County Genealogical Organizations
of the American Revolution-Gov Isaac Stevens Chapter
Wed., noon, Sept-May
of the American Revolution-Whidbey Island Chapter
3331 E Pinewood
Thurs at Useless Bay Country Club
Club of South Whidbey
P.O. Box 976
Mon, 1pm, Trinity Lutheran Church
County Historical Museum
P.O. Box 305
hours (May-Sept), 10am-5pm, daily. Winter hours, Fri-Mon, 10am-4pm.
Front & Alexander.
"Located at the end of historic Front Street in Coupeville Washington,
the Island County Historical Museum offers a glimpse into the history of
Whidbey Island. The Museum will be displaying a Tall Ships Exhibit
until the end of September, 2002; from October-November, the Museum will
be displaying the Cora Cook Doll Collection; in December the Museum will
be welcoming "The Big One" traveling exhibit on earthquakes, from the Burke
Starting in 2003, Island County will be celebrating its sequicentennial.
The Museum will be instrumental in showing the history of the area when
Island County and Coupeville were founded.
Displays will be changing throughout the year to compliment celebrations
by Island County, Coupeville, the Coupeville Methodist Church, the Admiralty
Head Lighthouse and Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve.
Summer hours are Thursday-Monday 10:00-5:00 and winter hours are Friday-Monday
Admission is $2.00 general, $1.50 seniors and students, $4.50 family, FREE
children under 6 and members.
You may viist our website at www.islandhistory.org"
Whidbey Historical Society
P.O. Box 612
2nd Thurs at 312 Second St.
Island Genealogical Searchers
P.O. Box 627
Tues, 1pm, at Oak Harbor Municipal Shops, 1400 16th Ave.
Island County || ALHN