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Cedar Falls Historic Townsite Walking Tours Offered Two Days Next Month

August 24, 2009
HISTORIC CEDAR FALLS, Wash. – Invite your family, friends, and neighbors to take a stroll under the evening lights of the historic town site of Cedar Falls! For more than 50 years Cedar Falls was a thriving community along the Cedar River and the birthplace of Seattle City Light. Walk back in time through the remaining restored houses and discover the setting and stories of those who worked, lived and grew up in this unique community of City workers and their families.

Wear good walking shoes and carry a flashlight. A shuttle bus from the Cedar River Watershed Education Center will be available.

WHO: All (some programs for age 10+)

WHEN: Saturday evening, Sept. 12, 6-8:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoon, Sept. 13, 4-6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Meet at Cedar River Watershed Education Center, just east of North Bend (about 32 miles from downtown Seattle).

TO REGISTER: No registration required for individuals and families. Groups are encouraged to preregister.

From I-90 East take Exit 32 (436th Ave. SE) Turn right at the end of the off-ramp. Follow the road (436th Ave. SE, Cedar Falls Rd. SE) for about 2.5 miles to Rattlesnake Lake. Continue with the Lake on your right side until you reach the Cedar River Watershed Education Center.

For more information call (206) 233-1515 or email: