2017 Snohomish Historical Society Home Tour

Please join us on September 17th for our Annual Home Tour! Tickets are priced at just $15 dollars. Seniors and children (age 12 and under) pay only $12! The self-guided tour hours are noon-5 pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance at McDaniels, Joyworks, or Annie’s on First. We thank these fantastic local businesses for their support. Should you wish to buy tickets on the day of the tour, they’ll be available beginning at 11:30 am at The Waltz Building (116 Avenue B). Grab you’re friends and join us for a stroll through some lovely homes! For more information please call 360-568-5235 or email snohomishhistoricalsociety@gmail.com

2015 Christmas Parlour Tour

Tour Date: Sunday, December 13, 2015. 12 pm — 4 pm
Please join us for a stroll through some lovely homes, decorated for the holidays and ready to welcome you! Gather up your friends and family members, grab a hot beverage, and come spend an afternoon wandering through parlours. Whether you’re looking to cultivate some inspiration for your own holiday decorating or you just need a break from the chaos of the season, we’d love to visit with you! Your ticket includes admission to Blackman House Museum where complimentary coffee, tea, and deserts will be available.

If we’ve been fortunate enough to have you visit Snohomish previously, thank you! If this will be your first time joining us…start a new annual tradition with the Snohomish Parlour Tour!

Ticket prices and availability are as follows:
Seniors and kids (ages 62 and over or 12 and under) $12.00
Adults $15.00

Pre-sale tickets are available at the following local merchants:
McDaniel’s Do-It Center
Blackman Museum

For more information please call 360-568-5235
r email snohomishhistoricalsociety@gmail.com

General Membership Meeting

Wednesday, March 16th | 7p  | Waltz Building

This meeting is for You!  Please join fellow Snohomish Historical Society members for a presentation on the historic Carnegie Library project.  Come hear about the current plans and future use of Snohomish’s own gem presented by Melody Clemons, president of the Snohomish Carnegie Education Center.  You won’t want to miss this one!

Refreshments will be served.