Yakima Valley Museum
  Family Events
Spring & Summer 2015
Flowers in Window
Storyfest: Lewis & Clark
You are invited to a performance of
Lewis & Clark
As the United States expanded westward, two daring explorers, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, set out leading a group west to scout and map the unknown beauty of newly expanded nation.

  • Thursday, May 21, & Friday, May 22, 2015
  • Shows at 9:30 A.M., 11:00 A.M., & 1:30 P.M.                   Call for reservations.
Made possible by Sunrise Rotary of Yakima, Washington.

Summer Camp
...with Alexandria the Mammoth
From June 29 - July 2 we will explore the important role that Mammoths and other Pleistocene (Ice Age) animals played in our history. After we know more about Alexandria the Mammoth, we will begin our search. To prepare for this adventure, we will learn important tracking skills. Finally, after creating a map to follow in Franklin Park, we will go on our very own adventure!
  • Ages 4-6 each day from 8:30-11:30 AM
    • potty trained only please.
  • Ages 7-9 each day from 12:30-3:30 PM
Admission is $50 per child. Limited to 10 spots per age group.
Reservations available at the museum or by calling 509-248-0747.

Explore Central Washington
Join us for a summer program designed to excite kids and their families about our region's history, natural resources, diverse cultures and local industry. Through a series of five trips located around the Yakima Valley, we'll discover the people and places that  make our corner of the world unique. Events are free with Yakima Valley Museum admission.
  • Thursday, July 2, Larson Gallery 
  • Tuesday, July 7, Radio Yakima
  • Thursday, July 9, Pegasus Project
  • Tuesday, July 14, Inaba Produce Farms Inc.
  • Thursday, July 16, Capitol Theatre 

Limited seating.  Reservations required and are available at the museum or by calling 509.248.0747

Kids Spanish Summer Camp
Hosted by the Yakima Valley Museum and Yakima Family YMCA
Monday July  6 -
Friday July 31, 2015
Yakima Valley Museum
2105 Tieton Drive
Join us for a Kids Spanish  Summer Camp. Kids will get to learn Traditional Dance, Music, Art, and games while exploring the countries of Chile, Bolivia, Costa Rica, and Venezuela!  View More Info
Volunteer Opportunity!
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity without a schedule? The Yakima Valley Museum is looking for talented individuals to create and donate to our historical dress up collection. Contact us at contact@yakimavalleymuseum.org or 509-248-0747 for more information.
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