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Redmond's Haunted History Walking Tours and Storytelling Event

City of Redmond, Senior Planner, Kimberly Dietz

Sunday, September 15, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Redmond's Haunted History Walking Tours and...

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Type Remaining End Quantity
Family-Friendly Haunted History Walking Tour
Tickets for the 4:30 walking tour. Space limited to 30.
5 Tickets Ended Free  
Storytelling with Roger Fernandes & Redmond's Reader Theater   more info 278 Tickets Ended Free  
Darkness of Autumn Haunted History Walking Tour   more info 4 Tickets Ended Free  

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Event Details

Hear tales of mystery told by local historian Tom Hitzroth as you walk through more than 100 years of history in Redmond's Downtown.

Engage with expert Native American storyteller Roger Fernandes as he weaves stories of local Salish traditions.

Laugh with Stephanie Hofland's Redmond's Readers Theater as she and her performers depict tales of schoolboy antics from Redmond's pioneering days.

Event agenda:

4:30pm - a family-friendly Haunted History walking tour

5:55pm - storytelling

7:00pm - the "darkness of autumn" Haunted History walking tour

 

Question:  425-556-2415, kdietz@redmond.gov, www.redmond.gov/government/historicpreservation

Have questions about Redmond's Haunted History Walking Tours and Storytelling Event? Contact City of Redmond, Senior Planner, Kimberly Dietz

When & Where


Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center
16600 Northeast 80th Street
Redmond, WA 98052

Sunday, September 15, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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  News and Updates
2013-09-13 08:49:53

Good day and thank you for your interest in Sunday's Haunted History Walking Tours and Storytelling Event.  I look forward to meeting you and sharing intriguing mysteries and interesting places in Redmond's Old Town.

We'll start all of the day's events at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center.  Light refreshments and umbrellas to borrow will be available.  In addition, Redmond Historical Society will feature a display table and the video:  Redmond's Views from History in advance of the 4:30 walking tour and the 6pm storytelling portion.

Sufficient and free parking is available at the Schoolhouse and in the immediate area on surface streets.

Please feel free to bring a friend - space is still available for both tours (4:30 and 7:00pm) and for the storytelling portion.

Again, thank you,

Kimberly Dietz

Redmond's Neighborhood Program, Senior Planner and Redmond's Historic Preservation Officer

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