Updated: Feb 24, 2021
We can't let a mere pandemic stop the 100-year old monthly potlucks
Join us for an interesting story talk about Kenmore living each month at the Kenmore Community Club. Grab your mac-n-cheese or your pork chop and your laptop, tablet or mobile device and join us for an online story talk at 6pm on the second Wednesday of each month.
The first online potluck will be Feb. 10 and feature a fascinating look at the 92-year history of the Kenmore Community Club presented by club president David Evans. Originally opened in 1929 as a grange hall, the Kenmore Community Club is one of the oldest continuously running community clubs in the state.
Evans will show the Club's embarrassing baby pics, awkward teenage selfies, and back-from-rehab shots from before and after the changes in the last five years. You'll learn a little history of Kenmore and how King County grants from 4Culture have helped the Kenmore Club upgrade and improve the hall as a fun meeting space for the community. We'll cheer for the army of volunteers who chipped in. And if you want to tell a story of a memory you made in the Club, this is your chance. Follow the link below on Feb. 10 at 6pm
KCC Talk: A Face Peel and a Makeover
When: Wed Feb 10, 2021 6pm (PST)
Who: David Evans, KCC Board, KCYC, KCC Management*
While the story program series is still in the planning stage the club is hoping to offer future presentations about historic businesses like Kenmore Air, new businesses such the rise of Brewery Row, and the development of arts and theater in Kenmore.