Pictures from the Halloween Harvest Festival

Our first Harvest Festival was a great success! Attendees enjoyed a variety of games and activities, including pumpkin painting, pony cart rides, music, a candy corn ring toss, and much more. One of the highlights of the event was the murder mystery scavenger hunt: “Society for Investigating Curious Kleptocracy: Encounters with the Supernatural.” The audience, … Continue reading

Halloween Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival at Worthington Park Join us on Oct. 24 for this community event, featuring entertainment, games, hot cider, and more! The fun starts after school (3pm-7:30pm) on the Worthington Park grounds. Feeling creative? Enter the community-wide scarecrow contest, and have the chance of winning a prize basket valued at over $100! Registration and installation of … Continue reading

CK Birkenfeld Trail Dedication Event, November 12, 2016

This beautiful walking trail features many interpretive stops, marked with signs, that point out important natural features worth considering. Look for more news as we complete the signage and post an online tour companion guide! We would like to thank the Birkenfeld Foundation, the Seattle Foundation, the Museum Board members and our friends who worked … Continue reading

Late Summer Construction Photos

Work on the Worthington House is proceeding quickly! Thanks to Dan Nieman and his crew, Construction Managers Chuck and Kathi, Eric Monroe for his great custom flashing work, and the host of tireless volunteers that, with their donated hours, are saving thousands of dollars. We are so grateful.

Mansard Dormers taking shape!

Dan Nieman and his crew are working away right now at the beautiful custom dormers!! Wow, it’s going to be so elegant and evocative! Hey, who is that in the last picture – it’s Board Member (and Funds Development Committee Chair) Dave Satterlee! Here is another picture of Dave hard at work along with wife … Continue reading

Thank you, PT Leader, for the great editorial mention!

EDITORIAL: The Queen of Quilcene Jun 22, 2016 by Scott Wilson The Quilcene Revival is in full upswing. The number of successful new businesses, civic activities, remodels and the associated community pride is on a sharp upward curve. At the center of the hopes and dreams of the Emerald Towns of Hood Canal is the rehabilitation … Continue reading

Work Candids from the Museum and Mansion

Many thanks to all the hardworking helpers that are keeping the Museum and Worthington Park project moving forward by leaps and bounds! Below: Our Board members and friends putting in the long hours of property rehabilitation! (L-R) Christine Satterlee, Cleone Telling, David Satterlee, David and Terry Telling, Lori Millard, Cleone, David, Terry, Chuck Thrasher and … Continue reading