There are many ways in which your volunteer time could make a valuable contribution to our work…every little bit helps! Let us know what your talents are and how to reach you! Below are a few examples:

Events: helping with creation of displays, setup and takedown, and staffing tables at community events is always welcome.

Working with schools: we have to date not created ways to bring history to schools. Your ideas and expertise in this area would be welcome.

Office: learning some of our basic office procedures...filing, preparing deposits, adding materials to archival notebooks… and either being on call or scheduling a few hours a week in the office. If you have experience in office systems, you might help us improve ours!

Collections: training is available in procedures for organizing new donations and preparing them for archival storage, as well as the cataloging of items in PastPerfect.

Research: We need people with time and ability to do research online or by going to resources such as the Puget Sound Regional Archives in Bellevue. We'd also like to be sure we are aware of all the materials related to Fall City that are in the collections of other institutions in our area, such as the Washington Digital Archives.


Stephanie Nydell helped us outline an Office
Procedures Manual


Denise Duvall and her daughter transcribed this 1863 miniature children's book