Duvall Historical Society
Duvall Historical Society

Duvall Historical Society Events


Surviving the Great Depression in the Snoqualmie Valley: An Original Readers’ Theater Presentation

Monday, November 5, 7:30pm

Surviving the Great Depression in the Snoqualmie Valley
Presented by the Duvall Historical Society with support from KCLS, 4Culture and Country Collections. This dramatic presentation highlights the local history of the Great Depression. Learn how people managed to survive, in the words of those who lived through it.

Hear about the “stills in the hills” that sprang up in response to Prohibition. And enjoy a live performance of the music of the era, featuring local musician and historian Bob Antone.

Where: Held at Duvall Visitor Center 15619 Main Street, Duvall

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


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