Hickory Shirt – Heritage Days 2019

  • Thu Oct 17th, 2019 12:48pm
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Thanks to all that helped with events and thanks to those who participated in HSHD 2019!

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Members of the West End Business and Professional Association gathered for a group photo last Wednesday morning at the Forks Congregational Church after awarding Richard Halverson, seated front, the 2019 Pioneer Logger Award. Photo Lonnie Archibald

Members of the West End Business and Professional Association gathered for a group photo last Wednesday morning at the Forks Congregational Church after awarding Richard Halverson, seated front, the 2019 Pioneer Logger Award. Photo Lonnie Archibald

Sue Shane and Leila Kriebel demonstrated spinning at the Timber Museum Photo Linda Offutt

Sue Shane and Leila Kriebel demonstrated spinning at the Timber Museum Photo Linda Offutt

2019 Pioneer Logger Award recipient, Richard Halverson, was seen at the Forks Timber Museum demonstrating how some old-time saws operated. Photo Linda Offutt

2019 Pioneer Logger Award recipient, Richard Halverson, was seen at the Forks Timber Museum demonstrating how some old-time saws operated. Photo Linda Offutt

Phil Ward offered beginners and an advanced basket weaving classes over the weekend at the RAC. Photo Christi Baron

Phil Ward offered beginners and an advanced basket weaving classes over the weekend at the RAC. Photo Christi Baron

Loose Gravel provided the dancing tunes on Saturday night at the Rainforest Council for the Arts Dance at the RAC. Photo Linda Offutt

Loose Gravel provided the dancing tunes on Saturday night at the Rainforest Council for the Arts Dance at the RAC. Photo Linda Offutt

There was some crying at the Little Logger contest but in the end, it all worked out as everyone got a goody bag and a Sully’s Icecream cone certificate. Twenty-seven Little Loggers participated. The event was sponsored by WEBPA. Photo Christi Baron

There was some crying at the Little Logger contest but in the end, it all worked out as everyone got a goody bag and a Sully’s Icecream cone certificate. Twenty-seven Little Loggers participated. The event was sponsored by WEBPA. Photo Christi Baron

This young man from Bothell was in town with his mom who was “Twilighting.” He took advantage of the kid’s art activity at the Rainforest Art Center Saturday afternoon creating these two bookmarks! Photo Christi Baron

This young man from Bothell was in town with his mom who was “Twilighting.” He took advantage of the kid’s art activity at the Rainforest Art Center Saturday afternoon creating these two bookmarks! Photo Christi Baron

The Rainforest Players play about Aprons was well received, with musical selections before the play offered by Forkestra. The group played a selection of old-time songs and even one written by West End Pioneer Otis Crippen. Photo Linda Offutt

The Rainforest Players play about Aprons was well received, with musical selections before the play offered by Forkestra. The group played a selection of old-time songs and even one written by West End Pioneer Otis Crippen. Photo Linda Offutt