Lopez Island Grange rug makers, 1936. Willie Gallanger, Lenore Weeks, Leora Todd, and Sadie (Coffelt) Forest.

Exploring Lopez Island History

The Mission of the Lopez Island Historical Society is to collect, preserve, interpret, and share local history to increase awareness and appreciation of this resource for the benefit of future generations.
Exhibits

Work, play, and service on the Friendly Isle

Clubs, Commerce, Community

chock full of photos of the ways Lopezians used to keep themselves busy – making a living, socializing, and improving life on the island.
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Help Us Preserve Our Schoolhouse!
Events

Help Us Preserve Our Schoolhouse!

The Port Stanley Schoolhouse is an island gem. Saved and restored by the generosity and hard work of many in this community, we now count on your goodwill and love of Lopez history to help us maintain it. At times like these, the importance of preserving our history and coming together as a community are

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Events

Lopez Legends, Myths & Yarns 7

Lopez Island Historical Society presents Lopez Legends, Myths & Yarns 7 – Tales from Richardson

Featuring Mary Anne Lundy Nowicki,
Mary Jennison, Connie Chandler, and Becky Smith
Emceed by Larry Cochran
Saturday, November 23rd • 7 pm
at Woodmen Hall
Bring a tale to share! • $5 Suggested donation

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