Annual Meeting of the
League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations
Jan 24th, 2015 (Saturday)
It will feature Fred Cruger with a training session on the Snohomish County Mapping Project as well as election of officers for 2015 and more planning for future heritage related programming, events and learning opportunities.
Location will be the Waltz Building in Snohomish
Annual dues are due in January, please renew !
The Malstrom Award Luncheon will be March 14th, 2015 (Saturday) at Noon
Our speaker will be Chuck Fowler who will talk on his book ‘Tall Ships on Puget Sound”. Chuck was the 2014 recipient of the WMA’s Robert Gray Award and many years a leader in King County Heritage related activities. Location to be determined.
There will be no Heritage Day in 2015 – Please let us know if you are interested in having one in 2016 – Volunteers to help coordinate are welcome!
It is the Waltz building in Snohomish for our next meeting Monday September 29, at 10:00 AM.
Historic Snohomish, WA
New members interested in local history or genealogy are always welcome.
March 1st beginning 8:30 am.
Our 2014 Heritage Day and Malstrom Awards Luncheon will be March 1st. (Click our web page for details and registration materials.)
The deadline for Malstrom Award nominations is Feb. 10th – so if you haven’t got them done, now is the time to contact Margaret Riddle and let her know.
Sessions is include programs on
- using social media for our heritage groups
- digitizing photographs by Sno-Isle Libraries and the Everett Public Library
- the history of Centennial Trail project – a great collaboration of park and history
- forum to learn about how to self-publish your history articles and books, both fiction and non-fiction.
- Opportunities to meet and hear about other history related projects going on around the Counties.
- Great Auction items!
The featured luncheon program will be Lynn Hyde, Education & Outreach Coordinator of the Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve, a part of the National Park System. He will bring us a program about the history and the historical preservation projects of this area, one of the first settled in the Puget Sound.
Please join us – registration materials here (You don’t have to come for the whole day, see the registration materials for details.)