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 By Bette G. Bell    A & E

Edmonds farmers market begins May 4; continues through June 8

It must be spring, as the Edmonds Museum Garden Market debuts Saturday, May 4. It has been noticed, however, the sun has only found its way pass the gray clouds, on a few scattered... — Updated 5/3/2019

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Think green, donate to Museum’s white elephant

The Edmonds Museum Summer Market needs your old stuff. Call it living green, recycling, repurposing or discovering used treasures; if it’s in good condition, clean and reusable,... — Updated 7/30/2015

 By Bette G. Bell    A & E

Scarecrows, goblins and ghosts … oh my

The Edmonds Museum is getting ready for the invasion of the scarecrows on the streets of Edmonds for the 2014 Scarecrow Festival. Some are scary. Some are friendly. It has been... — Updated 9/18/2014 Full story

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Spring means it’s market time

Have you noticed… spring has arrived! Edmonds is in bloom on every corner. The flowers make it such a treat to live in this corner of the world; and speaking of corners, the Edmonds Museum Garden Market will be open 9-2 May 3 to... — Updated 5/1/2014

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Edmonds Museum to celebrate 40th anniversary with benefit

The years just keeping adding up! Have you ever noticed that? It seems like forever until you are 21, and suddenly you are 40. How did that happen? The folks at the museum are asking the same question and feel the same way,... — Updated 10/10/2013

 By Bette G. Bell    News

The Scarecrow Mystery unfolds

It has been rumored, by an anonymous source, that scarecrows will be making their appearance in Edmonds in the near future. According to our source, from the Edmonds Historical Soci... — Updated 9/5/2013 Full story

 By Bette G. Bell    News

George who?

Who is that man on the steps of the Historical Museum? His clothes are old fashioned and out of style, but he does look kind of familiar. I know! It is George Brackett, the founder... — Updated 7/16/2013

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Summer time and the living is easy: A visit to the Summer Market is delightfully easy

A tantalizing taste was offered at the Garden market and now the possibility for a fresh, full course dinner to be put on the table is a real possibility. The Edmonds Museum Summer Market is here! All the fresh vegetables, fish,... — Updated 6/27/2013

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Is it spring yet? If the market is open, it is!

Are the rain and chilly days going to ever go away? We all know the summer will eventually be here with days of sunshine, but when? The good news is just around the corner… The Edmonds Museum Garden Market. It is a sure sign of br... — Updated 5/2/2013

 By Bette G. Bell    News

This little piggy went to market… this little piggy stayed home!

Is it Spring yet? I think I smell it in the air, and that makes me think that the Edmonds Museum Garden Market is just around the corner, followed by the Museum’s Summer Market. Another year of fresh produce from our local... — Updated 2/26/2013 Full story

 By Bette G. Bell    News

The new Edmonds, South Snohomish County Museum’s mission statement

What is your mission? Do you have a mission? What do the words “mission statement” really mean? The Edmonds South Snohomish County Museum (ESSCM) recently asked themselves this question and, after thoughtful... — Updated 8/25/2011

 By Bette G. Bell    News

Wow! Another summer…another Edmonds Museum Market

The sun is shining…maybe it is spring! Yes, it is, as the Edmonds Museum Garden Market has opened. Another year is well into it’s midlife, and the Garden Market is in full swing. The Garden Market is open from 9... — Updated 6/2/2011 Full story


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