Photos: Celebrate Shoreline family festival

Monday, August 19, 2019

Inflatables and human hamster balls

Photos by Steven H. Robinson

Celebrate Shoreline family festival on Saturday, August 17, 2019 from noon to 9pm at Cromwell Park had everything.

Grooming the wallaby

Great music for all ages, pony rides for the kids, a children's stage, food trucks, a beer garden, bouncy houses, petting zoo, live theater, and more! 

Face painting, pony rides, bouncy houses

There was no admission fee but a charge for some activities like the pony rides.

Picnic with fare from food trucks
An overcast day didn't keep people from sitting on the grass to watch performances at the Gazebo or the Children's stage.

Pet the tortoise

Some of the events took to the pathways - pet a tortoise.

Council of Neighborhoods volunteers helped people
find their neighborhood

Information booths helped people find their neighborhood, get their questions answered about the Prop. 1 ShARCC, pick up a school calendar from Shoreline Schools, learn how to survive a disaster.

Shoreline Communications van will operate in emergencies

The Communications van was in operation on site. The fire department brought a truck and Deputy Holmes and his K9 partner Atom greeted the crowd.

Police robot
Kids got to operate the police robot and groom the wallaby. For $5 they could ride a pony.

What would you like to be when you grow up?

Shoreline District Court Judge Marcine Anderson and court staff were there to explain the courts a bit and take photos of young justices in robes, holding a gavel.


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