The Center offers on-going Art Classes for K-12 students and special classes for Teens & Adults. The students learn the seven Elements and seven Principles of Design. They also learn to communicate through the arts and they make a connection within and across the arts to other disciplines, life, cultures, and work. We have classes specifically geared to home-schoolers as well as an after school program. Please visit our website for upcoming special events and to register for art classes.
Numerous paintings by renowned Western Artist Fred Oldfield are on display at all times. The collection highlights some of his earliest work from the 1940’s through the present. You can also view a 20 foot mural of Fred Oldfield’s depicting American Indians in the old west
Washington State History Display
Hundreds of artifacts depict Washington State history. This is done by telling the story of Fred Oldfield’s life during the early 1900’s in the northwest. A pioneer’s cabin, a general store, a livery stable, a chuck wagon, and farming scenes are some of the displays that have been recreated from Fred’s memory. The Center also houses an extensive collection of Northwest American Indian baskets, beadwork, carvings, arrowheads and paintings.
Bring your group for a special tour of the Heritage & Art Center. We welcome school field trips of all ages, senior groups, church groups, family gatherings or private tours. The tours are varied; tour only, or enjoy a tour with lunch/dinner and entertainment. Please call for more information.
The Heritage & Art Center is available for meetings, private parties and special events. We can house up to 150 people. Contact us for more information.