After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Chapter resumed in-person membership meetings as of March 2022. When possible, these meetings are being simulcast online via ZOOM. Details for logging into the ZOOM meetings are sent to members who have provided their e-mail addresses for our Railway Express Alert.

Notable Non-Chapter Events:
May 11Railroad Day Celebration, Inland Northwest Rail Museum, Reardan WA https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/
May 12Mother's Day - free admission to moms, Inland Northwest Rail Museum, Reardan WA https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/
May 18S.T.E.A.M.’d Up for Kids, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks OR https://www.antiquepowerland.com
May 25-26Opening Weekend, Willamette Shore Trolley, Lake Oswego OR https://wst.oregontrolley.com/
Jun 15Powerland Train Day, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks, OR https://www.antiquepowerland.com
June 16Father's Day - free admission to dads, Inland Northwest Rail Museum, Reardan WA https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/
Jun 27-28The Great Oregon Steam-Up, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks, OR https://www.antiquepowerland.com
Jul 5-7Military Days, Inland Northwest Rail Museum, Reardan WA https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/
Aug 3-4The Great Oregon Steam-Up, Powerland Heritage Park, Brooks, OR https://www.antiquepowerland.com
Aug 108th Anniversary Celbration, Inland Northwest Rail Museum, Reardan WA https://inlandnwrailmuseum.com/
Sep 28Great Train Swap Meet, Battle Ground High School, Battle Ground WA, 9:30a to 2:30p https://whistlestopnewsletter.blogspot.com/p/upcomming-events.html
Dec 2Railroad Show and Swap Meet, Polk County Fairgrounds, Rickreall OR https://www.wvmrm.org/

Board of Directors Meeting:

Board of Directors meetings are held every month, usually on the Thursday one week prior to the Membership meeting. Unlike the monthly Membership meeting, the Board of Directors Meeting is not open to the general public. All PNWC members are welcome and invited to attend.

Membership Meeting:

Meetings of the membership are held every month, usually on the third Friday. Visitors are warmly welcomed! Typically, we first address the general business of the Chapter. This can be a great time to learn about not only what the PNWC is doing, but also what other rail-related groups are doing in the region and around the world. We then break for refreshments, and after the break we have the program. Monthly programs are always interesting and often feature guest speakers, multimedia presentations or videos selected from our extensive library.

Lending Library:

Closed until further notice for renovation. Contact via email at library@pnwc-nrhs.org for questions