WELCOME TO THE

CASHMERE MUSEUM &

PIONEER VILLAGE

We are open 10 am - 4 pm, every day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS - 2019
 

Volunteers pouring the concrete for the Museum!

Volunteers pouring the concrete for the Museum!

Saturday, June 29, 2019 from 10 am - 4 pm; and 8:00 pm

What’s sixty years young on the outside and thousands of years old on the inside? WE ARE!

The Cashmere Museum opened in 1959, and houses Native art, artifacts, and material culture from thousands of years ago to the present, along with pioneer objects and local natural history.

To celebrate Founders’ Day, admission will be free all day. AND! At 8:00 pm, after the parade, the Museum will host a reading by B. Lance Brender of his soon to be released book
Images of America: Cashmere (Arcadia).

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AUTHOR EVENT WITH L. BURTON BRENDER
Saturday, June 29th at 8 pm

Join Cashmere-born author L. Burton Brender at the Cashmere Museum, as he reads excerpts from his forthcoming book
Images of America: Cashmere (Arcadia).

Light refreshments will be served. The event is free, in honor of Cashmere’s Founders’ Day weekend.
Donations are greatly appreciated and gladly accepted!

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TBW instructor helping make a bow…

TBW instructor helping make a bow…

…and participants with their finished bows!

…and participants with their finished bows!

WAJAM
Saturday, July 13th and Sunday, July 14th

For ages 8 - 16.
The event is free, but space is limited to 25.

Hosted by the Traditional Bowhunters of Washington (TBW), this two day* workshop will have your child build a bow and then learn the basis of archery safety and technique.

Contact the Museum on 509-782-3230 or email us at info@cashmeremuseum.org to reserve a place!

*Participants should be able to attend both days, but must be present for Saturday.

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