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ABOUT THE SURFACE CREEK VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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Pioneer Town is fully operated by an amazing community of volunteers. They staff the museum, maintain the more than 25 buildings and nearly 6-acres of landscape on the campus. They conduct research, build new exhibits. 

The Pioneer Town Museum is owned and funded by the Surface Creek Valley Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit which was incorporated in 1980.  

Pioneer Town continues to evolve, and its existence is due to the volunteers, members, and donors that support it.

WHAT DO WE OFFER

  • Self-guided museum tours

  • Docent-guided group tours

  • Genealogy and research assistance

  • Educational programs

  • Entertainment

  • Event Rental Space
     

SCVHS MISSION STATEMENT

Maintain and improve an accurate repository for the preservation of the history of Surface Creek Valley and operate Pioneer Town Museum, Welcome Center, Chapel of the Cross, Stolte Shed and Charlie Baker Arboretum for the education and enjoyment of the public.

HOW YOU CAN BE INVOLVED

 

  • Visit

  • Volunteer Time

  • Join the SCVHS Membership

  • Gifts of historical items or artifacts

  • Cash Gifts

The Board of Directors meet at the Stolte Shed on the second Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm. Members are welcome to join in on these meetings. 

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