The Skagit County Historical Museum will serve as the preeminent source for the understanding and enjoyment of Skagit County's unique cultural history. In doing so, the Museum will foster community identity, understanding and pride; offer a sense of belonging and act as a forum for bringing individuals and communities together. The Museum will enjoy strong and diverse community support by representing the history of all Skagit County people and communities; responding to the changing needs of broad audiences and exemplifying high ethical standards.
The Skagit County Historical Museum actively engages the public in the understanding and enjoyment of Skagit County's unique cultural history. In pursuit of our mission,
We Collect and preserve objects and information documenting our diverse history for purposes of public education and institutional needs.
Interpret our history through effective educational exhibits, programs, publications and services.
Reflect the history of all Skagit County people and communities.
Seek community involvement and collaboration for achieving the greatest public benefit.
Serve the broadest possible audience.
Obtain resources for maintaining high quality services and manage resources in accordance with sound business practices.
Achieve support from diverse communities in the form of memberships, funding, in kind contributions, collection donations, attendance, volunteers and endorsements.
Provide facilities and information access necessary for effective and efficient service.
Exemplify professionally accepted museum practices.
Serve the public in a respectful, fair and efficient manner.
Promote a collaborative working environment based upon mutual respect, trust and fairness.
Tuesday, Aug 17, 2021 at 10:00a.m. Pacific Time
Saturday, Sep 18, 2021 at 11:00a.m. Pacific Time
Saturday, Sep 18, 2021 at 2:00p.m. Pacific Time
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