All the Rage: How American Politics Boiled Over

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington Partner to present this timely and fascinating discussion with Professor Steven Stehr. Professor Steven Stehr investigates the roots and consequences of the dysfunction that characterizes the current state of politics in America. Stehr leads a conversation that asks, how did our political spaces become war zones? Click HERE for […]

The Historic Trust 25th Anniversary

Artillery Barracks 600 E Hatheway, Vancouver, Washington

On Thursday, October 12, we will gather to celebrate 25 years of The Historic Trust. Please join us to toast where we've been and where we're going! Registration Information: www.eventcreate.com/e/trust25

Pumpkin Party! Pop-Up Children’s Museum

Artillery Barracks 600 E Hatheway, Vancouver, Washington

Join The Historic Trust for a fun, FREE, morning play and exploration with our partner, the Columbia Play Project! With hands-on activities, silly experiences that make learning fun, the opportunity to try a mini-pumpkin launch and glow-in-the-dark giveaways, this will be an event too fun to miss! Costumes encouraged! Artillery Barracks 600 Hatheway Road Vancouver […]

Atomic Washington: Our Nuclear Past, Present, and Future

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington Partner to present a discussion with Steve Olson as he reveals the many influences of nuclear material on Washington State, and the many ways in which our state has been a pioneer in the atomic age.  Please join us for this intriguing discussion. Click HERE for details and registration […]

35th Annual Lough Legacy Veterans Day Parade

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

WELCOME TO THE 35TH ANNUAL LOUGH LEGACY VETERANS DAY PARADE! Saturday, November 11th, 2023 Fort Vancouver National Site Parade Starts at 11:00 am Make plans to join us as a parade participant or come enjoy the parade and honor our military history!   Vancouver, Washington has a long-established tradition of honoring our military history. Now […]

How Audio Technology Changed the World

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington partner to present a discussion with Ross Reynolds as he explores the impact that audio transmission has had on society and what makes it such a still powerful form of communication.  Please join us for this intriguing discussion. Click HERE for details and registration information. This program is offered free of charge but […]

Event Series Holiday Tea at the Marshall House

SOLD OUT! Holiday Tea at the Marshall House

The Marshall House 1301 Officers Row, Vancouver, WA, United States

Join us at the beautiful Marshall House for our Holiday Tea, Saturday, December 2. With a delicious menu and delightful teas provided by Dandelion Teahouse and Apothecary, this is a special holiday event that you do not want to miss! Plus, beautiful music from Celtic Muse Choose from one of two seatings, 11 am or […]

Santa at the Marshall House

The Marshall House 1301 Officers Row, Vancouver, WA, United States

*Reservations are closed as of 5:00 p.m. on December 8. We will do our best to accommodate walk-ins on the day of the event, though priority will be given to those with reservations. Santa is coming to the Marshall House! The Marshall House will be beautifully decorated and ready for your holiday photos. Santa will […]

A Space for Black History

Red Cross Building 605 Barnes Street, Vancouver, United States

The Historic Trust and Humanities Washington partner to present a discussion with Luther Adams - Free Man of Color.  Through the use of Black thought, images, and poetry, as well as local history, Mr. Adams creates an open space to ask questions about Black history and why it matters to all of us.  Please join […]

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Military History Talk – George Washington and His Legacy

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

The Historic Trust is excited to host the Vancouver Barracks Military Association’s 2024 Military History Talk series. Join us for this fascinating discussion with speaker Jeff Dacus and learn more about Washington state's connection to our nation's first president. Why is Washington state called Washington? Learn more on the 292nd birthday of our nation’s first […]