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What are Seattle’s Early Families up to?

A recently-aired story on KUOW radio attempted to answer the question, “Seattle’s Early Families: Where are they now?” A KUOW listener proposed the story, and reporter Joshua McNichols followed up. The story profiles Zack Cook (Denny family), Kai Braaten (Maynard … Continue reading

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Purchase Tickets for June 23 Ballard Classic Home Tour

June 1 marks the first day that local businesses will offer tickets for the Ballard Classic Home Tour on Sunday, June 23, 2013. We’ve selected seven vintage Ballard residences of unique character and modern livability for you to see. Three … Continue reading

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Free Lecture: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Come to a free lecture to learn more about the Seventh Elect Church in Israel, and the recent transformation of its property into one of Ballard’s beautiful new Seattle parks. Wednesday, March 27, 2013 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Seattle Public … Continue reading

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Carnegie Library, A Ballard Treasure

Last spring Seattle residents learned from the Seattle Times that the Ballard Carnegie Library building was for sale by long-time owner, Karoline Morrison. It came to our attention that this building did not have the City of Seattleā€™s Landmark Designation, … Continue reading

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