Area History Museum
D. O. Pearson House Museum &
the Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. ~ Please note changes below!
Tours available by appointment, please call 360-629-6110
Closed Holidays (except 4th of July)
charge for admission but donations are welcome
D. O. Pearson House
is open and visitors may check in at the Tolin
House visitors office at hours above. The library is open for
museum and ramp exhibits will be temporarily closing for painting and
and Hemlines Exhibit is
open by Appointment only - call 360-629-6110.
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center is part of the Stanwood Area
Historical Society and is located (Google Map) two blocks north of the
of Highway 532 and 102nd Ave NW in the historic west end of Stanwood.
About 7 miles west of I - 5 Stanwood Camano exit 212
Parking is available in the parking lot just west of the Pearson House
27108 - 27130
102nd Ave. N. W. Stanwood, WA
Stanwood Area Historical Society seeks to discover, preserve, and
display any materials which help to establish, illustrate, and
interpret the economic, social, and cultural heritage of the greater
Stanwood area, including if financially possible and appropriate,
historic sites and properties.
Stanwood Area Historical Society is a 501c3 non-profit
organization, charitable donations are deductible.
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center
Music and History by Hank Cramer
here for more information
Thank you to
our donors for making this possible !
The repair work of the siding on the Floyd
Norgaard Cultural Center has begun and expected to be completed in
under 3 weeks. This photograph was taken 7/16/2014. Note
the slanted fir (?) sheathing that was common. The false crown on
the top was added in the 1940s(?) when the original gable roof was
More information and progress to follow.
Click the picture for more info !
for Tour Appointment ~ 360-629-6110
information about Renting the Floyd, Click the Picture!
Workshop meets the FIRST Monday of each month at 1 p.m. on the 2nd
floor of the Stanwood Area History Museum.
For more information,
Special Project - the Camwood Obituary Project
here to see our Virtual Exhibit of the Cama
Historical Photograph Collection
the late 1990s, when Cama Beach Resort on the west side of Camano
Island was sold to Washington State Parks, historical photographs and
some of the artifacts found at the resort at that time were donated by
Karen Hamalainen & Sandra Worthington (owners) to the Stanwood
Area Historical Society. This online exhibit features a
database of the Cama Beach historical photographs to learn more about
what it was like in the 1930s, 40s and 50s when resorts were a large
part of the Stanwood Camano local economy. Many of the
photographs were on the wall of the resort store for over 60 years
showing fish catches, boating and other activities at the resort. This
exhibit is a work in progress - updates and improvements are planned,
contributions of information, personal accounts and more photographs
are always welcome, especially those that might include boathouse