Events this spring need your help! Click here to find out more

We seek volunteers for these great events that are coming soon: Saturday, May 10, 2014, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.: Help greet visitors and sell items on our museum porch during the West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day. Monday, May 19, 2014, 6:30-8:30 p.m.: Help greet attendees and take admissions at our next fundraiser, “A Life in …Read More.

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Come to our next Volunteer Intro: 11 a.m. Saturday, May 3, 2014

Got time to volunteer? The Southwest Seattle Historical Society needs you! Like to interact with people? Fix computers? Spruce up a garden? Update databases? Make small repairs? Transcribe interviews? Shoot and edit videos and still photos? Plan events? Get a glimpse of our community’s past? Whether you have lived here one year or 50, come …Read More.

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Build awareness of next installment in our book-talk series!

Excitement and attendance continue to build for our book-talk series, “Words Writers & West Seattle,” and volunteers are needed to help spread it! The series continues Friday, May 2, 2013, with South Seattle College instructors Mike Hickey and his novel counterclockwise and Arleen Williams and her novel Running Secrets: The Alki Trilogy. Fliers are available and need to be posted …Read More.

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Come greet visitors to our museum!

We are looking to expand the docent program – the greeters at our Log House Museum. We would like to have two greeters on each shift in case we have other activities that need to be done, in case we’re really busy and so that all our greeters can have company during their time here. Our museum’s open hours …Read More.

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Are you a video-editing whiz?

Would you like to help build the video component of the next phase of our “Telling Our Westside Stories” exhibit? Please let us know. Working with the help of staff to edit video on your own equipment would be a big help. If you are interested, please contact volunteer coordinator Bethany Green.

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Learn stories of our peninsula by transcribing interviews!

Would you like to hear stories about the work lives of those who live on the Duwamish peninsula? Transcribing oral-history interviews from CD to a Word file could be for you! The interviews will be the basis for the “Work” phase of our “Telling Our Westside Stories” exhibit, which is scheduled to open in February. …Read More.