The Baldwin Hotel and Fort Klamath museums will open for the summer season on Saturday, May 25. Living history demonstrations will be presented Saturday and Sunday at the Fort Klamath Museum, 51400 Highway 62, on the way to Crater Lake National Park. Civil War re-enactors, pioneer women and horse owners will be on the grounds. Gates open at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free admission!Read More
Tulelake, California— History will come alive on Saturday, May 11th, during the Lava Bed National Monument's annual Timeline Living History event.
This very special event highlights the storied history of the Tule Lake Basin.
Groups of local volunteers, including the Cascade Civil War Society and the Mount Mazama Mountain Men, will join National Park Service staff and other volunteers in portraying different time periods from the 19th and 20th centuries.Read More
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The 12th annual “Night at the Cemetery” will be presented by the Klamath County Museum Oct. 12-13 at Linkville Pioneer Cemetery in Klamath Falls.
“Our living history re-enactors will be telling the stories of eight early-day Klamath County residents,” said museum manager Todd Kepple. “A few of the names might be familiar to local residents today, but most of them were interesting people who have been largely forgotten over the past 50 years.”Read More