February 4, April 1, and October 7, 2005
At the new Auburn Senior Center, beginning around 7:30 P.M.
(Located just a few feet from the old Senior Center.)
Our February speaker be Fred High, renovator of the Milwaukee Road's Cedar Falls, Wash., depot. His presentation will cover Northern Pacific depots in Washington, and across the system. An avid collector of information and images of the depots of all Northwest roads, this is his first presentation for us in over ten years and you will not want to miss it!
Our April and October presentations are currently open. If you have an NP topic you would like to share with the group, send me an e-mail at the address listed on the bottom of this page.
Prices are $4 for individuals under 12 and over 64, $5 for 13 to 63, and free for WRVM life members.
About the Meetings
We offer presentations on the history of the Northern Pacific Railway with the generous support of the White River Valley Museum. Our evenings begin with a reception at WRVM from 6:30 to 7:30 PM, followed by the presentation from 7:30 to 9:30 at the Auburn Senior Center.
Light snacks, juice, and coffee are provided. Tickets cover admission, snacks and beverages.
WRVM is located at 918 H Street Southeast, in Auburn. To get to the Senior Center from Interstate 5 or State Route 167 take State Route 18 East. Take the Auburn-Enumclaw Exit. At the light take a left onto Auburn Way South. Go past the Dairy Queen restaurant (on the left). Turn left onto F Street. Take a quick right onto Ninth Street. Ample parking is available at the Senior Center, located on the right at the end of the street. (See maps below.)
Please contact WRVM for further information at 253.939.2783, or e-mail John Phillips at Whstlpnk@ix.netcom.com. We are happy to reserve seats for people coming in over long distances.
Author: John A. Phillips, III.
© January 28, 2005