The Woodinville Heritage Society has 20 volunteer docents who serve the DeYoung Museum as guides when the museum is open to the public the first Sunday of each month.
The next opening is Sunday, March 3, 1-4 p.m. Currently, The DeYoung Museum offers a special exhibit depicting the 12 general stores that served Woodinville from 1887 to the 1970s. Pictures and artifacts are displayed in one of the museum rooms. Coming in June will be a new exhibit about the early-day Hollywood Farm founded by Frederick Stimson, which later evolved into Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery.
“We also have a hands-on children’s table where kids can play with various objects of bygone days while adults are viewing such new exhibits as our early 1900s teacup collection,” said Suzi Freeman, collections director.
For local residents, there is a continuing display of 1920s and 1930s county maps of the Woodinville area.
The museum is located at 14121 NE 171st St.. up the hill from the Woodinville Urgent Care Center.