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Lelooska Foundation & Cultural Center

Join us for living history programs and other events

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Lelooska Museum

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

Museum Collection

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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Support the Lelooska Foundation

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

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Winter 2019 Events

The Lelooska Foundation’s Winter 2019 flyer is now available. Click here to see information on upcoming classes, performances, and events.

Fall 2018 Events

The Lelooska Foundation’s Fall 2018 Events newsletter is now available. Click here to view the newsletter in a new window. Please subscribe to our mailing list if you would like to have these updates emailed to you.

Summer 2018 Events

The Lelooska Foundation’s Summer 2018 Events newsletter is now available. Click here to view the newsletter in a new window. Please subscribe to our mailing list if you would like to have these updates emailed to you.

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This Spring “Sculpin” will be joining our Living History Performances! Thank you to the Optimist Club of NE Portland and the many supporters that have made this possible! ... See MoreSee Less

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This Spring “Sculpin” will be joining our Living History Performances! Thank you to the Optimist Club of NE Portland and the many supporters that have made this possible!

 

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Peter Jensen check it out!

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A light dusting of snow arrived this week!

Thank you to Skyview Junior Maddie Olmsted for volunteering to help us procure donations for our Silent Auction! Maddie’s interests include violin, drawing & learning about other cultures. She plans to attend college in California and study animation. Thank you Maddie for your help! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Skyview Junior Maddie Olmsted for volunteering to help us procure donations for our Silent Auction! Maddie’s interests include violin, drawing & learning about other cultures. She plans to attend college in California and study animation. Thank you Maddie for your help!

Andjela Milojko volunteered this past week as part of her culminating project as a Senior at Woodland High School. We are grateful for her work inside our buildings and on our grounds helping us prepare for program season! Andjela is an exchange student from Montenegro, a small country in Southeast Europe. She came here to experience life as an American teenager and plans to attend college in the states and continue to volunteer in her everyday life. #thankfultuesday #volunteers #whs #senior #lelooska #culture #art #history ... See MoreSee Less

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Andjela Milojko volunteered this past week as part of her culminating project as a Senior at Woodland High School. We are grateful for her work inside our buildings and on our grounds helping us prepare for program season! Andjela is an exchange student from Montenegro, a small country in Southeast Europe. She came here to experience life as an American teenager and plans to attend college in the states and continue to volunteer in her everyday life. #thankfultuesday #volunteers #whs #senior #lelooska #culture #art #history

 

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You are touching the world 🌍...

We are so grateful for Woodland High School Senior Braedyn Hurd for her hard work here at the Lelooska Cultural Center this past week! Braedyn helped out with several maintenance and grounds projects this week as part of her culminating project at WHS. She is a Running Start student at Lower Columbia College, plays Volleyball, Basketball, Softball & Club Volleyball and plans to graduate in June with her AA and attend Bozeman State to study nursing. #thankfultuesday #volunteers #seniorproject #lelooska #culture #art #history #pnw #whs #lcc #woodland ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

We are so grateful for Woodland High School Senior Braedyn Hurd for her hard work here at the Lelooska Cultural Center this past week! Braedyn helped out with several maintenance and grounds projects this week as part of her culminating project at WHS. She is a Running Start student at Lower Columbia College, plays Volleyball, Basketball, Softball & Club Volleyball and plans to graduate in June with her AA and attend Bozeman State to study nursing. #thankfultuesday #volunteers #seniorproject #lelooska #culture #art #history #pnw #whs #lcc #woodland

A drawing by one of our young guests that attended his Fall. #memoriesmonday #lelooska #fieldtrip #art #culture #history #pnw ... See MoreSee Less

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A drawing by one of our young guests that attended his Fall. #memoriesmonday #lelooska #fieldtrip #art #culture #history #pnw

Lelooska Museum Summer SaturdaysMay 25, 2019, 11:00amLelooska Foundation and Cultural CenterThe Lelooska Museum displays an extensive collection of Native art and artifacts from across North America. Fine examples of beadwork, quillwork, basketry and carvings are shared along with art and artifacts spanning from pre-contact through this century.
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Lelooska Museum Summer Saturdays

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School Living History Program-Additional Dates Added!April 29, 2019, 10:30amLelooska Foundation and Cultural CenterThese are additional School Program dates that have been added to our Spring Season. Please call to reserve your space.

Many dates are sold out well in advance. Advance reservations are required. Space is Limited. Availability changes daily. To reserve, please call (360) 225-9522

Experience magnificent Northwest Coast masks as they come to life in our Kwakwaka’wakw ceremonial house. The Lelooska Family shares the songs, dances, stories and masks which display the rights, crests and privileges bestowed on them by the late Chief James Aul Sewid. Chief Tsungani carries on the traditions of his brother the late Chief Lelooska, performing with other family members.
Following the program students will visit the Lelooska Museum which displays an extensive collection of Native Artifacts from North America. They will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn the significance of many of the artifacts on display.

School programs are most appropriate for children in the 3rd or 4th grades, however other age groups can be accommodated. Space is limited, reserve early!

Admission is $6.00 per person adult or child. Programs begin at 10:30am and are approximately one hour in length, followed by a visit to the Lelooska Museum.
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School Living History Program-Additional Dates Added!

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Happy New Year! We are so excited about the many opportunities this year holds ~ preserving the past, embracing the present, and creating our future. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Happy New Year! We are so excited about the many opportunities this year holds ~ preserving the past, embracing the present, and creating our future.

 

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Here it COMES. 😃🎆😃

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2 months ago

We wish all of our friends a wonderful new year! Thank you for all of your support!

 

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Happy New Year, and a gorgeous mask.

Thank you for the nice note & magnet!

He never got the credit he deserved.

I happened to stop at the Herret Center in Twin Falls, almost randomly, and was so so happy to see that they have a piece of Lelooska's on display. I stood there taking picture of it like a fangirl. Of all the things I did in grade school (decades ago) going to the Lelooska Center was one of my favorite.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year! ❤️

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