Ridgecrest extravaganza ice cream social

Monday, August 20, 2018

The Ridgecrest Ice Cream Social
The Around the Sound Band in the foreground
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association put on their annual ice cream social on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Paramount School Park, 15300 8th Ave NE, Shoreline 98155, and as usual, it was an extravaganza.

Inflatables slides, pirates, three bands, multiple emergency vehicles for kids and adults to try on for size, -- did I mention the helicopter landing?

Oh, and there was ice cream, too, served by neighborhood volunteers and city council members.

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Northwest Junior Pipe Band
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Keystone Kops
Photo by Jerry Pickard

King County helicopter landed on the field
and let kids sit inside
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The line up to sit in the helicopter
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Inflatable slide
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Veterans from American Legion Post 227 in Shoreline
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Walgreen's staff handed out toys
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Shoreline Firefighter Michelle Pidduck brought an aid car and let kids inside
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Patty Pan Cooperative brought dinner
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Shoreline City Councilmembers help serve ice cream
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Does this look like fun? Check out ways to be involved in your neighborhood association - right here.


New exhibits at The Gallery at Town Center

The Gallery at Town Center Presents: 
Monica Bretherton and Christopher Kroehler
August 14 - September 29, 2018

The Gallery at Town Center is exhibiting a selection of works by Acrylic Artist Monica Bretherton and Oil/Pen/Pencil Artist Christopher Kroehler. See these works and the creations of over 90 other local artists during gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon to 5pm.

Monica Bretherton

Monica Bretherton began her artistic career in Denver Colorado, where she was known for her colorful sculpture and installations. She moved to New York and went on to work professionally in film and finance, which didn’t leave much time for art.

After a move to the Pacific Northwest, she returned to artistic practice with a new focus on acrylics. Her chickens made excellent subjects, and painting them meant she could expand her flock and have as many roosters as she wanted. She credits them with helping her get her mojo back.

She currently resides in Arlington, WA, and is on the board of the Arlington Arts Council, whose mission is to bring more art and arts education to the town.

Christopher Kroehler

Kroehler was born and raised in Japan where he lived for sixteen years before moving to the United States to attend college. He grew up in a small rural town in Fukushima Prefecture and was exposed to the rich Japanese culture and the many artisans living in the region.

He graduated from the University of Washington in 1988 with a BFA in painting and began showing his work in Seattle galleries in 1989. For the past twenty plus years, he has been concentrating his efforts with painting on glass. He developed a method of dimensional painting, which utilizes the transparent quality of glass by applying paint to both the outer and inner surfaces, as well as the canvas backing. As a result, light plays a major role in the work by casting shadows onto the canvas. In the end, the effect is the incorporation of several separate surfaces into a cohesive and dimensional whole.

“Each of my paintings tells a story through my playful cast of characters. They play at form, color, and image; experiments of expression which read beneath the surface.”

The Gallery at Town Center is a program of the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council and is located inside the Lake Forest Park Town Center on the lower level. 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park 98155.

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.


Parks Board to discuss Funding Advisory Committee and Aquatics Center program and design update

Echo Lake Park
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services/Tree Board meeting Thursday, August 23, 2018, 7 - 9pm, at City Hall room 303, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline 98133

Agenda Items - August 23, 2018 Agenda Packet
  • Parks Funding Advisory Committee Process and Charter
  • Community and Aquatics Center Program and Design Update - http://www.shorelinewa.gov/cac
  • Comment on Agenda Items
Contact the Parks Board

Learn more about public and private tree regulations in Shoreline

Board meetings are audio recorded and posted on this site within one week of the meeting.


The Polytech Open House – newest private school connects high school diploma to a career pathway

Sunday, August 19, 2018

The Polytech, a newly approved private school, serves students in grades 11-12 and offers them the opportunity to earn industry certificates and college credit at the same time they satisfy high school graduation requirements. 

In addition to standard college prep courses, The Polytech offers access to advanced studies and many career pathways, including health care, education, engineering, and business and technology programs.

If a student is interested in computers, The Polytech allows that student to become certified to be a Helpdesk Technician. Students interested in the healthcare industry may learn that they prefer working directly with patients by earning a Phlebotomy certification, or may instead find that they are better suited to work behind the scenes with patient data in a career involving Infomatics. Other students need a hands-on classroom, and pathways such as Welding or Culinary Arts can provide exactly that experience.

“So many students already know what they want to do after graduation, and we can give them access to these advanced courses earlier than traditional high schools,’ says Reza Khastou, founder of The Polytech. 
“But other students are completely unaware of all of the options available to them. The Polytech provides the right solution as we expose students to a wide variety of careers and provide hands-on experiences that engage students and make them a part of the process of planning for their future.”

Khastou knows. He spent the last 20 years as a college director and worked directly with high school students. He has countless stories of students who sharply increased their motivation and performance after connecting directly with a career and experiencing the demanding college courses. 

“Once students can see a purpose in the work they are doing, they understand their role and become excited.”

The Polytech follows the standard college quarter schedule, and has the flexibility to accommodate students entering the program throughout the school year.

All students participate in a College Readiness course, designed to teach the soft skills necessary to be successful in college and a career. This course covers items like professional dress and social media presence as well as the ability to accept criticism and all of the executive function skills such as organization and time management.

Conveniently located in the Northgate area, The Polytech also offers a wide variety of support services, including tutoring, individual courses for credit, and career assessment and advising. Students who need a quiet structured place to catch up on projects and other assignments are invited to attend Drop-In Tutoring on Saturday mornings.

Students, parents, and educators are invited to learn more by attending the open house scheduled for September 12, 2018 at their campus located at 540 NE Northgate Way, Suite D (behind Starbucks). Drop in any time from 9:00am til 7:00pm to tour The Polytech campus, learn more about the innovative programming and creative options to complete a high school diploma, and meet this inspiring staff.

About The Polytech

The Polytech is a WA State approved private school serving students in grades 11-12 through a combination of small group and one-on-one instruction, college courses taken in partnership with local community colleges, and internship experiences. Students may earn industry certificates, college credits, and a high school diploma at the same time. For more information, please call 206-557-4646.


CanYouID.me launches new website for its 8th Anniversary

CanYouID.me is Washington State’s most comprehensive unknown subject identification site.

It was created in 2010 by Det. Tony Matthews of the Lake Forest Park Police, and started with five participating police detectives. There are now more than 300 Washington state investigators signed up on the website from 96 different police agencies.

The purpose of this program is to provide one location where Washington state detectives and investigators can post photographs of unknown subjects that can be reviewed by the public and, hopefully, identified.

Members of the public can submit names and information about the people in the photographs directly to the investigating detectives.

The number of subjects identified on CanYouID.me now tops 390!

Check out the new, user friendly, updated website by going to www.CanYou.ID.me.

Your tips have helped solve numerous crimes.

CanYouID.me would like to thank the public for taking the time to review the website and submitting information to the investigators. Keep up the good work, and check back often as detectives post new photos daily.


Food Truck Shoreline – Final Wednesday at Saltwater Park

The final Wednesday of food trucks in Richmond Beach is August 22, 2018. These family-friendly beach parties are wildly popular, and you can expect more adventures in eating and swingin’ music this week!

Head to the lower parking lot to choose your meal from FOUR trucks, then move to the upper shelter to enjoy your food and Cuban rhythms by Clave Gringa. Walk, bicycle or carpool if possible; parking is limited.

Papa Bois offers authentic Caribbean flavors! Their menu offers a great spread from sandwiches to main dishes with sides and drinks. Each item holds a special flavor that ties it back to their Caribbean roots!

Off the Rez is the first and only Native American food truck in Seattle and features Indian tacos served on handmade frybread, burgers, fries and a number of sides and extras. You get the option of beef, pork, chicken or veggie.

If you are looking for gastropub eats and upscale carnival treats, head over to Bread and Circuses and try their Mac and Beer Cheese or their Fries with Beer Cheese! One of the top sellers is their Circus Burger that contains provel cheese, ground beef, crisp bacon and so much more.

Peasant Food Manifesto serves globally-inspired fusion dishes. Vietnamese, Korean, Israeli, Tunisian and American influences have all gone into this truck’s fare. Choose from comfort food classics with a twist such as Pho French Dip Sandwich; Kimchi Mac and Cheese; Korean Cheese Steak and Pho, BBQ Chicken or Pork Tacos.

Clave Gringa presents a broad spectrum of Cuban music, from the charm of the cha-cha-cha to the depth of AfroCuban rhythms. They play original engaging compositions by bandleader Ann Reynolds, as well as Cuban classics. The band includes Cubans and musicians well-schooled in the style to provide an authentic Cuban sound.

Richmond Beach Gear will be available for purchase. Check out the orca-inspired gear from t-shirts, mugs, aprons, coasters, totes, note cards and more! RBCA has a whale of a selection for you to choose from. Cash, debit and credit cards welcome.


Wildfire smoke building across the Puget Sound Region expected to be unhealthy by Monday morning

The sky is not supposed to be that color
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
From the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Air quality is becoming UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS in some areas already, and this is expected to spread to the rest of our region by Monday morning.

With winds pushing smoke from British Columbia and the fires in the Cascades in our direction, we expect poor air quality to continue through Wednesday.

Wildfire smoke can cause a range of health problems:
  • Trouble breathing 
  • Asthma attack 
  • Coughing
  • Stinging eyes
  • Irritated sinuses
  • Headaches
  • Chest pain
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Sensitive groups should take precautions, including: children, older adults, and people that are pregnant, have heart or lung issues (such as asthma and COPD), or that have had a stroke.
  • Stay indoors when possible.
  • Limit your physical activity outdoors, such as running, bicycling, physical labor, and sports. 
  • Close windows in your home, if possible, and keep the indoor air clean. If you have an air conditioner, use the "recirculation" switch. Use an indoor air filter if available. 
  • If you do not have an air conditioner, consider finding a public place with clean, air-conditioned indoor air like a public library or a community center. 
  • Avoid driving, when possible. If you must drive, keep the windows closed. If you use the car's fan or air conditioning, make sure the system recirculates air from inside the car; don't pull air from outside. 
  • Schools and daycare providers should consider postponing outdoor activities or moving them indoors.
  • N95 or N100 rated masks can help protect some people from air pollution. These masks are usually available at hardware and home repair stores. Please check with your doctor to see if this appropriate for you. More information here.
  • For more information on ways to reduce your exposure, see the Washington Department of Health's Smoke From Fire tips.
  • As always, check with your health care provider for more specific questions and concerns.

To learn more about wildfire smoke, and to subscribe to updates, visit the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency's website.

Other languages available upon request


Photos: Celebrate Shoreline Car Show

The Celebrate Shoreline car show, sponsored by the Shoreline Historical Museum, took place on Saturday, next to the Shoreline Farmers Market at Shoreline Place, N 155th and Aurora.
Photos by Steven H. Robinson

Still to come - ice cream social, celebrate shoreline festival, sandcastle contest


Photo: Site prep at Parkwood

Photo by Mike Remarcke

The building rubble is gone and site prep is well underway at Parkwood Elementary school site on N 155th. When school starts on August 29, 2018, the school will be in session at the North City elementary building. 816 N 190th St.


AG Ferguson successfully challenges Administration’s delay of facility safety rule

Tesoro fire 2010 Anacortes
Photo by Emma Schwartz, The Center for Public Integrity

Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued the following statement after a federal appeals court agreed with Ferguson and 10 other attorneys general that the Trump Administration’s delay of the Chemical Disaster Rule violated the Clean Air Act. The Chemical Disaster Rule updates important safety requirements for large industrial facilities that handle hazardous chemicals.

In its decision, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit used unusually harsh language to criticize EPA. For example, the court wrote that EPA’s reason for delaying the Chemical Disaster Rule “makes a mockery of the statute.” By delaying the rule, the court said, EPA “delayed life-saving protections.”

“Washingtonians have first-hand experience with the types of disasters this rule was designed to prevent,” Ferguson said of his latest victory against the Trump Administration. “I won’t allow the Trump Administration to ignore the law to advance the interests of the oil and chemical industry, at the expense of worker safety.”

Ferguson has now filed 32 lawsuits against the Trump Administration and has not lost a case. Ferguson has 13 legal victories against the Trump Administration. Seven of those cases are finished and cannot be appealed. The Trump Administration has appealed or may appeal the other six, which include lawsuits involving Dreamers, 3D-printed guns, and the transgender military ban. No court to rule on the merits of the Attorney General’s arguments in a lawsuit against the Trump Administration has ruled against the office.

The Chemical Disaster Rule was prompted by a number of high-profile accidents around the nation, including the 2010 Tesoro refinery explosion in Anacortes. That explosion — specifically cited by the Environmental Protection Agency in its development of the new rule — claimed the lives of seven workers.

The Chemical Disaster Rule aims to reduce the threat of chemical releases with new standards and required safety audits, in addition to bolstering emergency preparedness. The rule applies to more than 12,000 facilities nationwide, including refineries, chemical manufacturers and others that use, store or have the potential to release highly hazardous chemicals.

Once a rule is finalized, the Clean Air Act allows for a 90-day delay to reconsider it in response to litigation. Beyond 90 days, the act clearly states that “reconsideration shall not postpone the effectiveness of the rule.”

The Chemical Disaster Rule was finalized on Jan. 13, 2017. On Jan. 26, under the Trump Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency delayed its effective date for 60 days — along with 29 other environmental regulations — shortly after the president took office. The Trump Administration postponed the 30 environmental regulations without providing an opportunity for public comment.

After the initial delay on Jan. 26, the Trump Administration postponed the Chemical Disaster Rule twice more while it reconsidered the rule.

The New York Attorney General's office led a coalition of 11 attorneys general who sued over the EPA's delay of the rule. In addition to Washington, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont also joined the lawsuit.


Construction: Ballinger self-storage

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Under construction now - Ballinger Self Storage, 20029 19th Ave NE. The 100,000 square foot, four story building will house 788 storage units.

Ballinger self storage under construction
Photo by Mike Remarcke in July 2018


Amazon may buy Landmark Theaters including The Crest

2017 Crest marquee
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
According to a story in The Seattle Times

Amazon is in the running to acquire Landmark Theaters, a move that would vault the e-commerce giant into the brick-and-mortar cinema industry, according to people familiar with the situation.

Landmark owns the local and beloved Crest Cinema Theatre in Ridgecrest at 5th NE and NE 165th as well as 51 other theaters, most of which are art houses.

Pushing into movie theaters would follow Amazon’s expansion into myriad other forms of media, including a film and TV studio and music service.
“This is probably a move to get broader distribution of film content,” said Leo Kulp, an analyst with RBC Capital Markets. “Netflix had been discussed as a potential buyer of Landmark for a similar reason.”

Crest patrons have already weathered several changes of ownership. Seven Gables bought the Crest and updated the screen. Landmark bought the Seven Gables theaters. Landmark is headquartered in Los Angelos and currently owned by Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner.

The possible move was viewed positively by investors, who saw it as a sign that Amazon wasn’t looking to disrupt moviegoing and was supportive of the theatrical experience, Kulp said.


Thursday's Frolic was for the adults - next Thursday is for the kids

Voices 4 sang at the Frolic at the Lake
Photo by Jay Sundahl

Attendees at the Echo Lake Neighborhood Association's Frolic at the Lake on Thursday, August 16, 2018 were treated to a two hour concert by the jazz group Voices 4.

The vocal quarter, from Kent, was accompanied by a three piece band - guitar, drums, and keyboard. They sang the jazz hits from the grand era of swing in four part, two part, and solo arrangements.

Off the Rez food truck provided dinner
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Off the Rez was there with their burgers and tacos and Mooney Icy Tunes sold ice cream.

Mooney Icy Tunes sold ice cream
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

ELNA will hold a second Frolic on Thursday, August 23, 2018 from 5-8pm. This one will feature the Bubbleman bubble show and free face painting.

Sweet Pearl Bakery will bring desserts and Yummy Box will sell Asian Fusion dinners. 

Echo Lake park is on the Interurban Trail
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Frolic is open to the public. Echo Lake park is located at N 200th and Ashworth Ave N, across from Aurora Village. The Park is on the Interurban Trail.


Washington elections officials plan ahead for cyber incidents

Elections officials plan for cyber incidents
Photo courtesy Secretary of State

Elections officials from around the state spent Saturday at Camp Murray by Joint Base Lewis-McCord in a retreat called Tabletop The Vote 2018.

Presided over by Secretary of State Kim Wyman, the purpose of this exercise was to identify best practices and areas for improvement in cyber incident planning.


Shoreline firefighters come and go from wildfires

Photo courtesy Shoreline Fire
Shoreline Fire has firefighters coming and going to the wildfires in California, Oregon, and Washington.

FF/PM Fischer returned from Oregon fires and was replaced by FF/PM Kim. 

Capt Sawyer, FF Defenbaugh, FF Harrington, FF Mannix and FF Merrick are returning from Mendocino, California after two weeks.

FF Drechsler is still in Eastern Washington. Yesterday they sent FF/PM Sewell and FF Merlino east as well, to a fire near Pullman.

In the photo: LT Sawyer is back from the California wildfires and at work leading the parade at the Woodway Town Fair.


Scene on the Sound: Army ship named for hero almost visible through the haze

SSGT Robert T. Kuroda, LSV-7
Photo by Jan Hansen

Honolulu became the home of a hero and a ship named in his honor

By Jan Hansen
Rarely do I see an Army ship, but blending into our Shoreline Sea Friday was the SSGT Robert T. Kuroda, LSV-7. In 2006 she was the only one of the Army's eight LSVs named for a Medal of Honor recipient.

Kuroda is the first of two new-generation LSVs built for the Army's Tank-automotive and Armament Command (TACOM). She was assigned to an Army Reserve unit, the 548th Transportation Detachment in Pearl Harbor.

The LSVs are "roll-on roll-off" vessels used to transport heavy equipment and other bulky items, and are capable of discharging a payload of 2,000 short tons - including 15 main battle tanks or up to 82 double-stacked 20-foot long ISO containers - directly onto unimproved beaches and ports using large, retractable bow ramps.

Robert T. Kuroda
Photo in public domain
From Wikipedia comes “the rest of the story.”

Robert Kuroda was born in Hawaii, the son of immigrants from Japan. He was thus a Nisei, which means a second generation Japanese-American. Kuroda was trained as an electrician, but he enlisted in the U.S. Army in March 1943, at the age of 20.
Kuroda volunteered to join the all-Nisei 442nd Regimental Combat Team. This army unit was mostly made up of Japanese Americans from Hawaii and the mainland.
On October 20, 1944, Kuroda was serving as a staff sergeant in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. On that day, near Bruyères, France, he single-handedly attacked two enemy machine gun emplacements before being killed by a sniper
For these actions, he was posthumously awarded the Army's second-highest decoration, the Distinguished Service Cross.
A 1990s review of service records for Asian Americans who received the Distinguished Service Cross during World War II led to Kuroda's award being upgraded to the Medal of Honor.
In a ceremony at the White House on June 21, 2000, his surviving family was presented with his Medal of Honor by President Bill Clinton. Twenty-one other Asian Americans also received the medal during the ceremony, all but seven of them posthumously.
Kuroda, aged 21 at his death, was buried at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in HonoluluHawaii.


LFP Police salmon BBQ to support Special Olympics

Sunday, September 9 at 10am - 3pm

Come join LFP Police for their annual salmon BBQ supporting Special Olympics Washington at the Lake Forest Park Farmers Market. Wild Alaska Salmon and all the fixings will be served fresh off the grill.

Great food, awesome raffle items and the dunk-a-cop tank. Adult meals are $15 and child’s plates are $12. 100% of the proceeds go to Special Olympics.

Raffle items include $500 Albertsons gift card, an autographed Seattle Seahawks football, an autographed 12th Man flag, tickets to the UW vs. Utah football game and many more. Tickets are $5 each or 5 tickets for $20. Do not need to be present to win.

Meal and raffle tickets will be available the day of the event or can be purchased in advance at the Lake Forest Park police records counter.


Military nurse to speak at Post 227 special meeting Aug 22

The American Legion Post 227 in Shoreline will hold a special meeting at 6:30pm Wednesday evening, August 22, 2018. The meeting will be held at Post 227, located at 14521 17th Ave NE, Shoreline 98155.

Clare Walderman will speak about her remarkable military experiences beginning in the US Army, then transferring into the US Air Force with incredible assignment accomplishments and eventual retirement with the rank of Major.

While serving in Desert Shield/Desert Storm in Iraq with the 46th Army Combat Support Hospital (CASH) supporting the 24th Mechanized Infantry Division, she helped care for Iraqi prisoners of war and none died in the care of CASH.

Upon coming back to the U.S., Clare was welcomed home with parades with General Schwarzkopf and General Colin Powell. Her husband, Gary Walderman, was scheduled to speak on the Hero’s Café, but will be unable to attend. There will be an opportunity for questions after the presentation.

This will NOT be a regular meeting of the Post but a Special Presentation Night only!

While you are at the meeting, you can check out the Post Library that includes a large collection of militarily related books, video tapes and DVDs. Any of these can be checked out, used and returned by post members and community without charge.

All members of the community, whether a military veteran or not, are welcome to attend to hear the presentations. We look forward to seeing you at this special meeting.


Waterless car wash at Shorewood Aug 25 and Sep 8

Friday, August 17, 2018

Shorewood High School Drill Team will wash your car on Saturday, August 25 and Saturday, September 8. 

And it's waterless which is better for the environment (You are probably curious to how they do that...but you'll have to check it out in person...)

The car wash is in the Shorewood High School back parking lot, August 25 and September 8, 2018 from 10am-1pm. 

Suggested donation is $10. Shorewood is located at 17300 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline 98133.


Artists in Action at Sky Nursery

Saturday August 25, 2018
Sunday August 26th, 2018 
Both days 11 am – 5 pm

Northwest Artists in Action is a group of accomplished fine artists who love to create and display their art in public.

The unique feature of the group is that each artist will be creating an art project on site.

This gives you a chance to see a painting being created in real time and the opportunity to discuss the art with the artist.

A display of finished original art will be available for purchase.

The dahlia show will be at Sky the same day (see previous article)


LFP council meetings cancelled for next week

The City Council Committee of the Whole Meeting scheduled for Monday, August 20, 2018, and the City Council Regular Meeting scheduled for August 23rd, have both been cancelled.


Sandcastle contest Sunday at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park

2014 1st Place - Rowboat in the making

Celebrate Shoreline Sandcastle Contest
Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018 11:30am to 2:30pm 
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park, 2021 NW 190th Street

Try your hand at sandcastle construction or just take in the sandcastle competition from the sidelines. Contestants must provide their own tools, buckets and shovels. Prizes will be awarded to the winners.

Bring the entire family to Richmond Beach Saltwater Park on Sunday, August 19. With a little imagination and a lot of sand, Richmond Beach transforms into a series of sandcastles and sculptures.

Judges will vote for the top entries in the "Adult/Family/Group" and "Kids 12 and Under" categories plus a “Crowd Favorite”!

Free to participate! Contestants must provide their own tools, buckets and shovels. Prizes will be awarded to the winners.

Sponsored by the City of Shoreline and Richmond Beach Community Association


Shoreline Place teases reveal at Celebrate Shoreline Saturday

There has been a great deal of interest in the future configuration of Shoreline Place - home of the closed Sears store at N 155th and Aurora.

Now the owners, Merlone Geier, are teasing an appearance at Celebrate Shoreline Saturday.

Are you celebrating Shoreline at Cromwell Park this Saturday? We are! 
Stop by and see us the Celebrate Shoreline Beer Garden where we'll reveal the Shoreline Place site plan! Can't make it? No worries. We'll post all the materials on our website.


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