Hours of operation:
9:30am to 5:00pm, Tuesday– Saturday
Colville Tribal Museum
512 Mead way Coulee Dam, WA 99116
June 15th 2019 @ 1 p.m.
Respected Native American historian E. Richard Hart talks about the current status of Wenatchi treaty rights and fishing case, the Sinixt ongoing case, or the Methow history. Program is free and open to the public.
July 20th, 2019 @ 1pm
Holloman, a Washington State Univesity associate professor of art history and fine arts, takes a critical look at the visions of Native American life as portrayed in the turn-ofthe-century by Photographer Frank Matsura, who did his work in the Okanogan Valley.
August 3rd, 2019 @ 1pm
Lawney Reyes is a celebrated Native American sculptor, designer, curator and memoirist based in Seattle. His writing and sculpture draw great influence from his Sinixt culture, part of the Colville Confederation of Tribes of Northeast Washington.
He will be at the Colville Tribal Museum for a book signing.
August 24th, 2019 @ 1pm
Bill Layman has written three books that delve into the history of the West’s mightiest river. In addition to the books, he helped curate museum programs about the Columbia, helped form groups to protect it, and worked to bring river-related sculptures
Julie Edwards: Basket Weaving
September 14th and 21st
Both dates 10am to 3pm
Colville tribal member Julie Edwards will host a basket weaving training,. The event will be hosted at the Colville Tribal Museum in Coulee Dam, is presented in part by the History and Archaeology Program. The dates to attend are limited and is first come first serve. Contact Museum to sign up. 1(509)633-0751 or email: email@example.com.