Thank you to Peninsula Daily News for their recent article on our plans for the Worthington House. Part of the article, scanned from the newspaper, is displayed below. However, you can click here to read the full text online. (This external link will open in a new tab.)
Category Archives: Property Update
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 […]
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.
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 […]
The Quilcene Museum is thrilled to welcome Chuck and Kathi to the Phase II “Raise the Roof” effort! Their support and participation means so much to us and to the community. Thrasher, Boyker named as project leaders for Worthington Park ‘Raise the Roof’ Published Wednesday, October 7, 2015 in the PT Leader Raise the Roof Chuck […]
This is a huge milestone for us! The Hamilton-Worthington House has been awarded placement on both the Washington State Heritage Registry of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. Read all about it on the Museum main website!
Mansion in Motion! This crew of amazing local specialists are moving the mansion off her old foundation, so she can wait in midair while a new modern foundation is created. Then she will move back to the original position on the property. Thank you to the PTLeader.com for the wonderful article and photo. Pictured below […]