Rob Pickering, Donna Pedegana Arndt, and Dick Campbell reminisce about the childhood chores they were responsible for, growing up in Issaquah during the 1930s-1950s. This is yet another clip from the two-DVD set produced as part of Issaquah’s Oral History Video Project. You can purchase the video here.
The second in a series of clips from the Oral History Video Project video. The two-DVD set will soon be available for purchase at either of the museum gift shops, or through our web site at www.issaquahhistory.org.
Here’s a sneak peak from our Oral History Video. The two-DVD set will soon be available for purchase at either of the museum gift shops, or through our web site at www.issaquahhistory.org.
We’re starting to crunch the 2009 numbers to see what kind of year it was – and apparently it was a very good one! Last year we welcomed 8,163 visitors to the Issaquah History Museums, breaking the 2004 record of 6744 visitors. Our annual average is right around 6,000.
If you visited the museum during 2009, thanks for helping make it a banner year.
CONNECT WITH US
- Announcing our first Virtual Exhibit!July 21, 2021 - 1:33 pm
- ‘The Issaquah History Museums Collection’ (as featured in the Spring 2021 Vol. 1 E-Newsletter of the Costume Society of America, Western Region)June 21, 2021 - 1:37 pm
- Confronting the Past in the Quest for an Antiracist Future: Introducing The SeriesJune 3, 2021 - 3:17 pm
- Issaquah Depot Museum to Reopen for Summer 2021!May 13, 2021 - 3:32 pm
MUSEUM HOURS & LOCATION
Gilman Town Hall
165 SE Andrews Street
Issaquah Depot Museum
78 First Avenue NE