PHOTOS: Scenes From The 4th At 3 Tree Point


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Burien’s 3 Tree Point celebrated the 4th of July with its annual Independence Day multi-block and beach party, with a community breakfast, flag raising ceremony, an all-day art show at the old store, a kid’s parade, treasure hunt on the beach (with a reported $125+ in coins hidden), carnival games, a bouncy house, numerous live bands on the deck of a house near the beach and much more, all capped off with a spectacular $21,000+ professional fireworks display from a barge anchored off the point.

Here’s a photo slideshow of the day’s highlights by Photographer Michael Brunk:

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4 Responses to “PHOTOS: Scenes From The 4th At 3 Tree Point”
  1. Fred Feiertag says:

    Great pictures, Michael. You really captured the scene and the mood! I especially liked the “Where is Scott?” picture….

  2. Julie Dow says:

    Great Photos Michael! Thanks for what you do! – Julie Dow

  3. Wow, Three Tree Point has gotten crowded!

    I grew up on Sylvester Road and used to walk down to the beach almost every day of the summer growing up!

    Looks like a great way to celebrate the Fourth.

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