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Downtown History Hike, Part II (1926-present)

Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today.

Participants will meet outside the Issaquah Depot!

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Downtown History Hike, Part I (to 1925)

Explore some of Issaquah’s hidden history on this easy stroll through the historic downtown. Museum Director Erica Maniez will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from the Native Americans who first lived here  up to Issaquah’s growth into a small town, circa 1925. You’ll hear about how changes in transportation impacted Issaquah’s growth, and what life was like in a town of just 1,000 people.

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Downtown History Hike, Part I (to 1925)

Explore some of Issaquah’s hidden history on this easy stroll through the historic downtown. Museum Director Erica Maniez will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from the Native Americans who first lived here  up to Issaquah’s growth into a small town, circa 1925.

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March History Happy Hour

Join us for a look at some of the natural and man-made forces that have Issaquah’s surroundings. Learn more about how glaciers, coal deposits, flooding creeks, and other factors have influenced the appearance of our town.

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Collecting History, Connecting Community

Want to help us continue to preserve and tell Issaquah’s stories—including yours? CLICK HERE to donate to our t 2021 Annual Fund today!

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December History Happy Hour

Join Issaquah’s Mine Hike volunteers, Doug Bristol and Bryan Thorn, for stories collected during research into Issaquah’s coal-mining era. Hear about the 1900 Issaquah fire, the Issaquah-Seattle sewage war, and the unflagging attempts of one woman to end the Issaquah rodeo. 

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October History Happy Hour

Most of Issaquah’s deceased rest quietly in their graves; others are said to walk and talk. Join us for a conversation about Issaquah’s dead. We’ll focus on the residents of Issaquah’s Hillside Cemetery, and will also share the results of ghost-hunting done at some historic Issaquah locations.