Moro, OR –Local history at its best is experienced by visitors at the national-award-winning Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro. Friendly, helpful Museum Hosts provide visitors with first-rate interpretive exhibits, hands-on activities, travel guides, free state maps and local products in The Museum Store.
Local stories by local authors are found in the publication, Sherman County: For the Record, published twice-yearly since 1983.
Local artifacts tell the stories of Native Americans between the rivers, Oregon Trail pioneers, settlers on the Columbia plateau, rural living and young men and women who left the county to serve their country.
Sherman County artists are featured in a series of six monthly exhibits, starting this month with Sherman Jr./Sr. High School students, Daisy Rudometkin, Karolyn Kaseberg, Jesse Whitley and Katie Wilson.
Sherman County artisans share their expertise during Free Family Nights, this year Taxidermy with Joe Dabulskis at 7 o’clock on June 9.
Make it a day in Sherman County. See Things to See and Do and Agri-Business at www.co.sherman.or.us.
The Museum is open daily from 10-5. See www.shermanmuseum.org for more information, schedule of events and a link to the Sherman County Historical Society & Museum Facebook page. Questions? Send a note to email@example.com.