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See beautiful gardens on the 2013 Edmonds in Bloom Garden Tour

The 18th annual Edmonds in Bloom Garden Tour will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Sunday, July 21. This year’s tour features many of the most beautiful gardens in Edmonds and Woodway. The 2013... Full story

 
 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    June 11, 2013

Kaputnik is a tour de farce

The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds launches another comic rocket with Kaputnik, a Cold War spy farce directed by Eric Lewis. A smiling official photograph of President Eisenhower watches over a broken-down observatory somewhere in the desert of the... Full story

 

Photography by Dawn McLellan to show at Edmonds Center for the Arts

In partnership with the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation, ECA is pleased to present Photography by Dawn McLellan, showing in the mezzanine gallery at ECA through June 26, 2013. Dawn McLellan considers herself a constant learner; a student of the...

 

Come celebrate with us

Editor: I am writing to express great appreciation for Meagan McDonald’s Letter to the Editor in last week’s Beacon. Meagan expressed “Kudos for the Edmonds Business Expo and Chamber of Commerce.” We at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce have...

 

Don’t miss the ‘Edmonds Kind of 4th’ festivities

“An Edmonds Kind of 4th” is rapidly approaching! With an over 100 year tradition, “An Edmonds Kind of 4th” is a cornerstone of the community, engaging families and businesses. Annually, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce presents the daylong cel... Full story

 

Edmonds woman assaulted, robbed

A 29-year-old female Edmonds resident was assaulted and had her purse stolen by an unknown male Tuesday afternoon. At approximately 1:50 p.m., the female was near her car when she was struck in the face by a male who then took her purse and fled on... Full story

 

Edmonds resident named Produce Manager of the Year by the United Fresh Produce Association

Edmonds resident Lou Brock, the produce manager of the University Village QFC store, was named Produce Manger of the Year by the Washington DC-based United Fresh Produce Association. He was selected from a nationwide nomination process open to all... Full story

 

United Way announces $7.9 million in targeted community grants

United Way of Snohomish County will be investing $7.9 million over three years toward 107 programs in Snohomish County addressing a set of priorities identified by three panels of volunteers. These... Full story

 

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