Exhibit Celebrating Rural America Comes to Salmon!

Exhibit Celebrating Rural America Comes to Salmon!

On November 30th the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit, Crossroads: Change in Rural American will open at 204 Main Street for six weeks. The title of the exhibit is in reference to the major changes that have occurred in the world since 1900 and how our...

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Job Announcement

Job Announcement

The Sacajawea Center is searching for a new director! Applications will be accepted through Monday, September 30, 2019. The mission of the Sacajawea Center is to foster the knowledge and appreciation of the Agaideka Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, the Lewis and Clark...

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Shoshone-Bannock Agaidika Gathering

Shoshone-Bannock Agaidika Gathering

On August 16th and 17th the Sacajawea Center is excited to welcome the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to for the annual Agaidika (salmon eater) Gathering. Each year the tribe visits the Lemhi Valley to commemorate the forced removal of the Agaidika from their homeland in...

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Event: Community Aspen Grove Celebration

Event: Community Aspen Grove Celebration

Join Salmon Valley Stewardship and the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center for a community aspen celebration at the Sacajawea Center! We are thrilled to unveil the Community Aspen Grove and the installation of three beautiful aspen-awareness...

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Event: A History of the Salmon River Country

Event: A History of the Salmon River Country

Join us Tuesday, July 9th for an evening presentation at 7:00pm. Rose Ann Abrahamson of the 'Agai Dika' Lemhi Shoshone-Bannock Tribe will be speaking about her tribe's history in the area. Special guest, Allen Pinkham of the Nez Perce Tribe (and author of the book...

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June is Lemhi County History Month

June is Lemhi County History Month

For several years the Lemhi County Historical Society and Museum and the Sacajawea Center have been teaming up to bring History Month to the community during the month of June. This year we host two experts on the Dukudeka (Sheepeater) and Fort Limhi history. On June...

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Mountain Man Shoot – June 15th

Mountain Man Shoot – June 15th

The Mountain Man Father's Day Shoot will be held again at the Sacajawea Center on the Saturday before Father's Day. This year it is June 15th from 1-4pm. We will be here rain or shine and we are really hoping for a warm and sunny day. If you join us admission is $3.00...

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The Smithsonian is coming to Salmon!

The Smithsonian is coming to Salmon!

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Highlighting Changing Landscape of Rural America Coming to Salmon this Winter The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with Idaho Humanities Council, presents “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.” The exhibition...

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Volunteer Docent Training Begins April 1st

Volunteer Docent Training Begins April 1st

The Sacajawea Center's Interpretive Center is entirely staffed by local volunteer docents. Each spring the Center provides training for our volunteers that includes information about the Lewis and Clark Expedition in Lemhi County, what we know about Sacajawea, and...

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Looking Back at 2018

Looking Back at 2018

(Banner Photo Credit: Jeff Stratter) Happy New Year! The 2018 season marked the Center’s fifteenth anniversary. Throughout the summer we had some one-of-a-kind programs and events to celebrate: At the end of May over twenty Lewis and Clark themed kites were installed...

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Fall Frolic is Just Around the Cornere!

Fall Frolic is Just Around the Cornere!

Don't miss this family friendly event. Each year we host pioneer games and crafts, rustic frontier food including chili and hot camp donuts, wagon rides, a take-your-own photo booth, a pumpkin patch to pickup your Halloween carvers, music and...

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