Programs at the Harbor History Museum

Bringing History to Life Through Museum Programs

The Harbor History Museum is keeping the past alive through a wide variety of public programs and projects. From saving the 65-foot purse seiner Shenandoah to restoring the one-room Midway Schoolhouse, to teaching students the history of the Peninsula through Museum-in-the-Classroom visits, the museum creates vibrant and changing opportunities for residents and visitors of every age. Click on the links above to learn more about our museum and school based programs.


Corking Demo
Shipwright Nate Slater created the "corking dummy"
to teach museum visitors age-old boat repair techniques.