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 By Kate Agbayani    A&E    July 26, 2019

In Edmonds: More than a writing group

The Edmonds Writing Sisters are launching their first book together, “Writing in Place: Prose and Poetry from the Pacific Northwest,” Sunday, July 28, at ArtWorks in Edmonds. Despite their group...

 

Child memory sparks Puget Sound Bird Fest poster contest winner

Sarah Crumb has been named the winner of the 2019 Puget Sound Bird Fest Poster Art Contest with her entry “Black Oystercatchers.” The piece was selected by a jury from among 12 entries, and will... Full story

 
 By Cheryl Aarnio    A&E    July 12, 2019

Free Edmonds summer concert series begins this weekend

The free Edmonds summer concerts at City Park and Hazel Miller Plaza kick off Sunday, July 14, with Ranger and the Re-Arrangers. The performances this year range from a cappella and Latin/world music...

 

Garden Tour features six Edmonds entries

The 24th annual Edmonds in Bloom Garden Tour will be held Sunday, July 21, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. A summer must-do for many gardeners, this year’s Garden Tour is filled with inspiration. It features... Full story

 

Olympic Ballet Theatre announces 2019-20 season

Olympic Ballet Theatre’s 2019–20 performance season will open Aug. 3 with the annual summer performance at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The highlight of this performance will be the premiere of...

 
 By Kate Agbayani    A&E    June 13, 2019

Summer Wine Walks benefit Art Walk Edmonds

Edmonds' annual summer wine walks return July 6 and August 3 from 5-8 p.m. Edmonds Wine Walk, which has become increasingly popular since debuting five years ago, is a big part of Art Walk... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    June 13, 2019

Edmonds Arts Festival: 62 years and counting

It’s about the art for many. Artists, aspiring artists, and people who like art. About the camaraderie, seeing old friends or new. About the music and performances on the spiffy new band shell. And...

 

Edmonds Arts Festival music: Jazz, classical, rock, Cuban and more

The main setting for the Edmonds Center for the Arts musical performers in the Frances Anderson Center’s outdoor amphitheater, which features the modern band shell that was installed in 2017. It...

 
 By Julaine Fleetwood    A&E    June 13, 2019

Gary Faigin is 2019 Edmonds Arts Festival poster artist

Renowned Seattle contemporary artist Gary Faigin was selected to design the 2019 Edmonds Arts Festival poster. The selected art is from his “Age of Steam” collection. Bold, thought-provoking...

 
 A&E    May 29, 2019

‘The Age of Steam’ at the Arts Festival Gallery in Edmonds

The steam engine is the classic symbol of the Industrial Revolution, the fearsome and immensely powerful agent of change that linked coasts, devastated forests and wildlife, and even standardized...

 
 By Jesse Blair    A&E    May 16, 2019

Edmonds Driftwood Players: 60 years of quality theater

Edmonds Driftwood Players is celebrating its 60th year as one of the state’s longest running theater companies. Earl and Nan Prebezac, along with a small group of local actors tired of commuting to... Full story

 
 By Makenna Dreher    A&E    May 10, 2019

‘Pretty in Pink’ at ECA: Prom night for all

Just in time for prom season, the Edmonds Center for the Arts Film Cabaret Series offering for Saturday, May 11, is the 1986 movie “Pretty in Pink.” “There will be a fun playlist of ’80s dance...

 
 By Cliff Ruthrauff    A&E    May 9, 2019

Ode to an Edmonds tavern | Guest View

A bunch of old farts were tipping their brew, at Edmonds’ Rory's Pub Out on the floor, and spreadin' the love, were the charmers serving the grub In back of the bar, and running the show,... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    May 8, 2019

Star power at ECA: Mavis Staples, Jake Shimabukuro among scheduled artists

Edmonds Center for the Arts this week announced its 13th season, and it may be the best ever. It’s certainly got its share of star power. The season opens in September and continues through May 2019... Full story

 
 By Bette G. Bell    A&E    May 3, 2019

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 days, recently. Is...

 
 A&E    May 1, 2019

Edmonds' Puget Sound Bird Fest announces 2 changes

Organizing are promising big changes for the “all-new” Puget Sound Bird Fest Sept. 13- 15 in Edmonds. The 15th annual event features three days of speakers, guided walks, field trips, boat tours, exhibits, and educational activities for children...

 
 A&E    May 1, 2019

Ashley Song named to Edmonds Arts Commission

Edmonds Arts Commission’s newest commissioner, Ashley Song, is an Edmonds resident and a King County Council legislative aide who says she has a passion for historic preservation, art history, graphic design and photography. Song said she is...

 

Dig into the past at Archaeology at Night in Edmonds

For the second year, the Edmonds Historical Museum will have its Archaeology at Night event. It’s 5-8 p.m. Friday, May 3. Local state, federal and professional archaeologists will be on hand to...

 
 By Jesse Blair    A&E    April 18, 2019

In Edmonds: They’re creepy and they’re kooky

Edmonds Driftwood Players’ new musical production of “The Addams Family – A New Musical” is a clever, fun, and humorous portrayal of a family known for its dark, antisocial, and odd... Full story

 

Cascade Symphony performs Sunday at United Methodist

Musicians of the Cascade Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Michael Miropolsky, will perform in a series of small instrumental ensembles beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 14, at Edmonds United Methodist Church, 828 Caspers St., in Edmonds. Ti...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    April 5, 2019

Artists take up the challenge to draw every day for a year

If you were out and about in downtown Edmonds on Saturday, you may have spotted the more than 30 artists sketching, their notepads open and hands busy. Some were beginners, some you could call...

 
 By Jesse Blair    A&E    April 4, 2019

‘Ripcord’: A good pace, funny and often moving

Phoenix Theatre’s presentation of “Ripcord” is a well-paced, funny, and at times very moving story about two elderly women who battle it out with each other to decide who will rule the living... Full story

 

Brazilian ‘Choro’ tradition arrives in Edmonds

Danilo Brito, regarded as one of Brazil's leading mandolinists and keepers of the “choro” tradition, performs in a quartet 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, at Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    April 1, 2019

The Heart will go on: Hall of Famer Roger Fisher performing in Edmonds

The open-E power chord, followed by F-sharp and G chords. Equally powerful, followed by some fancy harmonics. Guitar heroes know this as the opening riff to one of the most famous intros in rock...

 
 By Marni Muir    A&E    March 18, 2019

St. Patrick's Day spirit alive in Perrinville

On Sunday night, I experienced a most surprising evening at The Hook restaurant in Perrinville. Thinking I would only go for a little while in light of the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, I just... Full story

 

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