It’s that time of year again and the staff and volunteers at the Interpretive Center are ready for a night of fun. It will be Saturday, March 11, with Mark J Duo band for music. Dinner will be catered by the Skamania Lodge and they also will tend the no-host bar. Last year regional merchants donated more than 200 items for the silent auction and door prizes. Thank you for that, but we need your help again. The museum depends heavily on its fundraising, with that money going toward operations, preservations and educational outreach.
Ticket sales to the event are limited to 200 and are $50 each ($60 after March 6) reserved or sponsored tables for eight are available with corporate or family signage for $400.
Are you looking to host an office party, wedding, birthday party, class reunion, or maybe just a great get together? If so we would love to host it.
The museum boasts thousands of square feet of available space including a meeting room, theater, large outdoor patio, as well as the Grand Gallery. Our staff would love to show you the space and help make your event one to remember.
Learn more about our After Hours rental here, or contact us at (800) 991-2338.
First Peoples focuses on the history of the original people to live in this area of the Gorge, the Cascade Chinook. The Emory Strong Library is also visible, showing his collection of early-man artifacts.
The largest gallery in the museum is Harvesting Resources, which focuses on the timber and fishing industries in the Gorge. It also contains a waterfall. Four very large artifacts are on display.