Heritage Museum

 

Keizer Art Association

Through September 27, 2014
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980 Chemawa Road NE • Keizer, Oregon 97303
In The News


Planning a Wedding for 2015?
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The Keizer Heritage Museum is pre-selling only 90 of the upcoming "Keizer" book at a discounted price of $20.00 each.  Tammy Wild and the Museum have finished their submission to Arcadia Publishing and the book will be available in Spring 2015.  Order your copy now at the Museum.

Little League and other collectible pins are the new Museum Exhibit
This exhibit from the collection of Harry Pease, runs through the end of August.  Come and see about 1,000 pins that Mr. Pease has made and/or collected.  Hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 2 to 4 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.

The Events Committee and the Museum Committee are looking for volunteers to help them in two specific areas.  One area is helping with the special events that are held at Keizer Heritage Center (weddings, birthday, anniversary. meetings, etc).  We always have a person on site to open up (or close) and also in case the users need additional equipment or need a question answered.  The second volunteer need is hosting in the Museum during our open hours.  This is either a two-hour or three-hour time frame, once per month.  Volunteers are currently needed for the following shifts:  1st Saturday of the month from 1 pm to 4 pm;  2nd Saturday of the month from 10 am to 1pm;  4th Saturday of the month from 1 pm to 4 pm; and, varies by month, 5th Tuesday or 5th Thursday from 2 pm to 4 pm.  A short training session is provided for either type of volunteering.  Call 503-393-9660 if you are interested in helping.
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Keizer Heritage Foundation, Inc. was formed in October, 1988 to move and restore the old 1916 Keizer Schoolhouse and to convert it into a multicultural center and museum, serving Keizer and surrounding communities. This… READ MORE
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