Historical Reenactments & Storytelling

Mukilteo Historical Society (MHS) volunteers are developing a program of historical reenactments and story telling for presentation throughout the year. Mukilteo founders, trading post workers, Japanese American sawmill workers, educators, a powder mill employee, an early business entrepreneur and more will celebrate diverse cultures and earlier times in the Mukilteo area. MHS members and other Snohomish County community members will provide entertaining and educational glimpses into Snohomish County history.

Help make those reenactments and story telling events happen.

Current volunteers want this activity to be fun and to be flexible. Help now!

  • Have fun and meet new people.
  • Become a performer of historical times and events in Snohomish County.
  • Help to expand the overall plan.
  • Donate old hats, fabrics and other regalia.
  • Volunteers to sew.
  • Research historical events.
  • Or help in other ways that fit your talents and schedules.

Get in touch

If you would like more information about these events or to learn more about joining the storytellers, email info@mukilteohistorical.org or leave a message at (425) 513-9602.

Storytellers have included: Ellen Koch, Rosemary Nellist, Robert Smith, Mas Odoi, Steve Odoi, Jim Shipman, Bob Burnham, Olivia Getz, Diane Tinsley, Shelia McGillivray, Christopher Summitt, and John Petroff.