Posted on June 12, 2014 at 6:00 am
by Corinne W.
On February 22, 2014, Spokane’s Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC) opened a two year series of exhibits of one hundred stories spread across Spokane and Eastern Washington. Some artifacts have never been displayed before. The goal is to chronicle Eastern Washington State Historical Society’s century of existence, to demonstrate ways of preserving and maintaining Spokane’s history, and to demonstrate the ways the historical society will continue to shape the story of who we are. The exhibits will continue until January 31, 2016.
Watch for dates and places of specific exhibits in the MAC’s One Hundred Stories series on their Current Exhibits page.
Excited about history but not keen on leaving the house? Download the Spokane Historical app and read past stories about the places you already know and love.
You can also check out excellent books from the library about Spokane history or Washington State history.