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Renton Chamber of Commerce - Business Directory and Visitors Guide

Carco Theatre (206) 775-8600 • www.carcotheatre.org Carco Theatre is a 300-seat facility - owned by the City of Renton and managed by Puget Sound Access - with many amenities and reasonable rates. Carco Theatre is a great place for performing arts, business meetings, seminars, receptions and other activities. Carco is home to a variety of performing arts groups, and specializes in theater for children, independent film, and multicultural events. Located in beautiful Cedar River Park, Carco has free parking and easy access to I-405. Renton History Museum Museum Admission: • Adults $5 235 Mill Avenue South, Renton 98057 • Students/Children $2 (425) 255-2330 • rentonwa.gov/ • RHM Members always free rentonhistorymuseum • Free Admission on the first Wednesday and the third Saturday March 2017-March 2018: of the month. Exhibits and Events The Museum’s mission is to document, Museum Hours: preserve, interpret, and educate about The museum is open Tuesday through the history of greater Renton, in ways Saturday from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm that engage diverse people of all ages. In order to achieve our mission, the Board of Trustees is currently working on approving a new Strategic Plan. The Museum is jointly funded by the Prime theatre space for meetings, Society, a private non-profit organizationCity of Renton and the Renton Historical special events or longer running productions! expenses relating to the Museum’sthat is a 501(c)3. RHS covers all mission, including exhibits, programs, and collections care and storage. Your • Seating up to 540 donations help make the difference • State-of-the-art sound and video system when it comes to new exhibits, more • Da-lite 31’ wide movie screen frequent programs, and improved care of our objects and photographs. For • Located in downtown Renton future growth, RHS has an endowment, a fund designed to grow until the interest can provide the bulk of operating funds. New Exhibits: Sorting Out Race: Examining Racial Identity & Stereotypes in Thrift Store Donations March 30 – May 17, 2017 Every day, thrift stores receive donations of items with racial imagery—antique Call for rental information: 425.204.2409 pepper shakers, vintage children’sadvertising cards, collectible salt-and- Email barbara.fujita@rentonschools.us books, and mugs with team mascots. Website www.rentonschools.us/RIPAC Do these items perpetuate hurtful stereotypes or are they harmless 400 South Second Street, Renton WA 98057 reminders of past attitudes? Should Next to Renton High School thrift stores sell these objects or should they be “sorted out” of popular culture 14 (425) 226-4560 • GoRenton.com


Renton Chamber of Commerce - Business Directory and Visitors Guide
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