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Save the dates for our upcoming summer programs! 

  • July 6-10, 2020 – Summer Day Camp (Ages 8-12) – “Before Oregon” – Monday-Friday – 9:00am-1:00pm – registration closed
  • July 13-17, 2020 – Summer Day Camp (Ages 8-12) – “Oregon Trail and Beyond” – Monday-Friday – 9:00am-1:00pm – registration closed
  • August 18, 2020 – Special Event for Teens (Ages 11-18) – “Suffragette Tea Party” – Tuesday – 10:00am-12:00pm – registration open

Become a member today and receive a discount on all of our summer programs!

All camps take place at the Willamette Heritage Center.

Possible Summer Program Revisions as a Result of Covid-19: WHC reserves the right to modify the summer camp program to be offered in an online version if the County determines the phased approach to lifting restrictions needs to be pulled back.

For concerns regarding COVID-19, please review our Communicable Disease Management Plan or contact Michelle Cordova, at 503.585.7012 ext. 223 or by email at michellec@willametteheritage.org

 

Summer Day Camps

“Make this summer an adventure in history.”

Summer Programs

$100/members $150/non-members per session

Two sessions – sign up for one or both

9:00am-1:00pm Monday-Friday

Ages 8-12

Registration for these sessions is now closed. Please check back for future updates.

Before Oregon 

Who were the inhabitants of Oregon before it became a state? Learn about the Kalapuyaearly Pacific Northwest explorers, the fur trade, and the Methodist Mission to Oregon.  Each day features lessons, activities, crafts, and games related to the people who lived and traveled in the Willamette Valley before statehood. 

Campers need a sack lunch and a water bottle.

We reserve the right to switch to a virtual platform if required.

Have questions? Please call 503-585-7012 or email Erica Osorio, Education and Volunteer Coordinator, ericao@willametteheritage.org

Registration for this session is now closed. Please check back for future updates.

Oregon Trail and Beyond 

Get a taste of what daily life was like for the people who immigrated to Oregon in the mid-1800s over the Oregon Trail and settled in the Mid-Willamette Valley.  Experience history with themed activities exploring homesteading, chores, games, and school days.

Campers need a sack lunch and a water bottle.

Registration and payment due by June 26. We reserve the right to switch to a virtual platform if required.

Have questions? Please call 503-585-7012 or email Erica Osorio, Education and Volunteer Coordinator, ericao@willametteheritage.org

Registration for this session is now closed. Please check back for future updates.

Suffragette Tea Party

Sponsored by the Teen Interpreter Program (TIP) @ WHC

Summer Programs

$15/members $20/non-members

August 18, 2020

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Tuesday

Ages 11-18

100 years ago, women across the United States finally won the right to vote thanks to the courage and endurance of women like Oregon’s own Abigail Scott Duniway. Join us for a celebratory tea party complete with costumed interpreters and a craft project. Open to teens age 11-18, costumes encouraged but not provided. Event will be limited to 10 participants.

Reserve your spot by completing the payment process below. Incomplete payments will not hold your spot. Payment will be closed when maximum of 10 participants is reached. Once your payment has been made, please register by filling out and submitting the form here. Registration and payment due by August 14. We reserve the right to switch to a virtual platform if required.

Have questions? Please call 503-585-7012 or email Kaylyn Mabey, Research Assistant and Teen Interpreter Program Coordinator, kaylynm@willametteheritage.org

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