61st Ave SW & SW Stevens St
Seattle, WA 98116
Fired Up: Neighborhood Fire Stations on the Duwamish Peninsula
Join the Southwest Seattle Historical Society at the Log House Museum on June 9th from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm for the grand opening of their latest exhibit, Fired Up: Neighborhood Fire Stations on the Duwamish Peninsula. Learn about the history of our fire stations, and hear about how firefighters work even today to keep us safe.
Neighborhoods and fire stations grow up together. The relationship of a neighborhood to the fire station that protects it is one of trust, respect, and appreciation. To know that help will arrive quickly in the event of a fire or an injury is reassuring and gives comfort.
Our appreciation for our neighborhood fire station and the firefighters within is something that transcends time and age. It is very easy to share a child’s excitement at seeing the fire trucks roar down the street, because it is something that always stays with us. We never outgrow our enthusiasm or our appreciation for our local firefighters.
The Southwest Seattle Historical Society preserves and shares the stories of the Duwamish Peninsula. We do so through exhibits and the Log House Museum, programs throughout the community, and caring for a collection of over 14,000 historical artifacts and archives.
Saturday, June 9th
12:00 – 2:00 pm
The Log House Museum
3003 61st Ave SW
Hours of Operation:
Thursday – Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
When: June 9, 2018 – Summer 2019
Cost: Suggested Donation of $3 for Adults and $1 for Children.