Moro, OR – The Sherman County Historical Museum will welcome visitors free of charge in honor of two notable events in June.
On Wednesday, June 16, in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Sherman Experiment Station in Moro, the Sherman County Historical Museum welcomes visitors to the Museum free of charge.
Celebrants at the 100th Anniversary of the first Field Day of the Sherman Experiment Station on June 16th will see over 100 wheat varieties and 40 alternate crops that have been tested over the years. “This is a special once-in-a-lifetime field day for us,” stated Sandy Macnab, Sherman County Extension Agent for Oregon State University. “We hope to see all interested persons attending.”
On Saturday, June 26 & 27, in honor of the Oregon Geographic Names Board (OGNB), the Museum welcomes visitors to the Museum free of charge. The OGNB will meet in public session at Sherman County Public/School Library on Saturday, June 26, at 1 p.m. to consider proposals to name geographic features in Oregon. As is customary during their summer weekend meeting, board members will convene for dinner and conduct a field trip to local sites.