|40th Anniversary, September 18, 2018|
Description: Anniversary Celebration, September 15, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM Description: Eagle Point Museum’s 40th Anniversary 1978-2018 September 15, 2018; 5:30pm to 7:00pm Music performed by Neal’s Mostly Country Band Refreshments, drinks and top off the evening with a cake commemorating the milestone. Come see how much we have grown in those 40 years. New displays, interactive displays for kids, authentic Indian artifacts on loan from the Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Indians, the Pech buggy that delivered milk and eggs to Central Point in the 1890’s and much more. Eagle Point Museum 202 N. Royal Ave, Eagle Point, Oregon 97524 For more information call the Guardians of the Eagle Point Museum 541-826-4166
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Description: **Looking for that perfect Christmas Gift? The Guardians of the Eagle Point Museum have the gift to give. Our annual calendar fundraiser is just beginning. This unique 2021 calendar gives you two gifts in one. Not only do you get a school calendar, but you also learn about the history of the Eagle Point area. Calendars can be purchased for $10 at Heaven Scent Flowers, 11146 Hwy 62, Eagle Point, in the Ray's Market complex. Can't make it by Heaven Scent, send us a check for $12, includes shipping and handling, to 202 N. Royal, Eagle Point, OR 97524. We will send out calendars weekly. This is a great way to support a local business, have a unique calendar and learn the history of the Eagle Point area.
|Closure, March 19, 2020|
Description: Due to the Coronavirus, the Eagle Point Museum and Harnish Wayside were closed on March 19, 2020 for the safety of employees and the public. There is no known date for reopening.
|Wood House Harvest Festival, October 6, 2018|
Time: 9:00 AM
Description: Come join the Guardians at the Wood House Harvest Festival. We will be selling our Wood House Calendars, homemade breads, and guess the weight of the pumpkin contest. The festival is on Saturday, October 6th from 9am-5pm and Sunday, October 7th from 9am-4pm. Come enjoy the fall harvest festival.
|History Hunt, May 12, 2018|
Description: The Jackson County Heritage Association presents the 3rd Annual "HISTORY HUNT" May 12,2018 through August. Spring is a great time to take the family and visit participating museums and societies in Jackson County. A great way to learn about our rich Jackson County history. You will get free tickets at each organization you visit for chances to win one of two valuable "Baskets full of History". Need not be present to win. Did you know ... * that there are 15 historical societies and museums in Jackson County? * that each has unique items and information to share with you? * that the Southern Oregon Railway Society is restoring the Medco (Medford Corporation) # 4 locomotive? * that Gold Hill Museum has a cast iron ham boiling pot on display? * that Eagle Point has a portable electric stove on display? * that each organization is staffed by volunteers who love to share their knowledge with you? So get ready! May 12th, visit the Society or Museum near you to pick up your entry form and map. Then you will be off on your exciting trip back in time.
|Wood House Festival, May 19, 2018|
Time: 9:00 AM
Description: The Guardians will have a booth at the Festival to sell our 2019 calendar. This year we are highlighting the Wood House history. We also will be selling raffle tickets for a chance to win: a One night stay plus a $40 food voucher for Seven Feathers Casino and various other prizes including our 2019 calendar. Tickets will be $1 each or 6 for $5.
|Vintage Faire, May 12, 2018|
Time: 10:00 AM
Description: The Guardians will have a booth to help celebrate this year's Vintage Faire. Our booth will be selling popcorn, our 2019 calendar, featuring the Wood House history, books and pamphlets on Eagle Point history, and raffle tickets for various prizes. The grand prize for the raffle, is a one night stay at Seven Feathers Casino along with a $40 food card. Tickets cost $1 each or 6 for $5. Stop by and check out our booth. We also need volunteers to help man the booth. Call the Museum if you are available 541-826-4166.