The board welcomes feedback from current and new members, and volunteers as we continue with fundraising, renovations, and move forward to opening the new Yuba County Museum of History at the Tower Theatre in Historic downtown Marysville. Interim board meetings will be conducted weekly in the Museum office through the alley entrance of St. John's church, Wednesdays at 5:30pm on 8th and D Streets in Marysville. Anyone interested in moving ahead with the Museum is welcome to attend and offer your assistance or ideas. You may contact Dana Hubbard by phone at 530-743-8283 or email email@example.com , or message us on Facebook at "Yuba County Museum of History". Please join us as we move ahead!
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Challenge School ca 1900. This was a pioneer logging town first settled in 1856. The name was adopted from the Challenge Lumber Mill. This photograph courtesy of the Yuba County Library California Room. Please contact the Library for restrictions on use.
This is a mural above the door on the Bok Kai Temple in Marysville, California. This photograph courtesy of the Yuba County Library California Room. Please contact the Library for restrictions on use.
The Yuba County Museum of History is stepping into its next phase of development!
After 6 years of research, writing, coordination, and creating, the Yuba County Museum
of History's Visionary and Founder, Richard Neault, is moving ahead with his own
responsibilities. The new and interim board members are devoted to carrying on his
work and vision for a County Museum. Board members are: Dana Hubbard--President,
Thaddeus Eubanks-Treasurer, Jan Beatty-Secretary, with Ben Deal and Karen Compton
continuing as interim board members through the transition.