Buy a FHFG 2022 Calendar!
Featuring Historic Photos of Forest Grove
This calendar features rare photos from around Forest Grove since its founding. This calendar is a must have for the 2021 Holiday Season and supplies are limited, so order yours now! Only $15 + shipping.
The FHFG Museum and Library is Open
FHFG is monitoring the situation that the delta variant of Covid is creating. At the moment, the museum and library are open but by appointment only. Call us or send email with your appointment request.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all parts of our society, including non-profits like Friends of Historic Forest Grove. Fortunately, the federal government made grants available for individuals, businesses, and non-profits. According to the Oregon Cultural Trust...
We have lost a special Friend with the passing of George Williams. George and his wife LaVerne joined Friends soon after we organized. He humbly was not sure they could be a members as they did not live in Forest Grove but on the family property in Williams Canyon,...
FHFG has a limited supply of coloring books that feature local area historic houses. Get a copy for yourself – perfect for young and old artists alike!
FHFG Scholarship Program
Become an FHFG Member
Sign up online and support the preservation of Forest Grove’s history.
Other Ways to Give
Did you know that FHFG can benefit from your purchases at Fred Meyer or Amazon?
Participate in FHFG!
Become a member. Help out at the AT Smith House. Participate in one of our annual tours. There are lots of ways to get involved with Forest Grove history! Have fun!
FHFG is an active group and has a number of ongoing projects. Get involved! Member volunteers work to document and preserve the rich history of the area by collecting photographs, documents, and oral and written history. Besides our continued efforts on the AT Smith house, we have an annual Garden Tour and Historic Home tour.
Friends of Historic Forest Grove is committed to enhancing and promoting the historic environment of Forest Grove through education in areas of historic interest while acknowledging national, state and local cultural resources.