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7th Annual Heritage Preservation Award Benefit Brunch on Camano

CAMANO ISLAND HERITAGE PRESERVATION AWARD BENEFIT BRUNCH

Camano Schoolhouse Foundation invites you to the 7th Annual Heritage Preservation Award Benefit Brunch at 11:00, Oct 12
Location:  The Historic Camano City Schoolhouse located at 993 Orchid Rd (just off Chapman Road).
This year the Foundation is honoring Don Hopkins and his family for their dedication to preserving historic structures and who has been instrumental in painting the Utsalady Ladies Aid building, the Camano City Schoolhouse and Firehouse.
The featured guest speakers will be Jim and Malynda Shipley of The Crab Cracker. The delicious breakfast will be catered by Donna King.
Donations are used to restore and operate the 1906 Camano City Schoolhouse and the newly acquired Firehouse.

Reservations may be made at www.camanoschoolhouse.com. Call Chuck Durland for more information.

May 3rd – Picker’s Row

PICKERS ROW

Antiques & Vintage Collectible Spring Show
Friday May 3rd – Sunday May 5th 2019
Friday & Saturday – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center
27130 102nd Ave NW, Stanwood Wa 98292….read more

Program : She Traveled Solo

Program She Traveled Solo March 17 Floyd Norgaard Cultural CenterShe Traveled Solo: Strong Women in the Early 20th Century
Sunday, March 17th,  4 – 6 p.m.
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center

To honor Womens History Month join us for a program by writer, artist and outdoorswoman Tessa Hulls.  Her presentation features stories of intrepid early 19th century travelers who defied expectations and embarked on adventures and journeys that have remained largely untold.  Inspired by early documents and photographs Tessa Hulls provides a new perspective on these adventurers before they could vote or own property.

The program is co-sponsored by the Camano Island Library Friends , Humanities Washington and hosted by the Stanwood Area Historical Society as part of it H & H Hors d’oeuvres & History program series.  (Scroll below)
More resources produced by Library Staff
Snohomish Womens Legacy Project Biographies of Snohomish County Women.

Program She Traveled Solo March 17 Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center