New Exhibit Opening at the Shoreline Historical Museum

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Shoreline Historical Museum

Shoreline Historical Museum
N 185th and Linden Ave N.
May 4th at 1pm
Connections:  Surface Water, Piped Water, Wastewater 
Throughout the history of humankind, water has been, and continues to be, a most important topic.  

Where do we get it?  How do we deal with it when we have too much? Where do we put it when it's "used?" What can we do when we have too little?  

We have to have water, but water can also make us crazy. The rules of water are very black and white: it always finds the path of least resistance, and it always runs downhill! Lifetimes have been spent trying to change those rules, or at least fight them.

Join us at the Museum on Saturday May 4th at 1:00pm for a fun and informative pictorial look at the history of water in northwest King County. Water, and other light refreshments, will be served!


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