I can't guarantee what variety. Looks sort of like this:
Picture on another website that looks like them is listed as viburnum onondaga, but Gardenweb is blocking that URL so I can't include it here.
Several mature plants, some about 5 feet tall, the largest maybe 10 feet tall.
I'm willing to help you dig them out Sunday, or we can make arrangements for a mutually available time on a different day.
Since these are already fully leafed and blooming, this isn't the ideal time to transplant, but we need to clear the space for other plants.
Let me know if you need any of these! I'd welcome any type of perennial food plants, but no trade necessary. These Vibrunum are located just North of Monroe in Snohomish county. We have other plants to give away once we identify them, so whoever comes to get viburnum will have the option to collect other plants (or cuttings) while here.