Historic Walking Tour

Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
Fall City Historical Society
NEW
May 2019 History pages from
Fall City Neighbors Newsletter
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2019 giveBIG scheduled for May 8th

In May each year, the giveBIG campaign offers a simple way to donate online to Fall City Historical Society. This year your donations will help support the creation of a historic sign for the Fall City Hop Shed and the engaging of a structural engineer to map out Hop Shed stabilization measures for which we can seek a grant in September.

Give Big on May 8

Donating on May 8th can be hectic! EARLY GIVING can be done now. Go to www.givebig2019.org/fall-city-historical-society, click on Donate Now and follow directions to make your donation and receive a receipt. Your donation will not be charged to your card until May 8th.

Fall City Historical
and the Fall City Hop Shed
appreciate your support!

Give Big on May 8
 
Stop by on Fall City Day!

‘Though WWI was fought overseas, it had a big effect on the Snoqualmie Valley. Be sure to stop by our "history pavilion" on Fall City Day, June 8th, and discover how the valley contributed to the war effort.

Stop by on Fall City Day!

This button was worn by members of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen who formed the Spruce Division during the war, to furnish wood for airplane and boat building.

 
Newest Historic Sign

Our newest sign at the Roadhouse Restaurant and Inn honors a site and a building which have been a focal point in Fall City for almost a hundred years. In the early days the adjoining area hosted the Riverside Campgrounds, with a pavilion where dances were held every Saturday night.

Many owners and changes happened along the way…with a cameo in Twin Peaks!…and it continues to serve Fall City and the Valley. The building is currently owned by Scott Krahling and the business by Cynthia Heyamoto and John Manning.

See other Historic Signs, including the Railroad history sign on Preston-Snoqualmie Trail.

 
Isackson Sawmill Videos Available
Isackson Saw Mill

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Online Collections expanded
PastPerfect Software updated

Thanks in part to a grant from Heritage 4Culture we have now upgraded to PastPerfect 5.0 and the improved version of PastPerfect Online. Over 90% of our collection records are now accessible online and more are being added. Our online data and images are also indexed to the Google database. Search our collections

Historic Walking Tour

 
NEW
May 2019 History pages from
Fall City Neighbors Newsletter
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Download
our NEW brochure.
Fall City Historical Society brochure

Generously designed by Dave Gershman and funded by a grant from the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary.

 
Fall City Historical Society Cemetery brochure

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Fall City is featured in KCTV’s
Scenic Small Town Series:
Fall City is featured in KCTV Small Town Series
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"If you're lucky enough to live in Fall City, you're lucky enough."
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Thank you!
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Rotary of Snoqualmie Valley
Snoqualmie Tribe
Rotary of Snoqualmie Valley

Thank you to all of our donors, members, and volunteers for supporting our work.

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Special thanks to Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum for sharing classic Fall City photos from their collection.


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