Join the Museum for another fun and informative History Bites. This Wednesday,12/12/18, at noon we will be discussing Albany’s flood history.
Floods are a natural, frequent event in the Willamette Valley. Unfortunately, their effects on our built environment and daily activity can be messy or even deadly. Erik Rau, Emergency Management Planner for the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, will present a discussion about floods in Albany: past, present, and future.
No charge to attend this event but the Museum gladly accepts donations to support our great programming. Light refreshments will be served.