West Seattle weekend scene: Log House Museum’s summer prep

June 6, 2010 at 12:17 am | In Alki Homestead, West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Right in the middle of West Seattle’s bright beautiful Saturday morning, its headquarters for history – the Log House Museum – got some love from a small but dedicated cleanup crew – below, that’s Southwest Seattle Historical Society president Judy Bentley and a young volunteer in the next photo, checking out the “to do” list.

For the latest roundup of what the Historical Society is focusing on – including a current pledge drive – you can check out their most recent newsletter (PDF) here. And expect to hear more soon about the Alki Homestead awareness event announced by board member Jim Del Ciello at this past week’s Southwest District Council meeting. Meantime, the museum’s open Thursdays-Sundays, noon-4 pm, 61st/Stevens (map), and well worth a visit.

2 Comments

  1. Been too long – have to pay a visit!

    Comment by Dave — 10:45 pm June 6, 2010 #

  2. I was there a few days ago- It looks so refreshed!

    Comment by Kat — 12:56 pm June 9, 2010 #

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