“MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS”
Preserving and Presenting Family History
June 27th-28th, 2015
Applegate House Heritage Arts and Education will offer three workshops on the weekend of June 27th-28th, teaching three different methods for preserving and sharing family history. Click here or on events tab on this website for more information and details.
For more information contact Susan Applegate at 541-849-3500, email@example.com, or Sue Winn at 541-849-2917, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Tea is Saturday, May 9th from 2-4 pm Send $15.00 to Sue Winn, 7179 Scott’s Valley Road, Yoncalla, OR 97499 to reserve now. Contact information and questions call Sue at 541-849-2917 or Susan at 541-849-3500.
Applegate House Heritage Arts & Education (AHHAe) is a non-profit organization that was formed in December 2000 to serve people of all ages in Northern Douglas County and surrounding areas. Located in the unique setting of the 1852 Applegate House in Yoncalla, including one hundred acres of woods, a vineyard, fields and wetlands, we use its rich history as a focal point for exploring both the early pioneer era and the culture and traditions of the local Kalapuya and Western Oregon Indian tribes.
Throughout the year we hold a variety of events, including our spring and holiday teas, our educational programs for students in the Yoncalla schools, our semi-annual Apple Day, and periodic workshops or exhibits in historical topics for adults, such as last fall’s “Evening with Gus Peret and Aunt Hazel.” Visit our Facebook page.