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Spray Park open; Community Fair; author event | A&E Briefs

Hazel Miller Spray Park is open In a sure sign of post-Memorial Day bliss for kids and their parents, the City of Edmonds has opened the Hazel Miller Spray Park for the season.... — Updated 6/1/2023

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Announcing a painting contest celebrating the Edmonds Marsh

The Edmonds Marsh Estuary Advocates (EMEA) has put out a call for artists to paint the Edmonds Marsh. “The group is excited about the possibility of returning the Edmonds Marsh to a true estuary open to Puget Sound, with the... — Updated 6/1/2023


Student poster art winner earns $100

Marley Taylor, a second grader from Martha Lake Elementary School, is the winner of the 2023 Edmonds Arts Festival Student Art Exhibit Poster contest. Her poster is titled "The... — Updated 5/25/2023


Museum, Edmonds Theater get funding for traveling exhibit

The Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission recently awarded $100,000 in grant funding to nine local cultural heritage preservation projects. Among those: • The Edmonds... — Updated 5/25/2023

 By Debbie Stone    A & E

Lodge at Saint Edward State Park a tranquil PNW retreat

If you're dreaming of a Pacific Northwest escape, put The Lodge at Saint Edward State Park on your list. Situated in Kenmore, on the banks of Lake Washington and minutes from Seattl... — Updated 5/19/2023


Edmonds Jazz Connection returns for 2023

The Edmonds Jazz Connection returns Saturday, May 20. In addition to raising funds to support music education in Edmonds schools, the festival brings in 3,000-plus attendees each... — Updated 5/19/2023

 By Brian Soergel    A & E

How do we perceive and understand disability?

\Stephanie Kerschbaum, an associate professor in the English department at the University of Washington, will discuss her latest book, "Signs of Disability" (December 2022 , NYU Pre... — Updated 5/18/2023


Grammy nominee performs; Picnic Point cleanup | A&E Briefs

Grammy nominee at Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation Melanie DeMore, a three-time Grammy-nominated singer and composer, choral conductor, music director, and vocal... — Updated 5/15/2023


Ribbon-cutting at 2023 Summer Market

Mayor Mike Nelson cuts the ceremonial ribbon marking the beginning of the 30th Summer Market May 6. From left are Councilmember Dave Teitzel, Edmonds-South Snohomish County... — Updated 5/13/2023


Church has installation for murdered indigenous women and girls

For the second year, Edmonds Lutheran Church will host an art installation honoring missing and murdered indigenous people. During the week of May 4-12, the church will display a... — Updated 5/11/2023


Peace Run to pass through Edmonds

The Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run, history's largest peace torch relay, will be in Edmonds Monday, May 8. The run also came to Edmonds last year. Runners can meet a 3:30 p.m.... — Updated 5/11/2023


Ballyhoo Theatre, Cascade Symphony among those with grants

Several local arts organizations are among the 21 collectively awarded $5000,000 in arts and culture recovery grants by Snohomish County The grants fund organizations so they can continue activities that support public benefit and... — Updated 5/11/2023


Remembering Mom, and her cooking | Chef Dez

Mother's Day is approaching, and it is not only a day to show respect to your mom, grandmother, and/or wife, but also to remember and reminisce. A couple of months ago my mom... — Updated 5/11/2023


Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum reopens Memorial Day weekend

The Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum will be reopening May 27, three years after shutting down due to the pandemic. "Our team has been working tirelessly to prepare for... — Updated 5/6/2023


Edmonds Earth Fair debuts at Anderson Center

The City of Edmonds' 2023 Earth Day event on April 29 focused on sharing with the community ways ity can help reduce the effects of climate change. It was the first in the planned... — Updated 5/6/2023


'Sleeping Beauty'; Kids Plant; sketch artist | A&E Briefs

Olympic Ballet Theatre presents 'The Sleeping Beauty' Olympic Ballet Theatre returns to the Edmonds Center for the Arts with a production of "The Sleeping Beauty." The show,... — Updated 5/4/2023

 By Chuck Wright    A & E

Tulip tour: Surrounded by potpourri of colors, smells

After a 45-minute road trip to a 54-degree, bright sunny, fluffy white-cloud Wednesday morning, we guests were greeted by those bright rainbows of Skagit Valley's Banja Lukas, Ad... — Updated 4/27/2023

 By Debbie Stone    A & E

The many charms of Oregon's McMinnville | Wanderlust

Nestled in the heart of Oregon's wine country, just 40 miles from Portland, is the city of McMinnville. Though small, with a population of 33,000, the town is big on all things... — Updated 4/26/2023


Beclynn to release debut CD at Boathouse Taproom

Singer-songwriter Beclynn will release her debut CD, "Juniper," at a live show 7-9 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at Salish Sea Brewing Co. Boathouse Taproom. The CD release party will... — Updated 4/20/2023


Parade, Beat Brackett registration now open

Since 1907, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has produced the July 4th parade and each year, rain or shine, thousands of residents and visitors of all ages and walks of life line... — Updated 4/20/2023


Edmonds summer concert lineup announced

The Edmonds Arts Commission has announced the lineups for its free summer concerts at City Park, Hickman Park, and Hazel Miller Plaza. The concerts feature a variety of musical... — Updated 4/20/2023


Bookstore day; art show | A&E Briefs

Edmonds Bookshop marking Independent Bookstore Day Edmonds Bookshop will join other independent bookstores in the Seattle area and around the country to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Independent Bookstore Day Saturday, April 29... — Updated 4/20/2023

 By Dave Ellingson    A & E

My Mekong River paddle adventure

As an expedition paddler who has kayaked the Mississippi River, Erie Canal, and Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the fjords of Norway, detailed planning is essential.... — Updated 4/13/2023


Orchestra sets 62nd season; 2 shows with Rick Steves

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will open its 2023-24 season at the Edmonds Center for the Arts Monday, Oct. 23, when it hosts its "Opening Night and a Bit of Halloween"... — Updated 4/13/2023


Cascadia presents overview of women printmakers

Cascadia Art Museum's latest exhibit, "First Impressions: Women Printmakers of Washington," opens April 6 and continues through July 16. The exhibit is the first overview of women... — Updated 4/10/2023


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