Military History Talk – The U.S. Army’s Love Affair with Coffee

O.O. Howard House 750 Anderson St., Vancouver, WA, United States

Join us for this interesting and eye-opening presentation by the Vancouver Barracks Military Association! A now-forgotten staff officer once said, “The U.S. Army can fight any battle without a morning […]

Providence Academy Evening Tours

Have you ever seen the inside of the iconic Providence Academy? Add a historic tour to your Friday night plans! Reserve a spot here: https://tinyurl.com/providenceacademytours

Summer Fest 2024- Fun Summer Events

The Bandstand at Fort Vancouver (across from The Grant House, 1101 Officers Row) 612 E Reserve St, Vancouver, WA, United States

Join us throughout the summer for an amazing series of events all held at the Fort Vancouver National Site! All events are free to attend and everyone is welcome. The […]

Officers Row Trees Walking Tour

Join City of Vancouver Urban Forestry staff on Tuesday, June 25 at noon for a walking tour to learn more about the tree species along Officers Row. Historic Trust staff […]

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Summer Fest 2024 – Picnic in the Park

Join us for a Picnic in the Park! Join us at the Fort Vancouver Historic Site for a wonderful community event filled with a full day of activities for families […]

How Beer Might Save Democracy

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington partner to present a discussion with Michael Goldsby .  Polarized politics have turned Americans against their fellow Americans. Pew reports that Americans’ contempt for […]

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That Ribbon of Highway: Woody Guthrie in the Pacific Northwest

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington partner to present a discussion with Joel Underwood.  Folksinger and activist Woody Guthrie composed 26 songs in 30 days while riding along the Columbia […]

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Coming Home: How the Nez Perce Tribe Regained Their Cultural Heritage

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington partner to present a discussion with Trevor James Bond.  Belongings deeply important to tribal communities are often housed in museums far away from those […]

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