September 2013 - First public recognition of "Momentia" as a movement with the Elder Friendly Futures presentation by Marigrace Becker.
November 2013 - Launch of online Momentia calendar to keep track of the growing number of dementia-friendly programs and events. Developed by Charlie Reidy, Kavan Peterson, Fisher Qua.
Fall 2013 - Organizational changes promote the movement - Elderwise creates "Creative Programming Director" position to support community programs; Seattle Parks and Recreation plans for launch of Dementia-Friendly Recreation.
December 2013 - First public performance of the "Momentia Rap" at Seattle Parks and Recreation staff talent show.
December 2013 - Southeast Seattle "Dementia-friendly programs design" process begins; throughout 2014 this group develops the urban farm volunteer program, drum circle and Momentia at the Royal Room.
January 2014 - Momentia New Year's party celebrates "the new dementia story" spreading throughout Seattle.
January 2014 - ChangingAging publishes Marigrace Becker's blog post describing Momentia.
January 2014 - Members of the Gathering Place early stage enrichment program at Greenwood Senior center present their anti-stigma project, highlighting their own perspectives on living a full and meaningful life with dementia. They present their project on the local NPR station as well as at several community events.
2014 - Various Momentia Celebrations help build energy fro the movement. First annual Momentia Talent Share; First annual Camp Momentia.
January 2015 - Seattle parks and Recreation launches "Dementia-Friendly Recreation" with new part-time coordinator.
March 2015 - Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team has its first meeting.
Spring 2015 - Public launch of the updated momentiaseattle.org website for showcasing dementia-friendly community events and programs. Managed by Charlie Reidy and Melinda Franklin.
October 2016 - Community partners host a “Momentia in My Neighborhood” meeting for West Seattle residents to design their own dementia-friendly programs.
December 2016 - The Washington State Dementia Action Collaborative promotes Momentia through their Dementia-Friendly Communities Fact Sheet.
March 2017 - Community partners host a "Momentia in My Neighborhood" meeting for south Snohomish County residents to host their own dementia-friendly programs.
April 2017 - Momentia is highlighted at the Alzheimer's Association's Discovery Conference with a presentation on how to start your own dementia-friendly programs.