June, 2020 HDSA Newsletter
HDSA Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote, preserve, and improve the downtown historic district as the heart and soul of the
City of Snohomish.
HDSA 2020 Board of Directors

Starting from left (clockwise):  

Ingrid Harten (Board President), 
Terry Schuler (Executive Director), 
Kelli & John Toomey, Fred Gibbs, 
Karen Smith, Pam James Treasurer), 
Judi Ramsey (Secretary), and 
Andy Gibbs (Vice-President)
Main Street Contest Results

Historic Downtown Snohomish made it into the Top 10 of America’s Main Street Contest! However, Sykesville, Maryland was the eventual winner. Even though we didn’t win, Snohomish received a lot of great press – radio, newspaper and TV. 

Thanks to everyone who voted often and with enthusiasm! We appreciate your support. We will find another way to fund the Gazebo. Some have suggested we raise funds to build what could be The Peace Gazebo, a place to heal. We value your input. 


Go to our website and filter by business type to find contact and operation information for your favorite historic district business! 


Reimagined, Reinvented, Still our Charm Walk!
We can’t wait to see everyone again, when downtown reopens in June! We’ll be launching a new and exciting Snohomish Summer Charm Walk. To make this happen, we are offering both In-person and Virtual Charmer options and extending the event time frame over the summer. The Charm Walk will begin on Saturday, June 13 and run through Sept 5. 

The format has changed but the fun remains the same! Your participation will directly help your favorite small town ~ Snohomish! ~ recover from the substantial impact of this global pandemic. For more details and to buy your tickets today, visit:

Made in Snohomish Father’s Day Bag
Order Today! 
Last month’s Made in Snohomish Mother’s Day Bag was wildly popular and sold out quickly! This month we have a truly special Father’s Day Bag which is sure to be a popular gift with Dads. 

All items are proudly made in Snohomish. Click on the HDSA store to select a Father’s Day Bag featuring either Skip Rock Rye Whiskey or Randolph Cellars Red Wine. Included in each bag are other fantastic Snohomish made products like SnoTown Beer, an Oopsie Daisy Dad towel, JarlWood Art key chain, Andy’s Fishhouse smoked salmon, Sprig shaving lotion, Skip Rock hand sanitizer, and an Artisans Mercantile tote. The cost is $115 and supplies are limited! Your bag can be picked up on Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20.
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