Centennial Community Bonfire
Sunday December 30, 5-7pm
City Hall Campus
Come celebrate the city’s 100th birthday! Bring all your friends and family. Enjoy the fire, luminaries and live music:
5-5:30 Keith Highlanders Pipe Band
5:45-6:30 Redmond's own Celtic Fire
6:30-7 Greg Paul
Free Peet’s Coffee samples and $2 s’mores kits available for purchase, with all proceeds benefiting the Redmond Kiwanis Club. Event will be at City Hall Campus, 15670 NE 85th Street. Parking is available in the City Hall Parking lot and the City Parking Garage, located at 8703 160th Avenue NE.
Redmond Historical Gingerbread Houses
Stone House by Senior Center
Justice White House –Redmond Town Center
Old Redmond Chamber House by Redmond Chamber
Redmond First Church Hosts Centennial Exhibit
Redmond United Methodist Church, in honor of our city's centennial, will be hosting the Historical Redmond in Miniature Exhibit in its chapel which was built in 1906.
The public is invited to view the display which will be available on:
Saturday, Nov 17, Dec 1, Dec 8 & Dec 15 from 1 to 3 p.m
Redmond United Methodist Church
Redmond United Methodist Church is located at 16540 NE 80 Street in Redmond.
Jim Easley started the ‘miniature project’ at Emerald Heights Retirement community as part of a garden train setup. One of the historical models is of the original Methodist Church Chapel. With help from the Redmond Historical Society and the city of Redmond, several other models , including the Leary Way Rail Station, the Marymoor Windmill and the first library have been included in this exhibit.
The Redmond Church is the oldest faith community in Redmond tracing its history back to the pioneer days of 1896. Redmond United Methodist Church is an intergenerational community that values fellowship with one another, growing in their faith, reaching out to their community – near and far, and caring for God's creation. All people are welcome to worship on Sunday mornings at 10am. You can learn more about the church online at redmondumc.org or facebook.com/RedmondChurch.
Around the World in 100 Days!
We have no doubt that Redmond residents have traveled far and wide over the past 100 years, but what can we hit in 100 days?
Take a look at the places residents visited this summer - with the Centennial logo in hand!