Free Family Mornings

Free Family Mornings is an ongoing series hosted by the Washington County Museum. Each month from March through November the museum hosts a family-friendly, no-experience-needed workshop led by teaching artists from the community. Workshops are drop-in with no registration required. Museum entrance is always FREE during these events, and includes access to all exhibits.

Second Saturdays from March through November, 10am to 1pm

Social Media Takeover: Kalei’okalani Matsui

Kalei’okalani Matsui, a Native Hawaiian, Black, Chinese, and Japanese woman from Wai’anae on the island of O’ahu, and featured artist in DISplace, teaches the history of leis, shares how-to videos with spring leaves and flowers that can be found blooming in the Pacific Northwest, leads a live lei making class and performs a ceremony of oli.  This takeover occurred from April 5-10, 2021.

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April 2021 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Our May 13 Showcase event, Meet the Showcase performers, Asian-Pacific Islander community solidarity & DISplace featured history and art, and community updates.

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March 2021 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Introducing our 2021 Guest Curators, a sign to view the DISplace online exhibition, pre-order Kūpaʻa Magazine, save the date for our May 13 Showcase event, and community updates.

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