The Working Group at Lake Union Park was created to provide a platform for collaboration among the At Lake Union Park partner organizations. The group plans and organizes collaborative events at Lake Union Park and the Historic Ships Wharf, discusses issues that affect the groups and the Maritime Heritage world, and shares strategies for the success and growth of each organization.
This page exsists to share information about the work being done by this group and how you can get involved. Please contact CWB's Executive Director Betsy Davis with any concerns, ideas, or suggestions.
VISION FOR COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS AT LAKE UNION PARK
This document summarizes two years of planning efforts by the Working Group at Lake Union Park. The document's chapters reflect the main research themes, with both a narrative description of the plan and also a reference list of the research completed, and links to online documents containing that research.
If you'd prefer, you can see a list of research documents and read those you select.
PLAN FOR COLLABORATIVE IMPLEMENTATION
This final draft summarizes the collaborative work being planned and piloted by the At Lake Union Park Working Group. The report summarizes the research into cultural districts and other projects in the region, and also describes the group's pilot projects, including lessons learned.
If you'd prefer, you can see a list of planning documents and read those you select.
The Working Group discusses and and is an advocate for all kinds of Maritime-related issues. Learn more about some of the projects in which the Working Group is involved.
MINUTES OF WORKING GROUP MEETINGS
Representatives from over a dozen different organizations regularly attend a planning meeting twice a month at Lake Union Park. If you'd like more information, feel free to contact CWB's Executive Director Betsy Davis if you'd like to participate or present to the group.
REPORTS DESCRIBING ACTIVITIES AT LAKE UNION PARK
The public benefits from a wide variety of educational and recreational activities at Lake Union Park, offered by a wonderful array of heritage and cultural organizations. These reports describe the ships that have visited, the free rides that have been given, the special boat shows and family events that have been offered.
AT LAKE UNION PARK STYLE GUIDE AND LOGOS
Are you a working group participant? Do you need to use the Atlakeunionpark.org logo in one of your publications? Please take a look at the Brand Style Guide to learn about proper use of the logos.