Saturday, June 11th 2016 from 2 to 6PM
at Meadowbrook Pond,
across from Meadowbrook Community Center
10517 35th Ave NE
Thornton Creek Alliance and Adopt A Stream Foundation are hosting a free family-friendly event in cooperation with Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle Parks & Recreation to celebrate the completion of two floodplain restoration/reconnection projects on Thornton Creek, the largest watershed in both Seattle and Shoreline.
The event will include outdoor festivities with live music featuring the ThorNton Creek Band, information booths, children’s activities and tours of the Thornton Confluence and Kingfisher project sites (see map below).
This is a community networking event intended for Thornton Creek watershed residents, creek-side property owners, students, stream professionals, stream enthusiasts, and anyone else who wants to celebrate this watershed.
Influence of the Confluence provides an opportunity to bring together people living in, working on, and studying urban creeks to partner on watershed restoration and protection. The event will help to: