The Lynden Pioneer Museum is proud to announce its collaboration

with the Military Historical Association

We will be providing lectures and bulletines about military vehicle history

To learn more click the link below.

Military Historical Association Lecture Series

Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumNovember 19th, 2015 at 6:24pm
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Lynden Pioneer MuseumNovember 19th, 2015 at 4:18pm
Tonight is the Lynden Pioneer Museum Gift Shop Christmas open house. It is 5-8 p.m. this evening. Lego, playmobil, Christmas puzzles, books, stocking stuffers, toys, gifts, everything is 20% off. Please join me for Christmas treats, music, and a great sale.
*I don't have any great photos because I've been busy unpacking a lot of new inventory.
*There have been stories in the news about the Lego shortage this Christmas, I've done my best to have a lot of Lego in stock. I think I have the best selection in town!
*There are only two places in Whatcom County that sell Playmobil. The museum has the best prices and a large selection.
*Hello Kitty, yes we have it!
*I just unpacked a large shipment of Springbok puzzles, including family style with small and large pieces and the new puzzles with easy to pick up pieces for Grandma.
*A new book by Mike Impero is on the shelf. It's a history book of the original Mt. Baker Ski Lodge. It is filled with pictures, and it makes a wonderful gift for the guy on your list that has everything.
*If all your granddaughter wants for Christmas is a pony, we have the answer for her request too.
*Coloring books for adults. They are selling fast, hurry!
*Affordable gifts for Sunday school teachers, school teachers, your Thanksgiving hostess, your mail carrier, and the neighbor kids. Something for everyone on your list that needs just a little something.

You'll just need to come in and see for yourself...
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumNovember 17th, 2015 at 8:32pm
November 18, 1915

ALL LYNDEN WILL OBSERVE NOV. 25 – Most of Lynden’s stores will be closed all day next Thursday to give their employees time in which to observe Thanksgiving properly.

Lynden To Hear A Fine Concert – Those little tacks at the City Drug Store which indicate reserved seats for the Beverly concert Friday night, Nov. 19 at Jamieson’s Opera House, are dwindling down mighty fast, and the high school lecture course will have crowded houses for the season.

The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Reformed Church will hold a needlework sale Friday, Nov. 19 at 1 p. m. in the Consistory.

Charles Galbraith received his fine Studebaker car this week, the first of its kind in the county he says.

An important transaction for the farmers of the district was the shipping of 162 hogs last week by W. H. Waples to the Seattle market. Nearly $2,000 was paid local men for the animals.

The Woodmen had a delightful card party Tuesday night in Hawley’s Hall. Whist was played at seven tables, and Jack Gale showed some splendid scenic views of Whatcom and Skagit counties.

There will be a musical concert by the Lynden Holland Band at the Christian reform Church on Thanksgiving night. Everybody invited.

Men and women will be interested in the ready-to-wear sale announced for this week by the Lynden Department Store.

Kenneth Heun will play two numbers on a program at the First Baptist Church in Bellingham Friday night.

Heun’s 4-piece orchestra will give a prize dance Thursday, Nov. 25 at Hawley’s Hall.

Mrs. H. C. Forsythe of Seattle, accompanied by her daughter, Irma, is visiting at the home of her cousin, Mrs. George Gustin. Mrs. Forsythe lived in Lynden twenty-five years ago, and this is her first visit since leaving. Old settlers will remember her as Nemma King.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum shared Lynden Chamber of Commerce's photo.November 13th, 2015 at 6:43pm
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Lynden Pioneer MuseumNovember 13th, 2015 at 6:33pm
Just a little teaser for one of the programs for 2016
Lynden Emeritus Forum

Seminar topic: Lynden/Bellingham in the Good Old Days

Date and time: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
10:30 AM – noon

Location: Lynden Pioneer Museum
217 Front Street, Lynden

Admission: Free

Faculty: Troy Luginbill and Cecil Jentges

Focus: An introspective look back in time to the progression of Lynden from its inception as a town in 1874 and the development of Bellingham from its predecessor settlement in 1854 through the 1970s. Views and anecdotes associated with the histories of these two cities will be hosted by two knowledgeable Whatcom County researchers and authors. The seminar itself is set in the public square of one of the most realistic small town replicas in the Pacific Northwest.

Village Books & Paper Dreams, a new arrival in Lynden, will host a book exhibit.

[The Emeritus Forum consists of short seminars on a wide range of topics of interest to seniors age 55+. The seminars are scheduled for weekday mornings. Topics for specific sessions are chosen based on the interests and suggestions of the attendees.]
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