprised of community historians. Each panelist will delve into the historical people, places, or moments they feel embody the spirit of Yacolt and Amboy history. A question-and-answer session with the audience will follow. During that time, the community historians and citizens of Yacolt and Amboy will examine the cities’ place in Clark County history and share stories about their history and home.

These town halls, held in the different Clark County communities, will act as an inspiration for each community’s representation in future exhibits. Each evening will be recorded and reviewed by those working on programs and exhibitions.

The North Clark Historical Museum is located at 21416 N.E. 399th St. in Amboy. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the discussion will start at 7 p.m. Admission is free. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at info@cchmuseum.org or by phone at 360-993-5679. To learn more about upcoming programs and exhibits at the museum, visit www.cchmuseum.org.

History Town Hall for Amboy & Yacolt

Join the Clark County Historical Museum at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 17, at the North Clark Historical Museum in Amboy for the next installment of a series of countywide town hall conversations about each community’s history and heritage. This next town hall meeting will focus on Yacolt and Amboy.

The evening will begin with a moderated panel discussion comprised of community historians. Each panelist will delve into the historical people, places, or moments they feel embody the spirit of Yacolt and Amboy history. A question-and-answer session with the audience will follow. During that time, the community historians and citizens of Yacolt and Amboy will examine the cities’ place in Clark County history and share stories about their history and home.

These town halls, held in the different Clark County communities, will act as an inspiration for each community’s representation in future exhibits. Each evening will be recorded and reviewed by those working on programs and exhibitions.

The North Clark Historical Museum is located at 21416 N.E. 399th St. in Amboy. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the discussion will start at 7 p.m. Admission is free. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at info@cchmuseum.org or by phone at 360-993-5679. To learn more about upcoming programs and exhibits at the museum, visit www.cchmuseum.org.

Above image: the old Lewis Hotel in Yacolt, date unknown

History Town Hall in Vancouver

Join the Clark County Historical Museum at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 15, at its downtown Vancouver location for the next installment in its series of countywide town hall conversations about each community’s history and heritage. These town halls, held in the different Clark County communities, will act as an inspiration for each community’s representation in future exhibits. Each evening will be recorded and reviewed by those working on the exhibitions.

The evening will begin with a moderated panel discussion comprised of community historians. Each panelist will delve into the historical people, places, or moments he or she feels embodies the spirit of Vancouver history. A question-and-answer session with the audience will follow. During that time, the community historians and citizens of Vancouver will examine the city’s place in Clark County history and along the way tell many great stories about their history and home.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the discussion will start at 7 p.m. Admission is free. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at info@cchmuseum.org or by phone at 360-993-5679. The Clark County Historical Society and Museum is committed to responsible collections stewardship, innovative collaboration and inspiring exhibitions and programs that engage the community in an exploration of Clark County’s past, present and future. The museum is located at 1511 Main St. in downtown Vancouver. To learn more, visit www.cchmuseum.org.

History Town Hall in Vancouver

Join the Clark County Historical Museum at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 15, at its downtown Vancouver location for the next installment in its series of countywide town hall conversations about each community’s history and heritage. These town halls, held in the different Clark County communities, will act as an inspiration for each community’s representation in future exhibits. Each evening will be recorded and reviewed by those working on the exhibitions.

The evening will begin with a moderated panel discussion comprised of community historians. Each panelist will delve into the historical people, places, or moments he or she feels embodies the spirit of Vancouver history. A question-and-answer session with the audience will follow. During that time, the community historians and citizens of Vancouver will examine the city’s place in Clark County history and along the way tell many great stories about their history and home.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the discussion will start at 7 p.m. Admission is free. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at info@cchmuseum.org or by phone at 360-993-5679. The Clark County Historical Society and Museum is committed to responsible collections stewardship, innovative collaboration and inspiring exhibitions and programs that engage the community in an exploration of Clark County’s past, present and future. The museum is located at 1511 Main St. in downtown Vancouver. To learn more, visit www.cchmuseum.org.

La Center History Town Hall

Join the Clark County Historical Museum and the La Center Historical Museum at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 6, at the La Center Community Center at 1000 E. 4th St. in La Center. for the next installment of our series of countywide town hall conversations about each community’s history and heritage.

The evening will begin with a moderated panel discussion comprised of community historians. Each panelist will delve into the historical people, places, or moments they feel embody the spirit of La Center history. A question and answer session with the audience will follow. During that time, the community historians and citizens of La Center will examine the city’s place in Clark County history and along the way tell many great stories about their history and home.

The Clark County Historical Museum is developing a permanent exhibition telling the overall story of Clark County’s history. These town halls, held in the different Clark County communities, will act as an inspiration for each community’s representation in this story. Each evening will be recorded and reviewed by those working on the exhibition.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the discussion will start at 6 p.m. Admission is free. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at info@cchmuseum.org or 360-993-5679. You can also visit the website at www.cchmuseum.org (although the website—as well as the museum itself—is presently undergoing a bit of remodeling and updating).