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Front Porch: History at Lynnwood open house

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The city of Lynnwood is planning summer open houses at Heritage Park to be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the first Saturdays of the next three months -- July 6, Aug. 3 and Sept. 7.
Visitors are invited to experience how life was at the early Alderwood Manor at Heritage Park. The park's historic buildings and Interurban Car No. 55 will be open for tours. Trolley tours will be scheduled every hour. The new Wickers Museum offers a glimpse into the life of the family that once lived above the old store in the 1930s. There are re-created historic rooms, vintage furnishings and artifacts.
The open houses also are hosted by the city's partners, the Alderwood Manor Heritage Association, Sno-Isle Genealogy Society, Snohomish County Tourism Bureau, and the Car 55 Restoration Committee.
No reservations are necessary.
Heritage Park is located at 19921 Poplar Way in Lynnwood. For more information, call 425-670-5502 or visit the city's website at

Mars Hill Church Everett is scheduled to hold an open house from 1-5 p.m. Saturday in the former National Guard Armory building at 2730 Oakes Ave. Take a tour, ask questions and learn how the church plans to use the 92-year-old landmark. The building until now has been largely closed to public access, It was used to train part-time soldiers and to store munitions. The church is getting ready to remodel the building for use as a church. Refreshments will be provided. More info: Pastor Ryan Williams,

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