Des Moines Historical Society presenting ‘Andy’s Diner Remembered’ Sept. 23


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A mile from the old Kingdome on 4th Ave S., a unique diner was created from reclaimed railroad cars, and on Wednesday, Sept. 23, Andy Yurkanin will share how Andy’s Diner came to be a must stop for folks who wanted a hearty meal, reasonable prices, and great food served by well-trained and friendly staff.

This presentation includes memorabilia, including the headboards of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelts’ private railroad car.

WHAT: Andy’s Diner Remembered – Des Moines Historical Society

WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

WHERE: Des Moines IOOF Hall, 728 S. 225th Street

COST: FREE

INFO: Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Jim Lanston, program chair, at 206-878-7205.


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One Response to “Des Moines Historical Society presenting ‘Andy’s Diner Remembered’ Sept. 23”
  1. RedondoRick says:

    Come and see a part of local history in our area. Andy’s Diner, and the colorful owner in stories of the good old days. Should be entertaining evening…Rr

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