2014 is a year to "Celebrate our Youth"
Every exhibit and event at The Museum at Warm Springs will focus on our youth. Our youth play a vital role in our community. We are mindful of the fact that today's youth will become tomorrows leaders. We must support them, nurture them, teach them, inspire them, and allow them to grow into the strong leaders they will become.
We are but caretakers of our own traditions and culture for a moment in time, then we will pass that knowledge to the next generations.
"Our youth, encourage them and believe in them, we are in good hands."
Current and upcoming Exhibits and Events:
April 26 - June 1
"Winning Spirits: Native American Youth & Athletics" Exhibit
This exhibit will highlight the experiences, hard ships and triumphs of Native American Athletes. A look at our "home town hero's" who have paved the path for our youth in sports. We also realize, in order to excel in sports, you also needed to excel academically. This exhibit will feature trophies, awards, photographs, news articles, lettermans jackets and much more!
May 5 - May 16
Jefferson County Middle School's 7th Grade Leadership class invites you to come and view their Photo Voice Gallery. Their Exhibit will be on display in The Museum At Warm Springs lobby: May 5 - May 16.
Photo Voice is a process of collecting information and expressing issues and concerns through photographs. This allows students to reflect on our community's strengths and concerns and promotes dialogue about important issues.
"The Boomer Classic"
The Museum At Warm Springs benefit Golf Tournament at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort's beautiful Golf Course.
Four person teams, scramble format, with a shot gun start at 9:30 am. Youth teams encouraged!
Please call us for more information: 541.553.3331.
June 26 - September 21
"Celebrating Native American Youth: Todays Youth, Tomorrow's Leaders" Exhibit
This exhibit will recognize the spirit, contributions and hopes of our Native Youth. We will feature items from our permanent collection, focusing on youth/child related objects. We will also include historical photographs from our Archives of youth, as well as photographs of our children and youth of today. An informative look at our youth and their accomplishments, creativity, strengths and their fun spirits.
N'chi Wanapum Annual Canoe Journey
Cedar canoes are the traditional mode of transportation for people of the Pacific Northwest and the Columbia Plateau. Warm Springs has nurtured a youth group of the community for 3 years now participating in Canoe Journey in a successful effort to revive cultural teachings, songs, and dance. Each year around July, more than a 100 canoes from as many as 90 US Tribes, Canadian First Nations and New Zealand and an estimated 12,000 people participate in the annual Tribal Canoe Journeys. "We pull together; we sing and dance; and we share our culture – everthing in honor of our past, present and future generations." This year 2013, N'chi Wanapum joins other canoe families as they "Paddle to Bella Bella BC, Canada."
Join us for our 18th Annual Museum fund raising event which will be hosted at The Museum. A festive gala featuring a gourmet dinner, silent and oral auctions, tribal artist demonstrations, Native American dance group and tons of fun! We put the Fun in Fundraising! Please join us for an evening of festivity, while supporting the Museum's educational Mission!
(please note: not to be mistaken for the Annual Hucklebery Feast, which is also held in August, but is a tribal ceremony to give thanks for our sacred huckleberries.)
Prices to attend Huckleberry Harvest:
|Friend of The Museum (Each person)
|Soaring Eagle (each person)
|Council Circle Sponsor (table for 8 people)
|Traditions Sponsor (table for 8 people)
|TWANAT Sponsor (2 tables for 8 people)
October 9 , 2014 - January 4, 2015
"Creative Natives" 21st Anual Tribal Member Art Exhibit
Warm Springs Artists shine through their creations! Admire the intricate detail of beaded items or the brush strokes of a painting. Bead Work, Paintings, Silverwork, Weaving and much more! Contemporary & Traditional art will be shown.
This juried exhibit will offer visitors the opportunity to experience a rich diversity of art forms from Warm Springs Tribal Artists. Some art will be for sale. You must see this exhibit that is a favorite every year!
November 29, 2014
Native American Heritage Art Market 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Our Museum lobby will be full of Tribal artists and their creations, from bead work to weaving & much more! A place where you can buy directly from, and get to meet the artists! All one of a kind arts & crafts. Everyone welcome!