Cedar Mill 2018 History Calendar
on sale now!
What a great gift for friends and relatives who used to live in Cedar Mill! And for anyone who wants to learn more about our community. Display the calendar in your business to show your support for the community.
Only $10, for a dozen historical images plus informative captions. Shipping is $3, or save by picking up your calendar at the Cedar Mill News office, 12505 NW Cornell, Suite 4, in the northwest corner of the Milltowner Shopping Center (Cornell and Saltzman, across the parking lot from the library). We keep irregular hours so please arrange by emailing, or calling or texting 503-803-1813.
We are a non-profit 501c3 organization, so receipts for tax purposes are available on request.
Cedar Mill History Museum
Saturday, December 16, 10-5
Sunday, December 17, 12-4
in the Milltowner Shopping Center, 12505 NW Cornell
We are excited to announce that we have opened the Cedar Mill Heritage Center in the big room behind the Cedar Mill News office. We'll have old-time holiday decorations in addition to the display of photos and historical objects.
We created our first display using the Cedar Mill History photo collection, along with artifacts that have been collected and loaned from the Washington County Museum.
If you have items that can help us tell the Cedar Mill History story, please let us know! We are interested in both loans and donations of items in use in the area prior to 1963: everything from farming, logging, and household items to advertising materials, journals, books, and other artifacts. The Cedar Mill Historical Society is a non-profit, 501c3 organization, so your donations may be tax-deductible.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to help or if you have items for the display.
Cedar Mill History book
These pages contain excerpts from the book, "Cedar Mill
History" by Linda S. Dodds and Nancy A. Olson. The book is out of print, but copies are available at the Cedar Mill library, and occasionally at Powell's.
We're also including stories contributed by Cedar Mill residents
about their memories. If you have a story, or know someone who
does, please email
The Cedar Mill Historical Society is a 501(c)3 charitable organization formed to further the preservation and education about our community's past. Visit the Cedar Mill History Project for some ideas on how we can do this, and email
us if you'd like more information: email@example.com.