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Celebrate the Vision

The nationally acclaimed Museum at Warm Springs in Central Oregon will celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2003, starting with a rededication ceremony on May 31. The museum was created by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to serve as a living legacy to their culture and people the Wasco, Warm Springs and Paiute tribes. The 25,000-square-foot facility houses the single largest collection of tribal artifacts under one roof and also features a changing exhibit gallery. The museum grounds offer walking trails along Shitike Creek, a picnic area and outdoor amphitheater. In addition to the rededication, special anniversary events planned include a Memorial Horse Parade, an exhibit of artwork by renowned Native American artist Allan Houser, and ongoing family activities from May 24 through Labor Day.


Carol Leone, Museum Director, (541) 553-3331,

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2003 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial in Oregon (LCBO) | Updated April 10, 2003