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Longfellow School: Heart Bomb

March 1 at 3:00pm

The Everett School District is taking steps toward hiring a salvage contractor to begin the demolition process at the Longfellow School. Now is the time to show how much you care about the school and make a statement. Historic Everett is organizing a “heartbomb” event for the school on Valentine’s Day. Similar to a flash mob, we will be posting giant hearts and love notes at the building. Bring Balloons, hearts or any act of ‘love’ for this historic building! The school is at located at 3715 Oakes Ave., meet at high noon on Thursday 2/14. Please be on time.

You can either make your own signs, letters and hearts and bring them with you, or you can come to the Historic Everett’s meeting room on Thursday 2/28 at 6:00 p.m. where we will have paper and markers for you to use and refreshments will be served. The address is 2112 Rucker, #8. Please walk around the building to the left.

***What’s a Heart Bomb?!***
A heart bomb is a public display of affection for places that matter. Every February, people across the country gather at historic sites and local landmarks (both safe and threatened!) to snap a photo with their valentines. Sharing the photos on social media raises awareness of these special places and why they matter to their local communities. Share your own photos using #heartbombSEA and #IHeartSavingPlaces.

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.

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Historic Everett Annual Membership Meeting

The Boeing 747’s First Flight

February 24, 2019 at 2:00pm
Everet Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Ave.

Author, historian and educator and coach, Steve Bertrand will stroll down Everett’s memory lane with pictures of Boeing’s 747. He’ll explore the 50 years of 747 history—from past to present. Join us to learn more about 2019 events and activities. Renew your membership. Volunteer to help with events. Enjoy refreshments. Free for members, $5 donation for guests.
Sponsored by the non-profit Historic Everett.

 


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IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO HELP SAVE!

Longfellow School: Heart Bomb

February 14 at noon

The Everett School District is taking steps toward hiring a salvage contractor to begin the demolition process at the Longfellow School. Now is the time to show how much you care about the school and make a statement. Historic Everett is organizing a “heartbomb” event for the school on Valentine’s Day. Similar to a flash mob, we will be posting giant hearts and love notes at the building. Bring Balloons, hearts or any act of ‘love’ for this historic building! The school is at located at 3715 Oakes Ave., meet at high noon on Thursday 2/14. Please be on time.

You can either make your own signs, letters and hearts and bring them with you, or you can come to the Historic Everett’s meeting room on Wednesday 2/13 at 6:00 p.m. where we will have paper and markers for you to use and refreshments will be served. The address is 2112 Rucker, #8. Please walk around the building to the left.

***What’s a Heart Bomb?!***
A heart bomb is a public display of affection for places that matter. Every February, people across the country gather at historic sites and local landmarks (both safe and threatened!) to snap a photo with their valentines. Sharing the photos on social media raises awareness of these special places and why they matter to their local communities. Share your own photos using #heartbombSEA and #IHeartSavingPlaces.

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.

More Endangered Everett Buildings