Bert Porter

Remembering Bert Porter

With hearts that are heavy, but also full of gratitude, we say farewell to one of the Spokane Valley Museum’s family and a long time advocate and supporter of the Museum. Bert Porter was born in 1928 on a farm on 4th Ave in Veradale. He remained in the Valley all of his 92 years …

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3-16-20 Update Regarding COVID-19

In accordance with the mandates and guidelines issued by Governor Inslee regarding the closure of public venues to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19, the Spokane Valley Museum will be closed until further notice. This will be a significant impact on the Museum’s revenue, but we are cooperating with the efforts to curtail and …

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Share Your COVID-19 Story

The Spokane Valley Museum is launching a project to engage the community in assisting with our effort to collect and preserve the impact of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) on our community.   This is an unprecedented historic situation we all find ourselves in.  We are literally living history; and we recognize the significance of this collective experience for future …

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2019 Open House

Rockin around the Christmas Tree last night! Thanks to all who came to the Open House! The Model T, the vintage sleigh, the lights, the food, the drinks, the fun… the best part was visiting with old and new friends of the museum! We felt the love! Merry Christmas to all!