Yakima Valley Museum
TODAY IN 1916
Construction began on a $60,000 three-story apartment house on the N.E. corner of Yakima Avenue and 4th Street. Years later, this building would become the downtown Montgomery Wards store.
EXHIBITS

Miocene ForestSasquatch Revealed at the Yakima Valley Museum from April 5, 2014 through December 27, 2014. The exhibit was compiled and curated by Christopher Murphy for the Museum of Vancourver (BC, Canada).


JapaneseLand of Joy and Sorrow: Japanese Pioneers of the Yakima Valley
This exhibition traces the story of the Japanese families who settled in the Yakima Valley. Exhibit ongoing.

EVENTS
Tuesday - July 22,2014  at 10:00 AM
ECW- Liberty Bottleworks
You can go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the factory that creates the only American-made bottle in the marketplace. Liberty Bottleworks uses recycled product to create a 100% recyclable product. For more information click here

Thursday - July 24,2014  at 10:00 AM
ECW- Central Washington Agricultural Museum
Our last event will be a tour through time to learn how early settlers worked the land in the Yakima Valley. We already visited Gilbert Orchards to explore the agricultural technologies of today, but how did we do that work before? For more information click here

 

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