Free admission Thursday at Hibulb Cultural Center

Free Thursday is here!

By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News

hibulb logoTULALIP – The first Thursday of each month the Hibulb Cultural Center offer visitors an opportunity to explore Tulalip history and culture free of cost.

Visitors today are able to enjoy the center’s extended hours 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. to explore Tulalip’s rich history and culture through exhibits such as the Coast Salish Inheritance, featuring Tulalip tribal artists; the Veterans Gallery, a tribute to Tulalip tribal veterans; and the Canoe Hall.

If you have not explored the variety of traditional and contemporary art created by Tulalip artists, today’s free admission is a great time to see the Coast Salish inheritance exhibit before it ends on May 21.

Don’t forget to stop by the Hibulb Cultural Center’s Gift Shop for their April sale featuring 40% off apparel and winter accessories, and 25% off Pendleton coats and vests.

Today’s free admission also includes tonight’s Hibulb Poetry Series featuring Tulalip poet, Ceriwyn Hanney at 6:00 p.m.

General admission is free for Hibulb Cultural Center members and Tulalip tribal members.  Adult (18yrs & over)  $10.00. Senior (50+ yrs)  $7.00. Student (6-17yrs) $6.00. Military & Veterans $6.00. Child (5yrs and under) FREE. Family $25.00.


Hibulb Cultural Center is located at 6410 23rd Avenue NE, Tulalip, WA 98271. For more information about Hibulb Free Thursdays or events, please call 360-716-2600 or visit, or