Event Reports

2020 Annual Meeting is February 24th

at River House in Index

It’s that time again: the Friends of Heybrook Ridge, “local stewards” for Heybrook Ridge County Park, invite you to our annual meeting on Monday 2/24/2020. We will review our accomplishments and on-going projects for the Park from 2019 as well as our development goals and plans for 2020.

Presenters will be from our Board of Directors and Snohomish County Parks. We encourage your participation and welcome your input. For more details click here.


FOHR Meetings for 2020 to be determined

Board of DirectorsOur Board of directors meets on the third Monday of the even numbered months at the Index Fire Station.  BOD meetings start at 7 pm and are open to the public.

Meetings in 2020

Annual Meeting February 24, 2020  (River House)
October or November 2020 Hoedown TBD 


Yeehaw! The 13th Annual Heybrook Hoedown Fundraiser is coming on October 19th !

On Saturday, October 19th from 5 to 10 PM the Friends of Heybrook Ridge will again be gearing up to party and raise funds for Heybrook Ridge County Park. For more details click here.


WTA Work Party Dates in September 2019

The Washington Trails Association has scheduled two days in September on Heybrook Ridge County Park trails.  This month’s focus will be on preparing the Erinswood Trail for winter in anticipation of spreading rock in 2020. It is located in the Park’s lowland forest near the parking lot of Heybrook Ridge County Park. Future work dates will be announced here at at WTA.org.  Please sign up for a Heybrook Ridge work party by going to:

Go to: www.wta.org/volunteer/schedule
Select: In the future, Day work party, and Central Cascades
Choose a date and select: See details, Join Work Party, and register


Anonymous Donor Revealed: Conway Leovy and Family Made Heybrook Ridge County Park Possible 

While visiting Index in early July, Joanne and Jill Conway enjoyed a chat with Louise Lindgren. The sisters concurred that it was time to celebrate their father Conway for his remarkable gift in 2008 of $500,000 to the Friends of Heybrook Ridge (FOHR).  See full article here.