We all make history, every day. Our surroundings on Queen Anne are changing rapidly, and they have changed every decade in the past.
This month - to be precise, next Wednesday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. - Queen Anne Historical Society looks at some of the changes with a photo-charged presentation, "The Top of the Hill - Then and Now."
Bruce Jones, QAHS's Web site manager and tireless photo researcher, has put together a program of local pictures past and current, drawing on the society's own archives and other area collections.
Their challenge to you, should you accept it, is:
"You may think you know our community pretty well, but you'll be surprised when you see some of these shots. If you too have photos of local scenes from the past, bring them with you for us to see. Maybe they can become part of a future program."
This potentially fascinating public meeting will take place at McClure Middle School Library, First Avenue West and West Crockett Street. It's free and open to, yes, the public.
For more information, contact John Hennes, 284-2266.