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Lelooska Foundation & Cultural Center

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Lelooska Museum

Open on Program, Performance and Event Dates and Saturdays, Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend 11-3.

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School Living History Programs

Field Trips for Schools on weekday mornings every Fall and Spring

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Saturday Living History Performances

Masks, Dances and Stories presented on select Saturdays each Spring and Fall

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We are grateful to the many individuals, families, and organizations that donate their time and resources to our organization.

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Silent Auction & Donor Appreciation Program

Click here to read about our upcoming virtual Silent Auction and Donor Appreciation Program! Please join us on Saturday, November 14th, 2020 at 7pm. If you RSVP on the Silent Auction page, we’ll send you a link to an after party on Zoom!

Letter from the Executive Director

This week historically was one of the busiest of the year as preparations would be underway for our annual Donor Appreciation Program and Silent Auction. With the arrival of this unprecedented health and financial challenge, the grounds of the Lelooska Cultural Center are quiet. Paths that would be filled with children coming on field trips…

News & Updates

Click here to read the latest newsletter online, including information about rescheduling of events and newly added school programs in June.

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Today is the day! Remember to RSVP soon if you want the links to participate!

Virtual Silent Auction & Donor Appreciation Program!November 14, 2020, 7:00pmLelooska Foundation and Cultural CenterThe Virtual Silent Auction is OPEN! It will close at 7pm on November 14th.
www.biddingowl.com/Auction/home.cfm?auctionID=11525&CFID=19864065&CFTOKEN=83d8e909459f8389-36C678...


RSVP on our website www.lelooska.org to have the link to our online gathering at 7pm on November 14th.
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Virtual Silent Auction & Donor Appreciation Program!

2 weeks ago

Join us for our first ever virtual silent auction, just click the link below:
https://www.biddingowl.com/Auction/home.cfm?auctionID=11525&CFID=19769558&CFTOKEN=19ec72c431e4d1c3-E0FBEAA6-A42D-E8E0-0826C30663DE8A5E
https://mailchi.mp/88014dd6e16a/lelooska-cultural-centers-first-virtual-event

Phase One of our Outdoor Education Area has created a beautiful setting for future activities! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Phase One of our Outdoor Education Area has created a beautiful setting for future activities!
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A calm, quiet fall day on our grounds. #fall #lelooskaculturalcenter ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

A calm, quiet fall day on our grounds. #fall #lelooskaculturalcenter
Lelooska Cultural Center Updates - https://mailchi.mp/bd204010889e/lelooska-cultural-center-updates

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Miss you all and the wonderful traditions

Happy Birthday to Chief Lelooska on what would have been his 87th birthday! This photo of Chief Lelooska with Chief James Aul Sewid and Chief Sandy Willie at a potlatch in Ariel, WA in 1971 was recently shared with us. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Happy Birthday to Chief Lelooska on what would have been his 87th birthday! This photo of Chief Lelooska with Chief James Aul Sewid and Chief Sandy Willie at a potlatch in Ariel, WA in 1971 was recently shared with us.

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This was a fun field trip

That is an awesome picture! Great treasure find!

I remember going up there a couple of times on a field trip in school! It was so cool!

That is so wonderful! 💜

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Hope this will all pass. I look forward to visiting.

We'll be back when you're ready for us 🤩

Thank you to Sherry Stone for keeping our museum clean during our temporary closure! ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

Thank you to Sherry Stone for keeping our museum clean during our temporary closure!

Thank you to Ray Stone for his volunteer work installing the lighting and completing the electrical work in our Totem Pole Restoration and Canoe Carving Workshop! ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

Thank you to Ray Stone for his volunteer work installing the lighting and completing the electrical work in our Totem Pole Restoration and Canoe Carving Workshop!
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