The Shoreline Historical Museum, a non-profit 501 (c ) 3 organization, is dedicated to preserving, recording and interpreting the heritage of the historic Shoreline area, (85th to 205th, Puget Sound to Lake Washington) and its relationship to the Northwest region.
The Museum’s location, is at the intersection of 185th and Linden, one block west of the most historic intersection in Shoreline, where the first business took hold in 1911, the Rogers General Store.
President: Kevin Sill
Vice President: Hal Schlegel
Secretary: Barrett Monsaas
Treasurer: Henry Reed
Elwood “Tiger” Avery
Executive Director: Vicki Stiles
Our Partnership Circle Supporters:
City of Shoreline
Golden Wheels Racing Pathfinders
James Alan Salon
Jim Adams Auto Clinic
Lakeshore Garden Club, FGCW
Puget Sound Antique Radio Association
Washington State Heritage
Membership in the Shoreline Historical Museum gives you the opportunity to support the Museum while enjoying the Museum newsletter, invitations to membership events, discounts on books and gifts, use of the Museum’s multipurpose room for meetings at a discounted rate, and access to the Museum’s exhibits and research facilities at no charge.
Life membership: $1000