Mission: The mission of the museum at warm springs is to preserve, advance and share the knowledge of the cultural, tradtional, and artistic heritage of the confederated tribes of warm springs. The mesuem achieves this through educatios exhibitions and awareness of the confederated tribes of warm springs and other indigenous tribes.
Programs: The annual seeds of discovery science field day reached 248 4th grade students from 5 elementary schools and 2 school districts. Ten volunteer scientist instructors and 9 assistants taught at the field stations. Demonstration stations were: robotics; drones; forestry; animals and insects; cultural foods; the solar system and eclipses; atlatl throw (the aero-dynamics of an ancient hunting tool); fisheries; and the hooks and ladders game.
the exhibit kindred spirits: the life and art of lillian pitt which opened june 23 and ran until september 10 was one of our best attended exhibits. Nearly 300 people attended the opening and from the opening until september 10, 4,000 visitors came to the museum.
the annual honor dinner brought 180 guests to the world forestry center to honor former governor ted kulongski for his service to indian country; and dr. Thomas creelman for his long service at warm springs indian health services.