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Plan to attend our exciting August presentation

1917 Hupmobile Model N. 
Learn the history of this car and the company that made it.

Speaker: Chris Becker

When: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Where: The Beaverton History Center, 12412 SW Broadway, Beaverton, OR 97005

Chris Becker will bring his 1917 Hupmobile, Model N. See this car and learn all about the history.

Presenter Chris Becker grew up around old car hobbyists. His parents and grandparents have been collecting cars since the 1960s. As a child, Chris worked at Becker’s Model T & A Parts with his Dad. His Dad’s buddies would restore cars in their shop. Later the family started Becker’s Auto Restoration, a Do-It-Yourself auto restoration shop. They provide space and equipment to restore your vintage, antique, classic, rods of all kinds, and custom automobiles in the Portland Metro area. 

Admission: $2.00 suggested donation, members free 


Downtown Beaverton Association 
First Fridays are in full swing

AUGUST: The August First Friday will feature the 2nd Crusin' Broadway sponsored by the Beaverton Historical Society. For information: First Friday Crusin' Broadway Event

To view more information on the August First Friday events see: First Friday Special Promotions for august 1 2014 final.pdf

For more information on First Friday visit: http://www.downtownbeaverton.org/FirstFriday

Commemorative Tile Program has Ended

The current Commemorative Tile program has ended. Beaverton Historical Society is deeply appreciative for your support. Funds raised through these tributes help us continue our mission to educate and offer programs and exhibits that preserve local heritage.

Watch for an exciting new way to preserve your memories or honor your loved ones. We expect to have details available by mid-June


Tribute to James Erickson director of Beaverton High School theatre department on display at the Beaverton History Center, don't miss this one.

Stop by the center and view the wonderful collection of items of theatre productions produced by the famed James Erickson. The exhibit includes many of the original costumes worn during the productions. Also, on display are pictures of the fire that destroyed the Beaverton High School auditorium on March 19, 1979. The display will be on exhibit at the center until after Labor Day, don't miss it. 

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