Downtown History Hike, Part II (1926-present)

Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today. -Tickets are $15…

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Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today. -Tickets are $15…

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Downtown History Hike, Part II (1926-present)

Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today. -Tickets are $15…

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Downtown History Hike, Part II (1926-present)

Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today. -Tickets are $15…

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The Outdoors is Open Year-Round in Issaquah

By Nina Milligan, Issaquah Highlands It has never been more important to be outdoors than it is now. The coronavirus pandemic drives us outdoors for the safety of fresh air and respite from work-from-home cabin-fever. Thankfully, Issaquah’s usually mild weather and great parks provide ample opportunities for walks, hikes, and bike rides. Try Grand Ridge…

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Winterized Eateries & Holiday Festivities

We are sharing a list of winterized eateries in Issaquah and other “goings-on” for the holidays and foreseeable future: Tents and heated patios  Enzos Bistro and Bar Fins Bistro Formula Agave Nicolino Gaslamp Sunset Ale House Levitate Vino Bella and Pie Bar Montalcino Sunset Ale  Flying Pie Capri Cellars   Most all restaurants are open for…

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The Perfect Fall Family Day in Issaquah, WA

Author: Megan Worzella, Owner, discovertheeastside.com   When Visit Issaquah reached out to see if we’d be willing to share Discover the Eastside’s favorite Fall activities in Issaquah, WA, our response was an ecstatic “YES!” Over the past couple decades, we’ve lived, worked and played in Issaquah; and as we’ve grown from a young married couple to a family of…

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The Beauty of Issaquah & Beyond

The Beauty of Issaquah as seen through the eyes of a Photographer Stacy Garfield, Professional Photographer Outshined Photography, LLC  Can you imagine only having to drive or bike a few miles to reach a trailhead where you can hike for miles on a long, summer evening after work or on a weekend with your family…

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Issaquah’s Food & Beverage Scene

In recent years, the Pacific Northwest has come to be recognized as a unique culinary hotspot. Famous for its fresh-caught seafood, farm-to-table produce, and killer cups of coffee, it’s no wonder that Washington State has become a destination for adventurers and foodies alike.  In the city of Issaquah, located just a short 15 miles outside…

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