False alarm leaves musicians on the sidewalk at Third Place

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Third Place Books and Commons patrons ended up outside around 8:30 pm on a warm Friday evening, July 23, when the fire alarm sounded. The Duwamish Jazz band grabbed their trumpets, Sousaphone, washboard and headed outside with everyone else. Legislative candidate David Baker took the opportunity to meet a few voters.

Northshore Fire was on the scene and found no fire and no cause for (the) alarm. The building was opened and the Duwamish Jazz played another set of their lively, Dixieland music to an enthusiastic crowd.

The free concerts are held every Friday and Saturday evening, sponsored by Third Place Commons. For a schedule of performances, check their calendar.


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