We have two Richardson Store wood ornaments, and an awesome paper folding model available for purchase this holiday season.
The paper folding model (above, left) is around 6″ long when assembled (you cut out and assemble.) The hanging etched wood ornaments (above, right and below) are approx. 5” high.
|Paper Folding Model||$18|
|Hanging Etched Ornament
(maple veneer panel)
|Color Hanging Ornament
(printed on oak veneer panel)
If you’d like us to ship your ornament(s), we can include 2 ornaments per package (no limit on folding models.) You may also pick up your ornaments at the museum, there will be an option to select your shipping method on PayPal.
Quantities are limited. We will fill as many orders we can, but expect demand will exceed supply. Please order soon.
Imagine a garden space in which modern Lopez families can share meals and special moments in the very heart of the island’s past.
The Lopez Island Historical Museum is beginning work on the Lopez Heritage Garden, a family picnic area in which memorials, tributes and remembrances can be displayed in a landscape of native plants and heritage apple trees. Lisa Hummel, descendant of the Hummel Lake family and a well-known Seattle landscape designer, has volunteered to design the project.
Although details are not finalized, the Lopez Heritage Garden will grace the landscape with heritage apple trees grafted from island orchards and several areas that will feature a variety of native plants. Memorial plaques, tiles or bricks will be mounted within the Garden on a combination of special posts, benches, tables, and arbors.
Lopez Island has always had a strong community-minded culture that honors the spirit and memories of those who have called Lopez Island their home. The Lopez Heritage Garden will be a place where that generous spirit is captured and memorialized for present and future generations. What better way to celebrate that culture than to surround it with beauty and growth?
- Memorial & remembrance monuments.
- Family picnic area
- Native plantings with identifying markers around the picnic area
- Heirloom fruit trees between shed and museum
- Additional gravel paths and seating areas