Knitting and Crochet Workshop
Bring a project or start one. Help is available. All levels welcome.
Fri. 12/2, 12/16, 1/6, 1/20, 2/3, 2/17 10-12pm
Did You Know?
Oregon author Ken Bilderback provides little-known information on how our local Atfaliti Indians were pushed to today's Wapato Lake near Gaston as settlers invaded their homelands. He will also reveal some uncovered facts about an infamous murder in Tualatin.
Wed. 12/7 1pm
“The Good Old Days” in Tualatin
Tualatin Historical Society co-founder Loyce Martinazzi moderates a discussion among old-timers who remember the ways things were during the years they worked or lived with their families here.
Wed. 1/4 1pm
New Technologies Meet Ancient Fossils
Julian Gray, CEO of the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals in Hillsboro, explores how micro-photography and new software can open up our eyes even more to the world of small gems, minerals, and fossils. He will focus on Pleistocene artifacts at the museum.
Thurs. 1/19 7pm
Treasures in the THS Attic
Members of Tualatin Historical Society will show and describe various artifacts from the Society's collection that help define our city's past. Some of these treasures are seldom displayed.
Wed. 2/1 1pm
Marine One – Presidential Helicopters
Norb Murray, former Marine helicopter pilot in SE Asia, shares what it was like to be part of the presidential helicopter squadron flying dignitaries and special missions. Focus will include types of helicopters used as Marines served our nation in this unique way. Norb calls Tualatin home in retirement.
Thurs. 2/16 7pm
Need a place for your gathering?
Call 503.885.1926 for more information about how to rent this unique facility for your holiday party, anniversaries, reunions, meetings, and weddings.
Engraved Memorial and Honorary Bricks
Bricks are still available for purchase for our heritage garden patio. For the time being,
4 x 8 inch bricks are holding at $50 and will increase to $75 in the future. They make great gifts. Pick up an order form at the Heritage Center or request one by email or mail from the Heritage Center by calling 503.885.1926.