Events Registration

The Mill Creek Neighborhood and the Greater Kent Historical Society invite you to register for a guided tour of several historic houses in the Neighborhood.  Tours will be approximately one hour in length.

Location Bereiter Museum
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030 2538544330
Hosted By Greater Kent Historical Society
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030
2538544330
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Radar House     Sign up for the 2014 Mill Creek Walking tour now by clicking the “Register” to the right!

Location Bereiter Museum
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030 2538544330
Hosted By Greater Kent Historical Society
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030
2538544330
Visit Website

The Greater Kent Historical Society and the Neely Mansion Association are co-hosting a unique Valentine Tea afternoon for you and your loved ones.

Hurrah for the Ultimate Valentine Tea!

Hurrah for the Ultimate Valentine Tea!

Bring your special one to enjoy a nice cup of tea, light refreshments, and a special dessert of chocolate treats with a glass of red wine. Everyone will receive a Valentine flower. After dining please visit our special Valentine exhibit that will highlight the holiday’s traditions including vintage Valentine cards, chocolate, and flowers.

February 13, 2016
12:30 or 2:00
Kent’s historic Bereiter House Museum
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030
Cost is $20.00 per person

Space is limited so reservations are required by February 8, 2016.  Please register here or call 253-854-4330 to pay by check.

Location Bereiter Museum
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030 2538544330
Hosted By Greater Kent Historical Society
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030
2538544330
Visit Website

museum logoThe Greater Kent Historical Society proudly invites you to our Annual Gala Fundraiser celebrating Kent’s history (1890-2016). This year’s dinner auction theme is “Awareness of the Past Through Landmarks”.

We are especially pleased to have as our guest speaker Chris Moore, Executive Director of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation. His topic will be: “The Crossroads of Heritage Tourism & Historic Preservation”.

This auction is a major fund raising event hosted by the GKHS in order to offer continued support of museum operations as well as program development for community members and visitors to Kent. GKHS is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to collect, preserve and promote the history of the greater Kent region and Washington state.

 

Location Kent Senior Center
600 E. Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030 253-856-5150
Hosted By Greater Kent Historical Society
855 East Smith Street
Kent, WA 98030
2538544330
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