Maxville News / Press Releases

  • Maxville Gathering - Watershed Festival 10th Annual

    Maxville Gathering - Watershed Festival 10th Annual

    June 2018
    Building on the success of a merged celebration this year, the Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center and Wallowa Resources will once again combine the Maxville Gathering and the Watershed Festival at the Wallowa County Fairgrounds on June 29, 2018.

    This event is funded in part by the City of Enterprise.
  • Maxville Traveling Exhibit - State Capitol

    Maxville Traveling Exhibit - State Capitol

    January 2018
    We're excited to premier our traveling exhibit, "Timber Culture". at the State Capitol, our opening day presentation is January 29, 2018. We're here through February 15th.
  • Smithsonian Presentation at the OK Theatre

    Smithsonian Presentation at the OK Theatre

    October 2017
    Editorial - National African American Museum of History and Cultural

    Silje Christoffersen, of Enterprise, works as a youth stewardship education program intern at Wallowa Resources.
    Silje reports on the message from Smithsonian's Marion McGee and Silje's excitement to participate in local cultural heritage.
  • Maxville Gathering - Watershed Festival 1st Annual

    Maxville Gathering - Watershed Festival 1st Annual

    May 2017
    June 30th at the Wallowa County Fairgrounds in Enterprise.

    We're excited to work with Wallowa Resources to deliver a rich collection of historical and cultural, rural stewardship activities that benefits our whole community and brings together our past, present and future.
  • Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit

    Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit

    February 2016
    The Smithsonian Institution opened its newest museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture Sept. 24, 2016. The celebration continues and reaches beyond Washington, D.C., to [CITY] as [VENUE] presents “A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture.” The commemorative poster exhibition will be on view in Joseph, Baker City, La Grande, Pendleton and Ontario, and touring Eastern Oregon throughout March and April.
  • YORK - A One Man Play

    YORK - A One Man Play

    February 2016
    The Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center (MHIC) is bringing "York" to Enterprise for a one-time-only performance at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 5, at The OK Theatre. Doors open at 6p.m. Savory refreshments are available in the concession area and there will be an after performance discussion with the audience and actor following the play.
  • Eastern Oregon University Partnership

    Eastern Oregon University Partnership

    January 2015
    Official relationship established between EOU Multicultural Center & Maxville
  • Saving African American Places Press Release

    Saving African American Places Press Release

    January 2015
    Crowd-sourced history survey seeks African-American history sites
  • Boise Cascade Milestone

    Boise Cascade Milestone

    January 2015
    Milestone one of three for 2014
  • Field School Milestone

    Field School Milestone

    January 2015
    Milestone two of three for 2014