Holiday Open House and Kent Chronicles
Mark Your Calendars! The Kent Historical Museum (855 E. Smith St., Kent, WA) is hosting several events in December.
Sun., Dec. 4, 1 PM – 4 PM
Annual Christmas Open House
Join the museum for a good, old-fashioned holiday celebration at Bereiter House. Visit the festive museum to see the holiday decorations, and enjoy refreshments and live music!
Thurs., Dec. 8, 11 AM and Sat., Dec. 10, 11 AM
Kent Chronicles: Conversations about the Vietnam Conflict
An oral history of Kent area participants- The Story of Marianne Jacobs. Chronicles will continue the exploration of the Vietnam War and local involvement. Our interview will be with Marianne Jacobs, Anthropology professor at Green River College, who served as a nurse in Vietnam. Among the details of this interview is a discovery of the operational plan for medical assistance by the Armed Forces for this conflict.
Did you know that you can join the museum as an individual ($20), family ($35), organization ($50) or corporation ($100) to get free admission to the museum, invitations to special events, a quarterly newsletter and more? Learn more about membership here.
Learn more about the museum and get a complete calendar of events online at GKHS.org.