Glad Redmen Hall is high on the hill above Skamokawa today! These photos were taken nearly two hours before a very high tide! Hope you are staying dry where you are! Many in Washington are getting out row boats and hip waders with this latest rain storm!
The Christmas and Redmen Hall birdhouses sold out last weekend, but more are on their way and will be available by December 14. Supplies are limited, so reserve yours today!Specify original or Christmas design.
Friday, November 28 from 10-4
Saturday, November 29 from 12-4
Sunday, November 30 from 12-4
Resuming our regular hours the next two weekends: Thursdays-Sundays from 12-4. The last day is December 14.
helpers are busy stocking up the store for an awesome selection of
holiday gifts! There will be refreshments and live music from local
musicians the first weekend. Local author Robert Pyle will be reading
from his new book of poems and signing copies at 2:00pm on Saturday,
November 29. His new book is called "Evolution of Genus Iris - a Book of Poems".
Hall will be closed after December 14 and will reopen March 5, 2015
with our famous annual antique sale, sponsored by Keith Hoofnagle.
Redmen Hall will be presenting our second Harvest Benefit concert on Saturday the 22nd of November.
A new group will be giving their first official concert after having
played their well-received music at several venues in Wahkiakum County.
The group, calling themselves 'Lazer Trash' describes themselves as a
"band rooted in the back woods of Skamokawa--a fusion of beats, soothing
melodics, harmonies, and even a banjo. Playing throughout the Pacific
Northwest, their love for music and community finds them playing many
charitable and youth events". The band, consisting of Jillian Weiss, Levi Helms, and Erik Friend, will be playing from 7:30 until about 9:30
with a break for food and conversation.
The event, which will be $5 for
adults and free for those under 12, will be a benefit for the new band
and for Redmen Hall's fundraising for new lighting for our exhibits.
See you there!