Bridges of Queen Anne
Without our many bridges Queen Anne would be a very different place. Join us on Thursday, June 3 at 7:00 pm on Zoom when the Queen Anne Historical Society's own Maureen Elenga will present a talk on the history of our Queen Anne Bridges. The talk is based on Elenga's January 2020 book, Bridges of Seattle which explores the spans that are a quintessential part of the Seattle experience. The Aurora Bridge spans the top of this photograph. It is one of Seattle and Queen Anne's iconic crossings and provides a great clue about the date and location of the bridge under construction. We'll learn from Elenga about this landmark bridge's location, engineering significance and its place in Queen Anne history.
The society's brief annual meeting will proceed the talk when members will vote for a slate of trustees to manage our affairs in fiscal year 2021-2022. A link to the meeting will be sent next week.
The board of directors sincerely hopes you join us as we bridge the exit from Covid times to in-person talks and tours over the coming summer.
Thanks to 4Culture for supporting our work preserving and sharing Queen Anne history.