Eastside Heritage Center 11660 Main St, Bellevue, WA98005 Much of the history of the Eastside is housed here in the Eastside Heritage Center. Since the early days of Bellevue's…More rolling strawberry fields to the bustling downtown it is today, from the time when Redmond was a haven for horses, before Microsoft put it on the map, the records of growth have been carefully collected by Eastsiders. Pictures, artifacts and oral histories are kept in the Center, which is itself a historic Bellevue house. The Strawberry Festival held every year at Crossroads Park, is the major annual event. The Eastside Heritage Center welcomes donations of materials from citizens.
Islamic Center of Eastside 14700 Main St, Bellevue, WA98007 The Islamic Center of Eastside, the area's first permanent mosque, offers a variety of services and programs for the…More Muslim community. Five daily prayers and the weekly Juma'ah prayers take place at the mosque, in addition to educational programs for men, women and children. Islamic Center of Eastside also hosts open house events and welcomes non-Muslim visitors.
The Eastside Heritage Center displays its historical exhibits and hosts events at the Winters House, a historic home…More owned by the City of Bellevue.</p>
<p>The Bellevue Historical Society, in Bellevue, and the Marymoor Museum of Eastside History, in Redmond merged in 2001 to form the Eastside Heritage Center. The Heritage Center runs two historical homes in Bellevue, the McDowell House and the Winters House.</p>
<p>According to the Heritage Center's website, the Research Center in the Winters House is open Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or by appointment. For an appointment, call 425-450-1049.</p>
The Eastside Daily Planet 15600 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98008 The Eastside Daily Planet offers more than 800 publications including the largest selection of art and crafts magazines…More in the area. You can purchase a number of newspapers and daily publications here including Investors Business Daily, the New York Times and the Financial Times of London. Maps, postcards and calendars are also offered. The store also supports the community, displaying posters for upcoming cultural events and collecting money for the King County Humane Society. Open at 8 every morning, this is a great place to visit to buy your favorite publication before grabbing some breakfast at Starbucks or the Crossroads Cafe.
Winters House 2102 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, WA98004 Located at the edge of Mercer Slough Park, the Winters Hours is a beautifully restored historic building, the only…More public building in Bellevue on the National Historic Register. It serves as the home of the Eastside Heritage Center and the park's visitor center, and it is available for meeting and event rentals.