Photos: Shoreline Celebrated at Cromwell Park festival before the smoke set in

Friday, August 24, 2018

Photos by Steven H. Robinson

The festival for Celebrate Shoreline was held under sunny skies August 18, timed perfectly to miss the wildfire smoke.

Texas BBQ

There was all kinds of food available, from Texas BBQ to pastel cotton candy, to food trucks, to food booths.

Pet the snake

There was a wild variety of children's activities - an exotic animal petting zoo, pony rides, inflatables, games, toy-making.

Australia has very strange animals

This creature is cousin to kangaroos and wallabies.

Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council
in their bright yellow canopy

The Arts Council had a print-making booth - for kids and adults alike.

Performers were scheduled all day long. Eric Ode entertained the kids early in the day, along with the Reptile Man, a magic act, and a music group. Later, seven different groups took the stage to keep the music going until the end.

Hokulani’s Hula Studio

Hokulani’s Hula Studio had almost everyone on their feet trying a few hula moves.

Police robot

A toddler runs the police robot through its paces, picking up crumpled paper instead of bombs.

Candidates and organizations in the booths

A field of booths housed candidates for office, organizations, city departments, arts and volunteers, friends of the library.

Shoreline Youth programs

Shoreline Parks and Recreation has one of the best tween and teen programs in the Puget Sound region.

Hamster ball

Who wouldn't enjoy the opportunity to be a human hamster?


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