Did you know that the City of Lake Forest Park officially turns 60 this year?
Originally founded in 1912 as one of the Seattle area’s first planned communities, Lake Forest Park evolved through 50 years of growth before finally incorporating officially in June 1961.
Join us in commemorating the city’s diamond anniversary with “The City of Lake Forest Park 60th Anniversary: Historical Reflections” with Vicki Stiles, Executive Director of the Shoreline Historical Museum, on Saturday, July 24th at 1 PM.
Following welcome remarks from Lake Forest Park Mayor Jeff Johnson, Stiles will take you on a trip through time, examining the people and events that helped make Lake Forest Park uniquely what it is today.
This free Zoom event is part of Third Place Commons’ year-long series of virtual programs under the TPC At Home umbrella. Don’t miss this chance to learn the story a very special place that more than 13,000 people now call home.
For more about this and other free virtual events – as well as upcoming in-person events including Crafts Day at the Lake Forest Park Farmers Market (on July 18th) and the return of live music – visit our online calendar.