ISLAND COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

RALLY ROUND HISTORY

A DRIVING EVENT ON THE SCENIC ROADS OF WHIDBEY ISLAND!

JUNE 26, 2010 – 9am & 2pm Rally starts

Or just come to ogle at LOTS OF COOL CARS!

Sherman, 2006. 24″x36″ Acrylic. By Perry Woodfin

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COME ONE COME ALL!

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Looking for a fun day for the entire family?  Think about partaking in the Island County Historical Museum’s Barn Rally, a driving event for any motorized vehicle, on Saturday, 26 June 2010.    All Rallies begin and end in Coupeville  —  Washington’s second oldest town.   Participants will have several routes to choose from.  Do one, or do them all (9am and 2pm starts) OR, make reservations now for guaranteed parking on Front Street for a Show ‘n Shine with an option for the 2pm rally.   Your donation of $20 per vehicle benefitsIsland County Historical Society (a 509(c)(3) non profit) in their mission to continue preserving Island County’s historic structures, artifacts and documents for their members, guests and for generations to come.  Your donation also includes admission to the ICHS Museum on Front and Alexander in Coupeville.

ICHS Museum is open seven days/week with its new exhibit “Industrious Islanders” featuring various “industry” of Island County life, from Woolly Mammoth hunting, to telecommunications. Some of the featured displays in the exhibit include an interactive telephone exhibit, antique printing press and early Island County Times editions, doctors, pharmacists, and midwives, and more.

Get away for a day of driving adventures on unforgettable Whidbey Island to win cool prizes and increase you and your family’s awareness for the preservation of historic structures – namely barns.

All are welcome, individuals and vehicle clubs alike.  Call 360 678-3310 to make your reservation.  Donation accepted day of.  Come one, come all and Rally ‘Round the History of Whidbey Island.