Sometimes a new creative idea is just the thing to spread a little Easter joy in the community. This year, Worthington Park board members and volunteers collaborated with the Quilcene Fire Rescue, local churches, and food banks to surprise a number of community members – particularly senior citizens and others remaining at home for safety […]
Quilcene Historical Museum Sponsors Online Performance of May’s Vote Sunday March 28, 7PM Quilcene Historical Museum invites you to join us for May’s Vote, a play by Toni Douglass about two extraordinary women from Washington’s past. Tickets are free, and you can attend from anywhere – because the show is presented virtually! This month is […]
We are deeply honored to be one of two recipients of the 2020 Mary P. Johnson Historic Preservation Award during Mari Phillip’s tenure as Chairperson of the Quilcene Historical Museum. We wish to extend our most sincere thanks for the support of our community, donors, grantors, and the many volunteers giving their time to help make […]
Letter from Christine Satterlee Dear Friends, Members & Supporters, This past year has been challenging for all of us and especially our community. We are cautiously making plans now for this coming year as we hopefully round the corner on the pandemic and become fully operational in 2021. But first, I want to express our […]
Tracing the Fjord featured two articles on Worthington Park in the winter issue: a page on this Fall’s Scarecrow Contest, as well as an article on the collection of sixteen paintings currently on loan to to us. We hope to also provide PDF copies of the articles here, please check back. In the meantime, they […]
This was a week like no other for our town! The Quilcene community gathered at Worthington Park this week to celebrate the fall spirit in an unprecedented display of creative spirit and fun. This year’s third annual Scarecrow Contest provided a much needed morale boost for friends and neighbors alike as they assembled twice the number of scarecrow entries from years past. The 18 entries came from all parts of Quilcene and sported a colorful range of costumes and characters.