Fraser Cabin Heritage Program
|| : Saturdays, August 15, September 19 |
||11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
||Kelsey Creek Farm Park (410 130th Pl SE, Bellevue 98005)
Visitors are invited to participate in hands-on activities that
relate to early Eastside settler life at the historic 1888 Fraser
Cabin. Hands-on history activities include agriculture, dairy, household tasks, log cabin construction, games and a scavenger hunt. Eastside Heritage Center staff and volunteers present the activities and interpret the log cabin that was built and occupied by the Fraser family over 100 years ago!
Digging Deeper: Historic Seattle Archives Tour at Eastside Heritage Center
Presented in partnership with Bellevue Parks & Community Services.
||Saturday, August 1, 2015|
||Winters House (2102 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, 98004|
||Online at www.historicseattle.org|
$10 General Public / $8 Members (Historic Seattle) / $5 Students
Digging Deeper: Historic Seattle Archives is visiting Eastside Heritage Center at the historic Winters House. This multi-session program is designed to provide attendees with behind-the-scenes insight to primary research materials in the many archives and libraries in Seattle and King County. Each month they visit a selected archive or library and receive expert advice on what is available and how staff can assist with research projects. This program helps the public to explore buildings, architecture, and history in the greater Seattle area. Join Historic Seattle Archives and Eastside Heritage Center for an informational program on EHC resources and research opportunities. The Eastside Heritage Center maintains a collection of over 30,000 items, including cultural and household artifacts from pioneer settlement through today, including farm implements, furniture, textiles, clothing and musical instruments; and archival materials, including photographs, audio-visual records and oral histories, from individuals, businesses, families and institutions across the region.
Early Bellevue Walking Tour
||Thursday, August 20, 2015|
||Meet at Bellevue Downtown Park (Main Entrance & Fountain on NE 4th St.)|
||425-450-1049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
Before glass towers defined the skyline and shoppers bustled across busy pavement, Bellevue was a quiet town of dirt roads and scattered homes. The first settlers from Seattle began to drift across Lake Washington in the 1860s. Discover the hidden history throughout downtown Bellevue on this Early Bellevue Walking Tour, presented by Eastside Heritage
Heritage Benefit Dinner Photos
Heritage Benefit Dinner photos are now available through Team Photogenic!.
Click Here to see the online gallery.
A warm thank you to all those who supported
the 8th Annual Heritage Benefit Dinner
on February 26, 2015 at the Meydenbauer Center.
Your generosity raised over $89,000 towards
the stewardship of Eastside history.
The Eastside Heritage Center would like to thank its 2015 Heritage Benefit Dinner Sponsors:
Tim & Edie Johnson
K C Councilmember Jane Hague District 6
Bill & Nancy Way
Peterson Russell Kelly
D.P. & Janice Van Blaricom
The Bellevue Club
The Spring District
Vander Hoek Windows & Doors
For more information, contact the Eastside Heritage Center at 425-450-1049
Heritage Benefit Dinner Sponsorship Information
Heritage Benefit Dinner Sponsorship Form
Silent Auction Procurement Form