A Proper Place
Apr
28
May 21

A Proper Place

  • Everett Performing Arts Center

Downton Abbey meets Gilligan’s Island in this hysterical new musical based on J.M. Barrie’s play, The Admirable Crichton. It’s 1902, and Lord Loam’s family outing has gone horribly awry, landing the family on a deserted island. Stranded alone, their trusty system of societal hierarchy begins to slip away as their only hope for survival turns out to be allowing the lowly butler to take the lead. With a score of lively and tuneful music, this romantic comedy will sweep you away in an adventure of family drama and forbidden love.

Showing April 28th - May 21st

Tickets and more info here.

Night Sky Viewing
Apr
29
6:00 pm18:00

Night Sky Viewing

  • Harborview Park

See the moon, planets and other outer-space objects through powerful eyes. Everett Astronomical Society members invite everyone ages 5 and older to be amazed by what’s visible through their many types of telescopes ranging from 3 to 16 inches in diameter.

Ask on-site experts for advice on telescope shopping, using your home telescope or binoculars, understanding star charts, or locating objects in the night sky. Dress warmly as evenings on the bluff often get cool.

More info here.

Everett Philharmonic - Listener's Choice Concert
Apr
30
3:00 pm15:00

Everett Philharmonic - Listener's Choice Concert

  • Everett Civic Auditorium

The Listener's Choice concert, under the baton of Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs, includes Russian Easter Overture by Rimsky-Korsakov, Brahms' Violin Concerto in D Major featuring Maria Sampen, violin, and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

There will be a stage side chat at 2 p.m.

Tickets:  $25/adults; $20/ seniors (62+)/active military; $10/ youth and students w/ID; children 12 & under are free when accompanied by an adult.

For ticket purchasing and more information, visit their website here.

A Night at the Theater
Apr
30
5:30 pm17:30

A Night at the Theater

  • Our Saviors Lutheran Church

Come experience this delightful program of music from both stage and screen favorites. A singer-served spaghetti dinner will accompany the show. Dessert Dash to be held at Intermission. Bid on silent auction items and purchase tickets for the 50/50 raffle. All proceeds benefit SCYC operating fund and tuition assistance program.

Doors open at 5:30 PM.

The Snohomish County Youth Chorus Program serves children age 5 through age 20 (college students.) We are dedicated to the artistic development of all students.

More info here.

Robert Lashley is on Tour!
May
1
7:00 pm19:00

Robert Lashley is on Tour!

  • Black Lab Gallery

Robert Lashley is currently on tour with his full length book, "Up South." As a pillar of the Washington poetry community, his unique combination of storytelling and animated verse are a can't miss event! 

A 2016 Jack Straw Fellow, Artist Trust Fellow, and nominee for a Stranger Genius Award, Robert Lashley has had poems published in such journals as Feminete, Seattle Review Of Books, NAILED, Drunk In a Midnight Choir, and The Cascadia Review . His work was also featured in Many Trails To The Summit, an anthology of Northwest form and Lyric poetry. He is curently touring with his full-length book, "Up South." 

$3 is the suggested donation, with 100% of the proceeds going directly to the featured performer. Open mic opportunities are available. This is a free, all ages event, but some content may contain adult language or themes.

RSVP here.

Cocktail Tuesday
May
2
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

SPRING FORWARD

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening
May
2
6:00 pm18:00

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening

  • Legion Hall

Would you love to see more songbirds, butterflies, and hummingbirds in your yard? Learn how to attract pollinators to help boost your harvests and support dwindling bee species.

Discover how to use urban wildlife for pest control. Join us for an engaging evening with Snohomish Conservation District staff and WSU Master Gardeners as we talk about how to create more habitat- right in your backyard.

More info here.

Free First Thursdays at Flying Heritage Collection
May
4
10:00 am10:00

Free First Thursdays at Flying Heritage Collection

  • Flying Heritage Collection

There’s always something going on at the Flying Heritage Collection (FHC)! During the summer months, watch the collection come to life as our warbirds take to the skies and the tanks cruise the grounds.

If you’ve been looking for an affordable opportunity to bring the entire family to visit museums in your area, don’t miss a chance to visit us here at FHC for FREE!

Create @ the Library: Arts and Crafts for Adults
May
4
2:00 pm14:00

Create @ the Library: Arts and Crafts for Adults

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

April Create @ the Library: Kaleidoscopic Window Art

Working as a group, we will use colorful tissue and handmade papers to create a beautiful window display for the library!

Space limited; registration is required and begins January 5th. Call 425-257-8250 with questions and to join in the fun. Sign ups begin on April 6, 2017.

All supplies provided free of charge. Ages 12 and older may accompany a participating adult.

This program is funded by the Friends of the Everett Public Library.

 Rain Garden Tour
May
4
5:30 pm17:30

Rain Garden Tour

  • Washington Oakes

Join us for a walking tour in north Everett to see local neighborhood rain gardens, while learning about the City of Everett rain garden rebate program.

This tour will provide examples of how rain gardens help homeowners manage drainage issues while providing a beautiful, low maintenance alternative to grass. To learn more about the rain garden rebate process, program, timeline, and how to qualify, go to: www.everettwa.gov/raingardens

More info here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
May
4
6:00 pm18:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

2017 Plant Sale
May
6
9:00 am09:00

2017 Plant Sale

  • McCollum Park

The primary fund raiser for the Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation is our annual
plant sale.

Each year, our plant sale features an extensive selection of perennials, shrubs, trees, berries, and grasses. In addition, our sale is famous for an amazing selection of tomato varieties - old favorites, new varieties, heritage plants and more. This year, we will have 8,000 tomato, herb and vegetable starts to help you get a jump on your kitchen garden, including basil, cucumbers, squash, peppers and lettuce.

More info here.

Free Comic Book Day
May
6
10:00 am10:00

Free Comic Book Day

  • Everett Public Library, Main

The public is invited to stop at either Everett Public Library location for a free comic book courtesy of local comic book store Everett Comics!
 
Free Comic Book Day is national event coordinated by Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. where local comic bookstores across the country give out one free comic book per person. This year the Everett Public Library joins the fun with help from Everett Comics.
 
Participants in Free Comic Book Day should be sure to check out the library’s collection of graphic novels; we have something for everyone.

This event is taking place all day and does not have specific hours.

Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show
May
6
10:00 am10:00

Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

  • Everett Community College Walt Price Student Fitness Center

The 64th Annual Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access!

Saturday, May 6th 10am-6pm
Sunday, May 7th 10am-5pm

  • Crystals & Geodes
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Kids Activities
  • Club Sales Table
  • Special Exhibits
  • Books & Maps Demonstrations
  • Silent Auction
  • Raffle Drawing
  • Local Dealers
  • Hourly Door Prizes
  • Snack Bar

More info here.

Free Comic Book Day
May
6
10:00 am10:00

Free Comic Book Day

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

The public is invited to stop at either Everett Public Library location for a free comic book courtesy of local comic book store Everett Comics!
 
Free Comic Book Day is national event coordinated by Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. where local comic bookstores across the country give out one free comic book per person. This year the Everett Public Library joins the fun with help from Everett Comics.
 
Participants in Free Comic Book Day should be sure to check out the library’s collection of graphic novels; we have something for everyone.

This event is taking place all day and does not have specific hours.

Yogamosa
May
6
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

Does your yoga studio reward you with a cocktail after class? Ours does. 

Local instructor, Carly Hayden has created a custom routine designed for fun and flexibility intended for all levels of yogis! Classes take place in our destination distillery, where you are surrounded by waterfront views and our beautiful hand-hammer copper kettles. After the session, we'll be raising a glass to a class well done. 
Namaste. Slainte!

Class starts promptly at 10am, please arrive before 10am to get settled in. Drop-ins based on availability, not guaranteed.

$25 per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a light brunch)

Register here.

Shoe Box Zoo
May
6
11:00 am11:00

Shoe Box Zoo

  • Imagine Children's Museum

Meet some buggy friends:

  • Australian and Indian Walking Sticks
  • Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches
  • Giant African Millipedes
  • Chinese Fire Bellied Newts
  • Chinchillas, Garden Snails, Butterflies
  • and MANY MORE!

More info here.

Peter F. MacDoran - The Old Men Will Die First
May
6
3:00 pm15:00

Peter F. MacDoran - The Old Men Will Die First

  • Cafe Zippy

A true story of Cold War Espionage!

Former NASA physicist and engineer Peter F. MacDoran will talk about the true-life story of espionage depicted in his book, "The Old Men Will Die First".

During a 1973 astronautical congress in the Soviet Union, MacDoran was recruitedto carry to the U.S. secret documents exposing false intelligence reports that might ignite World War III.

RSVP here.

Pearl Django
May
6
7:00 pm19:00

Pearl Django

  • Northwest Music Hall

With a performance history spanning more than two decades, Pearl Django endures as one of the most highly regarded Hot Club style groups working today. Although the bands roots are firmly in the music made famous by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, its extensive repertoire includes traditional jazz classics and original compositions. Pearl Django has performed at festivals, dances and nightspots throughout the U.S. and abroad.

They have played at the prestigious Festival Django Reinhardt in Samois sur Seine and have been featured on NPRs All Things Considered. The bands signature style is marked by pristine and dexterous string work, colors of Bal Musette, the steady pulse of rhythm guitar and an unmistakable swing that delights audiences of all musical sensibilities. Throughout the years, Pearl Django has cultivated a devoted and enthusiastic following and they continue to play to packed houses wherever they perform.

Tickets here.

"Celebrate Life" Benefit Dance Concert
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

"Celebrate Life" Benefit Dance Concert

  • PUD Auditorium

Reflections School of Dance and its non-profit extension Youth Unlimited will be presenting their 11th charity benefit on Saturday, May 6th, "Celebrate Life" Dance Performance & Silent Auction Fundraiser.

This year’s event will benefit the dancers’ scholarship program and MArked By Heaven - an organization empowering orphaned children in Latin America.

$15 Tickets in Advance
$20 Tickets at the Door - Cash, Check & Credit Card.
6:30 PM Silent Auction Begins

More info here.

Everett - Snohomish Women’s Run
May
7
8:00 am08:00

Everett - Snohomish Women’s Run

  • Rotary Park

Come run along the Snohomish River on Mother's Day! The Snohomish Women's Run offers races for the whole family - even dad and kids can run in a race.

The race starts and finishes at Rotary Park in Everett. A Men's Division has been added with $20 out of each Men's Registration donated to Girls On the Run Snohomish County. In addition to the women and men divisions, there is a Girl's Run for girls of elementary school age. The Girl's Run course is approximately 1K. This race will be held 20 minutes before the Snohomish Women's Run Half Marathon start.  

A portion of the proceeds of the registration fee will go directly to Girls on the Run. Girls on the Run of Snohomish County is an organization aimed at teaching confidence and a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness.

More info here.

Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show
May
7
10:00 am10:00

Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

  • Everett Community College, Walt Price Student Fitness Center

The 64th Annual Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access!

Saturday, May 6th 10am-6pm
Sunday, May 7th 10am-5pm

  • Crystals & Geodes
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Kids Activities
  • Club Sales Table
  • Special Exhibits
  • Books & Maps Demonstrations
  • Silent Auction
  • Raffle Drawing
  • Local Dealers
  • Hourly Door Prizes
  • Snack Bar

More info here.

Autopsies: Forensic Pathology & the Real World of CSI
May
7
2:00 pm14:00

Autopsies: Forensic Pathology & the Real World of CSI

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Forensic pathologist Dr. Carl Wigren returns to Everett Public Library, to take us deeply into the world of autopsies and crime scenes, and demonstrate how the examination of corpses unravels the mysteries of death. Dr. Wigren will stage a mock crime scene and mock autopsy with audience participation.

Brian McCracken Comes to Black Lab
May
8
7:00 pm19:00

Brian McCracken Comes to Black Lab

  • Black Lab Gallery

Brian McCracken is coming all the way from Olympia to perform for us at Poetry Lab.

You can check out some of his work on YouTube: 

"Origin Story" & "Ripple"

$3 suggested donation. 100% of the proceeds will be giong to the featured artist. This is an all ages event, but some language and content may contain adult themes.

More info here.

Finding Real Facts in an Era of Fake News
May
9
10:00 am10:00

Finding Real Facts in an Era of Fake News

  • Everett Community College, Henry M. Jackson Center’s Wilderness Room

Four Everett Community College faculty members and the editor of EvCC’s student newspaper will lead a discussion about fake news, bias, filter bubbles and finding real information at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. May 9 at EvCC’s Henry M. Jackson Center’s Wilderness Room.

“The ability to navigate news and discern among sources has never been more important,” said EvCC Arts and Learning Resources Dean Jeanne Leader.

The conversation is free and open to the public.

The panel will also talk about the relationship between media, technology and national security. 

Panel participants include: Clipper editor Abby Tutor, faculty members T. Andrew Wahl (Journalism & Media Communication), Dennis Skarr (Computer Information Systems), Andrea Wells-Edwards (English) and Teresa Jones (EvCC library). The panel will be moderated by Zaki Hamid, who teaches Media Communication and Film.

Finding Real Facts in an Era of Fake News
May
9
6:00 pm18:00

Finding Real Facts in an Era of Fake News

  • Everett Community College, Henry M. Jackson Center Wilderness Room

Four Everett Community College faculty members and the editor of EvCC’s student newspaper will lead a discussion about fake news, bias, filter bubbles and finding real information at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. May 9 at EvCC’s Henry M. Jackson Center’s Wilderness Room.

“The ability to navigate news and discern among sources has never been more important,” said EvCC Arts and Learning Resources Dean Jeanne Leader.

The conversation is free and open to the public.

The panel will also talk about the relationship between media, technology and national security. 

Panel participants include: Clipper editor Abby Tutor, faculty members T. Andrew Wahl (Journalism & Media Communication), Dennis Skarr (Computer Information Systems), Andrea Wells-Edwards (English) and Teresa Jones (EvCC library). The panel will be moderated by Zaki Hamid, who teaches Media Communication and Film.

Make a Rain Barrel Workshop
May
9
7:00 pm19:00

Make a Rain Barrel Workshop

  • Public Works

Attend a “Make it, Take it” workshop and build your own rain barrel. Public Works will supply the barrels, parts and tools. You build your functional rain barrel at the workshop. The $40 fee covers the price of the 55-gallon barrel and parts. You must pre-register for the workshop. Call 425-257-8992 to sign up today. Space is limited.

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #3
May
10
12:20 pm12:20

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #3

  • Everett Community College, Jackson Center Wilderness Room

The Humanities Alliance invites you to join the Humanities 150D Class (Surviving the Holocaust) for the 2017 Holocaust Survivor Forums.

A special thanks goes to the Holocaust Center for Humanity for providing the speakers and to the Global Education Initiative for sponsoring this series. Presentations, which are free and open to the campus and the community, will be held in the Jackson Center Wilderness Room.

No reservations required. Today's speaker: Robert H.

More info here.

Engage Everett
May
10
4:30 pm16:30

Engage Everett

  • WoodSpring Suites

Don't miss Engage Everett's May event!

Engage Everett is a monthly event in Everett, offering a chance to network with fellow professionals and creatives with an update on important community projects in Everett. 

This event will be hosted at the brand new WoodSpring Suites, where they're celebrating their new hotel and offering hosted food AND beverages!

The event is free and open to the public 21+.

RSVP here.

May
11
10:00 am10:00

Flying Heritage Museum's Winter Series

  • Paine Field

What’s buzzin, cousin? Come on down to the Flying Heritage Collection and hear the straight scoop from the folks in the know. Learn about the history of the gadgets that’s helpin’ our boys over there. Listen to the eggheads and then ask’em questions. It’ll be a real gas. And if you sign up early it won’t cost you a ton of lettuce. 

Purchase tickets through the FHC Gift Shop onsite or over the phone at (877) 342-3404

Schack Art Center Teen Night
May
11
6:00 pm18:00

Schack Art Center Teen Night

  • The Schack Art Center

These FREE, after hours events are just for teens. Each event includes up to four different hands-on art project stations where teens get to meet and work with local artists, as well as enjoy refreshments and glassblowing demonstrations.

More info here.

Girls Night Out - Mother's Day Edition
May
12
7:00 pm19:00

Girls Night Out - Mother's Day Edition

  • Xfinity Arena

Shop the night away with mom & the girls! Enjoy a FULL BAR, delicious food, shopping from nearly 100 of your favorite vendors, Live Music, and more - it's the perfect GIRLS NIGHT OUT!

Purchase your VIP tickets online in advance and get in at 6:00 instead of 7:00!

Tickets here.

MercyMe with Special Guests Hawk Nelson and Micah Tyler
May
12
7:30 pm19:30

MercyMe with Special Guests Hawk Nelson and Micah Tyler

  • Xfinity Arena

MercyMe is an American contemporary Christian music band founded in Greenville, Texas. The band consists of vocalist Bart Millard, keyboardist James Bryson, percussionist Robby Shaffer, bassist Nathan Cochran and guitarists Michael Scheuchzer and Barry Graul.

With special guests Hawk Nelson (Canadian Christian rock band from Peterborough, Ontario) and Micah Tyler (the latest pop artist to sign a national record deal and release his debut EP, Different).

Tickets start at $18. More info here.

Everett Makers May Mom's Day Market @ Anchor Pub
May
13
12:00 pm12:00

Everett Makers May Mom's Day Market @ Anchor Pub

  • Anchor Pub

May is all about the mommas and all the special ladies you love and want to celebrate this month. We've decided to spend the day showing all the motherly love! We are going to have a super cute FREE PHOTO BOOTH with a sweet back drop so you can snap a pic to celebrate spring and the ladies in your life!

Grab a tasty drink and shop with us for the afternoon. Order up a bite from the kitchen because moms don't need to cook on their special day!

We will be back at the Anchor Pub for this sweet event! Looking forward to seeing you there!

More info here.

Exhibit Lecture Alfredo Arreguin & Dr. Lauro H. Flores
May
13
1:00 pm13:00

Exhibit Lecture Alfredo Arreguin & Dr. Lauro H. Flores

  • The Schack Art Center

Join artist, Alfredo Arreguin, and guest curator, Dr. Lauro H. Flores, for a exhibit lecture on in studios 1 & 2.

Alfredo Arreguin's lecture, "Two Centuries, Two Cultures", is a complement to his solo retrospective exhibit, "Over the Rainbow" in the Schack mezzanine gallery from April 27 - June 3, 2017.

The focus of Dr. Flores' lecture will be Mexican and Chicana/o Artists in the Pacific NW, which is also the theme for "Convergence", the exhibit he guest curated in the Schack's main gallery from April 27 - June 3, 2017.

More info here.

Try Hockey for Free
May
13
2:15 pm14:15

Try Hockey for Free

  • Xfinity Arena

Try Hockey For Free (THFF) is an introductory program to our great sport. If you decide your player loves it and wants to do more, there will be information at the event to explain how to get into our low cost program.

How much does it Cost?
Zero!
 
I don't have Hockey Gear!
Gear provided at no charge by the Everett Youth Hockey Booster Club.
Please Arrive 60-90 minutes early.

More info here.

Camp Justice 2017
May
13
5:00 pm17:00

Camp Justice 2017

  • Forest Park, Floral Hall

Camp Justice 2017 is a dinner benefit supporting the Snohomish County Legal Services.

The night will include camp activities, live music, and live/silent auctions.

Tickets are $50 per person, and can be bought here.

Junie B Jones, Essential Survival Guide
May
14
2:00 pm14:00

Junie B Jones, Essential Survival Guide

  • The Civic Auditorium at Everett High School

Now that JUNIE B. JONES has been going to school for over one-and-a-half years, who better to write the book on EVERYTHING you need to know? From bus rules to band-aids, carpools to cookies, Junie B. and friends deliver the definitive word on surviving and thriving in style in an all-new musical adventure. With a jillion tips, tricks and trip-ups, Junie B. shares her hard-won expertise and shows us all how school is sometimes scary, sometimes super-fun, and ALWAYS something to sing about!

More info here.

YWCA Snohomish County Luncheon: Women & Girls Rising
May
16
11:00 am11:00

YWCA Snohomish County Luncheon: Women & Girls Rising

  • Edward D. Hansen Conference Center

Join YWCA for the Snohomish County Luncheon, featuring keynote speaker Terry McMillan (author of New York Times bestsellers How Stella Got Her Groove Back and Waiting to Exhale), as well as stories of survival, solidarity, and community from women served by YWCA.

11:00 a.m. - Check-in begins
11:30 a.m. - Ballroom doors open
12:00 p.m. - Luncheon begins

Event proceeds will benefit YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish, which has spent over 120 years advancing the quality of life for women of all ages, races, and faiths. Last year, our guests raised over $1.2 million to fund YWCA programs. YWCA helps more than 15,000 individuals and families a year discover their potential and take control of their future, creating a stronger community where everyone can live with dignity and respect.

More info here.

Humanities Alliance: Japanese-Americans in Washington
May
16
12:00 pm12:00

Humanities Alliance: Japanese-Americans in Washington

  • Everett Community College

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, welcomes Humanities Washington speaker Mayumi Tsutakawa, who will share her family’s history over the last 100 years, including their experience during the Japanese incarceration during WW II. This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

Location: JKC 101

More info here.

Lawyer in the Library - Free Legal Consults
May
17
2:00 pm14:00

Lawyer in the Library - Free Legal Consults

  • Everett Public Library, Main

No appointment is necessary to speak with an attorney about Medicare/Medicaid/medical debt, disposition of remains, foreclosure, debt/bankruptcy, driver’s license reinstatement, family law, housing issues, or scams. Legal aid is provided by Snohomish County Legal Services and the Northwest Justice Project.

General Immigration 101
May
18
8:30 am08:30

General Immigration 101

  • Snohomish Health District Auditorium

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project presents General Immigration 101.

Learn the basic rights of immigrants (documented and undocumented), basic forms of relief and available resources. Discussion will include the immigration system and immigration enforcement.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.

Carpooling recommended as parking is limited.

More info here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
May
18
6:00 pm18:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"
May
19
10:30 am10:30

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live “Elmo Makes Music.” Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing. Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue and discover instruments they never knew existed…rubber duckies, trash can lids and even cookie jars.

Full details here.

Twisted Flicks and Jet City Improv present: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
May
19
7:30 pm19:30

Twisted Flicks and Jet City Improv present: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

  • The Historic Everett Theatre

Twisted Flicks is a movie experience like none other! Seattle’s only live movie re-dubbing show (now in its 17th year) merges improv and great old “B” movies for a unique and hilarious comedy experience. Here’s how it works: a cheesy “B” movie is shown on our full-size movie screen, but with its original soundtrack removed. From there, our improvisers create all new dialogue, sound effects, and music – all live, all based on audience suggestions!

Tickets here.

22nd Annual Paine Field Aviation Day
May
20
10:00 am10:00

22nd Annual Paine Field Aviation Day

  • Snohomish County Paine Field Airport : KPAE

Join us to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Doolittle Tokyo Raid!

Save both time and money, purchase your discounted tickets today. (Admission at the door: $15 for ages 10 and up, $35 per family.)

Come and see the latest in general aviation airplanes owned and operated by local private pilots. 

  • Free parking and shuttles.
  • Aviation Day 5K/10K @West Gate   http://aviationday5k.com/
  • Pancake breakfast
  • Young Eagles introductory flights for kids ages 8-17 (*seats are limited.) Registrations @ East Gate
  • Stroll among vintage aircraft
  • Educational and hands-on displays
  • Enjoy free kids activities
  •  All this and more!

More info here.

 Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"
May
20
10:30 am10:30

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live “Elmo Makes Music.” Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing. Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue and discover instruments they never knew existed…rubber duckies, trash can lids and even cookie jars.

Full details here.

Evergreen Arboretum: Great Plant Picks
May
20
12:00 pm12:00

Evergreen Arboretum: Great Plant Picks

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Tour the Master Gardener bed that showcases Great Plant Picks (GPP). Learn about this educational program from the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden of Seattle. This program started in 2001 recommends outstanding plants for the maritime Pacific Northwest. 

Join us to learn about the comprehensive palette of outstanding plants that have been chosen for the Master Gardener Bed at the Arboretum. RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE.

Instructor:  Dode Carlson, Master Gardener

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Sip, Style & Profile - An Event for Single Ladies
May
20
1:00 pm13:00

Sip, Style & Profile - An Event for Single Ladies

  • Bayside Bed & Breakfast

Don’t let the love of your life pass you over just because you don’t have a great online dating profile pic. This 1-hour experience is designed to get you noticed. Join us at the luxurious Bayside Bed & Breakfast in historic Everett for champagne and hors d'oeuvres, makeup touch up, styling by Lori Goddard-Weed of Image Is It, jewelry options, and a high-end profile pic by Tina Tang of Parris Blue Productions.

More info here.

 Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"
May
20
2:00 pm14:00

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live “Elmo Makes Music.” Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing. Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue and discover instruments they never knew existed…rubber duckies, trash can lids and even cookie jars.

Full details here.

The Golden Paw Gala
May
20
5:00 pm17:00

The Golden Paw Gala

  • Everett Golf and Country Club

The Golden Paw Gala is an annual fundraising event hosted by the Animal Rescue Foundation of Everett.

ARF provides assistance directly to the animals who most need it by funding medical expenses that fall outside the Everett Animal Shelter’s budget. If you would like to learn more about all the ways ARF helps the animals in our care please visit our website here.

 Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"
May
20
5:30 pm17:30

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live “Elmo Makes Music.” Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing. Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue and discover instruments they never knew existed…rubber duckies, trash can lids and even cookie jars.

Full details here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
May
21
10:00 am10:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

Shankar Mahadevan Live in Concert
May
21
5:00 pm17:00

Shankar Mahadevan Live in Concert

  • Xfinity Arena

Shankar Mahadevan is a Indian and a multiple National Film Award winning music composer and singer. An accomplished musician in Tamil cinema, he is a part of the Shankar Ehsaan Loy trio team that provides music to Bollywood and other International films. Though having earlier worked with the Oracle Corporation, Shankar's interest in music made him venture into the field of music.

More info here.

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake
May
21
8:30 pm20:30

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake

  • Emory's on Silverlake

Everett Comedy Night is the only premier standup comedy show in Everett. Hosted by Cory Michaelis, this show is an hour and a half of laughs at Emory's on Silver Lake. Everett Comedy Night features the best local comedians as well as touring comedians you've seen on Comedy Central, late night talk shows, and more. Don't miss your chance to see great comedy in Everett every second Sunday.

The show is technically all ages but we recommend 18 and over as sometimes the comedy isn't suitable for minors. As always, 21+ only in the bar portion of the comedy room. 

To increase the likelihood that your seating will be with your party and in the area you prefer, please call Emory's at 425.337.7772 to make reservations.

Tickets can be bought here.

Anchor Painting at Emory's
May
22
6:30 pm18:30

Anchor Painting at Emory's

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

This painting can be done SOLO or as a DUO! Lots of fun and we will have a stencil for you to use no matter what you decide. Come on out and enjoy Emory's delicious food, great atmosphere, awesome service and fun with your friends!

RSVP here.

Spring Career Fair
May
24
10:00 am10:00

Spring Career Fair

  • Everett Community College

Over 100 employers with part-time, full-time, and internship positions will be attending. Bring your resume and be dressed to impressed.

Location: Walt Price Student Fitness Center

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #4
May
24
12:20 pm12:20

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #4

  • Everett Community College, Jackson Center Wilderness Room

The Humanities Alliance invites you to join the Humanities 150D Class (Surviving the Holocaust) for the 2017 Holocaust Survivor Forums.

A special thanks goes to the Holocaust Center for Humanity for providing the speakers and to the Global Education Initiative for sponsoring this series. Presentations, which are free and open to the campus and the community, will be held in the Jackson Center Wilderness Room.

No reservations required. Today's speaker: Morgan A.

More info here.

 Emory's Favorites Winemaker Dinner
May
24
6:00 pm18:00

Emory's Favorites Winemaker Dinner

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

We are excited to provide you with an evening of great northwest wine paired with Chef Peters food.

These dinners are typically 5-courses, each specifically created to compliment the paired wine.

At the conclusion of the event, you have the opportunity to purchase the bottles of wine at a discounted price.

Diners must be 21 or older to attend our Winemaker Dinners. Limited to 44 guests.

Purchase tickets here.

The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park Opens
May
26
11:00 am11:00

The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park Opens

  • The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park

Cool down in this splashy water playground with 16 interactive water features and an area designed just for toddlers. The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park is adjacent to a large grass area with a playground and picnic benches.

May 26th-Sep 24th, 11 am-8 pm

Tankfest Northwest
May
27
9:00 am09:00

Tankfest Northwest

  • Flying Heritage Collection

Hear the rumble and boom of vintage tanks and artillery at the Flying Heritage Collection's sixth annual Tankfest Northwest!

This family event features military vehicles and cannons, remote control tanks, food, and fun. See amazing tanks, vehicles and more take to the arena in a fantastic display for the entire family.

Veterans/Active Military get in free.

Tickets can be bought here.

Tankfest Northwest
May
27
9:00 am09:00

Tankfest Northwest

  • Flying Heritage Collection

Hear the rumble and boom of vintage tanks and artillery at the Flying Heritage Collection's sixth annual Tankfest Northwest!

This family event features military vehicles and cannons, remote control tanks, food, and fun. See amazing tanks, vehicles, and more take to the arena in a fantastic display for the entire family.

Veterans/Active Military get in free.

More info here.

Yogamosa
May
27
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

Does your yoga studio reward you with a cocktail after class? Ours does. 

Local instructor, Carly Hayden has created a custom routine designed for fun and flexibility intended for all levels of yogis! Classes take place in our destination distillery, where you are surrounded by waterfront views and our beautiful hand-hammer copper kettles. After the session, we'll be raising a glass to a class well done. 
Namaste. Slainte!

Class starts promptly at 10am, please arrive before 10am to get settled in. Drop-ins based on availability, not guaranteed.

$25 per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a light brunch)

Register here.

Governor’s Summit on Career Connected Learning
May
31
10:00 am10:00

Governor’s Summit on Career Connected Learning

  • Community Resource Center

A critical part of the 2017 Governor’s Summit on Career Connected Learning is a 3.5-hour session held at multiple sites across Washington. As a group, participants will virtually join a general session on policy recommendations including remarks from the Governor to the regional sites. After the summit, regional work and issues will be shared for follow up.

Business and community leaders will learn about career-connected learning successes, identify new skills, find additional resources, and develop the capacity to solve workforce problems.

More info here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
Jun
1
6:00 pm18:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

Artists' Garage Sale
Jun
3
9:00 am09:00

Artists' Garage Sale

  • Schack Art Center

Free Admission

If you're looking for a great deal on original artwork, don't miss the Artists' Garage Sale!

There will be more than 100 artists offering seconds, as well as old and new stock including watercolors, oils, pastels, acrylics, glass, found objects, sculpture, ceramics, photography, garden art and much more - all at fabulous prices, well below retail.

More info here.

Make a Rain Barrel Workshop
Jun
3
10:00 am10:00

Make a Rain Barrel Workshop

  • Everett Public Works

Attend a “Make it, Take it” workshop and build your own rain barrel. Public Works will supply the barrels, parts and tools. You build your functional rain barrel at the workshop. The $40 fee covers the price of the 55-gallon barrel and parts. You must pre-register for the workshop. Call 425-257-8992 to sign up today. Space is limited.

Try Hockey for Free
Jun
3
2:15 pm14:15

Try Hockey for Free

  • Xfinity Arena

Try Hockey For Free (THFF) is an introductory program to our great sport. If you decide your player loves it and wants to do more, there will be information at the event to explain how to get into our low cost program.

How much does it Cost?
Zero!
 
I don't have Hockey Gear!
Gear provided at no charge by the Everett Youth Hockey Booster Club.
Please Arrive 60-90 minutes early.

More info here.

An Evening of Darkness with Crystal Desert
Jun
3
8:00 pm20:00

An Evening of Darkness with Crystal Desert

  • The Anchor Pub

Presenting...
An Evening of Darkness with Crystal Desert
You have been summoned to a momentous nega-soirée, curated by Crystal Desert. Visuals by Dada Fructose. Gather and be assimilated by the arcane machinations of the following artists...

Crystal Desert
Actionesse
more artists TBA

Dress Code: Guests must wear all black
Free Admission // All Ages until 11pm

RSVP here.

Richard Porter's First Time at Black Lab
Jun
5
7:00 pm19:00

Richard Porter's First Time at Black Lab

  • Black Lab Gallery

RIchard Porter is joining us for his first Black Lab feature!

Richard Porter writes a weekly feature about local arts and culture for the Live in Everett blog. His poetry and prose have appeared on the blogs nonprofitwithballs.org and socialworkinit.com. His poetic work is influenced by the reverent populism of Whitman and the spontaneity of Kerouac. He lives in northeast Everett.

$3 donation is recommended, with 100% of the proceeds going to the featured performer. There are open mic opportunities. This is an all ages event, but some content may contain adult themes or language.

RSVP here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Jun
6
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

GIN COCKTAILS

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival
Jun
9
10:00 am10:00

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Sorticulture unites art and the garden in a celebration of creative outdoor living. Over 100 artists and nurseries gather to showcase distinctive hand-crafted garden art and unique plants to transform your backyard.

Learn tips and tricks from top regional gardening experts including special guest Ciscoe Morris Saturday at 1 p.m. Sorticulture also features display gardens, live music, a food fair and free activities for the kids.

More info here.

Kristin Hannah | Everett Reads
Jun
9
7:00 pm19:00

Kristin Hannah | Everett Reads

  • Everett Performing Arts Center

Kristin Hannah is an award-winning and bestselling author of more than 20 novels. The Nightingale appeared on the New York Times Bestseller list for more than a year. 

“In this epic novel, set in France in World War II, two sisters who live in a small village find themselves estranged when they disagree about the imminent threat of occupation. 

Separated by principles and temperament, each must find her own way forward as she faces moral questions and life-or-death choices. Haunting, action-packed, and compelling.” -Christina Baker Kline, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Orphan Train.

Yogamosa
Jun
10
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

Does your yoga studio reward you with a cocktail after class? Ours does. 

Local instructor, Carly Hayden has created a custom routine designed for fun and flexibility intended for all levels of yogis! Classes take place in our destination distillery, where you are surrounded by waterfront views and our beautiful hand-hammer copper kettles. After the session, we'll be raising a glass to a class well done. 
Namaste. Slainte!

Class starts promptly at 10am, please arrive before 10am to get settled in. Drop-ins based on availability, not guaranteed.

$25 per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a light brunch)

Register here.

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival
Jun
10
10:00 am10:00

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Sorticulture unites art and the garden in a celebration of creative outdoor living. Over 100 artists and nurseries gather to showcase distinctive hand-crafted garden art and unique plants to transform your backyard.

Learn tips and tricks from top regional gardening experts including special guest Ciscoe Morris Saturday at 1 p.m. Sorticulture also features display gardens, live music, a food fair and free activities for the kids.

More info here.

  EMI 5th Birthday Party
Jun
10
6:00 pm18:00

EMI 5th Birthday Party

  • Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. Taproom

Everett Music Initiative is pleased to invite you all to celebrate our fifth birthday! Over the last five years, we have worked hard to celebrate the city we call home by promoting and providing resources to the Everett music community, connecting Everett bands to regional markets, bringing in dozens of touring bands from London to NYC and creating everyone's favorite music weekend in Everett, the Fisherman's Village Music Festival. None of this could have happened without the talented artists we have here and the support from the community.

No one has been more supportive of our initiative to bring music to Everett than Scuttlebutt Brewing. Why wouldn't we ring in five years at their new taproom?!

We have an insane lineup that we'll slowly be announcing between now and the birthday. 

So far, we've announced Bod and Nail Houses! More tba.

Tickets and more info here.

EMI 5th Birthday Party
Jun
10
6:00 pm18:00

EMI 5th Birthday Party

  • Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. Taproom

Everett Music Initiative is pleased to invite you all to celebrate our fifth birthday! Over the last five years, we have worked hard to celebrate the city we call home by promoting and providing resources to the Everett music community, connecting Everett bands to regional markets, bringing in dozens of touring bands from London to NYC and creating everyone's favorite music weekend in Everett, the Fisherman's Village Music Festival. None of this could have happened without the talented artists we have here and the support from the community.

No one has been more supportive of our initiative to bring music to Everett than Scuttlebutt Brewing. Why wouldn't we ring in five years at their new taproom?!

We have an insane lineup that we'll slowly be announcing between now and the birthday. 

So far, we've announced Bod and Nail Houses! More tba.

Tickets here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
Jun
11
10:00 am10:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival
Jun
11
10:00 am10:00

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Sorticulture unites art and the garden in a celebration of creative outdoor living. Over 100 artists and nurseries gather to showcase distinctive hand-crafted garden art and unique plants to transform your backyard.

Learn tips and tricks from top regional gardening experts including special guest Ciscoe Morris Saturday at 1 p.m. Sorticulture also features display gardens, live music, a food fair and free activities for the kids.

More info here.

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake
Jun
11
8:30 pm20:30

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

Everett Comedy Night is the only premier standup comedy show in Everett. Hosted by Cory Michaelis, this show is an hour and a half of laughs at Emory's on Silver Lake. Everett Comedy Night features the best local comedians as well as touring comedians you've seen on Comedy Central, late night talk shows, and more. Don't miss your chance to see great comedy in Everett every second Sunday.

The show is technically all ages but we recommend 18 and over as sometimes the comedy isn't suitable for minors. As always, 21+ only in the bar portion of the comedy room. 

To increase the likelihood that your seating will be with your party and in the area you prefer, please call Emory's at 425.337.7772 to make reservations.

Tickets can be bought here.

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party
Jun
15
6:00 pm18:00

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

The 2017 Kids Bike Swap date has been set, June 18, 2017 and we need your help in getting kids bikes referbished for the big event. We will have work parties at the shop 6pm to 9pm every first & third Thursday & some Sundays. All mechanical abilities are welcome.

Sharing Wheels website here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jun
17
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Summer Pruning Workshop
Jun
17
10:00 am10:00

Summer Pruning Workshop

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Come to this hands on summer workshop and learn proper summer pruning techniques. We will discuss basic rules of pruning and concentrating on two major categories -pruning of spring blooming shrubs including Rhododendrons and Azaleas and thinning of trees for summer health and lasting beauty.  

Bring your pruners and questions. Join us for the whole session or stop in for part of it. RSVP: 425-257-8597.

Instructor:  Trevor Cameron, Sunnyside Nursery manager & Arboretum President

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Kids Bike Swap
Jun
18
10:00 am10:00

Kids Bike Swap

  • Sharing Wheels

A parent or guardian must come with each child at the Swap.

Kids can trade in the bike they have outgrown and pick out a bike that fits them. Kids donate their old bike, and receive credit for the value based on its size and condition.

The credit can be used towards purchasing a bigger bicycle, which can costs an extra $5 to $25. We accept cash, checks or PayPal credit.

A free helmet comes with every bike – and we’ll make sure it fits!

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jun
18
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Kids' Nature Camp
Jun
26
10:00 am10:00

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

Discover what plants need to grow and be healthy. Each day we will learn through nature games, art and science activities about the four basic needs of plants: Sun, Soil, Water and Air. RSVP: 425-257-8597.

Ages 6-10, space limited. $35 per child for member families. $70 per child for non member families

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Kids' Nature Camp
Jun
27
10:00 am10:00

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

Discover what plants need to grow and be healthy. Each day we will learn through nature games, art and science activities about the four basic needs of plants: Sun, Soil, Water and Air. RSVP: 425-257-8597.

Ages 6-10, space limited. $35 per child for member families. $70 per child for non member families

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Kids' Nature Camp
Jun
28
10:00 am10:00

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

Discover what plants need to grow and be healthy. Each day we will learn through nature games, art and science activities about the four basic needs of plants: Sun, Soil, Water and Air. RSVP: 425-257-8597.

Ages 6-10, space limited. $35 per child for member families. $70 per child for non member families

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Kids' Nature Camp
Jun
29
10:00 am10:00

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

Discover what plants need to grow and be healthy. Each day we will learn through nature games, art and science activities about the four basic needs of plants: Sun, Soil, Water and Air. RSVP: 425-257-8597.

Ages 6-10, space limited. $35 per child for member families. $70 per child for non member families

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

STEAM Camp 2017, First Day
Jul
3
9:00 am09:00

STEAM Camp 2017, First Day

  • Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour

The Institute of Flight’s STEAM Camp educational program is expanding to accommodate increased demand and to ensure that school-age participants from around the world have access to excellent aerospace education. With new sessions available, there’s a camp program for everyone. Check back to see our weekly topics for camp, including Space Gear, Drone Zone Training Academy, Programming and Game Design 101, 3D Printing and Materials Science, and more!

Grade Level: 3 - 5, 6 - 8
Schedule: 8 weeks per grade band available, July - August

More info here

Cocktail Tuesdays
Jul
4
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesdays

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

SUMMER BOUNTY

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jul
8
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jul
9
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Hydrangeas for Summer Color
Jul
15
12:00 pm12:00

Hydrangeas for Summer Color

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Come and learn all about Hydrangeas and how to incorporate them into your landscape. We will discuss some of the latest and greatest varieties on the market and how to care for these NW garden staple shrubs. We will visit some of the old beauties in the Arboretum gardens and see samples of new exciting varieties for home gardeners.

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Trevor Cameron, Sunnyside Nursery manager & Arboretum President

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

FHC SkyFair 2017
Jul
22
10:00 am10:00

FHC SkyFair 2017

  • Flying Heritage Collection

Fly-by the line with FHC SkyFair presale tickets! 

The Flying Heritage Collection's all-day, 4th Annual Air & Ground Show will include a multitude of vehicle and plane demos, WWII re-enactors, RC tanks, kid's activities, and PC gaming.  Enjoy live music and delicious food vendors while you watch some of the rarest planes in the world take to the skies!

More info here.

Try Hockey for Free
Jul
22
2:15 pm14:15

Try Hockey for Free

  • Xfinity Arena

Try Hockey For Free (THFF) is an introductory program to our great sport. If you decide your player loves it and wants to do more, there will be information at the event to explain how to get into our low cost program.

How much does it Cost?
Zero!
 
I don't have Hockey Gear!
Gear provided at no charge by the Everett Youth Hockey Booster Club.
Please Arrive 60-90 minutes early.

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Aug
1
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

MARTINI 101

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Fresh Paint
Aug
19
10:00 am10:00
Art

Fresh Paint

  • Port of Everett Marina

Purchase art fresh off the easel at Everett's waterfront art festival presented by the Schack Art Center. The entire length of the promenade will be filled with more artists than ever, turning the marina into a huge outdoor studio and sidewalk gallery.

135+ artists will be sharing painting, pottery, glass, jewelry, photography & much more.

More info here.

Evergreen Arboretum: Shade Gardening
Aug
19
12:00 pm12:00

Evergreen Arboretum: Shade Gardening

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Not all plants need or want to grow in full sun. In fact, some prefer the shade. Come learn about these plants that thrive in the shade and their needs.  Informational handouts will be available on plants that require full, partial and dappled shade as well as dry and wet shade. Tour the newly planted areas of our Arboretum shade garden to gather ideas for your own garden.

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Marylou Hart, Master Gardener

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Fresh Paint
Aug
20
10:00 am10:00
Art

Fresh Paint

  • Port of Everett Marina

Purchase art fresh off the easel at Everett's waterfront art festival presented by the Schack Art Center. The entire length of the promenade will be filled with more artists than ever, turning the marina into a huge outdoor studio and sidewalk gallery.

135+ artists will be sharing painting, pottery, glass, jewelry, photography & much more.

More info here.

Golden Lecture: Mixed Media
Aug
20
1:00 pm13:00

Golden Lecture: Mixed Media

  • The Schack Art Center

Discover the infinite & brilliant versatility of acrylics! Get a grasp on the many gels, mediums, grounds and how they can change the texture, saturation and intensity of your work. Gain an understanding of how to extend the wet time of acrylics, facilitating blending, shading, glazing and fine detail. Whatever your approach as an artist, this lecture will offer the technical knowledge to support your concepts.

FREE Literature and samples.

This event is free and intended for those 18 and older. All levels welcome.

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Sep
2
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Sep
3
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Sep
5
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

INFUSION 101

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Randy Oliver - Reading the Combs
Sep
9
12:30 pm12:30

Randy Oliver - Reading the Combs

  • Snohomish County PUD Theatre

The North West District Bee Keepers Association is proud to announce that Randy Oliver of scientificbeekeeping.com will be speaking in Everett, WA on Saturday September 9th 2017. It has been a long standing goal of NWDBA to bring Randy Oliver here for a speaking engagement and to make it available to as many beekeepers as possible. Doors will open at 12:30 PM and the talk will run from 1-5 PM, with a couple of intermissions.  We have a limit of 300 seats and anticipate selling out, so please buy your tickets in advance.   

The topics to be covered will be "Reading the combs to understand colony conditions over the season" and also Randy's recent research on varroa mite management including his recent experiments on using oxalic acid applied dissolved in glycerin.  Definitely bring your note pads and an extra pen in case you run out of ink!

More info here.

Fall Perennial Color
Sep
16
12:00 pm12:00

Fall Perennial Color

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Extend the season of color in your flower beds. Learn about perennials that keep you enjoying your garden in late summer and fall. 

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Janel Garnett, garden designer

Meet in the Horticulture Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Oct
3
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

BARTENDING AT HOME

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Evergreen Arboretum: BulbFest
Oct
14
12:00 pm12:00

Evergreen Arboretum: BulbFest

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Family Fun Event. Help us plant hundreds of spring flowering bulbs in the Arboretum and in return take a bag of bulbs home to plant in your own garden. Tools, bulbs and snacks provided. All ages encouraged to participate.         

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

Free to members / $20 for non member individuals or $35 for non member families

Registration fee covers cost of event and 1 year Arboretum individual or family membership.

More info here.

Putting Your Garden to Bed
Oct
21
12:00 pm12:00

Putting Your Garden to Bed

  • American Legion Memorial Park

What should you do this fall in order to get your garden ready for winter? Some of the topics that will be covered are which perennials to cut back, how much to mulch the garden beds and which plants should be dug up. These and many more topics will be covered. RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE.

Instructor: John Marsh, Master Gardener

Meet in the Horticultural Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Oct
28
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Oct
29
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Nov
4
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Nov
5
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Nov
7
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

FALL FLAVORS

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Evergreen Arboretum: Conifers for Year-Round Interest
Nov
18
12:00 pm12:00

Evergreen Arboretum: Conifers for Year-Round Interest

  • American Legion Memorial Park

This class is not just about pine trees. We will learn about all those cone-producing plants that add year round interest in the garden with their color, shape and size. The class will cover planting care and selecting the right plant for the right place, including containers. We will also view some of the newest introductions in the Arboretum. RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Sandy Milam, award winning container designer

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Evergreen Arboretum: Holiday Workshop for Kids
Dec
2
12:00 pm12:00

Evergreen Arboretum: Holiday Workshop for Kids

  • American Legion Memorial Park

Fun Family Event. Bring your holiday spirit and creativity to this two hour workshop and go home with several gifts for the holidays. Projects are appropriate for children ages 6-10. RSVP: 425-257-8597. Free for members, $35 for non members

Instructor:  Hap Wertheimer

Meet in the Horticultural Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Dec
5
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

HOLIDAY SPIRIT

Bluewater's new FREE Cocktailing Series is intended to educate and inspire! Join Distiller John Lundin & the Bluewater mixology team to learn new tips and tricks for your home bartending and entertaining. These educational sessions will be fun for beginners and experts alike.

First Tuesday of Every Month. 6-7pm at the distillery.

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Dec
30
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental. Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

OrcaCon 2018
Jan
12
Jan 14

OrcaCon 2018

  • Delta by Marriot North Everett

OrcaCon 2018 focus is on highlighting games and art created and published by Indigenous voices in the tabletop games industry.

OrcaCon 2018 features scheduled games, open game areas, tournaments, panels/workshops, and plenty of free game demos. OrcaCon caters to both those new to the hobby and lifelong gamers who wish to explore new games. We’ll be supporting a huge variety of board games, card games, tabletop role-playing games, and miniatures games from the classics to the latest and greatest.

More info here and here.


NW Scottish Fiddlers
Apr
29
1:30 pm13:30

NW Scottish Fiddlers

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Free concert!

The Northwest Scottish Fiddlers return with the music of Scotland, Nova Scotia, and the Shetland Islands.

Music from Scotland will be the main feature, with trips to the Shetlands, Cape Breton. You’ll hear traditional Scottish arrangements, to more modern sets, taught by Alasdair Fraser and Natalie at our January fiddle workshop. There’ll be very new compositions, as well as old standards that have been played for centuries.

More info here.

Free Girl Scout Camp Event
Apr
29
1:00 pm13:00

Free Girl Scout Camp Event

  • 3224 Wetmore Avenue Everett, WA, 98201 United States

Free Fun and Activities and a chance to experience camp! First time campers can try out crafts, outdoor cooking, song corner and more! RSVP and be entered into a drawing for a Camper 101 Supply kit!

RSVP appreciated but not required: aariano@girlscoutsww.org

Escape Scene Grand Opening
Apr
29
1:00 pm13:00

Escape Scene Grand Opening

  • Escape Scene Everett

Come join us to celebrate the opening of Escape Scene Everett! While you're there, unlock the secrets of the sarcophagus to enter for a chance to win free tickets!

More info here.

Kid's Bird Festival
Apr
29
10:00 am10:00

Kid's Bird Festival

  • Imagine Children's Museum
  • Take the Great Migration Challenge
  • Learn how to identify common birds
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Games, art activities and more!

More info here.

National Astronomy Day at the Library
Apr
29
10:00 am10:00

National Astronomy Day at the Library

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Gaze through a telescope and learn all about our skies...at the library!

See sunspots and solar prominences! Drop in to handle meteorite sample, and discuss their virtually infinite history. Learn about how and where to see the total solar eclipse that will be visible this year on August 24th, what you will see from Everett, where you need to go to see the full glory of Totality, and how to stay safe when viewing the sun.

This presentation from the Everett Astronomical Society leads to a dusk viewing at Harborview Park (also happening Friday night), weather permitting.

For Astronomy Day, local astronomical societies, planetariums, museums, and observatories will be sponsoring public viewing sessions, presentations, workshops, and other activities to increase public awareness about astronomy and our wonderful universe.

Yogamosa
Apr
29
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilliny

Does your yoga studio reward you with a cocktail after class? Ours does. 

Local instructor, Carly Hayden has created a custom routine designed for fun and flexibility intended for all levels of yogis! Classes take place in our destination distillery, where you are surrounded by waterfront views and our beautiful hand-hammer copper kettles. After the session, we'll be raising a glass to a class well done. 
Namaste. Slainte!

Class starts promptly at 10am, please arrive before 10am to get settled in. Drop-ins based on availability, not guaranteed.

$25 per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a light brunch)

Register here.

REAL Event
Apr
28
7:00 pm19:00

REAL Event

  • Historic Everett Theatre

Join us at The Historic Everett Theatre for a show of a whole new calliber! 

Through the collaborative effort of Soniphone Records, Revolution by the Barrel, and Dada Fructose, REAL EVENT intends to bridge the gap between the emerging music scene and one of Snohomish county's most iconic theaters. 

Expect a night filled with a power house line up of music as well as hand crafted cocktails by Revolution by the Barrel and stunning projection visuals by Dada Fructose. Come early and hear Historic Everett's guest speaker speak on the history of entertainment as it pertains to theatres in early years of Everett. Small vendor booths of sponsors will also bolster an array of information and merchandise.

More info here.

Night Sky Viewing
Apr
28
6:00 pm18:00

Night Sky Viewing

  • Harborview Park

See the moon, planets and other outer-space objects through powerful eyes. Everett Astronomical Society members invite everyone ages 5 and older to be amazed by what’s visible through their many types of telescopes ranging from 3 to 16 inches in diameter.

Ask on-site experts for advice on telescope shopping, using your home telescope or binoculars, understanding star charts, or locating objects in the night sky. Dress warmly as evenings on the bluff often get cool.

More info here.
Friday & Saturday, April 28-29, 6-11:30pm

The 2017 Everett Quilt Show
Apr
28
10:00 am10:00

The 2017 Everett Quilt Show

  • Xfinity Arena, Edward D. Hansen Event Center Ballrooms

Show Admission $5 

Everett has needed a quilt show for a long time, and now it is becoming a reality. Join us to see quilts, listen to quilters, watch demos, shop vendors, take classes, hear an evening lecture and more.

Ride the train to Everett and make it a quilt buddies weekend! The city welcomes you to stay the night in a local hotel, sample restaurants, attend a play...the possibilities are endless! 

Children are welcome to experience our show. We will have a scavenger hunt for them to find motifs in the quilts and an opportunity to Build-a-Quilt for $5 or make a BeanBag for $1.

More info here.

Rummage Sale!
Apr
28
9:00 am09:00

Rummage Sale!

  • The Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett

Help make our annual rummage sale a success. You'll find a variety of new and "gently used" items at terrific prices. All proceeds will benefit the Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett.

Women’s Fundraising Breakfast
Apr
28
8:00 am08:00

Women’s Fundraising Breakfast

  • Imagine Children’s Museum

Join us for the Women’s Fundraising Breakfast

Special Guests: Jenny Keller & Jenny Cookies

Information/Questions: Linda Costa at projectmgr@imaginecm.org or 425/258-1006, Ext. 1026

More info here.

Brunch at the Sno-Isle Co-op
Apr
27
11:00 am11:00

Brunch at the Sno-Isle Co-op

  • Sno-Isle Food Co-op

Enjoy a free pancake brunch with the co-op’s outreach team and Member Linkage Committee Volunteers! We will have all organic berries, syrup, butters, and all things good! Come enjoy a nice meal and friendly conversation with like minded community members.

The 2017 Everett Quilt Show
Apr
27
10:00 am10:00

The 2017 Everett Quilt Show

  • Xfinity Arena, Edward D. Hansen Event Center Ballrooms

Show Admission $5 

Everett has needed a quilt show for a long time, and now it is becoming a reality. Join us to see quilts, listen to quilters, watch demos, shop vendors, take classes, hear an evening lecture and more.

Ride the train to Everett and make it a quilt buddies weekend! The city welcomes you to stay the night in a local hotel, sample restaurants, attend a play...the possibilities are endless! 

Children are welcome to experience our show. We will have a scavenger hunt for them to find motifs in the quilts and an opportunity to Build-a-Quilt for $5 or make a BeanBag for $1.

More info here.

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #2
Apr
26
12:20 pm12:20

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #2

  • Everett Community College, Jackson Center Wilderness Room

The Humanities Alliance invites you to join the Humanities 150D Class (Surviving the Holocaust) for the 2017 Holocaust Survivor Forums.

A special thanks goes to the Holocaust Center for Humanity for providing the speakers and to the Global Education Initiative for sponsoring this series. Presentations, which are free and open to the campus and the community, will be held in the Jackson Center Wilderness Room.

No reservations required. Today's speaker: Ingrid S.

More info here.

Kubrick Film Series: "Spartacus"
Apr
26
12:00 pm12:00

Kubrick Film Series: "Spartacus"

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Join us for a screening and discussion of "Spartacus" (Stanley Kubrick, 1960).
*Note: due to the length of the film, this will be a 12:00 screening.*

In this iconic, award-winning epic, Kirk Douglas is Spartacus, a slave who leads an uprising against the decadent Romans. Also stars Laurence Olivier, Tony Curtis, Peter Ustinov, Charles Laughton, and Jean Simmons, with a screenplay by the remarkable Dalton Trumbo.

Rated PG-13, 197 minutes.

Part of the Evergreen Cinema Society's Kubrick Film Series, a yearlong celebration of the darkly satirical genius of the New Hollywood film-making wave Roger Ebert called "one of the greatest of film directors, and perhaps the most independent and self-contained."

Emily & Me: Poet Bethany Reid on the Creation of Poetry
Apr
26
12:00 pm12:00

Emily & Me: Poet Bethany Reid on the Creation of Poetry

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Gell Poetry Prize winner Bethany Reid gives a free poetry reading and discusses the creation of poetry in a free event.

In discussing the creation of poetry, Reid will focus on the life and works of poet Emily Dickinson.

Bethany Reid's most recent book is Sparrow, which won the 2012 Gell Poetry Prize. Her award-winning poems have appeared in numerous print and on-line journals, including Clementine Unbound, EIL, Calyx, Santa Clara Review, Pontoon, Poetry Northwest, and Cheat River Review. After 25 years of teaching, including 17 years at Everett Community College, she now writes full-time. Find out more at her blog.

For further information, please call 425-257-8000.

Spring Forward Your Garden
Apr
25
6:00 pm18:00

Spring Forward Your Garden

  • Legion Hall

Join Trevor Cameron, Everett Arboretum President, as he explores current renovations at the Arboretum. Tour the Everett Arboretum to learn the best way to transition plants or an area of your yard. Learn about selecting plants for a variety of growing conditions and discuss maintenance practices that keep them heatlhy and growing strong. Most of the workshop will be outside, please dress accordingly.

More info here.

The New S--- Slam
Apr
24
7:00 pm19:00

The New S--- Slam

  • Black Lab Gallery

The Poetry Lab is hosting the first, "New S--- Slam," a war of words with a cash prize! If you want to participate, please bring a new poem that is no more than 3 minutes in length for a winner-takes-all event! 

Open mic opportunities are available. $3 suggested donation, with 100% of proceeds going to the contest winner. While this is an all ages event, some language or content may contain adult themes.

RSVP here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Apr
23
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

Summer has pulled anchor and sailed away, so it's time to bring paddleboard yoga to the pool.

Indoor pool SUP yoga is excellent for all levels. I give clear instruction and modifications for beginners, and I always throw some challenges to the yogis who want to see what they're capable of! The pool is a safe & warm place to practice, SUP yoga is a fun way to burn 400-600 calories in an hour, and we take a lovely floating savasana at the end. Perfection.

Cost is $25, including board rental.  Register by calling (360) 568-8030 or clicking here.

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

Register by calling 425-257-8300 Ext. 2 or by clicking here. Select "Aquatics", then "Aquatic Fitness", then "Paddle Board Yoga"

More info here.

The Lion King Jr.
Apr
23
2:00 pm14:00

The Lion King Jr.

  • Cope Gillette Theatre

Disney’s musical smash hit comes to KIDSTAGE for the first time ever. Based on the hit film and stage adaptation, The Lion King Jr. features your favorite hits from the movie like “Hakuna Matata” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” plus several new songs created for the Broadway show. Join us as we bring the African Savanna to life with Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, and more as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and back again, in this beloved, coming-of-age tale.

More info here.

Walking Washington's History: Ten Cities
Apr
23
2:00 pm14:00

Walking Washington's History: Ten Cities

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Judy Bentley leads us through the guided historical walks featured in her 2016 book. Included are Everett, Seattle, Olympia, Walla Walla, Tacoma, Bellingham, Yakima, Vancouver, Bellevue, and Spokane.

The Lion King Jr.
Apr
22
7:30 pm19:30

The Lion King Jr.

  • Cope Gillette Theatre

Disney’s musical smash hit comes to KIDSTAGE for the first time ever. Based on the hit film and stage adaptation, The Lion King Jr. features your favorite hits from the movie like “Hakuna Matata” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” plus several new songs created for the Broadway show. Join us as we bring the African Savanna to life with Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, and more as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and back again, in this beloved, coming-of-age tale.

More info here.

Everett High School Drama presents Disney's The Little Mermaid
Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

Everett High School Drama presents Disney's The Little Mermaid

  • Everett Civic Auditorium

Follow Ariel on her adventure as she leaves behind her mermaid family to follow her dreams and her heart to find true love on land.

Fridays & Saturdays April 14, 15, 21 & 22 @ 7:00 PM
Saturdays April 15 & 22 at 2:30

$8.00 Kids 10 and under & Seniors / $12.00 General Admission

Tickets available at the door.

Beyond the Woods & Sarah Schmidt- Double Bill
Apr
22
5:00 pm17:00

Beyond the Woods & Sarah Schmidt- Double Bill

  • Cafe Zippy

Beyond the Woods- young, progressive instumental band from Everett High School. Ethan, Zack, Mitch & Paul play a wide varity of musical styles, unique, intriguing, with the music being an evening of acoustic. Sarah Schmidt- emotional melodies- indie folk pop
suggested $5-$10 donation

RSPV here.

Everett High School Drama presents Disney's The Little Mermaid
Apr
22
2:30 pm14:30

Everett High School Drama presents Disney's The Little Mermaid

  • Everett Civic Auditorium

Follow Ariel on her adventure as she leaves behind her mermaid family to follow her dreams and her heart to find true love on land.

Fridays & Saturdays April 14, 15, 21 & 22 @ 7:00 PM
Saturdays April 15 & 22 at 2:30

$8.00 Kids 10 and under & Seniors / $12.00 General Admission

Tickets available at the door.