Orcas History Lives Here!

Orcas Island Historical Museums

Historian of the Year

HELP IN OUR OFFICE

Computer and phone skills welcome

HELP US FUNDRAISE

Work with our Finance Committee to improve the Museums' finances

Volunteer of the Month

Richard Rogers 
Always willing to help, Richard can be found setting up chairs and tables for our events, sweeping floors or changing lightbulbs with a smile and positive attitude. He is currently our Thursday Docent. Come visit and say hello!

Rebecca Johnson

Crow Valley School is her domain. She manages the volunteers and assists with our fundraising events. Rebecca is very knowledgeable of Orcas lore and enjoys hosting historical talks for tour groups. She is our Crow Valley School jewel.

BE A GARDENER

Help maintain our front garden and create our historical kitchen garden

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BE A DOCENT

Friendly people who donate a few hours a week to greet museum visitors. No prior experience necessary

Terri Vinson

Terry has been instrumental in the creation and development of our now permanent Orcas Voices Exhibit.  Transcribing interviews and loading photos 5 days a week for several years. In October 2020 Terri joined the museum staff as Curator.

Volunteer of the Year

To volunteer, just give us a ring at 360-376-4849 or email us at info@orcasmuseum.org

BE A WRITER

Work on Newsletters and/or write "History Nook" columns

The very generous help of our island friends is what keeps the Museum in Eastsound and the Crow Valley School Museum open and functioning. We always need a few extra hands for specific events, so if you’d rather not be an ‘official’ volunteer but would like to pitch in for a specific event, simply tell us how you’d like to participate.


We truly appreciate your contribution, no matter what it is or how it comes our way.

Volunteer Opportunities