Want to learn more fun facts about Snohomish County heritage? Then grab your walking shoes, hop on a bike - or put the kids in the stroller and make your way down the Centennial Trail, July 20th from 10a.m. – 2p.m. to learn local history along the former tribal route and early-century transportation corridor.
The Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission and local heritage organizations and Tribes will offer kids activities, hands-on interactive exhibits, cool refreshments and a chance to touch historic artifacts. The event is free.
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Snohomish County started to develop sections of the Centennial Trail in 1989 during the State’s centennial celebration. Today the rail alignment is part of a developing regional trail network connecting to Woodinville, Monroe, Everett, Lake Stevens, Arlington and Skagit County.
Can’t make it to the Centennial Trail History Walk? Don’t let that stop you from learning fascinating stories of the people and industries that made an impact on our community in the fields of agriculture, timber and rail at www.centennialtrail.com.
For more information about the event, email Gretchen Kaehler, Snohomish County Archaeologist, Snohomish County Parks and Recreation.
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