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Cascade Symphony opens season Oct. 21

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Michael Miropolsky, opens its 2019-2020 season – its 58th – 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, with its "Brahms' Passion" concert.. The concert, at...

 

Music at the Library kicks off with acoustic duo

Edmonds Library's annual Music at the Library season begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 with a performance by the Jim Basnight Acoustic Duo with Mikel Rollins. Here's the rest of the lineup for...

 

Ruffing it at Halloween Howl

Judging was ruff at the 15th annual Halloween Howl at Off Leash Area Edmonds, but all were winners. According to OLAE co-founder Diane Buckshnis, the event raised more than $1,200 for the...

 

Third season of Diversity Film Series begins this month

Patrick Doherty, Edmonds' economic development and community services director, says the third version of the Diversity Film Series is its most diverse yet. The series, sponsored by the City's...

 

Registration open for Fall Discovery Day Camps

Owls of Edmonds Non-School Day Camp 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18: For ages 6-12. Have fun with owls on your day off of school. Get to know owls by learning about their unique adaptations such as...

 

Edmonds celebrates National Arts and Humanities Month

A proclamation by Mayor Dave Earling at Edmonds City Council Oct. 1 recognized October as National Arts and Humanities month, which annually highlights the arts and humanities as vital to the...

 

Canadian indigenous tenor performing in Edmonds Oct. 26

Jeremy Dutcher, a Canadian indigenous tenor, composer, and activist, performs 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at Edmonds Center for the Arts. A classically trained tenor and ethnomusicologist and inner...

 

Coast Salish artist featured in the Frances Anderson Center

Exhibits of Coast Salish artwork by Ty Juvinel are featured in the Edmonds Arts Commission Display Case and in the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Gallery at the Frances Anderson Center through Oct....

 

Cascade Symphony names Rose Gear executive director

Rose Gear, a music and arts administrator, business professional and musician, has been appointed full-time executive director of Cascade Symphony Orchestra by the organization's board of directors. G...

 

Film Cabaret; Write on the Sound; scarecrows | A&E Briefs

'Casablanca' first up in Film Cabaret Series Edmonds Center for the Arts' annual Film Cabaret Series kicks off Oct. 10 with "Casablanca," the 1942 movies starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman....

 
 By Tina Novak    A & E    October 3, 2019

Phoenix Theatre opens with farcical 'Ladies Man' | Theater Reviewer

The Phoenix Theatre begins its 12th season with "Ladies Man," by Charles Morey. And as the curtain goes up, so does the laughter, brought on from the beginning of this classic French farce. One never...

 

Cascade Symphony Orchestra seeks 'Rising Star'

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra is encouraging talented young musicians to enter its "Rising Star" competition for the upcoming 2019-2020 season. The winning musician, to be selected by Cascade...

 

Audubon program Oct. 11 focuses on Edmonds Marsh

Pilchuck Audubon Society will have a special program focused on the Edmonds Marsh for its monthly meeting 6:30 p.m. Oct. 11 at Everett Firefighter's Hall, 2411 Hewitt Ave., Everett. Featured as the...

 

Oktoberfest in Edmonds

Attendance at the Edmonds Rotary's first Oktoberfest was light during the day on Sept. 20-21, but picked up at nighttime with live music and beer lovers visiting the beer booths. The service...

 

'The Fiddler'-inspired works at Edmonds Center for the Arts

Violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, the "Fiddler on the Roof" violin soloist for the Tony- and Grammy-nominated revival on Broadway, created the first full album of newly commissioned and original "Fiddler...

 

Fall fashion for 2019 | Off the Cuff

Q. What goes up and down, in and out and big and small? A. Fashion trends. Any time we embark on a new season, in this case as summer bows to autumn, fresh trends in fashion unfold, sometimes more...

 

Edmonds artists open their studio to visitors

The 14th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour Sept. 21-22 drew thousands to 19 studios featuring 35 artists. Visitors at the free self-guided event, sponsored in part by the Edmonds Arts Festival, had the...

 

Local documentary receives global attention

"We're just a big, fat, really weird family," Brandon Tiehen, 19, said of his theater class at Edmonds-Woodway High School. And that's part of the reason why he set out to create a short documentary,...

 
 By Tina Novak    A & E    September 19, 2019

Driftwood opens season with 'Gentleman's Guide' | Theater Review

The Driftwood Players’ “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” a must-see performance in Edmonds, won a Tony for best musical in 2014. Driftwood’s version is a stellar beginning to its new season. It is a mix of mystery, whimsical romance...

 

Getting ready for the Scarecrow Festival yet?

Feel the change in the weather? It's scary time. And, just in time for Halloween – here before you know it – the Edmonds Historical Museum is sponsoring the seventh annual Edmonds Scarecrow...

 

Dogs at Yost Pool: Your questions answered

OK, so the City of Edmonds Parks and Recreation department is sponsoring the inaugural will Paws in the Pool at Yost Pool Sept. 21. Isn’t that unsanitary? Will the pool be cleaned afterward? How long will it take before swimmers allowed back in? Th...

 

A love of shorebird photography leads to keynote appearance

Award-winning nature photographer Tim Boyer is the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Puget Sound Bird Fest 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13. He will focus on the epic migrations of shorebirds. He'll...

 

Classic Car Show soldiers on despite weather

The 19th annual Edmonds Classic Car & Motorcyle Show in downtown Edmonds drew locals and visitors to downtown Edmonds Sunday, Sept. 8, despite the threat thunder and lightning (they didn't...

 

Grandson and grandmother reconnect for Edmonds dual art exhibit

While living in Idaho, I always enjoyed walks with my young grandsons in the University of Idaho Arboretum. I often loaned Avery Caudill, my oldest grandson, my Nikon DSLR camera. At 12, he used that...

 
 By Tina Novak    A & E    September 12, 2019

Tricks, pranks, and laughter at Phoenix Theatre | Theater Review

What do you get when you mix mayhem, six spectacular playwrights and directors, and 21 amazingly talented actors? A fabulous opening of six original, 10-minute plays, all under the title of “Bad Dog,” at the Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds for its...

 

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