Arts of the Mountain
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Arts of the Mountain
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Arts of the Mountain you will find Fine Arts, Music and Food at The Silver Lake Grange on June 24th and June 25th 2023.
2023 we will be celebrating our 11th year!   We are planning 2 full days of arts, artist and music all at one venue!! 
Artists of many varieties, Stained Glass, Recycled Metal,  Jewelry, Wood Working, Mixed Media, Painters and many  others will be displaying and selling their wonderful artworks.  While your eyes are entertained with beautiful artwork, your ears will be delighted by our wonderful Acoustic Musicians. 
The Festival takes place at the historic Silver Lake Grange, in a park like setting with a beautiful view of Silver Lake's glistening waters, under the magnificence of Mt St Helens.

Phone Number
360.431.9802
Address
Arts of the Mountain c/o The Silver Lake Grange
3104 Spirit Lake Hwy Silver Lake WA
Broadway Gallery
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Broadway Gallery
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For more than two decades, the Broadway Gallery has been a staple in the local art scene. A collaborative effort by 50 area artists,
the Broadway Gallery hosts ongoing classes and special events.

Phone Number
360.577.0544
Address
1418 Commerce Ave
Longview, WA 98632
Cowlitz County Historical Museum
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Cowlitz County Historical Museum
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The Museum collects, preserves, and interprets information and artifacts that tell the story of Cowlitz County.
They provide exhibits, research facilities, and educational and public programs that serve a wide range of local citizens, students, and tourists.

Phone Number
360.577.3119
Address
405 Allen St.
Kelso, WA 98626
Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center
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Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center
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The Lelooska Foundation since its creation in 1977 has sponsored a variety of educational programs aimed at preserving the rich cultural heritage of the Native Peoples of North America. Students, parents, teachers and the general public have been able to learn through living history programs, workshops, classes and museum tours offered throughout the year.
Living History Programs
The living history programs were developed by Chief Lelooska with the advice of Chief James Aul Sewide and tribal elders to share the history and culture of the Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl) people. The Lelooska Foundation has sponsored these programs since 1977.



Website Address
Phone Number
360.225.9522
Address
165 Merwin Village Road
Ariel, Washington 98603
McThread’s Art Works
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McThread's is located in historic downtown Longview, Washington, represents representational and abstract styles of fine art. We seek to promote the rich variety of local talent found in Southwest Washington and Oregon. We also seek to promote the visual art in our community by contributing to local educational efforts through our First Thursday art demonstrations and art talks.

McThread's Wearable Art Boutique (an extension of Lord & McCords Artworks) represents one of a kind designer style wearable art and jewelry. Our designers specialize in knitted, crocheted and felted items, beaded scarves and purses, wooden collage purses, hand painted and batik silk and fabric art. We offer services in combining wearable art accessories and jewelry to make a fashion statement. We seek to promote women's fashion in our community, not only by offering designer fashions, but by having fashion shows and First Thursday demonstrations.

Phone Number
360.261.2373
Address
1233 Commerce Ave
Longview, WA 98632
The Children’s Discovery Museum
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Childerens Discovery Museum
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The Children's Discovery Museum was founded in 2016 by a group of local friends who wanted to make a special and safe place for children and their families to play together. Children learn best through play and we encourage their accompanying adults to embrace their inner child and play too! The museum offers an interactive, hands-on play and learning environment for children of all ages. Our exhibits include the nature niche (microscopes, bugs, and other cool science stuff), a farm to market area equipped with fruits, vegies, a kitchen to “cook” in, and a dining area for serving up whatever their imagination has created.  We have giant building logs, a doctor and dental office, dress-up, a bowling lane, our famous ping pong ball shower and much, much, more.  Donations are welcome, but certainly not required, as entry to the museum is FREE!

Other helpful information to know:

Food & Drinks: Please limit snacks to finger foods and drinks must have lids that won't spill easily. There is limited street parking on Commerce Ave, but we do have parking in the lot behind the building.

We have small lockers where you can put anything valuable while you are at the museum. Just ask an attendant for a lock.

We have stroller parking inside the museum by both the front and back doors. 

We have a lovely reading area where parents can read to their kiddos...many mothers use that area to breast-feed.

There is a "yuck bucket" by the toddler area for any toys that make the trip into your kiddo's mouth. We clean and disinfect our toys and materials regularly, so feel free to add to the bucket as needed.

We do not expect our guests to pick up every toy they use...you will see us roaming around doing that through-out the day. Of course, we appreciate it if you want to encourage your kiddo(s) to put toys and materials away when they're done, but it's not a big deal for us.

Museum Hours:
Wednesday 10 am to 2 pm
Saturday 10 am to 2 pm
New Fall hours will be announced soon!

Phone Number
360.703.3150
Address
Children’s Discovery Museum
1209 Commerce
Longview, WA 98632