Staff and volunteers at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum have announced a packed schedule for the museum’s free 19th anniversary party Saturday, May 17. “In addition to our usual fun events, informative displays, music and activities on this day,” said Jim Price, direc
Come hear author Peg Willis Sunday, May 18, as part of the museum’s ongoing speakers series. Willis, a retired teacher from Oregon, has had a life-long love affair with the Columbia River Highway. Years of research have culminated in her new book, Building the Columbia River Highway, which was recen
Nearly 200 people turned out for the Museum’s annual silent auction and dinner. This years theme of “Tie-dyed & Bellbottoms: Remembering the 70s” brought out the groovy side of attendees with many of them showing up tie-dye, flower prints, afros, and other period garb. The Museum would li
Columbia River Gorge residents are gearing up for the 22nd annual silent auction and dinner at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson, Saturday, March 8. Across the region supporters are checking their closets and local used clothing venues for just the right outfits. This year t
The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum boasts a collection of more than 5,000 historical photographs and now copies of the most popular are available for purchase. Thanks to a herculean effort by the staff and volunteer Curator Rich Curran, more than 100 photos have been printed, matted, fram
Time prints of the millennia are boldly etched on the walls of the Columbia Gorge. They record a 40-million-year-long story of change, endurance and majesty. The first human imprints in the Gorge were left by the Indian cultures that flourished here for thousands of years, drawing both spiritual and physical strength from this.
When you visit the Columbia River Gorge Interpretive Center Museum, you are able to visualize and participate in the life of the Columbia River Gorge.