Ribbon cutting for new Fall City stage is May 1

Help Fall City residents celebrate the opening of the new Olive Taylor Quigley Park Stage with a ribbon cutting, 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 1. Besides the slicing of the ribbon, activities include a children's seed planting project, bunnies from Baxter Barn, a Fall City Historical Society look at the park's history, and a Fall City Art Walk.

  • Monday, April 30, 2012 4:02pm
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Help Fall City residents celebrate the opening of the new Olive Taylor Quigley Park Stage with a ribbon cutting, 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 1.

Besides the slicing of the ribbon, activities include a children’s seed planting project, bunnies from Baxter Barn, a Fall City Historical Society look at the park’s history, and a Fall City Art Walk.

Quigley Park is located across from Farmhouse Market and Quirks on the Redmond-Fall City Road.To find out more, call Angela Donaldson at (425) 770-8355.

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