During January and February:
* The Sherwood Historical Society took part in the Crystal Rilee Foundation charette.
* Clyde List portrayed famous historical figure, Joel Palmer, at Gaarde Elementary School, Tigard.
* Wick Ashley and his high school photography class interviewed Clyde List and Margaret Umland, and worked with June Reynolds on a then-and-now ("rephotography") project. This was a service learning project that took six weeks from start to finish.
* A service learning student, Jamie Goss, and President June Reynolds worked in the attic at Morback House sorting and storing artifacts.
During March and April:
* March 11 was the opening of our first Art in History show. Local artists depicted key scenes and icons of Sherwood.
* The Society had a booth at the annual Antique Gasoline Power Show.
* Sherwood: A Sense of Time and Place, Volume I was published. Author June Reynolds held her first book signing at the Public Library April 8, 2006
* The Sherwood School District hosted a roundtable discussion for 60 people at the Statewide Community Education and Service Learning Conference. This happened on April 27, 28, and 29. "We were the only people to present a historically based program." says June.
* The youth of the Sherwood History Club worked after school Wednesdays and Thursdays all during April and May, scanning pictures and going to Margaret Umland’s farm, Gibbs School, and Schlichting Farm as well as other sites in the Sherwood area.
* There was a Heritage Farms and Gardens display at the Heritage Center. We planted herbs and plants that pioneers used.
* The Sherwood Rotary Club spent several weekends renovating Smock House and landscaping the grounds.
* Over 600 4th Graders from the three schools visited the Morback House as part of their Pioneer Day.
* We held an Open House during the Car Show (June 10). June signed some more books.
* Our in-house band, "The Folks,” played for the Lutheran Women’s Conference in Portland June 17 .
* Clyde and June manned an information table at the Snyder Park Summer Solstice Party June 22 .
* June 26-30 saw History Camp.
* We held another Open House during the annual Robin Hood Festival. 12th Century Mummers marched in Parade. June signed some more books.
* We hosted Japanese Students from Edogawa City July 25, for half a day to teach them about Oregon history and Service Learning.
During September and October:
* During the city's Art Festival, we hosted an antique appraisal during which we handed out “Golden Tickets” for Trail Days.
* Trail Days was held September 30 and October 1. There were four tours of Old Town and re-enactments. The Masons assisted the Historical Society for the first time.
* During Onion Festival, Oct. 14, we performed our “Onion Farmer” skit on stage for the event. Then "The Folks" hastened to the Tualatin Historical Society’s Harvest Festival, being held the same day.
* Our first Ghost Tour around Old Town was held Oct. 27 and 28 .
* 160 Hopkins Elementary School 3rd Graders took the “My Community” tour Nov. 1 and Nov. 3
* General Membership Meeting and Potluck at the Rebekah’s Lodge was held Nov. 11.
* Our annual History Workshop was held Nov. 18 at Morback House.
* Esmerelda, the Christmas Cow marched in the Christmas Parade Dec. 2. Open House was also held.
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Things for Sale at the Museum
History Book $30
Reynolds Fiction $12
Trail Guide $5
The Folks $7
Cook Book $7.50
Renaissance Singers $15