Beginning Saturday, June 7, Lynnwood’s Heritage Park will host a series of open house events from 11am – 3pm on the first Saturday of June, July, August and September. The park, located east of I-5 at the SE corner of Poplar Way and Alderwood Mall Parkway, is a cultural, heritage and visitor resource. The open house events offer a unique opportunity for park visitors to tour the various historical structures including Interurban Car 55 that have been preserved at the park.
Open House activities include:
- Tour guides, Jeanne and Gary Rogers, will entertain visitors with tales of Car 55, one of six Interurban trolleys that ran between Seattle and Everett from 1910 to 1939. Jeanne grew up in a railroading family; her father, Walter Shannon, was an Interurban motorman.
- Docents from the Alderwood Manor Heritage Association will be available to provide guided tours of the exhibits currently on display in the Superintendent’s Cottage and at the Wickers Building Museum.
- Treats and refreshments will be served at the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau’s Visitor Information Center.
- Visitors are invited to take a peek into their personal genealogical history at Humble House with the assistance of the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society.
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