Historic Everett Annual Membership Meeting
The Boeing 747’s First Flight
Sunday, February 24 at 2:00pm
Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Ave
The Boeing 747, an airplane known as “The City of Everett”, took flight on February 9, 1969 from our very own Snohomish County Airport, Paine Field. This successful jumbo jet is celebrating its 50th anniversary and to commemorate that event in Everett’s history, educator and author, Steve K. Bertrand will tell the story of how the notion to develop a 747 emerged, the race to build it against numerous challenges, its maiden flight, & the 747’s subsequent impact on commercial aviation today. Join us to learn more about 2019 events and activities. Renew your membership. Enjoy refreshments. Free for members, $5 donation for guests.
Lowell School: Heart Bomb
Friday, March 1 at 3:00pm
3715 Oakes Avenue, Everett WA
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 on 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.
Dec 16: Holiday Party, 6:30pm, Elks Club, 2802 Hoyt Ave.
Sept 8: Home Tour, 10am-3pm. Tour starts at the Van Valey House, 2130 Colby Ave.
Aug 9, 16, 23: Waterfront History Boat Tours, 6:30-8pm. Meet at Jetty Landing, 10th Street and West Marine View Drive.
July 26: Waterfront History Boat Tour, 6:30-8pm.Co-sponsored by Historic Everett and the Port of Everett. Meet at Jetty Landing, 10th Street and West Marine View Drive.
April 12: Everett Museum honors Larry O’Donnell, Everett Yacht Club.
April 23-25: Revitalize WA preservation conference in Port Townsend, sponsored by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation.
May 9: Waterfront History Bus Tours, 3:30 & 5:30, free admission. Co-sponsored by Historic Everett and the Port of Everett. Register at www.portofeverett.com/bustours or contact Catherine Soper at email@example.com.
June 30: Evergreen Cemetery Tour, 11am, led by Gene Fosheim.
Mar 17: Malstrom Heritage Awards luncheon, 11:30am, Marysville Museum. Presented by LOSCHO.
Feb 18: Historic Everett Annual Meeting. 125th Anniversary of Everett, speaker Jack O’Donnell
Feb 19: Annual meeting, at the library auditorium at Everett and Hoyt Aves. State Architectural Historian Michael Houser highlights the work of several local Mid-Century Modern architects including Harold W. Hall, William A. Johnson, Robert Champion and John Bryant
Mar 18: Malstrom Heritage Awards by the League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations (LOSCHO)
Apr 30: Margaret Summit will talk about Madame Luella Boyer, Everett’s probable first African American business woman.
May 6: Brown Awards, presented by the Everett Historic Commission. Weyerhauser Room at the Everett Station.
June 10: The Cemetery Tour at Evergreen Cemetery, led by Gene Fosheim.
June 11: Trinity Episcopal celebrates their Quasquicentennial (125th) Anniversary — Jack O’Donnell gives a talk on the first three decades of Everett history.
July 29: Mid-Century Modern Architecture downtown tour and open houses cosponsored with Docomomo WEWA.
August 19: Civil War program at Evergreen Cemetery.
Sept 23: Historic Everett Home Tour of 7 homes starting with the Van Valey House.
Oct 22: Aileen Langhans presents her new book, “Random Facts From the Founding Days of Everett, Washington”.
Dec 17: Holiday party at the Schack Art Center.
Mar 6: Annual Meeting, at Trinity Lutheran College. Christopher Summitt, “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 on 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.