History Tours by Boat, Bus & Bike

Calling all history buffs! In honor of the Port of Everett’s centennial year and City of Everett’s 125th anniversary, Historic Everett is partnering with the Port to offer a fun “then and now” twist to our 2018 tour programs. Guests who sign up to join us on a land or sea tour will enjoy a ride around the Everett peninsula with commentary by local historians and Port staff.

BUS TOURS: May 9, 2:30-5pm/5:30-7pm

Register for Bus Tours at www.portofeverett.com/bustours or contact Catherine Soper at catherines@portofeverett.com. RSVP & government-issued photo ID required since we travel partially Port property. Meet at Port office in front of Scuttlebutt Brew Pub, 1205 Craftsman Way.

BIKE TOUR: June 2, 10am Presentation/11am Bike Ride

Join local historian Jack O’Donnell for a waterfront history overview before heading out for a bike ride along the new Mill Town Trail. Meet at Blue Heron Room in the Port building by Scuttlebutt Brew Pub, 1205 Craftsman Way.

BOAT TOURS: July 26, August 9, 16, 23, 6:30-8pm

Harbor Boat Tours reservations accepted beginning April 1, 2018. To sign-up, call the Jetty Island reservation line at 425.257.8304. Meet at Jetty Landing, 10th Street and West Marine View Drive.

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Endangered Buildings: Longfellow School

The Everett School District is considering demolition of this 1911 building, located at 3715 Oakes Ave. It’s in danger of being replaced by parking spaces. For more on its history and how the public can help preserve its legacy, see Longfellow School.

Longfellow School

More Endangered Everett Buildings



Add the 2018 Calendar to Your Collection

Our calendar celebrates the 125th anniversary of Everett’s city charter in 1893. Still available for at these fine businesses for a reduced price of $10.00:

  • J. Matheson Gifts, 2615 Colby Ave
  • Lamoureux Real Estate, 1904 Wetmore Ave
  • Peak Fitness, 2902 Rucker Ave

We can also mail it to you, click “Buy Now” below to order.