Pam Emery, (pictured), Nancy Granger, Sue Griffin, Keith Hoofnagle and Cathy LaBerge have joined the staff of Redmen Hall as volunteer docents. You can visit them, say "hello", and tour the hall on weekends from noon to 4pm.
Redmen Hall is home to the RiverLife Interpretive Center, which houses a permanent exhibition of the history of Skamokawa from its earliest days as a native camping ground to its heyday before the decline of the logging and fishing industries.
There is a gift shop selling area art and handcrafts, as well as Wahkiakum County’s only bookstore, with a fine selection of northwest history and fiction, featuring works by local authors. Redmen Hall is open Thursdays through Sundays from noon to 4pm.
Anyone wishing to become a docent with the Friends of Skamokawa is invited to call or stop by Redmen Hall, 1394 State Route 4 in Skamokawa, any Thursday or Friday afternoon between noon and 4pm.
You can listen to a brief history of Skamokawa and Redmen hall here.
For more information, call 360-957-3884.