LEWIS AND CLARK EXHIBIT
Open Saturdays 11 to 4
Last Exhibit day – Saturday, September 27th
Beginning Saturday, August 16, a traveling Lewis and Clark Exhibit will be on display at the Historic P&IN Railway Depot. The exhibit is from the Idaho State Historical Museum and shows the Lewis and Clark Trail as well as artifacts and replicated items that the had with them on their journey.
Exhibit hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays through September. Special arrangements can be made for group tours and student groups. Please call 208-347-2932
Thank you Meadows Valley Benefit Golf Tournament aka “The Fosdick” for your award of $4,800 toward the cost of insulating the Freight Room Auditorium attic space. Your continued support of the Adams County Historical Society has allowed us to finish the restoration of the beautiful first floor windows and put a new vinyl floor down in the Freight Room Auditorium. Your all volunteer organization that raises funds for a variety of non-profits, school programs and college scholarships has added so much to the quality of life of this Valley.
CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO CREATED BY IDAHO HERITAGE TRUST ABOUT THE P&IN DEPOT AND RAILWAY.
Thank you Idaho Heritage Trust for doing an outstanding video about the historic depot. Your partnership, advice and assistance in the restoration of this historic building is so valued by us all.
NEED A PLACE FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION’S MEETING, OR PERHAPS A WEDDING? The depot is available for rent for your special event, meeting, celebration. Both the depot itself and the Freight Room can be rented together or individually. Centrally located at the crossroads of Hwy 55 and 96, people traveling from the northern part of the State and Southern part meet in the middle. See Rental Brochure link for more information. Then check the Events Calendar link to see if the date you have in mind is available.
Check out the 4th quarter newsletter End of the Line published December 2013
The P&IN depot is open to the public for special exhibits, by appointment and for rent. For special exhibits please check our Calendar, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call 208-347-2932 and leave a message. For rental information please see PDF brochure available on our Website.
The mission of the Adams County Historical Society is to preserve, protect and restore the human and natural histories of Adams County for the informational and educational benefit of the public. The Adams County Historical Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.