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
Every Wednesday, Alek will be found photographing the museum's archival collection - a major job! He volunteers for Meals on Wheels and Moran State Park and he is a stone carver too.
His San Juan Islands roots are long and deep and he's lived on San Juan Island, Lopez and now Orcas. We're lucky to have him!
Edrie was honored for her work on locating and digitizing all of the 140+ oral history tapes in the Society's archives for the Saving Orcas Voices Project and many other Archival Projects.
BE A GARDENER
Help maintain our front garden and create our historical kitchen garden
BE A DOCENT
Friendly people who donate a few hours a week to greet museum visitors. No prior experience necessary
Spence Clark is a tremendous asset to the Crow Valley School, and we are proud to name him Historian of the Year. A long established genealogist and experienced local historian, Spence brings that same knowledge, research, and energy into lively tours of the Crow Valley School. As a docent, Spence integrates the lives of the Crow Valley schoolchildren (circa 1888-1918) along with stories of individuals who shaped Orcas Island and intertwines both with fascinating local historical vignettes.
Volunteer of the Year
To volunteer, just give us a ring at 360-376-4849 or email us at email@example.com
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.