This month, trained storytellers from the Issaquah History Museums will share tales of Issaquah in the 1970s. This decade in Issaquah featured land development and population growth, exploding bars, and links to national news about hijackers and serial killers. You’ll be entertained and informed, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your own memories of Issaquah in the 1970s. Join us for a better sense of Issaquah’s past.
Cost is by donation; we suggest a donation of $5 per person. Get your tickets via our Eventbrite link!
Parents: use discretion with children under 18. Stories may contain violence or adult themes.
Access: You’ll be provided with the Zoom meeting link two days before the presentation. You’ll also be able to join via audio if you prefer.