Stuck In The Mud at Warm Beach

Stuck In The Mud - A History of Warm Beach

Stuck In The Mud

The Stanwood Area Historical Society Invites You to a Celebration of the  Recent Publication of a new history of the Warm Beach area of Snohomish County.

If you are familiar with the story of Vancouver’s 1892 mapping expedition through Puget Sound, you’ll understand the reference to the title of this great new history.   It includes hundreds of great stories of logging history, real estate development,  Kayak Point and Port Susan – that shallow bay between northwestern Snohomish County and Camano Island.

Join us for the celebration of a new Snohomish County History !

The History of Warm Beach
by Penny Hutchison Buse
Saturday, October 1, 2011
6:00- 9:00 p.m
Dessert Will Be Served
A Short Program will begin at 7 p.m.
Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center
27130 102nd Ave NW
Stanwood, WA

Directions  ( see our website – )
The Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center is part of the Stanwood Area Historical Society and is located two blocks north of the intersection of Highway 532 and 102nd Ave NW in the historic west end of Stanwood about 7 miles west of I – 5 Stanwood Camano exit 212

Parking is available in the parking lot just west of Center –

27130  102nd Ave. N. W. Stanwood, WA

All Book Sales Benefit the Stanwood Area Historical Society
For more info, call 360-629-6110