Sunday, April 30, 2pm: Margaret Summit will talk about Madame Luella Boyer at Bayside Bed and Breakfast. Boyer was Everett’s probable first African American business woman.
Saturday, May 6, 10am: Brown Awards, presented by the Everett Historic Commission. Weyerhauser Room at the Everett Station.
Saturday, June 3 at 11am: The ever-popular Cemetery Tour at Evergreen Cemetery, led by Gene Fosheim.
Saturday, July 22 at 10am: Mid-century tour with DOCOMOMO WEWA, starting at the corner of California and Wetmore (site of the Bank of Everett/Cope-Gillette Theatre).
August: Walk the Riverfront Trail with Jack O’Donnell.
August: Civil War program at Evergreen Cemetery, led by Gene Fosheim.
September: Home Tour. Visit several historic Everett homes.
October: “Is My House Historic” with David Chrisman.
November: Everett Massacre commemoration.
December: Holiday party.
2018: 125th Anniversary of the Everett City Charter.
Past Events, 2017
Feb 19: Annual meeting, at the library auditorium at Everett and Hoyt Aves. State Architectural Historian Michael Houser highlighted the work of several local architects including Harold W. Hall, William A. Johnson, Robert Champion and John Bryant
Mar 18: Malstrom Awards.
Past Events, 2016:
Mar 6: Annual Meeting, at Trinity Lutheran College, The Commons. Christopher Summitt, an engaging historian and master storyteller, spoke on “Everett and First Settlements in Snohomish County”.
Mar 19: LOSCHO Malstrom Award luncheon.
Apr 3: Kent Sullivan on the Northern Pacific Railroad
Apr 17: Talk and book signing with Gene Fosheim, author of Mill Town Boy
Jun 4: Cemetery Tour, Evergreen Cemetery.
July 13: Ceremony for moving the Weyerhauser building.
July 28: Bicycle ride the Mill Town Trail.
Aug 20: Downtown guided walking tour with Jack O’Donnell.
Aug 27: Civil War cemetery tour at Historic Evergreen Cemetery, led by Gene Fosheim.
Oct 29: Presentation of the creation of the “Everett Massacre graphic novel” by Deborah Fox.
Nov 3: 100th anniversary of the Everett Massacre.
Dec 17: Holiday party at the Schack Art Center.