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* Art WalkArt Walk

Time: 5:00 am

Have a night out enjoying tasty snacks and adult beverages while visiting several downtown Hillsboro venues featuring a variety of art and music. The Museum is one of the earliest opening venues so start with us and work your way down Main Street enjoying art installations at Manaia Coffee House, Summa Real Estate, Sequoia Gallery, Influence Music Hall, and Walter’s Cultural Arts Center. Our featured art exhibit is “In the Footsteps of David Douglas” and “Seeking Silence: The Photography of Russell Young.” 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Upcoming and Recent Events

The following is a list featuring some of our upcoming and recent events at the Washington County Museum.

Group of adult visitors reading exhibits and snacking in Washington County Museum's gallery for Art Walk. First Tuesday Art Walk August 4 from 5-7 p.m. - Join us for First Tuesday Art Walk on August 4th from 5-7 p.m. Have a night out enjoying tasty snacks and adult beverages while visiting several downtown Hillsboro venues featuring a variety of art and music. The Museum is one of the earliest opening venues so start with us and work your way down Main... Read More
IMG_5023 Library & Archives Building at PCC Rock Creek Campus NOW OPEN! - Despite the ongoing construction on the parking lot on the west side of our Robert L. Benson Research Library and Archives, we are open by appointment, Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. To make an appointment please call 503-645-5353 ext 108. It’s a little different to get to the building entrance while parking lot construction... Read More
Summer Campers at Native American Camp- Washington County Museum, Hillsboro Oregon Summer Camps 2015 - Washington County Museum will hold three summer camps in 2015. July 13 – July 17 is Native American Camp for ages 8-11. Learn about local Native American tribes, specifically the Kalapuya and Chinook. Build shelters, play traditional games and make crafts to take home. July 27 – July 31 is Splash Camp for Middle School... Read More
A picture of Pat Reser's garden Only 25 Tickets Left for Garden Luncheon! - The annual Garden Luncheon is July 14! Only 25 tickets remain for this yearly event benefiting Museum programs. Don’t miss this opportunity to join us at the home of Pat Reser for a delicious lunch, a stroll through her beautiful gardens, and the opportunity to hear from our guest speaker, Laika Entertainment’s Mark Shapiro. Don’t... Read More
Image of small waterfall in garden. Annual Garden Party Tickets Available - Once a year, Washington County Museum supporters get the chance to enjoy Pat Reser’s garden, enjoy top-notch food and listen to a guest speaker while supporting the museum’s exhibits and programs. Mark Shapiro from Laika Entertainment will be the guest speaker. This year’s Annual Garden Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, July 14th. Click here... Read More
Two art walk patrons standing in Washington County Museum gallery, Hillsboro Oregon. First Tuesday Art Walk on July 7 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. - Join us for First Tuesday Art Walk on July 7th from 5-7 p.m. This after hours free event is for adults only. Have a night out enjoying tasty snacks and adult beverages while visiting several downtown Hillsboro venues featuring a variety of art and music. The Museum is one of the earliest opening venues so... Read More
Passion Flower BEYOND THE SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP JUNE 27 - Fine art photographer Russell J. Young, whose exhibit “Seeking Silence” is currently on display at the Museum, will present a one day photography workshop on Saturday June 27, “Beyond the Snapshot: Creating Art with Your DSLR”. The day long workshop from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. is $55.00 for members, $65.00 for non members. The... Read More
Computer Chip. Family Day: Technology From Primitive to Present Day - Join us for our June Family Day at the museum on June 13, 2015, for a special event, “Technology: From Primitive to Present Day.” Join Museum staff and volunteers for a chance to get hands-on with a variety of fun technical activities; from technology used by the very first people in Washington County to products... Read More