Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza: Celebration tomorrow; more brick sales


(photo by David Hutchinson)
After two months in storage during plaza construction, the Alki Statue of Liberty is back – and on its new pedestal. Today, the pedestal and plaza get a few finishing touches, just in the nick of time for tomorrow’s all-day dedication celebration (schedule here). At the site Thursday afternoon, Plaza Project co-chairs Libby and Paul Carr revealed they’ve reopened brick sales – they have the green light to sell hundreds more, $150 personal/$300 business, to be engraved on-site – the money, they say, goes to a special fund the city Parks Department will use to maintain the plaza. Brick-buying forms will be available at Saturday’s event, and online at

2 Replies to "Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza: Celebration tomorrow; more brick sales"

  • westseattleite September 5, 2008 (10:17 am)

    Great,I really wanted to get one for my husband and I and had missed the original deadline. FYI-the form on the website still has the original $100 price.

  • WSB September 5, 2008 (10:20 am)

    Westseattleite – The Carrs said they’d be updating the website, so keep an eye out for that, but they did stress somebody will be tabling with forms at the site during tomorrow’s all-day event.

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