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atLakeUnion Park collaborative planning roll out event

June 26, 2009
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Last night, around 100  board members, donors, city officials, volunteers and supportes of maritime and heritage gathered to celebrate the completion of a 2 year effort to plan for the interpretation and programming of maritime heritage on Lake Union. Spearheaded by The Center for Wooden Boats, over 36 organizations  have contributed to this plan that spans 13 areas of inquiry:

  • History at Lake Union Park
  • Native American history on Lake Union
  • Hands On experience
  • Youth Programs
  • Completing the loop

 The Northlake Community Wharf project was on display and several of the speakers from the various organizations spoke to their involvement in helping make NLU a reality.

This planning effort is part of a greater effort to catalyze the maritime community which was started by the Maritime Heritage Task Force in 2004.

Here’s a link to the complete report: http://www.atlakeunionpark.com/sites/default/files/Making%20History%20at%20LUP%20_%20for_Web.pdf

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