The Issaquah History Museums are holding their second annual celebration of the city’s history at the Pickering Barn. The fundraising event will run from 6:00 to 9:00 the evening of Wednesday, September 14th. Guests are invited to join in the costumed fun, sharing fine food and drink while trading stories about Issaquah’s recent, distant, and forgotten past with the host of trolley conductors, former mayors, and rodeo riders who will attend. Earlybird tickets are $50, and appetizers, dinner, and drinks will be provided. The live auction will include a variety of packages and items for different interests and tastes, from relaxing spa retreats to high adrenaline adventure. Proceeds go to the Issaquah History Museums, which continue to bring history out into the open air through mine hikes, pub crawls, trolley rides, and other innovative programming. As Director Erica Maniez says, “It’s your history, Issaquah. We’re just keeping it for you.”
This event is open to guests age 21 and over.
Purchase Through Eventbrite:
Early Bird (until September 1): $50
Regular (September 1 and after): $60
Table (8 for the price of 7): $350