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Throwback Thursday to 1999 when Chief Tsungani was discussing the crests on the (then) in progress totem pole that he carved for Central Washington University. Footage courtesy of CWU. #tbt ... See MoreSee Less

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We had another special guest on our grounds today! This Coyote Pup was spotted in several of our native plants. Don't forget to check out our event page, we will be having a special Native Plants event July 30th where you too can explore our Native plant collection! ... See MoreSee Less

Kristina, a third grader from Walnut Grove, sent us this beautiful drawing of her own Totem Pole after a recent field trip this June. She writes: "Thank you so much for the awesome time! I loved it there and I wish I can keep on coming for every field trip!" ... See MoreSee Less

You never know who is going to stop by our FREE Summer Saturday's! Today we got the chance to meet a new neighbor! He was very curious about our Flint, Steel, and Black Powder event. Make sure to check out our Events page for more special summer events! ... See MoreSee Less

Today's "Flint, Steel & Black Powder" Event was a huge success! ... See MoreSee Less

Join us this Saturday for some free family fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Join us for a day of learning about flint and steel at this free event! Visitors will learn the basics of fire starting, the materials required, and how fire was transported. They will be allowed to try sparking a fire with a flint and steel set and catching it on char cloth. In addition, we discus the flitlock ignition mechanism and it's importance. We will conclude the day with a musket shooting demonstration! Feel free to drop by throughout the day or stay the whole time! Conatct us for more info! 360-225-9522 or email: info@lelooska.org

Flint, Steel, & Black Powder

June 25, 2016, 11:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Join us for a day of learning about flint and steel at this free event! Visitors will learn the basics of fire starting, the materials required, and how fire was transported. They will be allowed to try sparking a fire with a flint and steel set and catching it on char cloth. In addition, we discus the flitlock ignition mechanism and it's importance. We will conclude the day with a musket shooting demonstration! Feel free to drop by throughout the day or stay the whole time! Conatct us for more info! 360-225-9522 or email: info@lelooska.org

Overheard today, as one little girl walked into the Ceremonial House, "I bet this is going to be really cool!" and the girl behind her replied, "I have been here before and know it is! I'm so excited!" ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to wish Samantha Zeiner best wishes on her new adventures and are grateful for all of her hard work & dedication! We would like to welcome our new Administrative Assistant Melissa McHargue-Mason to the Lelooska Cultural Center. ... See MoreSee Less

Today we welcomed Pioneer Elementary from Ridgefield, WA and Castle Rock Elementary from Castle Rock, WA to our last School Living History Performance of the season!

We want to say thank you to all the wonderful schools who came to visit us this school year, and we look forward to seeing you all during our free summer events! www.facebook.com/Lelooska-Foundation-and-Cultural-Center-154970811192635/events

Make sure to get your reservations in now for next school year's school programs by calling 360-225-9522 or emailing info@lelooska.org, have a great summer everyone!
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