Annual Community Meeting

Each October, in conjunction with our annual membership meeting and Board election, we host an open community meeting with an interesting speaker and display. See topics to date . Everyone is welcome!

“History in your Backyard”
Guest Speaker:  LLyn De Danaan
Courtesy of Humanities Washington
Sunday, Oct. 23rd, 2-5 pm
Fall City Masonic Hall
4304 - 337th Pl SE

Guest Speaker:
LLyn De Danaan

Everyone is welcome...

put it on your calendar!

Refreshments provided!

We look forward to seeing you.

MEET LLYN DE DANAAN
Annual Community Meeting 2016As well as being a speaker, LLyn writes non-fiction historical and anthropological essays. She also writes fiction and has traveled internationally. She has been a research consultant for Washington Indian tribes since 1991 and was a recipient of the Washington State Historical Society's Peace and Friendship award in recognition of her role in fostering an understanding of Washington's cultural diversity. LLyn lives on Oyster Bay in Washington, the setting for her non-fiction book, Katie Gale: A Coast Salish Woman's Life on Oyster Bay (University of Nebraska Press) published in 2013. Researching this story "in her backyard" was a fascinating process, which she will share with us.

Our thanks to Humanities Washington for making this speaker available.