The Gathering Place

About the Gathering Place

The Gathering Place at Washuxwal is a new community space which celebrates the area’s rich Native American Indian history.

The open pavilion is located on the south side of the Two Rivers Heritage Museum.  Its design is based on the traditional cedar plank houses used by Native American tribes who called the Columbia River area home.  It features Native-inspired wood carvings crafted by local artists and interpretive signage that tells the stories of our area’s indigenous heritage.

True to its name and intent, the Gathering Place will play host to a variety of interesting educational programs, as well as CWHS meetings and events. 

Help us preserve and share the history of our home.