First Wednesday Series
FIRST WEDNESDAY DATES
September 5, 2018
Join us as we discuss the life and work of Lake Oswego's beloved historian, author, painter, poet, and so much more: Theresa Truchot. We will be joined by her three granddaughters, who will take part in a panel discussion of Theresa's legacy on Lake Oswego. We will also unveil the Oswego Heritage Council's exhibit, Theresa Truchot: A Jewel of Many Facets. There will be three original displays at Oswego Heritage House & Museum, Lake Oswego Public Library and the gallery at Lakewood Center for the Arts running throughout the month of September 2018. This series of exhibits is sponsored by Bill and Barbara Warner. As always, we welcome the public to this free event!
OCTOBER 3, 2018
OHC AND LAKE OSWEGO SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK PRESENT:
HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND THE PATH TO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE with
RACHEL VERDICK & DOROTHY ATWOOD
Rachel is a Lake Oswego residential building designer focusing on remodels and additions to existing homes. She serves on the Lake Oswego Historic Resources Advisory Board (HRAB)
Dorothy is an independent consultant in Lake Oswego specializing in sustainablity and management. She is a founding board member of the Lake Oswego Sustainability Network (LOSN)
November 7, 2018
History of Women’s Voting Rights and The League of Women Voters in Oregon
Marge Easley, of Clackamas County League of Women Voters, will discuss the history of Suffragettes and the role of the League of Women Voters in Oregon.