MISSION MILL MUSEUM

created by: Joe Foodie

created on: 3/6/2013 2:51:12 AM


Details

address 1313 Mill Street Southeast, Salem, OR 97301, USA
website http://www.willametteheritage.org/
phone (503) 585-7012
email [email protected]">[email protected]
facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Salem-OR/Mission-Mill-Museum/54232887625
twitter http://twitter.com/MissionMill

Description


This is definately the place to book your wedding reception, quincierra, or any other party. They have ample party space for whatever your needs are, and kids are also welcome. And they always have security onsite for parties--to ensure that your guests and their vehicles are safe. They must use the best security company ever, because I've never heard of a vehicle break-in while these guys were on duty!

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Mission Mill Museum CCTV Video Brochure

Mission Mill Museum in Salem Oregon is featured in this video brochure produced by Caitlin Stroud of CCTV's Non-Profit Center.

Keni Sturgeon, Curator & Museum Director, Mission Mill Museum

Produced August 26, 2010 - Oregon State Fair Comcast Newsmakers of Oregon and Southwest Washington is hosted by veteran journalist Ken Ackerman. It features ...

Mission Mill Museum

Willamette Heritage Center at The Mill 1313 Mill St. SE Salem, Oregon 97301 503-585-7012 www.WillametteHeritage.org Stroll through the Willamette Valley's hi...

Mission Mill Museum Dec. 2010

In December, 2010 Chuck and Pat Gates and Lew and Alice Holt played at the Mission Mill here in Salem as we have done for many years. Here is a short bit of ...

Mission Mill Museum Trip and Creation

This video is an assignment for my Instructional Design class where I was asked to go to a museum and make some of the items/exhibits come to life.