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Skagit County Historical Museum
Located in La Conner, Washington, the Skagit County Historical Museum is featuring a celebratory exhibit entitled, “50 Years of History at the Top of the Hill.” The Skagit Valley Historical Society was founded in 1959 and the museum opened in June 1958. The exhibit, which includes the stories of the early settlers and how their life style and culture influenced the county’s development, will be on display through March 2019.
Visitors can also peruse the South Gallery, which features First Peoples and early industries. The North Gallery displays the home life of early settlers, areas schools, and the lost cities of Skagit County.
The museum offers a variety of educational opportunities for school students. These exhibits allow students to discover the history of Skagit County Native American settlements by experiencing hands-on activities where they learn how to make bead bead bracelets, masks, and paper dugout canoes.
To schedule a tour or special program contact: the museum at 360-466-3365 (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The museum is located at 501 South 4th Street in La Conner.
For more information, visit their website: http://www.skagitcounty.net/museum
Cave Art Press is honored to have our books, The Cigarette Diaries, by Frank Pratt, and The Long Way from Brooklyn: An Italian-American Journey, by John Tursi, available for sale in the gift shop.