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Students of all ages as well as children and families, are especially welcome visitors at the Coos History Museum. Our staff and volunteers view history not as a catalog of facts to be memorized, but as an intriguing puzzle and possible guide to our future.
Please explore our educational resources below and feel free to contact us if you need assistance or would like to receive more information about one of our programs, activities, or other offerings.
Our Community Partners and Volunteers
Development, planning, and delivery of each school program is achieved through hours of work by community partners and volunteers including: The Coquille Indian Tribe, The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw, The Sun Marshfield Printing Museum, Little Theater on the Bay, educators throughout Coos County, and our museum’s Education Committee and volunteers. A special thanks to the Mast Family Endowment for partial funding of our 4th and 5th grade programs.
Have an idea for a program?
As a community educational space we welcome ideas for lectures, documentary screenings, workshops, focused tours, exhibits, classes, and other educational en devours!
Email our Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org