Personalized Fashion Shows by Request Only, contact Louise Sager at 360-384-3693
May 9, 2015
Ready, Set, Grow... Stop by Samuels Furniture's Parking lot and get all the plants you'll need. Members of the Heritage Society have potted up everything from annual flowers, and vegetable starts, to trees and berry plants to sell. Not a green thumb? Then stop by and check out our garden art, gardening how to books and all the other miscellaneous items for sale. All proceeds go towards the purchase and maintenance of the flower beds that surround the cabins at Pioneer Park. Stop by, shop and support our society. Hours are 9am till we're sold out, quality, inexpensive treasures go quickly.
Old Settlers Weekend
July 22-26, 2015, 120th yearr
Pioneer Park is the spotlight of this annual community celebration in Ferndale, occurring the last weekend of July. Ferndale Heritage Society volunteers open the park's historic cabins for public viewing and also participate in the grand parade. The overall event is organized by the Old Settler's Association. The weekend includes a parade, baseball tournaments, crafts, food vendors, a talent show, musical entertainment, non-profit expo, flower show and beer garden. It is the longest continually running annual picnic in the state.
Pioneer Christmas Bazaar
November 14, 2015
In November 2013, the Heritage Society hosted the first Pioneer Christmas Bazaar. The event has grown to include not only arts and crafts in the Tillicum house, but now includes a second building(actually the log cabin church) that only has "gently used" Christmas items. You won't find better prices anywhere. Society members and interested vendors need to contact Gail Nelson, 360-671-3377 to reserve a table. Space is limited and table space is reserved on a first come first served basis. Vendors and members all agreed that this was one of the most enjoyable bazaars around.
Olde Fashioned Christmas
December 4-6, 2015
Bring your camera, and step back in time this holiday season at the Olde Fashioned Christmas celebration in the historic cedar log cabins of Pioneer Park.
Members of the Ferndale Heritage Society don pioneer costumes to greet visitors of all ages as they experience how our ancestors enjoyed the Christmas holidays in these log homes. Each of the 12 cabins is decorated in a special theme to welcome visitors. The event includes hands-on crafts for children, old fashioned games, music and a working general store to purchase old fashioned Christmas gifts. Costumed hosts greet you in each cabin, and the smell of home-style baking, set the mood for the Christmas season.
With its serene theme and wooden pews, the log church is the perfect spot to sit a spell and reflect. Children will enjoy writing letters to Santa at the one-room school house and then mailing them at the historic post office. The sound of sleigh bells circulates through the park as visitors take a festive horse drawn carriage ride through downtown Ferndale.
Families are encouraged to take their own photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. At the conclusion of the tour, stop by the Tillicum House for delicious cookies and warm beverages.
Hours - Olde Fashioned Christmas - 2015
Friday, December 4, from 5-9 p.m.
Saturday, December 5, from 1-9 p.m.
Sunday, December 6, from 1-4 p.m.
Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for children.