October 22nd Program - Stan Graham : The Historical Impact of the Spanish Influenza
Stan Graham will be giving a presentation on the historical impact of the Spanish Influenza at the Mason County Historical Society museum on October 22nd at 2pm. Stan worked for the Forest Service for many years and has also worked for the Mason County Historical Society as a researcher, on the Mason County Historic Preservation Commission, and is currently the newsletter editor for the Mason County Genealogical Society. Stan Graham possesses a wealth of knowledge of local history and we look forward to this presentation.
October 31st – Halloween event and Annual meeting
Bring your little ghosts and ghouls into the Mason County Museum on Halloween for treats. We will be handing out candy from 11am to 5pm along with several businesses in the downtown area.
The Mason County Historical Society will also be holding their Annual Meeting on October 31st at 11 am at the museum at 427 W. Railroad Avenue. The annual meeting gives the public an opportunity to come in and give their feedback for the future of the Historical Society and have any questions they might have answered. Every third year at the annual meeting an election for officers is held. The next officer election will take place in 2018. If you are unable to attend the annual meeting but would like to have your feedback read at the meeting on your behalf please send any information you would like to convey to Mchsdirector2015@gmail.com or PO Box 1366 Shelton, WA 98584.
November 19th Veterans Program
Every year Mason County Historical Society has a tribute to veterans and a local veteran comes and gives a talk about their experience in service. This year veteran Jack Krause will be giving a presentation on his time in service as a pilot. The program will start at 2pm and refreshments are provided. Come in to learn more about Mason County veterans.
December 1st and 2nd - Holiday Magic
The first weekend in December the Mason County Historical Society will be participating in the Holiday Magic celebration put on each year by the Shelton Downtown Merchants and the Kristmastown Kiwanis. As part of the festivities we will be staying open late until 8pm and will be a stop on the Shelton Downtown Merchants Game Card .