Swingin' Summer Eve draws hundreds of residents

Friday, July 24, 2015

Cherry Cherry played to a sell out crowd

Photos by Steven H. Robinson

The annual free party - Swingin' Summer Eve - co-sponsored by the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council and the City of Shoreline - brought out record crowds on Wednesday, July 22.

Many came for the music. Cherry Cherry, a Neil Diamond tribute band, rocked out from the permanent stage at Cromwell Park.

The kids were interested in crafts and bouncy houses.

The Council of Neighborhoods did a brisk business with their pre-owned book, CD, and DVD sale. Proceeds are divided among the participating neighborhoods.

Booths offered information on bricks for the veterans memorial, City programs, and neighborhoods. Food was available for purchase.

The weather cooperated.

A good time was had by all.


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