Woodland Historical Museum Society
PO Box 255
Woodland, WA 98674
For the official Woodland Historical Museum site, click here.
The Woodland Historical Museum Society is asking for support from all those living in Woodland and up and down the Lewis River and surrounding areas.
Mission - To preserve and present information and items honoring
We will be closing the museum for the month of DECEMBER and JANUARY to get the museum set of for the dairy display. Our next meeting is January 3rd. We wish you all a Merry Christmas, and remember to get your dues in.
If you have not been by the museum, do do, and you will notice that we have a fresh coat of paint on the building, a new fence on the lake side, and back, and thanks to the Eagle Scouts and Colf's for their help.
One thing we need, once we open back up, is volunteers. We want to open up on Staurdays 12:00-4:00 with 2 people here. Please send us a email of days you want to volunteer so we can get a list going.
Please remember that your membership is what helps to keep this place going, so please rejoin for 2013.
John "JJ" Burke
Plant and Yard Sale - May 2011
Museum Exhibit and Sale - November 2010
Preserving Woodland's history
The proposed house to be used as the Woodland Museum was open for everyone to see on September 21. 2009. The actual decision weather or not to use this house will be made at a regular museum meeting. Click here for more pictures.
Washington Secretary of State, Sam Reed toured our area March 15, 2007. Sam is a great supporter of libraries. He is also promoting a bill in the legislature to create a Washington State Heritage Center. Sam was well received at the: Woodland Community Library, La Center Library and he visited with members of the Woodland Historical Museum Society. Click here for more pictures.