The Keizer Heritage Museum is pleased to announce we have been awarded an Oregon Museum Grant for an interactive kiosk. This grant was awarded through a project supported in part by a grant from the Oregon Heritage Commission and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. We, along with the entire Keizer Community Center, have been spending this time of COVID getting the building and our organizations ready for new and improved experiences when next you visit. One of the improvements Keizer Heritage Museum is implementing is this wonderful kiosk. This will not only bring our extensive collection of photographs out of dusty photo albums for all to enjoy, but it will also give us a place to share Keizer’s Oral History.
Keizer Heritage Museum thanks our fellow residents, and especially Keizer Heritage Foundation for all the work which has been happening behind the scenes during the time we are all closed for in person visits. As our community transitions to our new normal, we can’t wait to show you OUR new normal, including this wonderful kiosk. We will update you when the kiosk is up and running and available for you to experience. In the meantime, please let us know if there are milestones you are interested in hearing more about, or anyone you think we should be speaking with. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Until we are ready for in person visits, you can visit us at Keizerheritagemuseum.org, or Tammy Wild’s Keizer history Facebook page.
Tickets are now available for our next production! Come check out the World premiere of Omission! Written by Maeve Z and directed by Loriann Schmidt. This show will be on the KHT patio for 3 nights only. We are recommending teens and up due to content and language for the show. Tickets will be $15 for general admission and $0 with an Oregon Trail Card. Www.keizerhomegrowntheatre.org for tickets
2021 Summer Reading Club for Kids - Saturday 7/31 Event
Warm summer greetings from Keizer Community Library!
We hope that our young summer reading program members have been reading up a storm and that your family is planning to come to the patio outside the library this Saturday, July 31st between 11 am and 1 pm with your game boards. For every 15 stickers on your gameboard, you will get to choose a small prize. There will also be a take-and-make craft and a sweet treat for each program member and books will be available to check out, so bring your library card too.
In addition, for the 25th and 50th stickers on your game board, you will earn a ticket to enter a drawing for the Summer Reading Program Grand Prize, a $100 MaPS Credit Union Youth Savings Account! One lucky reader's name will be drawn during the final summer reading program event on Tuesday, August 31st between 4 pm to 6 pm.
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The Keizer Heritage Foundation seeks 100 Keizer residents to make a one-time $1,000 contribution to raise $100,000 be used for repairs and maintenance ONLY. We are confident that this one-time fundraiser will sustain the “Old Keizer School” through the next 20 years. To acknowledge your commitment to Keizer’s heritage, your name will be added to a permanent plaque placed inside the school designating you as a member of the “Keizer 100 Club” and we will all come together to celebrate our accomplishment NEXT summer on the patio of the building.
Contact us here to sign up!
In 1988 a group of concerned Keizer citizens united to save the “Old Keizer School.” In a highly successful effort, they raised $250,000 that was matched by the City of Keizer and the school was saved! Today the “Old Keizer School” houses four non-profit volunteer-operated organizations that are unique in Keizer and directly benefit the Keizer Community.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.
We wouldn't be here without the support of the Keizer Community.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities.
980 Chemawa Road Northeast, Keizer, Oregon 97303, United States
While the Keizer Cultural Center is temporarily closed we are continuing our mission with virtual activities. Please visit our organization websites for more information