Interpretive Center Opens!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Thanks to the Experience Works Senior Community Service program we are able to open early this year. Beginning March 15, 2017 the Interpretive Center will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am to 12:30pm and then, after a short lunch break,...

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Seeking Volunteers

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you like learning about local history? We are seeking new volunteers to join our team! The Sacajawea Center relies on the support of volunteers to keep the Interpretive Center open daily throughout the summer. Volunteers sign up for

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Looking Back at 2016

2016 was a busy year, full of lots of fun projects and programs. Take a moment to check out some of our highlights! We will be updating our website in the next couple months as 2017 summer programs are developed and booked so stay tuned! [pdf-embedder...

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Book Your Holiday Party Now!

Each fall as the holiday season moves closer the Learning Center becomes a festive and cheerful place where colleagues, families, and friends gather to celebrate the year. Contact the Sacajawea Center at (208)756-1188 or City Hall at (208)756-3214 to reserve the...

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Fall Frolic ~ October 15

On Saturday, October 15th from 1pm to 4pm the Sacajawea Center will be holding its annual Fall Frolic to celebrate the changing season! Visit the Sacajawea Center and start a family tradition!! There will be pioneer games like gunnysack races and target practice with...

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Agai’dika Heritage Days is Right Around the Corner

On August 12th, 1805 Captain Lewis and 3 men crested the Continental Divide at present day Lemhi Pass and descended into the Lemhi Valley - meeting the local tribe on August 13th. On August 17th, at Camp Fortunate, Sacajawea was reunited with her family. We celebrate...

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Lewis and Clark Guest Speaker July 16th!

The Corps of Discovery: Tomahawks, Rifles, and Food for Thought On Saturday July 16th at 11am and 2pm, and Sunday July 17th at 2pm, Dr. Stephen Sylvester will be visiting the Sacajawea Center to speak about Sacajawea and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Dr. Sylvester...

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Junior Explorer Program Begins June 22nd

Each year the Sacajawea Center hosts weekly programs that explore some part of the natural world just like Lewis and Clark were doing as they traveled west. Children ages 5 to 12 can participate in these programs and work towards earning their Sacajawea Junior...

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June 18th – Special Father’s Day Shoot

On Saturday June 18th the Sacajawea Center will be hosting its second annual Father's Day Shoot.  Join us at the Outdoor School where you can try your hand at shooting a bow and arrow, throwing a hatchet, or throwing an atlatl (a Native American spear) and challenge...

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Lemhi County History Month Kicks Off June 9th

The Sacajawea Center, Lemhi County Historical Society and Museum, and the Salmon Arts Council bring you three guest speakers and a field trip to celebrate Lemhi County History Month this June. This year we explore how the Salmon River has shaped the people who have...

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Film Screening – Thursday, June 2

Want to learn more about what is really knowing about Sacajawea? The Sacajawea Center is excited to present the film: The Spirit of Sacajawea Thursday, June 2nd at 7pm. This hour long historical documentary explores the life of Sacajawea. "The only woman and the only...

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