Join us for a lowkey, family-friendly concert at the Mary Olson Farm to wind down and wrap up the weekend! Farm opens at 4:30pm, and music begins at 5:00pm. Access to the event site requires an 1/8 mile hike over a steep hill.
Concerts are FREE with a suggested donation of $5-$10 per adult. We would love it if you could let us know you’re coming by filling out the form below, that way we can send you info about future events and stay in touch! (not required, it’s also okay to just drop-in!)
Our September 12 event will feature Johnny 7 and the Black Crabs
Bring some chairs or a blanket and a picnic. Leashed dogs welcome as well. Please no firearms or smoking on-site.
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About the Museum & Farm: The White River Valley Museum provides an exciting and educational experience for visitors with award-winning exhibits and programs on regional cultures, arts and history. The Museum’s exhibits include a real settler cabin, a Muckleshoot canoe and a caboose guests can walk through. Just a ten minute drive from the Museum is the Mary Olson Farm, a completely restored 1879 family subsistence farm that includes a 100 year old orchard, a historic barn, livestock and a farmhouse for guests to tour. The Farm is open for school fieldtrips and special events as well as public weekend hours during summer months.
Museum: 918 H St. SE, Auburn, WA 98002. Open Wednesday - Sunday noon to 4 p.m. Admission is FREE for the rest of 2021!
Farm: 28728 Green River Road SE, Kent, WA 98030. Open to the public summer weekends. Please check our website for details.
For more information call 253-288-7433, visit our website at www.wrvmuseum.org.