The Woodinville Heritage Museum will pay tribute to Veterans Day on Saturday, Nov. 17, with a free program featuring stories published by the late Oscar Roloff, a local feature writer. The 10 a.m. program at the museum is open to the public.
The stories highlight people Roloff knew who served in the armed forces, according to Merwin Cedarblom, who arranged the program. Various museum members will read the stories aloud, taking on some of the color included by Roloff. Visuals provided by Jim Kraft will accompany each story.
Veterans Day is a national holiday originally established to commemorate the end of hostilities in 1918 and 1945.
The Woodinville Heritage Museum, housed in the pioneer DeYoung house at 14121 NE 171st St. and operated by the Heritage Society, is also open to the public the first Sunday of each month from 1 to 4 p.m.. The next opening is Sunday, Dec. 2.
For more information:Terri Malinowski, (425) 483-8344 or Suzi Freeman, (425) 483-9250.