Fort Walla Walla Presents ‘Living History’

All 17 buildings in the Pioneer Village at Fort Walla Walla Museum are open. They include outfitted pioneer-era cabins, a schoolhouse, playhouses, shops and homesteads.

Sundays in June are special. The Living History troupe has its characters in costume, primed to tell their stories and answer questions. The presentations start at 2 p.m. in the Pioneer Village, and seating is provided. On June 2, Tom Williams portrays Ed Burlingame, who built an irrigation system that is still in use today. On June 9, David Bryant plays the role of Army Captain Oliver Taylor, who helped negotiate with Native American tribes.

For information, visit fwwm.org or call (509) 525-7703.