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Our history


The Feather Ballroom was built in 1906 by the Fraternal Order of Eagles on what would eventually become one of the top ten Main Streets in the U.S.A., Snohomish's iconic First Street. The elegant ballroom was designed to accommodate large public gatherings for the F.O.E. and the community, immediately becoming a success in hosting many memorable events. 


Over the years, membership in the F.O.E. declined. Sadly, the building fell into disrepair until it was lovingly restored in 2008 by a Snohomish native who had already brought life back into other historic buildings in town. 


With determination, the Snohomish native brought back the Ballroom and Eagle's Building's original grandeur while updating the event space with all-new modern amenities. His pride and love for restoration and historic buildings are evident in the perfect blend of new and original period-specific details that make The Feather Ballroom what it is today.

Unique & original features.

DANCE FLOOR | Astonishing and original sprung dance floor, designed with coils beneath the floor to enhance dancing performance and absorb shock, giving it a softer feel. Sometimes referred to as a "floating floor" because guests often describe the experience as "floating on a cloud." One of the few original sprung dance floors remaining in the country.


HARDWOOD FLOORS | Beautiful and original hardwood floors.


DETAILING | Soaring multi-layered copper ceiling embossed with original ornate detailing.


STAIRCASE | Original grand staircase leading from the main entrance foyer to the main ballroom level.


MILLWORK | Original detailed millwork throughout


The Feather Ballroom today


In 2021, Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, twin sisters, Snohomish natives, co-founders of Lamb & Co., and co-stars of HGTVs Unsellable Houses, purchased the Eagles Building, which currently is home to their Lamb & Co. Storefront, Looking Glass Coffee, Blanc and Rouge, Top It, and of course, The Feather Ballroom.
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