|Notable Non-Chapter Events:|
|July 4||4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, Garibaldi OR http://www.oregoncoastscenic.org|
|July 4||City of Prineville Railway Train Rides, 8 am – 1 pm, tickets https://www.eventbrite.com|
|July 13-14||Clamshell Railroad Days, Ilwaco WA http://www.columbiapacificheritagemuseum.org|
|July 20-24||GN Railway Historical Society Convention, Fargo ND http://www.gnrhs.org|
|July 27-28||Great Oregon Steam-Up, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks OR http://www.antiquepowerland.com|
|Aug 3-4||Great Oregon Steam-Up, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks OR http://www.antiquepowerland.com|
|Aug 17-18||Snoqualmie Railroad Days, 80 years of trains, timber, tradition, Snoqualmie WA http://www.railroaddays.com|
|Aug 20-25||CN 100: A Moving Celebration, Vancouver BC http://www.railroaddays.com|
|Aug 25||Sunday Parkways – Green Loop, Inner Southeast, ORHC open http://www.railroaddays.com|
|Aug 27-31||35th Garden Railway Convention, Portland OR https://ngrc2019.org|
|Sept 18-21||HeritageRail Conference, West Coast Railway Heritage Park, Squamish BC http://www.atrrm.org|
|Sept 19-21||Spokane Portland & Seattle Railway Historical Society Convention, Astoria OR http://www.spshs.org|
|Sept 19-22||Fall Steam-Up, Staver Locomotive, 2537 NW 29th Street, Portland http://www.staverlocomotive.com|
|Sept 22-29||Rail Safety Week, Operation Lifesaver https://oli.org|
|Nov 29 – Dec 1; Dec 7 & 8; Dec 14 & 15||Holiday Express https://orhf.org/events/holiday-express/|
|Feb 6-8||Portland Winter Light Festival, Eastbank Esplanade, OMSI & ORHC areas https://www.pdxwlf.com/|
|Mar 21||Winterail, Corvallis High School, Corvallis OR http://www.winterail.com/|
Board of Directors Meeting:
Board of Directors meetings are held every month, usually on the Thursday one week prior to the Membership meeting. Unlike the monthly Membership meeting, the Board of Directors Meeting is not open to the general public. All PNWC members are welcome and invited to attend.
Meetings of the membership are held every month, usually on the third Friday. Visitors are warmly welcomed! Typically, we first address the general business of the Chapter. This can be a great time to learn about not only what the PNWC is doing, but also what other rail-related groups are doing in the region and around the world. We then break for refreshments, and after the break we have the program. Monthly programs are always interesting and often feature guest speakers, multimedia presentations or videos selected from our extensive library.
The Lending Library and Archives are open every Wednesday from 10:00 am to Noon. A wealth of material is available for PNWC member check-out; research in the archives is available to members and the public.