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 April 2022                                             

GiveBIG comes around in May each year, a convenient reminder to all of us to support our favorite nonprofits. Hope you will join in!
Early Giving starts on April 19th,  and the main event is May 3-4th.  Use the link below to donate to Fall City Historical Society. 
Thank you!
Fall City Historical donation

May Day walk with Fall City Railroad history
Join us on Sunday May 1, meeting at 1pm at the trailhead parking area on Lake Alice Road, by the kiosk with the Railroad History sign. The Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is a paved, mostly flat trek…good for a power walk or a casual stroll! With any luck, we will be done with April’s chilly hail/snow weather by then!
      Gather friends and carpool, if you can...parking is limited. 

Future History: Fall City Quarantine Quilt
    Designed and constructed in 2020 by Marilee Clarke of Fall City, commissioned by Fall City Arts and King County 4Culture.  See links to Future History on our website, for an image of the complete quilt and more information on its story.
Future History... 2020, when QUARANTINE was new!
More background on the Quarantine Quilt

Scott Massey,
Fall City photographer extraordinaire, shared with us
a number of photos taken
in the early quarantine period
of 2020.

Fall City was a ghost town...  

See link below for
more of Scott's photos.
More quarantine photos

Do you have photos or memories from COVID DAYS
that you would be willing to share for our archives?

Feel free to email them to us at
Many thanks!

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Did you know...Fall City Historical helps support the monthly Fall City Neighbors newsletter, and offers historical articles each month, along with news of coming events.  Links to our articles are available each month on our website. 
April 2022 History Pages

We are grateful to King County Heritage 4Culture for ongoing support for our work, and for special support
of the first portion of the Historic Signs project.

Generous grants from the King County Community Service Area Program helped with costs for the large Early Schools and Brick School signs.

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