Centennial Bonfire in Redmond Set for Dec. 30

The event will include marshmallow roasting, a luminaria and live musical performances. Redmond was incorporated as a city on Dec. 31, 1912.

Redmond is inviting residents to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime celebration on Dec. 30, as Woodinville's neighboring city caps a year of centennial-related events with a special community bonfire.

Redmond was incorporated as a city on Dec. 31, 1912, when the birth of Ernest Alexander Adams brought the town's population to 300—the number required by state law. Since then, Redmond has grown to a city of 17 square miles with 54,144 residents.

The Dec. 30 bonfire will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Redmond City Hall campus, 15670 NE 85th St. The event will feature live music, free coffee samples and a special centennial luminaria display. (S'mores kits will be available to purchase for $2; proceeds benefit the Redmond Kiwanis Club.)

For more information on Redmond's history and centennial celebrations, visit 100years.redmond.gov or the Redmond Historical Society's web pages.

You can also click here to see an archive of centennial-related coverage on Redmond Patch.

—Information from a City of Redmond news release


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