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Colville Tribal Museum and Gift Shop

Learn history behind the Twelve Tribes who comprise the Colville Confederated Tribes in North Central Washington. Through displays, art, photographs, and artifacts wander through the past. Also, visit the gift shop where many of the items for sale are crafted by members of the tribe.

Okanogan County Genealogical Society

The Okanogan Genealogy Society was formed in 1976 by a group of people dedicated to researching, saving and sharing family history. It meets monthly {except January} on the first Thursday of the month at 1:00 P.M in the Wilson Building of the Historical Society, 1410 N. 2nd Street. Okanogan, Washington. Anyone with an interest in genealogy and history is welcome to attend.

Fort Okanogan Interpretive Center

It began as a fort for fur trading with the native populations, and it changed ownership and location throughout its history. Today the Center is managed by The Colville Confederated Tribes, with displays highlighting their history. Often a variety of speakers and programs are scheduled during the summer months. Outside, you will find a panoramic view of the Columbia River Valley below. The Fort Okanogan Interpretive Center is free to the public.