Duvall Historical Society
Duvall Historical Society

Duvall Historical Society Events


The 2nd Annual Uncle Lumpy's Jug Band Fest *

Sunday, July 28th from 1-4

Uncle Lumpy's Jug Band

The 2nd Annual Uncle Lumpy's Jug Band Fest* will be held in conjunction with the Duvall Historical Society's regular Open House on Sunday, July 28th from 1 to 4 P.M. at the Dougherty Farmstead up the hill on North end of Duvall next to Holy Innocents Catholic Church and across the street from Cherry Valley Elementary School.

This year's featured band will be the Snoqualmie Valley's own super-talented Amber Lanterns from Snoqualmie. The six-piece band performs American folk, bluegrass inspired tunes with guitar, banjo, fiddle, acoustic bass, mandolin and washboard. They will be playing from 1 till 4.

If necessary, overflow parking will be available in the Holy Innocents Catholic Church parking area next door.

* Uncle Lumpy, AKA-- piano drop man, Larry Van Over

Check out the July Newsletter for "Remembering the Great Piano Drop of 1968" article


Conestoga Wagon Pioneers and their Adventures

Tuesday, Sept. 17th at the Duvall Library


Novelty Cemetery Twilight Cemetery Tour

Saturday, Sept. 28th at 6 p.m. at the Novelty Cemetery


Readers' Theater: Local Veterans Remember the Korean War

Tuesday, November 5th, 7:30 p.m.

Duvall Visitor Center


Dougherty Farmstead Open House

Sundays, May through September

Stop by from 1pm to 4pm every* Sunday through September 30th for a tour of the Dougherty Farmstead. Walk through the Dougherty House - built over 100 years ago and visit the bunkhouse, milk barn, and pioneer cemetery nearby.

*The Dougherty Farmstead will not be open for tours on Sunday, June 2nd.

The Dougherty House is located at 26524 NE Cherry Valley Road in Duvall.


Top banner photo: Fourth of July parade, Duvall, 1911