Start your year by getting involved in a community project. Come to the Duvall Visitor and Centennial Center on Main Street in Duvall on January 10, 2015 at 11:00am for a Use Planning Session for the Yellow Barn. We need to hear your ideas! Good way to start the New Year!
The design of the new facility has been drafted and now we will be looking for additional input on how the barn will be used. This input will be critical in our efforts to refine the design of the barn to support the Community needs and desires. We are gathering people together to talk about hopes for the new facility. The barn needs the community now.
Disassembly of the barn has been successful so far and everything above the ground floor has been carefully removed and lowered to the ground.
Thank you to:
- Volunteer Connie Zimmerman, project manager for keeping us all going in the same direction;
- Volunteer Wendy Coopman, field construction manager for her good ideas, willingness to stand out in the cold, and perseverance;
- Volunteer Adam Henry Schwinn of Adam’s Auto Angel for excellent on-site photography and problem solving; and
- Cooks Structural Movers who are doing a wonderful careful job of disassembling the barn
Great work team!!!!
Expect to see part of the first floor of the barn come down next week.
Some fun items that were found include several pitchforks, a broken sling shot, and some old hardware. These items will be saved in the Duvall Foundation for the Art’s storage locker and will be displayed in the Yellow Barn.
Happy Holidays everyone. Enjoy time with your family and friends and then come engage with your community on January 10, 2015 at 11am, Duvall Visitor and Centennial Center. See you there!
For more information please visit our Big Yellow Barn page!