Clark County Historical Museum reopens, hosts fundraiser
You don’t want to miss the spooky historical dolls, the iconic piece of a beloved local monument, the artifact managed by Mother Joseph herself.
A Clark County Historical Museum virtual fundraiser and auction, which airs at 7:00 p.m. on May 6 on YouTube, will provide a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s collection, highlighting some rarely seen treasures and a few real ones. oddities.
“When I first started working at the museum… I didn’t even have a clue of the amount of objects in the museum’s collection,” said executive director Brad Richardson. “From pieces of history linked to our national history to a multitude of rare and strange objects, like a collection of very spooky dolls, the museum cares much more about what we see in the exhibits.”
Tickets to stream the event to your own TV or device cost $ 25 for non-museum members and $ 10 for members. A private link will be sent to ticket holders prior to the show. Tickets for a screening of the event at the Kiggins Theater in downtown Vancouver are $ 40 for non-members and $ 20 for members.
The “Virtual Night at the Museum” event follows the limited reopening of the museum today. Temporary opening hours are 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and gallery attendance is limited to 50% of capacity in accordance with COVID-19 security guidelines.
Masks, social distancing, and a one-way path through galleries are still mandatory, and stepped entry may become necessary. Most of the interactive exhibits have been made contactless. Private group tours are available on Wednesdays. All museum events are always virtual.
“Although the museum has its bumps and bruises,” said Richardson, “we are delighted to welcome the public to our historic building to hear the history of Clark County.”