The Clayton/Deer Park Historical Society is a group of individuals dedicated to the preservation of the history of the area just north of Spokane, Washington. The society collects oral, literary, and pictorial history to publish and make accessible to the public.
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The Clayton/Deer Park Historical Society meets on the second Saturday of each month, 9 AM. We gather at the Clayton Drive-In, located just off Highway 395 on Railroad Ave.
Please contact The Society's President,
Bill Sebright at: (509) 276-2693, firstname.lastname@example.org
Or send a $20 check for annual dues to:
The Clayton/Deer Park Historical Society, Box 293,
Clayton, WA 99110
Bill Sebright is Grand Marshall of the Clayton Parade. Below is a pictures of Bill Sebright and Pete Coffin. Aug. 2013
Upcoming Events 2013
Settlers Day, in Deer Park, is always the 4th Saturday of July. This year it is July 27th.
Clayton Day, is always the 1st Saturday in August. This year it is August 3rd, with a benefit breakfast at 7 AM, parade at 10 AM, History Exhibit at the Clayton Grange 9-3.
Clayton Fair, is the 4th weekend of August. This year it is August 23-25.
Loon Lake Museum
Sharon Clark and Grace Hubal working at the Clayton Deer Park Historical Society display in the Old School at Loon Lake, WA.