Sunday, June 19, 2016
Stop by the central courtyard of the Shoreline Center at 1st NE and NE 185th to engage with these great community groups who are rolling up their sleeves and getting good work done, all while having fun and getting creative!
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden will be back this year making what is swiftly becoming a beloved part of the festival: botanical hats!
Melani Lyons, who has joined the Arts Council’s Festival Committee and taken the lead with the Community Play Space this year, will be helping kids see their name in lights with Dandylyon Drama’s Marquee Letter Art Project.
Shoreline PTA Council will encourage you to Draw your Neighborhood, while the Foundation for International Understanding through Students will have you thinking globally with their Design Your Own Flag activity.
Don’t miss these and all the other great organizations we have at this year’s festival.
COMMUNITY PLAY SPACE BOOTHS
- Artist abd Craftsman Supply
- City of Shoreline
- Dandylyon Drama
- The Foundation for International Understanding
- Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
- Shoreline Community College
- Shoreline Historical Museum
- Shoreline PTA Council
The Shoreline Arts Festival is a free, two-day event organized by the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council. The Arts Council would like to thank the City of Shoreline, City of Lake Forest Park, 4Culture, Arts WA and all of their sponsors, donors, and members for making this event possible year after year.
Avoid the stress of parking by taking the Free Arts Festival Shuttle. The shuttle will run in a loop stopping at Meridian Park Elementary, Cromwell Park, and the Shoreline Center every 15 minutes during festival hours (Saturday, June 25 10am-6pm and Sunday, June 26 10am-5pm). Thank you to Shoreline Community College for providing this service.
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.