Redmond's Fuel the Dragon!

Don’t Miss it! Dragons Are Coming!

Looking for fun while supporting local businesses? Beginning August 8th, you can play Fuel the Dragon: a unique Passport Game where you can win prizes throughout the month of August. Fuel the Dragon is a virtual game to be enjoyed by the whole family. Throughout the City of Redmond, over 30 restaurants and retail will be offering dragon-themed items. Track your purchases to fill your passport card.

Weekly contests will also be held including a Coloring Contest and Cosplay Costume Contest. Prizes will be awarded for the Coolest Colored Dragon and Best Dragon or Dragon Tamer Costume, with Fuel the Dragon Passport prizes awarded on the last day of the game. 

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OneRedmond’s 2019 Summer of Games!

The World’s Largest Game of Simon is one-of-a-kind event that is centered around the original memory game of Simon. As the World’s Largest Memory Game, teams will compete to replicate the sequences of light and sounds by racing together to the correct color pads on our 20×20 foot replica of the Game of Simon. The top six teams with the highest scores will move on to a final round to determine our champion. Medals will be awarded to the top three teams at the end of the evening.

Dragon Run is a family-friendly interactive scavenger hunt that was developed by local businesses to deliver an accessible experience for all. Finding and collecting dragons is the main goal for the players. Each game station or kiosk has one or two “special dragon” that rewards the player with a prize when it is found. Upon completion, the participants receive a dragon photo with their family and friends, a Dragon Keeper certificate and t-shirt.

Redmond is home to many events and activities including Annual Derby Days and So Bazaar.


Thank You to Our Sponsors!


Investing In Our Urban Centers

The OneRedmond Foundation strives to activate the streets of Redmond’s two urban centers, Downtown and Overlake, through activities, events, arts, and culture. Managed by a separate Board of Directors, the OneRedmond Foundation is a stand-alone enterprise registered as a charitable not-for profit corporation.

The OneRedmond Foundation Board