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Celebrate the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage at Burien Community Center

Celebrate the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage at Burien Community Center

The Highline Historical Society and Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services will be displaying an exhibit on the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage at the Burien Community Center from mid-November... [Read more]

PANORAMA: ‘Hope In Hard Times’ Exhibit Now Open

PANORAMA: ‘Hope In Hard Times’ Exhibit Now Open

Have you made time to stop and visit the Highline Historical Society’s “Hope in Hard Times” pop-up museum on SW 153rd Street? Originally developed by the Washington State History Museum, the... [Read more]

Highline Historical Society launches website for ‘Hope in Hard Times’ exhibit

Highline Historical Society launches website for ‘Hope in Hard Times’ exhibit

To kick off the big traveling exhibit that the Highline Historical Society will be hosting in a Burien storefront beginning in October, the Society has launched a new website: http://www.wahopeinhardtimes.net. On... [Read more]

‘Extraordinary Women of Highline’ at Burien Community Center through Jan.

‘Extraordinary Women of Highline’ at Burien Community Center through Jan.

The Burien Community Center will be presenting a new exhibit curated by Highline Historical Society intern Colleen Lenahan until Jan. 31, 2013. The exhibit, called “Extraordinary Women of Highline,”... [Read more]

Artist Garreth Schuh Has Exhibit At Burien Community Center

Artist Garreth Schuh Has Exhibit At Burien Community Center

Artist Garreth Schuh will be displaying his artwork at the Burien Community Center for the entire month of May. The Burien Community Center is located at 14700 6th Ave SW…

Historical Local Photos On Display At Burien Community Center Until Nov. 2nd

Historical Local Photos On Display At Burien Community Center Until Nov. 2nd

The Highline Historical Society (we’re members – join here) has unveiled an exhibit of 54 historic photographs at the Burien Community Center, with interesting images of early settlers, local schools,... [Read more]

Re-Discover D.B. Cooper At SeaTac City Hall Exhibit Through November

Re-Discover D.B. Cooper At SeaTac City Hall Exhibit Through November

He’s probably the most famous hijacker there ever was, and he did his deed practically over our heads on Nov. 24, 1971 – we’re speaking of course about Dan “D.B.” Cooper,... [Read more]

Burien Art Gallery’s “Page Turner: Contemporary Artist Books” Opens Friday

Burien Art Gallery’s “Page Turner: Contemporary Artist Books” Opens Friday

The Burien Art Gallery will be hosting “Page Turner: Contemporary Artist Books,” a free exhibit of handmade artists books, beginning this Friday, March 5th at its Dottie Harper Park “Little... [Read more]

Photographic Printer Jason Smith’s Show Opens Friday At Vino Bello

Photographic Printer Jason Smith’s Show Opens Friday At Vino Bello

We’re huge fans of Photography here at The B-Town Blog, and while we are only rarely able to achieve it, we always appreciate it, honor it, and encourage others to experience it. I mean, have you... [Read more]

Burien Native Spearheading Effort To Save Zoo's Nocturnal House

Burien Native Spearheading Effort To Save Zoo's Nocturnal House

by Scott Schaefer Scott Gifford was born and raised in Normandy Park, spent a lot of time in Burien, went to school and got his first job here and now works as an attorney in Seattle. His passion now? To... [Read more]