[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2015-09-03
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Thu Sep 3 15:52:29 PDT 2015
In this Issue
1. Heritage Barn Workshop set for Sept 26 at Shipley-Cook Barn, Lake Oswego
2. Coos History Museum and Maritime Collections to hold grand opening Sept. 9
3. Hispanic heritage celebration to take place at State Capitol Sept. 26
HERITAGE BARN WORKSHOP SET FOR SEPT 26 AT SHIPLEY-COOK BARN, LAKE OSWEGO
Restore Oregon will hold a Heritage Barn Workshop from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sept. 26 at the Shipley-Cook Barn, 18451 SW Stafford Rd., in Lake Oswego. The Shipley-Cook Barn dates to 1862. It is one of the only 23 remaining Pioneer-era barns still standing in the Willamette Valley. Recently listed as one of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places, rehabilitation on the structure begins this fall as the result of grant funding. Highlighting the rehabilitation-in-progress, the day-long educational program will provide hands-on opportunities for participants to learn about barn styles and types, the basic concepts of barn rehabilitation and the types of tools used to build and restore historic barns. For further information, visit Restore Oregon’s website.
COOS HISTORY MUSEUM AND MARITIME COLLECTIONS TO HOLD GRAND OPENING SEPT. 9
Governor Kate Brown will speak at 1 p.m. as part of the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony of the Coos History Museum and Maritime Collections on Sept. 9 in Coos Bay. The Coos County Historical Society will feature a day of free admission, music, children’s activities and local history films as part of the grand opening celebration from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. For additional details visit Coos History Museum online<http://www.cooshistory.org/event-2022797>.
HISPANIC HERITAGE CELEBRATION TO TAKE PLACE AT STATE CAPITOL SEPT. 26
A celebration to recognize the history, culture, music and traditions of Oregon’s Hispanic community as well as contributions to technology and tourism will take place from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Sept. 26 at the State Capitol, 900 Court St., NE, in Salem. The event will feature family activities, exhibits and lectures. The celebration is on in a series of special events inviting Oregonians to visit the Capitol and commemorate contributions made by industries, cultures and historical events. For complete event details and a list of daily event activities, visit the Oregon State Legislature website<https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/Pages/heritage-day.aspx>.
Mark your calendar and join us at Oregon's Capitol, May 4-6, for the 2016 Oregon Heritage Conference! Find updates by visiting Oregon Heritage online<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/Pages/Conference.aspx>.
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