Redmond’s Haunted History Walking Tour

Join in the celebration of Redmond’s 1912-2012 Centennial by attending the first annual Haunted History Walking Tour on Sept. 30 from 5-7pm, hosted by the City’s Historic Preservation program and the Redmond Historical Society. Local historian Tom Hitzroth will discuss notable (and mysterious) activity in various historic locations of Redmond’s downtown. In partnership with local proprietors, participants will even be able to tour some interior spaces of Redmond’s surviving history.  This tour will also feature a seasonal reading at the historic Redmond Trading Company building/Half Price Books.

The fun begins at the Justice White House (north of the Saturday Market, west end of Redmond Town Center) and parking is available on NE 76th Street and in the vicinity of Redmond Town Center. Refreshments are available, and the tour will held rain or shine (umbrellas will be on hand to borrow). Dress for the weather, and wear comfy walking shoes!

For additional information regarding the event and preserving Redmond’s history, visit here.

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