Stanwood Camano Historic Sites Tour

September 20th & 21st, 2019

Schedule

3rd Annual Historic Sites Tour in Stanwood and Camano Island

Sept. 20th & 21st, 2019
Friday: Noon to 4 pm and Saturday: 10 am to 4 pm

FRIDAY SEPT. 20th Events:

Noon – 4 pm: ALL SITES OPEN FOR TOURING

Noon to 4 pm: Old Movies at The Floyd with popcorn and candy for sale. Grand Opening of “Centreville Forward” exhibit upstairs.

Noon to 4 pm: Tours with docents in period dress at The D.O. Pearson House

Noon to 4 pm: Activities at Utsalady Ladies Aid include a “Taste of Ladies Aid” (treats from the cookbook), exhibit from Island County Historical Museum, history of the building and of the Utsalady area

Noon to 4 pm: “Cemetery Search” game and Tours at Camano Lutheran Cemetery

Noon to 4 pm: Activities at Cama Beach Historical State Park include: Tours of Cabin 28 outfitted to reflect earlier days. Store Open. Kid’s Crafts – Tree Ring Medallions. Discover Pass Required to park.

1 pm: “A History of Stanwood and East Stanwood” at The Floyd and walking tours of Downtown Stanwood and East Stanwood

2 pm: Historical Walk at Barnum Point Park with Friends of Camano Island Parks president, Tom Eisenberg. (meet at parking lot)

3 pm to 6:30 pm: Opening Reception of Jack Gunter’s “Secrets of the Mount Vernon Culture” on display at the Camano City Firehouse, next door to the Schoolhouse.

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm: Friday evening lecture at The Floyd with light hors d’oeurves and wine. Richard Hanks presents: “If the Walls Could Talk,” followed by a Tour of the Ticket Room.

7 pm to 9 pm: Rollerskating games at the South Camano Grange

SATURDAY, SEPT. 21st Events:

10 am to 4 pm: ALL SITES OPEN FOR TOURING

8 am: Breakfast at the South Camano Grange. $8

9:30 am: Charter Bus Tour leaves from Camano Center. Reservations Required. Call Camano Center at 360-387-0222. (Also runs at 1:00 pm)

10 am: “A History of Stanwood and East Stanwood” presentation at The Floyd and walking tours of Downtown Stanwood and East Stanwood

10 am to 4 pm: Old Movies at The Floyd with popcorn and candy for sale and Grand Opening of “Centreville Forward” exhibit upstairs.

Noon to 4 pm: Tours with docents in period dress at The D.O. Pearson House

10 am to 4 pm: Activities at Utsalady Ladies Aid include a “Taste of Ladies Aid” (treats from the cookbook), exhibit from Island County Historical Museum, history of the building and of the Utsalady area

10 am to 4 pm: “Cemetery Search” game and Tours at Camano Lutheran Cemetery

10 am to 4 pm: Activities at Cama Beach Historical State Park include: Tours of Cabin 28 outfitted to reflect earlier days. Store Open. Kid’s Crafts – Tree Ring Medallions and toy boat building. Cama Beach Stroll – Join tour leaders along a relaxed walk talking about history from 1000’s of years ago to today. Discover Pass Required to park.

10 am to 4 pm: Jack Gunter’s “Secrets of the Mount Vernon Culture” on display at the Camano City Firehouse (next door to the Camano City Schoolhouse)

10 am to 4 pm: Author and Historian Karen Prasse at the Camano City Schoolhouse to discuss Camano Island history

1 pm: Charter Bus Tour leaves from Camano Center. Reservations Required. Call Camano Center at 360-387-0222.

1 pm: Original Pump Organ Concert at Camano Lutheran Church – Lynne Eide

1 pm: “A History of Stanwood and East Stanwood” presentation at The Floyd and walking tours of Downtown Stanwood and East Stanwood

7 pm to 9 pm: Saturday Evening Performance at the Camano City Schoolhouse. “The Stories of Ann Morrow Lindberg” and “Around the World with Nellie Bly” – Actress and Storyteller, Debbie Dimitre. $20 admission. Check CamanoSchoolhouse.com for ticket information.