January 2019 Register Roundup: Everett Museum of History

For the entire month of January 2019, Sno-Isle Food Co-op customers will have the opportunity to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar to support the Everett Museum of History, which is aiming to open its doors in downtown Everett in 2020!

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Keep reading to learn more about EMOH!

The Everett Museum of History, previously the Snohomish County Museum and Historical Society, is proud to serve the Everett community.

Since its beginnings in 1954, the museum has been located in several buildings but it has never had a permanent home – until now.

And with over 65,000 fascinating historical artifacts in our collection, we have a lot of catching up to do to show them off to our community!

With the goal of opening in 2020, the new, state-of-the-art, contemporary cultural heritage museum will be located in a historic building at Colby Avenue and Wall Street in downtown Everett’s cultural district.

Our Vision  is to build a dynamic heritage museum for innovative exploration and experiential opportunities for all.

We envision a community space where lively discussions happen; where the audience is always engaged in new ways – and where everyone has the freedom to see, touch, and participate with our history.

We draw on the strengths of the past, present, and future of our city and community.

We will enhance the community by providing appealing and innovative cultural heritage programming; engaging both those who have an interest in historical preservation, as well as those who are new to the idea – and entertain them with original and unique programs and exhibitions highlighting our extensive and diverse collection.

Our organization continues to work to evolve and preserve the permanent collection for present and future generations, as well as grow the idea of what a heritage museum is to the community it serves.

Did you know that Everett got 30 inches of snow in 1916?

Did you know that Everett got 30 inches of snow in 1916?

Rebekah West