Redmond History 101: The First Fifty Years

Cleveland Street, Redmond, 1910; Redmond Historical Society
Cleveland Street, Redmond, 1910; Redmond Historical Society
Cleveland Street, Redmond, 1910; Redmond Historical Society

It is no secret that Redmond is experiencing tremendous growth and change. With transformation, it is easy to forget that “every town has a history” and none more so than Redmond whose namesake arrived in the area well over a hundred years ago at the mature age of 51 – an Irishman who’d already been a politician, sheriff, sea captain and lumber mill manager while living in Tennessee and California .

Presented by incoming Redmond Historical Society President Joe Townsend, “Redmond History 101: The First Fifty Years” will kick off the Society’s Saturday Speaker Series for spring 2015.  The program will be held from 10.30-noon on January 10th at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center and will be of interest to newcomers and longtime residents alike.

Saturday, January 10th
REDMOND HISTORY 101: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS
10:30am – noon (Doors open 10:00)
Redmond Historical Society Speaker Series
Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center
16600 NE 80th St., Redmond, WA.
$5 suggested donation for non-members

For details: www.redmondhistoricalsociety.org.