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Santa Trolley and Hands-on History Day

Join us at the Issaquah Depot for the Santa Trolley and a Hands-on History Day! Your visit will include a vintage trolley ride with Santa Claus, who will be on hand to hear your special holiday requests.

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Halloween Trolley & Hands-on History Day!

On Sunday, October 28th at the Depot, kids will have an opportunity to celebrate an old Halloween tradition — decorating their own masks! The admission fee of $5 per person includes a trolley ride and participation in the Hands-on History activity in the Depot, plus admission to the Gilman Town Hall Museum. Children under three and members of the Issaquah History Museums enter free.

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Making History – Introductory Memoir Writing

In this introductory session, she will lead participants on a wild gallop through twenty years, from 1980 to 2000, exploring how they made a difference, what they contributed, what they witnessed, and how they can share their stories with others. They learn how to access buried memories through interactive techniques, sharing exercises, and non-critical discussion. They hear great stories from others and recount their own.

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History Pub Crawl

Issaquah has an interesting and colorful past of bars, brawls and bullets and we want to share it with you.

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History Pub Crawl

Issaquah has an interesting and colorful past of bars, brawls and bullets and we want to share it with you.

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High Point History

You’ve probably noticed the exit to High Point off I-90. If you’ve ever wondered about the story behind the name, and the history of the place, this blog post by Tom Anderson is for you.

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Hometown History Hike (for kids)

Where did prisoners get locked up 100 years ago? How did “Poo Poo Point” get its name? And what does Issaquah mean, anyway? If you’re curious about the answers to these questions, then this hike is for you

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Hometown History Hike (for kids)

Where did prisoners get locked up 100 years ago? How did “Poo Poo Point” get its name? And what does Issaquah mean, anyway? If you’re curious about the answers to these questions, then this hike is for you