Come Discover Historic Wasilla!
See exciting traveling exhibits; learn local history; visit historic homes and buildings.
NEW MUSEUM HOURS: The Museum is currently open Tuesday - Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. FRIDAY IS ALWAYS FREE!
Upcoming Exhibits and Events:
Alaska Positive Photography Exhibit Coming Soon: May 31th -August 30th, 2013
WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
The Dorothy G. Page Museum is hosting Wednesday Night at the Museum. Join us between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm each Wedesday as we learn more about our community, our history and what activities Alaskans like to do!
Every Wednesday event is free and open to the public.
May 29, 2013Still Water Fishing Techniques and Learn about the New 2013 Fishing Regulations
June 5, 2013What can you learn from tracks and other signs left by Alaskan animals? Eagle River Nature Center naturalist Ute Olsson will present an informational program for all ages, including a hands-on demonstration of how to make a plaster of Paris casts of an animal track.
June 12, 2013Sylvia's Quilt Depot provides instruction on how to make a pillow case using French Seams. Kit cost is 13.95 for matierlas. Please bring a sewing machine as limited machines are available. Pre-Registration is required, limited seating.
June 19, 2013Join us as local photographer, Carrie Lambing, shows us tips and tricks for using your digital camera. Please bring your camera, manuals and questions.
June 26, 2013Sylvia's Quilt Depot provides instruction on how to make a hot pad using insul-brite. Kit cost is 5.00 for matierlas. Please bring a sewing machine as limited machines are available. Pre-Registration is required, limited seating.
Admission to Museum is FREE and open to the public during event.
For more information, contact the Museum at 373-9071 or email us
Tuesdays - Fridays9 am - 5 pm
Admission:Adults (13-59): $3.00Seniors (60+): $2.50Military (with ID): $2.00Children (12 and under): FREEFridays are always free for Mat-Su Borough residents.
MissionThe mission of the Dorothy G. Page Museum is to identify, collect, preserve, research, interpret and exhibit the cultural and historical heritage of Wasilla, Knik and Willow Creek areas.
Contact us:City of WasillaDorothy G. Page Museum323 N. Main st.Wasilla, AK 99654Phone: 907.373.9071Fax: 907.373.9072Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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