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AKCHO was established to encourage cooperation among historical organizations and to promote and encourage the study and preservation of the history and heritage of King County through member organizations, individual members, and the community they serve, and to support such preservation efforts through public awareness and understanding of legislative issues.

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CALENDAR

You are invited to attend AKCHO meetings and programs held the last Tuesday morning of each month except June and December. Meetings are conducted at one of our member locations as announced in the publication The Heritage Advisor. Please contact any of the groups listed in our member directory for information on local sites, activities, and public programs.

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Apr 1st, 2015 (Wed)
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  4Culture Landmarks Capital funding workshop - Snoqualmie Library
Application deadline for 4Culture's Landmarks Capital funding program is May 13, and prior to that 4Culture strongly recommends you attend one of the workshops being given by 4C Preservation Lead Flo Lentz to discuss your project. This one is at Snoqualmie Library, 7824 Center Boulevard SE, Snoqualmie. Contact Flo Lentz at 206-263-1604 if you have any questions.
Apr 1st, 2015 (Wed)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - 4Culture offices
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. 4Culture offices, 101 Prefontaine Place S, downtown Seattle.
Apr 2nd, 2015 (Thu)
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  Kent Chronicles - Before Kent Was Kent
Kent Chronicles is a historical discussion group at the Greater Kent Historical Museum, 855 E Smith Street, Kent. In April, the conversation will settle around the settlement of the area that would become Kent. We will talk about the trip from the East, about where the early immigrants were coming from, and what they set up in the valley. Names like Russell, Titus, Thomas, and O’Brien will be prominent. Come join the discussion of “Kent” before it was Kent! www.kenthistoricalmuseum.org 253-854-4330
Apr 2nd, 2015 (Thu)
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  4Culture - Cultural Equipment funding workshop - Kent
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. Kent Library, 212 2nd Avenue N, Kent.
Apr 2nd, 2015 (Thu)
6:30 PM
  Living Legends: Fir State Golf Club - Northwest African American Museum
In 1947, the Fir State Golf Club was founded by a racially diverse group of 15 men and women who, because of their race, were not welcome in the Seattle golf clubs. As Seattle’s first African American Golf club, they helped pave the way for change in the region’s recreational industry. Join us for a reunion and celebration of past and present Fir State members. Hear about efforts to preserve this history and share your stories. The event will include screening of 5-minute clip, Q&A, a temporary portrait display, and light refreshments. Free admission. Free admission, but please RSVP/ 2300 S Massachusetts Street, Seattle. www.naamnw.org
Apr 3rd, 2015 (Fri)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  Opening reception - IOOF exhibit - Kent Historical Museum
Come celebrate the Kent Historical Museum's new exhibit focusing on the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Titusville Lodge #34, which is celebrating 130 years in Kent. The Kent Historical Museum is located in historic Bereiter House, 855 E Smith Street, Kent (parking in back). Admission is free, donations are gladly accepted.
Apr 3rd, 2015 (Fri)
6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  Spring Railroad Lecture -White River Valley Museum
Noel Holley, railroader and author of The Milwaukee Electrics, will share the history of the Milwaukee Road electrification with a slideshow and narrative commentary. The Milwaukee Road stretched from Seattle and Tacoma to mid-Montana. It ran for 59 years and inspired railroad electrifications around the world. Admission $5 adults, $4 children and seniors. Free to White River Valley Museum members. Open house at 6:30 at the Museum, 918 H Street SE, Auburn. Lecture at 7:30 at the Auburn Senior Activity Center, right across from the Museum. www.wrvmuseum.org
Apr 4th, 2015 (Sat)
  Snoqualmie Train Excursion Season Opens
Full passenger round- trip excursions are 75 minutes long and begin on Saturday, April 4th. Each Saturday and Sunday through October, the Northwest Railway Museum offers 75-minute, roundtrip rides through the scenic Cascade Foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls. Visitors explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot.. Regular trains operate weekends, April 4 through October 18. Passengers board the train in Snoqualmie, 38625 SE King Street, beginning at 11:30 AM, or in North Bend, 205 McClellan Street beginning at Noon. Admission is: $10 children, $16 seniors, $18 adults, under 2 ride free; A more limited Steam Train schedule begins in May. The historic 1890 Snoqualmie Depot and bookstore are open to the public 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily. www.trainmuseum.org
Apr 4th, 2015 (Sat)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  Digging Deeper Research Series - University of Washington Built Environments
Digging Deeper is Historic Seattle’s multi-session program designed to provide attendees with behind-the-scenes insight to primary research materials in the many archives and libraries in Seattle and King County. On April 4, the University of Washington Built Environments (BE) Library staff provides an in-depth review of its materials and resources including the Slide Library. The BE Library offers assistance to students, faculty and the public in architecture, construction management, landscape architecture and urban design and planning. It maintains a collection of over 50,000 books and journals, in print, microfilm and digital formats, for research and study. Most of the collection circulates to students and faculty, although some items are either too fragile or rare for lending. The BE Library is located at 334 Gould Hall. A series pass for all eight sessions is available for $65 general public / $50 Historic Seattle members / $20 students - individual sessions cost $10 general public / $8 Historic Seattle members / $5 students. More information at historicseattle.org Registration closes at noon, Thursday, April 2, two days before the event.
Apr 4th, 2015 (Sat)
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  Kent Chronicles - Before Kent Was Kent
Kent Chronicles is a historical discussion group at the Greater Kent Historical Museum, 855 E Smith Street, Kent. In April, the conversation will settle around the settlement of the area that would become Kent. We will talk about the trip from the East, about where the early immigrants were coming from, and what they set up in the valley. Names like Russell, Titus, Thomas, and O’Brien will be prominent. Come join the discussion of “Kent” before it was Kent! www.kenthistoricalmuseum.org 253-854-4330
Apr 4th, 2015 (Sat)
6:00 PM
  Eyes to Dream - opening reception - Northwest African American Museum
C. Davida Ingram creates collaborative artworks that examine race, gender, sexuality and other markers of identity. Working across different mediums, Ingram poses simple questions which elicit rich , open-ended answers. The exhibit runs from April 4 through July 5. Join us for the opening reception for this powerful new exhibit - free admission, but please RSVP. 2300 S Massachusetts Street. www.naamnw.org
Apr 8th, 2015 (Wed)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  4Culture Landmarks Capital funding workshop - 4Culture office
Application deadline for 4Culture's Landmarks Capital funding program is May 13, and prior to that 4Culture strongly recommends you attend one of the workshops being given by 4C Preservation Lead Flo Lentz to discuss your project. This one is at the 4Culture office in downtown Seattle at 101 S Prefontaine Place. Contact Flo Lentz at 206-263-1604 if you have any questions.
Apr 8th, 2015 (Wed)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - 4Culture offices
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. 4Culture offices, 101 Prefontaine Place S, downtown Seattle.
Apr 9th, 2015 (Thu)
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - Bellevue Highland Community Center
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. Highland Community Center, 14224 Bel-Red Road, Bellevue.
Apr 9th, 2015 (Thu)
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  Location, Location: Exploring Seattle Through the Filmmaker's Lens
Film provides a powerful window to see the world through someone else’s eyes. With its natural beauty and diverse architecture and population, countless filmmakers have felt compelled to tell their stories in Seattle. Yet Seattle’s film history is just as interesting when looking behind the camera as it is on screen. In this lecture, our panel explores Seattle’s relationship with film and the spaces which enhance our viewing experience. Advance Tickets: $15 General - $10 Members - $5 Students. www.seattlearchitecture.org Speakers: Paula Becker, Local Historian David Drummond, Freelance location scout Randy Hodgins, University of Washington Owen Richards, Owen Richards Architects
Apr 11th, 2015 (Sat)
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Adopt-a-Buffer Launch Celebration and Streamside Restoration - Camp Corey/Carnation Farm
The historic Carnation Farm is getting assistance from Stewardship Partners' Adopt-a-Buffer program that connects local businesses, groups and individuals with rural landowners and farmers in the Snoqualmie Valley to engage in visible, measurable environmental restoration. This launch ceremony includes streamed restoration and a celebration with lunch and entertainment. To sign up visit www.stewardshippartners.org
Apr 11th, 2015 (Sat)
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  Redmond Historical Society Saturday Speaker Series - Captain Cook and the Evolution of the Cartographic Image of the Northwest Passage
History highlights Captain Cook for his discoveries in Hawaii and the South Pacific. However, David Nicandri maintains the famous British captain was also the pivotal figure in the search for the Northwest Passage by changing the orientation of the quest from the Atlantic to the Pacific, thus setting the stage for subsequent phases of cartographic projection - including the expedition of Lewis and Clark and the railroad survey of Washington's first territorial governor, Isaac I. Stevens. Featuring two dozen slides of historic maps, Nicandri’s talk is based on his draft manuscript, tentatively titled, "A New Look at Cook: Voyaging in the High Latitudes and the Evolution of the Northwest Passage." Presenter David Nicandri is the former executive director of the Washington State Historical Society. He is also a historian and author of numerous books. At Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, 16600 NE 80th St, Redmond. Admission is free.
Apr 11th, 2015 (Sat)
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Hobos and Homelessness - Issaquah Depot Museum
The life of the hobo may be of the moment, but the fundamental need for shelter has spanned the ages. In the economic depressions of the 1890s and 1930s, there was a surge of homelessness, and hobos like Jack London hitched rides on trains in search of better opportunities. Railroad towns like Issaquah were brief stopping points, and sometimes destinations. The program will feature a panel on art, hobos, and homelessness. It will explore how we can have nostalgic and romantic visions of hobo culture, while responding to people without homes in our community in a far different manner. Shaun Doll will explain how he created the hobo sign art for this exhibit. Issaquah History Museums Director Erica Maniez will deliver a presentation on the history and mythology of the hobo, and Cori Walters, Executive Director of the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank, will discuss the realities of living without a home. This program is free and for a general audience. Food and beverages will be provided. The Issaquah Train Depot Museum is located at 78 first Avenue NE in Issaquah. Admission is $1.00 per child, $2.00 per adult, $5.00 per family of three, or $10.00 for a Family Pass that gives all-day access to both the Issaquah Depot Museum and the Issaquah Town Hall Museum. To learn more, contact the Issaquah History Museums at info@issaquahhistory.org or by calling (425)392-3500.
Apr 11th, 2015 (Sat)
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Preserving Solidarity Forever: The Minimum Wage History Project
Join the Labor Archives of Washington as it kicks off the SeaTac-Seattle Minimum Wage History Project, documenting the historic and nationally recognized campaigns that in 2013-14 succeeded in mandating a $15 minimum wage in SeaTac and Seattle. The project will culminate in an on-line resource for students, faculty, and the general public who seek to understand how the campaigns achieved victory. Speakers include Khama Sawant/Seattle City Council; James Gregory/UW history professor; Sarah Cherin/UFCW 21 political director; Heather Weiner/YES! for SeaTac campaign This event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available and a reception with drinks and refreshments will follow the program. Call (206) 543-7946, or e-mail uwlabor@uw.edu.
Apr 11th, 2015 (Sat)
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  How Birds Fly - lecture by Dr. Peter Cavanagh - Museum of Flight
Dr. Peter Cavanagh, guest curator of the Museum of Flight's exhibit, "How Birds Fly," will give a public lecture at the exhibit on April 11 at 2 PM. "How Birds Fly" explores bird evolution, anatomy, and behavior, as well as the influence birds have had on human flight from the designs of Leonardo da Vinci and the Wright brothers, to today's aerospace engineers. The Museum of Flight is located at 9404 E Marginal Way S, halfway between downtown Seattle and Sea-Tac Airport. Admission is $20 for adults, $17 for seniors 65 and older, $17 for active military, $12 for youth 5 to 17, and free for children under 5.
Apr 13th, 2015 (Mon)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  100 Years after Birth of a Nation: A History of Race Messaging Charles Mudede and Zola Mumford - Northwest African American Museum
One hundred years ago, D.W. Griffith’s Civil War epic, Birth of a Nation, debuted in a cinematic christening of the White House and began its notoriously heralded life in the canon of American cinema. A few years later as a response, Oscar Micheaux, the first African American director to receive major recognition, presented Within Our Gates, an explicit critique of racial violence systematically perpetrated against blacks. Join us for an evening of dialogue and imagery with Charles Mudede (The Stranger) and Zola Mumford (Langston Hughes African American Film Festival), as they discuss Birth of a Nation’s social, political and cinematic impact, and Oscar Micheaux’s moving response film, Within Our Gates. Presented by Northwest African American Museum, Northwest Film Forum and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. Free admission, but please RSVP. 2300 S Massachusetts Street. www.naamnw.org
Apr 14th, 2015 (Tue)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  Trees of Waskowitz exhibit- opening reception
From the 1960s through the 1980s, sixth-graders in the Highline School District came home from their week at Camp Waskowitz with a fir seedling to plant in their yards as a reminder of lessons about forestry and conservation. Many of those trees still dot our landscape and have become a significant part of our local urban forest. Last year we teamed up with the Waskowitz Foundation to identify the Waskowitz trees in our community. This year, we are pleased to present an exhibit that focuses on the trees -- and the people -- who have greened our community in this unique way. At SeaTac City Hall, 4800 S 188th Street, SeaTac. Free admission, free parking. www.highlinehistory.org
Apr 15th, 2015 (Wed)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - 4Culture offices
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. 4Culture offices, 101 Prefontaine Place S, downtown Seattle.
Apr 16th, 2015 (Thu)
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - Bothell Library
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. Bothell Library, 18215 98th Avenue NE, Bothell.
Apr 16th, 2015 (Thu)
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  History Cafe - Seattle through the Eyes of its First Chinese Resident
The Seattle Public Library presents Shirin Bridges who will examine Seattle's history through the eyes of her great-great-great-grandfather Chun Ching Hock, the first Chinese resident in Seattle. At the Museum of History & Industry, 860 Terry Avenue N, Seattle. Free, but does not include admission to MOHAI.
Apr 16th, 2015 (Thu)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Fort Lawton - Then & Now - Magnolia Historical Society
historian and historic preservation specialist Mimi Sheridan and Gary Blakeslee, THRIVE Communities, will talk about how Fort Lawton and its historic district came about, and where it's going. At Magnolia Lutheran Church in the Fireside Room, 2414 31st Avenue W, Seattle.
Apr 18th, 2015 (Sat)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  Pacific Coast Railroad - Maple Valley Historical Society
The Maple Valley Historical Society hosts railroad expert David Sprau at the Hobart Community Church, 27524 SE 200th Street, Maple Valley. Admission is free. For more information, contact Dick Peacock, 206-940-6943.
Apr 18th, 2015 (Sat)
5:00 PM
  Northern Lights Auction - Nordic Heritage Museum
Doors open at 5 PM at the Grand Hyatt Ballroom in Seattle for a glamorous evening of fine dining and thrilling auction lots. Allan and Inger Osberg will be valued for their contributions to the Nordic Heritage Museum. For tickets and more, visit www.nordicmuseum.org.
Apr 18th, 2015 (Sat)
6:00 PM
  A Night at the Museum Gala Honoring Micki and Bob Flowers - Northwest African American Museum
NAAM’s 5th annual A Night at the Museum Gala. This year NAAM supporters Micki & Bob Flowers are being honored. Evening includes dinner, entertainment, auction and raise the paddle. For more information visit www.naamnw.org
Apr 19th, 2015 (Sun)
10:00 AM
  Alki Stairway Walk
Jake and Cathy Jaramillo, authors of "Seattle Stairway Walks," will lead an Alki-area walk on public stairways, beginning and ending at the “Birthplace of Seattle” Log House Museum, 3003 61st Ave SW in West Seattle. Free.
Apr 20th, 2015 (Mon)
1:00 PM
  Mercer Island Historical Society unveils its new website
Tye Publishing's Bruce Jones, who is helping design the new website, will share the new features. Q&A format. At the Mercer Island Community & Events Center, 8236 SE 24th Street, Mercer Island. If you have questions, call 206-232-9442 or 206-232-3404.
Apr 22nd, 2015 (Wed)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  4Culture Landmarks Capital funding workshop - Redmond Library
Application deadline for 4Culture's Landmarks Capital funding program is May 13, and prior to that 4Culture strongly recommends you attend one of the workshops being given by 4C Preservation Lead Flo Lentz to discuss your project. This one is at the Redmond Library, 15990 NE 85th Street, Redmond. Contact Flo Lentz at 206-263-1604 if you have any questions.
Apr 22nd, 2015 (Wed)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - 4Culture offices
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. 4Culture offices, 101 Prefontaine Place S, downtown Seattle.
Apr 23rd, 2015 (Thu)
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - Shoreline Library
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. Shoreline Library, 345 NE 175th Street, Shoreline.
Apr 25th, 2015 (Sat)
1:00 PM
  Not Unsung: 125 Years of Women's Work in Shoreline
Museum director Vicki Stiles will give this talk at the Shoreline Historical Museum, shorelinehistoricalmuseum.org
Apr 25th, 2015 (Sat)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  Regionalism and Modernism in Seattle Architecture, 1930s-1970s - Downtown Seattle Library
Professor and architectural historian Jeffrey Karl Ochsner presents an introduction to the history and influence of the mid-century development of regional modern architecture in the Seattle area. This lecture will address the origins and development of regional modern architecture in the Seattle area from the 1930s to the 1970s, and will conclude by summarizing some of the legacies of this approach to design. In 1974, Victor Steinbrueck and Folke Nyberg described this architecture as Northwest Regionalism and said it offered "a direct expression of material and workmanship particularly in the use of wood and masonry as well as a relationship to outdoor living with broad terraces or balconies…" They also noted that works in this mode were usually strongly connected to their natural setting. The lecture will focus primarily on single-family residential and small institutional buildings because these were the types where architects most frequently incorporated a regionalist approach to design. Ochsner will discuss architects, influences, building types, constructional character, stylistic directions and other aspects of the mid-century modern architecture reflective of this region. Ochsner has taught at the University of Washington for 26 years. He has written and/or edited five books addressing Seattle's architectural and urban history, including the Second Edition of Shaping Seattle Architecture: A Historical Guide to the Architects, published by UW Press in 2014. This program is free and everyone is welcome. Registration is not required. For more information, call the Central Library at 206-386-4636
Apr 26th, 2015 (Sun)
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  Native Plants in Our Lives - Lewis Creek Visitor Center
At 5808 Lakemont Boulevard SE, Bellevue. Sponsored by the Eastside Heritage Center - www.eastsideheritagecewnter.org
Apr 27th, 2015 (Mon)
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  Free workshop on accessioning and deaccessioning
4Culture is sponsoring a free workshop on accessioning and deaccessioning aimed at giving museums and historical societies the tools to approach collections management successfully, and create policies and procedures that will keep your organization from becoming overwhelmed. The workshop will be led by Hillary Pittenger, Curator of Collections at the White River Valley Museum. The workshop is highly recommended for StEPs 4Culture participants and those who will be applying for the 2015 Heritage Collections Care program. The workshop is free but pre-registration is required - e-mail eric.taylor@4Culture.org The White River Valley Museum is located at 918 H Street SE in Auburn.
Apr 28th, 2015 (Tue)
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  AKCHO Annual Awards Program at MOHAI
Please join us at MOHAI as we celebrate the accomplishments of our peers in the heritage community!
Apr 29th, 2015 (Wed)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  4Culture Landmarks Capital funding workshop - 4Culture office
Application deadline for 4Culture's Landmarks Capital funding program is May 13, and prior to that 4Culture strongly recommends you attend one of the workshops being given by 4C Preservation Lead Flo Lentz to discuss your project. This one is at the 4Culture office in downtown Seattle at 101 S Prefontaine Place. Contact Flo Lentz at 206-263-1604 if you have any questions.
Apr 29th, 2015 (Wed)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  4Culture Cultural Equipment funding workshop - 4Culture offices
All applicants for 4Culture's cultural equipment grants are encouraged to attend a workshop prior to submitting your application. These free workshops provide you an opportunity to ask questions, understand specific guidelines, and be taken through a step-by-step review of the application process. 4Culture offices, 101 Prefontaine Place S, downtown Seattle.
Apr 30th, 2015 (Thu)
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  Brews for Boats - benefiting CWB
Every week, Reuben's Brews in Ballard hosts a fundraising night to benefit a nonprofit in the community. On April 30, it's The Center for Wooden Boats. $1 for all pint sales will go straight to CWB - this includes all brews $5 and higher (including growlers_ and sets of three tasters. Bottles not included. Reuben's Brews is located at 406 NW 53rd Street in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.
Apr 30th, 2015 (Thu)
6:30 PM
  History on the Rocks: Fermenting a Legacy of Beer and Wine - MOHAI
Pair historical insights with tastings from local alcohol manufacturers, and discover how Washington's beer and wine industries have catapulted to success. At the Museum of History & Industry, 860 Terry Avenue N in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood. $10 general public, $8 MOHAI members - includes one drink.