Kalmath County Museums - a regional treasure

As debate rages in Washington over a tax bill that may eliminate financial support for the arts, an Oregon community's museum continues to celebrate its cultural heritage.
Works by Walt Evans and Doug Bourcy will remain on view through December
Works by Walt Evans and Doug Bourcy will remain on view through December
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Nov. 7, 2017 - PRLog -- A small, compelling, exhibition opens at the Klamath County Museum this week. Works by two notable area artists, Walt Evans and Doug Bourcy will be compared and contrasted through December.

More than a single structure, three Klamath Falls venues trace the area's history, mount exhibitions and serve as cultural hubs.

The Klamath County Museum at 1451 Main Street in Klamath Falls serves as the main history museum for Klamath County and the surrounding area. This museum also serves as the main office for all three county-owned museums.

The Baldwin Hotel Museum at 31 Main Street in Klamath Falls features 40 rooms filled with antiques and artifacts. Constructed in 1905, the four-story building once dominated the business district of Klamath Falls.

The Fort Klamath Museum is located 35 miles north of Klamath Falls on Highway 62. The eight-acre museum and park include the parade grounds from a 19th-century frontier military post.

Can America afford to eliminate the NEA, and thereby endanger critical funding for so many similar institutions?

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