Experience fine dining on the 8th Street Canal by Chef Matt Bennett, from Sybaris Bistro. Enjoy Cajun Creole cuisine in the spirit of New Orleans. Wines provided by Springhill Cellars Winery. Price to attend is $100 each and proceeds go to the Albany Regional Museum.
Join us at the Museum for the next installment of History Bites. This month we will be hosting Barry Valder as he discusses his family history with the Specialty Metals industry. Hear about the impact the Specialty Metals industry has had in our community and the opportunities it has offered to our friends and neighbors.
Refreshments will be provided. The event is free but donations are gladly accepted.
Come to Papa's Pizza in Corvallis (1030 SW 3rd) on June 25th from 11:00 AM to Midnight. The Albany Regional museum will receive 50% of the value of the food you purchase on that date only. You must present a special flyer (See link below to download flyer) at Papa's for ARM to receive this support. Beverages and take out orders are excluded. You can also purchase Fundraiser Bucks that are good for future purchases at Papa's. These bucks earn 25% of their value for the Museum.
Marcia Morse will present "Santiam Wagon Road History". Plan now to attend this interesting and informative event. No fee for this program.
Light refreshments will be available.
The Albany Regional Museum will be staying open until 8:00PM on the First Friday of each month. Albany community members, Museum volunteers and staff are invited to come and experience the rich and diverse cultural opportunities of Albany for four more hours very First Friday. See you there!
Join the Albany Regional Museum for the first History Bites of the year!
This month we will be hosting Richard Thompson as he talks about his book Lost Oregon Streetcars. He will be highlighting the streetcar system Albany once had in his talk!
Enjoy light refreshments.
Join the Albany Regional Museum as we learn about the holiday traditions of three different communities found in Albany.
We will be hosting Clara Frost, Terrance Harris, and Father Stephen Soot for this event. They will be discussing the Jewish faith, Kwanzaa, and Christian Orthodox traditions respectively.
Enjoy light refreshments.
Join the Albany Regional Museum for our next edition of History Bites, our monthly brown bag lunch lectures.
Capt. David F. Fitchett M.D. served with the U.S. Army in Vietnam from 1966-1968. He was active as battalion surgeon in the Central Highlands and then as surgeon near the South China Sea. He will give an illustrated talk on his varied Army experiences in Vietnam.
Light refreshments will be served.