March 28, 2019, at the Klamath County Museum: Infamous Crimes and Criminals by Todd Kepple and Carol Mattos
March 31, 2019, at the Baldwin Hotel: Women's History Sunday at 1:00 pm and again at 3:00 pm. This program was organized by Gloria Sullivan. It features five women who had significant roles in the history of the Klamath Basin
April 25, 2019, Basin towns that have disappeared
May 4, 2019, Museum History Fitness Hike from Fort Klamath Museum to Kimball State Park
May 11, 2019, at the Linkville Cemetery: The Annual Linkville Cemetery cleanup. Come and participate in keeping our pioneer cemetery clean and neat. Every year the KCHS with the Klamath Falls City Parks Department sponsor a clean-up day along with other community-minded groups and individuals. The city will provide some tools (bring your own if you have them). At lunchtime, the city will also provide hotdogs, buns, and chips for the work crew. The clean-up will start at 9:00 am and end at about 1:00 pm. Hopefully, we will have a nice warm Spring day.
June 1, 2019, Link River Festival
June 29, 2019, Museum Bus Tour, all-day bus tour of the Lower Lake area. Topics include Midland, farms and ranches, drainage of Lower Klamath Lake, geothermal greenhouses, sucker rearing, White Lake City, Lower Klamath Refuge and the Ady/Holland site. Cost $35 includes lunch. Call the Museum at 541 882-1000 for information or to reserve a seat.
August 11, 2019, KCHS summer picnic at Malin Park