At Five Oaks Museum, we’re students of history, always seeking to learn more about the past, to understand how it led us to the present, and to use what we know to move forward together. Here’s a little more about the Tualatin Valley, Washington County, and the Museum.
Check back often for new articles as we migrate some of the great content from our previous website and add new local histories!
Five Oaks Museum invites you to reflect on your new “everyday” routines and share your thoughts using our Community Journal and Interview questions.Read More
A panel conversation on the history of the Latino and Tejano community in Washington County with esteemed community members Evangelina Sanchez, Hector Hinojosa, and José Jaime and moderated by PCC Rock Creek President, Dr. Chris Villa.Read More
A Local Story conversation with David G. Lewis, PhD on Indigenous representation in museums and the Oregon history that is often left out: the creation of reservations, the residential school system, termination, and restoration of Indigenous sovereignty.Read More
This exhibit celebrates the Carnegie Library and historical setting of the year the library opened in Washington County.View PDF