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Date

December 16th, 2023

Time

2PM - 4PM

Ages

All Ages

Location

114 E 3rd Ave, Ellensburg, WA 98926

The Healing Power of Remembering

December 16th, 2023

Please join us for a very special presentation on Saturday, December 16th from 2pm to 4pm.

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Come and join us as we listen to this honored Tribal Elder, Leader, Activist, Educator, and Author speak to the Healing Power of Remembering.

This free event will happen at the Kittitas County Historical Museum, located at 114 E 3rd Ave in downtown Ellensburg. Refreshments will be provided.

This event has been made possible in part through a grant from theΒ City of Ellensburg, WA GovernmentΒ Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Commission.Β 

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Amanda Van Lanen, author and professor, will present β€œBig Apples, Big Business: How Washington Became the Apple State” on Thursday, September 26th at 6pm.

Great Ellensburg Fire

Permanent Exhibit

This exhibit takes a look at the various causes of the fire, and the possible motives behind each. It features newspaper clippings, historic photographs, and even a clock that survived the fire.