Category: events

Meet Author JD Howard this Sunday

Visit EMoH’s table at the Everett Farmer’s Market this Sunday, August 21st between 1 pm and 3 pm to meet local author JD Howard, pen name of James Cuthill. Mr. Cuthill wrote the newly published novel Sawdust Empire based on turbulent early years of Everett’s founding, including… Continue Reading “Meet Author JD Howard this Sunday”

Meet Local Author JD Howard Sunday

  Visit EMoH’s table at the Everett Farmer’s Market this Sunday, August 21st between 1 pm and 3 pm to meet local author JD Howard, pen name of James Cuthill. Mr. Cuthill wrote the newly published novel Sawdust Empire based on turbulent early years of Everett’s founding,… Continue Reading “Meet Local Author JD Howard Sunday”

Ed and Betty Morrow anchor efforts to preserve Everett’s history

Julie Muhlstein wrote an excellent article about our celebration with Ed and Betty Morrow last week for the Everett Herald. She writes, in part: Tuesday evening’s event, presented by theEverett Museum of History, was a tribute to Ed and Betty Morrow. The Morrows, both… Continue Reading “Ed and Betty Morrow anchor efforts to preserve Everett’s history”

Last Chance & Special Event Thursday Night at the Schack!

Have you already seen our exhibit Through the Lens at the Schack Art Center? We bet you’ve never seen it like this! For one night only, our resident historians will be available to answer your questions about the exhibition and Everett history. Come meet… Continue Reading “Last Chance & Special Event Thursday Night at the Schack!”

June 11th – September 1st: Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Exhibition

Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Everett Museum of History in partnership with the Schack Art Center June 11th – September 1st, 2015 Grand Opening June 18th, 2015, 5:00-8:00 pm Schack Art Center, 2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, Washington… Continue Reading “June 11th – September 1st: Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Exhibition”