LOSCHO Quarterly Meeting Oct 9

September 6, 2017

LOSCHO October Board Meeting

Monday, October 9, 2017
10:00 AM
Lake Stevens Historical Museum (either in the Gary Whitsell Reading Room or the LS Community Center next door)
1802 124th Ave NE (Main Street) in downtown Lake Stevens
Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Program: by Anita Kroeze, Lake Stevens Historical Society President
“Lake Stevens City Downtown redevelopment and the moving of Historic Grimm House and razing of the Museum”
Tour of the museum, Grimm House, and the immediate downtown where buildings might be moved.

Lake Stevens Museum Website

Article from Lake Stevens Ledger

Congratulations to the Marysville Historical Society which been working for years to raise funds and build their wonderful new museum.  

The Grand Opening and Open House for the new museum will take place from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, June 3, 2017.

You are invited to attend this festive event which is the reward of the last 15 years of very dedicated work on the part of the Board of Trustees. Guest speakers will be: John Nehring, Mayor of Marysville; the president of the Noon Rotary, Jessica Stickles, President of the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Jennifer Kilmer, of the Washington State Historical Society. All the key people in the development of the museum will be introduced and recognized for their contributions. There will be a door prize game during the open house.

6805 ARMAR ROAD near JENNINGS PARK in MARYSVILLE

This year at the Monroe Fair – give yourself plenty of time to see the exhibits at the Western Heritage Center.  Jerry Senner and his volunteers have been working for twenty years on the educational, engaging and interactive exhibits that teach how machines worked in the days before digital.  WHC-logoIt’s a great place for  school groups, and family outings to see how all the old chainsaws, tractors, threshing machines really worked.  One of the most fun is the model railroad representing how dependent we were on steam and diesel technology.  It’s truly a special experience – see  it before, during or after the Evergreen State Fair (Aug. 27th – Sept 7th).