Without the support of these very generous individuals, we could not do it! Thank you very sincerely to all for your support! … [Read more...] about Special Thanks to Our Core Donors
Port Townsend Leader May 23, 2012 By Viviann Kuehl An idea germinating over the past five years sprang into being last week, appearing as the Worthington Park stage, gracefully sited next to Worthington pond. Part of the Worthington Park project in Quilcene, the stage is slated to be a venue for performing artists, weddings, and other events, and managed by Linger Longer … [Read more...] about Article: Worthington Park stage goes up in Quilcene
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Quilcene lost a champion on May 8, 2012 with the passing of Mrs. Eileen Worthington at her home. In 1999, Eileen donated a piece of her land at the corner of Columbia and Center Roads, to create the current museum site. She was a founding member of the Quilcene Historical Museum and served on the Board. In 2008, Eileen was named "Honored Citizen" at the Quilcene Fair and … [Read more...] about In Memoriam: Eileen Worthington 1919-2012
For the Linger Longer Outdoor Theater totems, Robert Canterbury carved a bear, face, beaver and thunderbird into one of the totems. An owl, a baby, a whale and an eagle inhabit the other. Bob Canterbury was born in Quilcene and lived there for the first 50 years of his life. He now lives and carves on Camano Island, WA. Canterbury started carving in 1977. He has carved … [Read more...] about About Bob Canterbury, totem carver