The 2nd Annual Camano Historic Sites Tour is expanding to include venues in Stanwood. Start off at I.O.O.F. Public Hall (The Floyd) for maps and info. Dave Eldridge from the Stanwood Area Historical Society will be giving a history talk and then leading a guided walking tour in West and East Stanwood. Have a look at the video for a preview!
Did you know that Camano Island State Park was built in one day in 1949 by volunteers? And do you know that the Friends of Camano Island Parks have acquired 14 properties in the last 23 years? Have a look at this video to learn more! Then come visit the historic parks during the Historic Sites Tour on April 6th – 8th, 2018. The Friday evening Kick Off features a […]
Ranger Tina has planned some activities at Cama Beach Historical State Park to help you learn what it was like to be camping at the resort in 1934. Have a look at this video to learn more:
The 2nd Annual Camano Island Historic Sites Tour runs April 6th – 8th in Stanwood and Camano Island. The history tour features over a dozen historic sites, including hundred-year old buildings, schoolhouses, barns, churches and parks. The tour kicks off Friday evening, April 6th, from 6 pm to 8 pm with two history talks: “Building Camano Island State Park in a Day & The National Grange Award” will be presented […]
Mary Margaret Haugen is the current president of the Utsalady Ladies Aid, following in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother who also both served as president. The Utsalady Ladies Aid has served the community for generations and is still going strong … watch this video to learn more!
Thanks to the efforts of a few dedicated volunteers, the Camano City Schoolhouse has been saved and now serves as a meeting space and educational facility for the island! Watch the video to meet the people who saved the schoolhouse and learn about the story…