Sign Unveiling in August was festive!
John Lazenby and wife Christa will host the Early Schools sign, to be mounted by this huge maple tree, planted by a Brown School graduating class circa 1914. Ruth Pickering at right.
Fall City Hop Shed Assessment
Thanks to a grant from King County 4Culture Preservation, we were able to bring Harrison Goodall, a nationally respected conservator for wooden buildings, to do an extensive assessment of the condition of the Hop Shed in July.
See Sept NL for more photos.
Pokemon comes to Fall City!
Use the link below to download a
Fall City Pokemon Go brochure including a map and list of Fall City sites, with historic background!
Ongoing Historic signs project
Signs for the Moore-Parmelee House (corner of 338th SE and SE 43rd PL) and for the Fall City United Methodist Church have been designed and are in production. See right column for designs.
To become a member or make a donation via this website,
please use the button below.
generously designed by Dave Gershman and funded by a grant from the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary.
Online Collections expanded
We chose early on to use the industry standard PastPerfect cataloging software to catalog and access our collections. Thanks in part to a grant from Heritage 4Culture we have recently upgraded to PastPerfect 5.0 and the improved version of PastPerfect Online. Over 90% of our collection records are now accessible online and new acquisitions will be added as they are received. Our online data and images will now also be indexed to the Google database. All links from this website will now take you to the new Online site. Check it out
and let us know what you think!
Thank you to all of our donors and members for supporting our work.
Fall City is featured in KCTVís
Scenic Small Town Series:
Find out why residents say,
"If you're lucky enough to live in Fall City. You're lucky Enough."
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