Halloween Hangar

Pearson Field Education Center 201A East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA

FREE Spooky Science for the Whole Family! Experiments! Treats! Fly the Flight Simulator! Make Glowing Slime!  

Free

Field Trip

Pearson Field Education Center 201A East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA
Free

Field Trip

Pearson Field Education Center 201A East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA
Free

Special Saturday: Hands on History

Artillery Barracks 600 E Hatheway, Vancouver, Washington

Special Saturday: Hands on History October 16 10:00 to 2:00 Location: Artillery Barracks This is the perfect day for families to explore the “Fighting for the Right to Fight” exhibit as they explore the stories and artifacts of African American Experiences in World War II. Kids of all ages can sit behind the wheel of […]

The Triple Nickels-The 555th Parachute Infantry in WWII

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The Triple Nickels-The 555th Parachute Infantry in WWII Nov. 18 at 7:00 pm Location: Virtual Join retired Army Sergeant Major Chris Lewis, Director of Education and Volunteer Services at the National Infantry Museum, for a talk about the 555th Parachute Infantry. These pioneering soldiers formed the ranks of the first African American Parachute Infantry unit […]

Special Saturday: Rediscovering DB Cooper

Pearson Field Education Center 201A East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA

Special Saturday: Rediscovering DB Cooper November 20th- from 10am to 2pm It's the 50th year anniversary of the DB Cooper Skyjacking. Explore the forensics and engineering behind his mystery with fun, hands-on science activities at our Special Saturday at Pearson Field Education Center. All ages welcome! Thank you to Columbia Credit Union for sponsoring this […]

Special Saturday: Santa at the Marshall House

The Marshall House 1301 Officers Row, Vancouver, WA

Special Saturday: Santa at the Marshall HouseSanta is here at our beautiful Marshall House, traditionally decorated for the holidays to take photos and receive hand delivered letters and wish lists. Guests can make holiday crafts, listen to a holiday story and simply enjoy some quality family time. All children will receive goodie bags with hot […]

Vancouver’s First Black Families with Melissa Williams

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Melissa Williams (she/her) is a U.S. historian who concentrates on African American history. Over the past 20 years, she has contributed to numerous projects for organizations and educational institutions including the Center for Columbia River History, Vancouver NAACP #1139, the Clark County Historical Museum, and Portland State University. Williams earned a B.A. in History from […]