From the Home Front to the South Pacific, Issaquahns were involved in many aspects of World War II. While Issaquahns at home saved war bonds and grew Victory Gardens, young men from Issaquah who had never left home before were fighting in Europe and the South Pacific; some of them didn’t return. Join us for a look at Issaquah during World War II.
Cost is by donation. We suggest a donation of $5 per person.
Parents: use discretion with children under 12. Stories may contain violence or adult themes.
Access: You’ll be provided with the Zoom meeting link before the presentation. You’ll also be able to join via audio if you prefer.
Tickets: available via Eventbrite.
Sponsored by Outmark.