Holocaust Speakers: Henry Friedman
Apr
25
12:20 PM12:20

Holocaust Speakers: Henry Friedman

Holocaust survivors and their family members will speak about their stories of survival this spring at Everett Community College.

The speakers series, now in its 19th year, is part of EvCC’s Humanities 150D class “Surviving the Holocaust,” which includes written, filmed and personal accounts from eyewitnesses and their families. Speakers were arranged through the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle. 

The presentations are free and open to the public and are from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. at the locations noted below. No reservations are required.

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Community meetings on Everett City Council Districting
Apr
25
3:00 PM15:00

Community meetings on Everett City Council Districting

  • Everett Housing Authority, Baker Heights Community Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The City of Everett will hold four community meetings in April to provide a chance for residents to learn about City Council representation and election by district, and to discuss these topics with other community members. The City is conducting a public process for the evaluation of council districts with the possibility of putting forward a council districting measure in the November 2018 general election.

Residents are invited to learn about districting and related laws, as well as Everett’s population and demographic information. Attendees will also participate in facilitated discussions to learn and share ideas with other community members.

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Salt & Season: Fermenting Seasonal Veggies
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Salt & Season: Fermenting Seasonal Veggies

Spring is here! Learn new skills to transform the seasonal bounty into an even more nutritious, life-giving food!

Marilyn & Marika will be hosting a class on fermenting your seasonal veggies (along with adding wild foods)...Turning them into delicious sauerkrout, kimchi and much more!

Must preregister by April 22. Everyone signed up will go home with a jar of fermented veggies - all organic. Cost of class is $25

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Independent Trivia
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

Independent Trivia

Come get nerdy at The Independent. Independent Trivia is 110% free to play. Annnd there are prizes for first, second, and last place. With teams of 4 or fewer you’ll play 5 rounds of general knowledge, music, and picture trivia. If that sounds good enough, we’ll see you on the 25th.

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Toddler Time
Apr
26
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

4th April Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 4:  Apr. 5, 12, 19 and 26

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The Intersection of Art & Math Exhibit
Apr
26
10:00 AM10:00
Art

The Intersection of Art & Math Exhibit

Opening Reception: April 26, 5-8 pm

The Intersection of Art and Math will explore the many ways artists use mathematical ideas and theories to create their work.

Some might ask, "Is there math in art?" While math and art may seem like disciplines far apart, there is often large amounts of math involved in art creation. From the basics of measuring to the use of patterns, the golden ratio, and the creation of planes or three dimensions in a two-dimensional painting - all are mathematical concepts used by artists.

From May 21 - May 25 and May 29-June 1 we will have student field trips going through the gallery between the hours of 10am-2pm.

We are still accepting artist submission for this exhibit. Please read the complete call to artists at schack.org/calls-to-artists. Submissions are due March 28 by 5pm.

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The Everett Quilt Show: Reflections of a Quilter
Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

The Everett Quilt Show: Reflections of a Quilter

The Everett Quilt Show 2018: Reflections of a Quilter honors and celebrates quilters and the art that they create.

Events includes:

  • Opening Night Gala on Thursday, April 26
  • Keynote Speaker, Caryl Breyer Fallert-Gentry on Friday, April 27
  • Classes
  • Demonstrations
  • Make & Take projects
  • Children's Activities
  • Stitches Marketplace vendors and MORE!
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Behind the Barriers - Kubelwagen
Apr
27
3:00 PM15:00

Behind the Barriers - Kubelwagen

  • Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This week's artifact: Kubelwagen

Gets closer than ever to FHCAM’s amazing collection of real WWII aircraft, tanks and artifacts with Behind the Barriers, an exciting new education program at FHCAM. Each week the FHCAM will highlight a single historical piece and allow the public to step behind the barriers to examine and interact with this artifact as never before.

Behind the Barriers requires a $10 ticket in addition to FHCAM general admission.

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42nd Street
Apr
27
7:00 PM19:00

42nd Street

"Come...and meet those dancing feet...on the avenue I'm taking you to, 42nd Street!"

This is a family friendly production filled with exciting tap dancing, beautiful costumes and sets. Let us take you back to the early 1930's and brighten your life with the beautiful melodies of "We're in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Young and Healthy and About a Quarter to Nine". Tophats, tails, glamour and glitz all await you in this production about a sweet girl heading to New York for her big break into showbiz.

Join our cast of 31 students, 16 band members, tech crew of 12, numerous parent volunteers and over a dozen artistic team members that made this production possible.

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Joy Mills and Tom Parker
Apr
27
7:00 PM19:00

Joy Mills and Tom Parker

The Joy Mills Band shines a light in the darkness on their new EP, Coming Up, sharing their soulful country and roots set against the backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. The band spent a quiet winter completing the recording, their fourth release.

Recorded in a former veterinary hospital (now a writing & music studio), the songs (four originals and one cover) reflect a longing to connect with nature and each other outside the technological hum of modern day.

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OPENING NIGHT: Village Theatre Presents String
Apr
27
8:00 PM20:00

OPENING NIGHT: Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Fuzz Mutt Album Release Show
Apr
27
8:00 PM20:00

Fuzz Mutt Album Release Show

They have just been teasing us with the release of their singles "A Quiet End" and "The Doubt". Fuzz Mutt is set to deliver an eardrum rattling banger of a debut album, COLORLESS, on 4/20.

The celebration will be 4/27 at Black Lab Gallery. Come rock with them along with Sleepover Club and MONSTERWATCH. Tickets at door $10.

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YogaMosa
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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The Everett Quilt Show: Reflections of a Quilter
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

The Everett Quilt Show: Reflections of a Quilter

  • Edward D. Hansen Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Everett Quilt Show 2018: Reflections of a Quilter honors and celebrates quilters and the art that they create.

Events includes:

  • Opening Night Gala on Thursday, April 26
  • Keynote Speaker, Caryl Breyer Fallert-Gentry on Friday, April 27
  • Classes
  • Demonstrations
  • Make & Take projects
  • Children's Activities
  • Stitches Marketplace vendors and MORE!
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Village Theatre Presents String
Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Sasquatch: Man-Ape or Myth?
Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Sasquatch: Man-Ape or Myth?

For hundreds of years, people in the Northwest have reported encounters with the Sasquatch—a hairy, eight- to ten-foot-tall hominid. Yet aside from a collection of large footprint casts and a sizable assemblage of eyewitness accounts, no scientifically accepted evidence has been offered to establish this being’s existence.

 Gordon evaluates data gathered about the legendary Northwest icon, discusses the rules of critical thinking and the workings of the scientific method, and explains how one can become an effective “citizen scientist” by gathering credible evidence that can be used to substantiate the Sasquatch’s status as either Man-Ape or Myth. Attendees are encouraged to tell their tales and share their experiences with this mysterious creature.

 Gordon is the author of The Sasquatch Seeker’s Field Manual: Using Citizen Science to Uncover North America’s Most Elusive Creature. An accomplished science communicator, he has spoken at the American Museum of Natural History, The Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, Yale University, the Smithsonian Institution, and Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museums in San Francisco, Hollywood, and Times Square.  He has been interviewed by National GeographicTimeThe New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and appeared as a guest on television shows that include The Late Late Show With James Corden, The View, and ABC’s Nightline.

 He lives in Seattle.

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42nd Street
Apr
28
2:30 PM14:30

42nd Street

"Come...and meet those dancing feet...on the avenue I'm taking you to, 42nd Street!"

This is a family friendly production filled with exciting tap dancing, beautiful costumes and sets. Let us take you back to the early 1930's and brighten your life with the beautiful melodies of "We're in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Young and Healthy and About a Quarter to Nine". Tophats, tails, glamour and glitz all await you in this production about a sweet girl heading to New York for her big break into showbiz.

Join our cast of 31 students, 16 band members, tech crew of 12, numerous parent volunteers and over a dozen artistic team members that made this production possible.

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WHL Playoffs: Everett Silvertips vs. Tri-City
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

WHL Playoffs: Everett Silvertips vs. Tri-City

The Everett Silvertips (@WHLSilvertips) have advanced to the Western Conference Final for the third time in franchise history and will continue the WHL Playoffs presented locally by Mountain Pacific Bank in a best-of-seven series against the Tri-City Americans starting Friday, Apr. 20 at Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett at 7:35 p.m. The winner of the series will advance onto the WHL Finals and face the winner of the Eastern Conference Final.

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42nd Street
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

42nd Street

"Come...and meet those dancing feet...on the avenue I'm taking you to, 42nd Street!"

This is a family friendly production filled with exciting tap dancing, beautiful costumes and sets. Let us take you back to the early 1930's and brighten your life with the beautiful melodies of "We're in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Young and Healthy and About a Quarter to Nine". Tophats, tails, glamour and glitz all await you in this production about a sweet girl heading to New York for her big break into showbiz.

Join our cast of 31 students, 16 band members, tech crew of 12, numerous parent volunteers and over a dozen artistic team members that made this production possible.

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Tekken 7 Saturdays
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

Tekken 7 Saturdays

Let's get personal...

Next Level Games invites you to come prove your skill and participate in our monthly Tekken 7 Tournaments. Win prizes and show your mastery of combos and technique, and make friends all the while!

Entry fee is $5 and tournaments start at 7:00pm.
Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 players!

We will be playing on PS4. Controllers will be provided but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

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Village Theatre Presents String
Apr
28
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
Apr
29
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
Apr
29
7:00 PM19:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Community meetings on Everett City Council Districting
Apr
30
6:30 PM18:30

Community meetings on Everett City Council Districting

The City of Everett will hold four community meetings in April to provide a chance for residents to learn about City Council representation and election by district, and to discuss these topics with other community members. The City is conducting a public process for the evaluation of council districts with the possibility of putting forward a council districting measure in the November 2018 general election.

Residents are invited to learn about districting and related laws, as well as Everett’s population and demographic information. Attendees will also participate in facilitated discussions to learn and share ideas with other community members.

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Irish Sessiun
Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Irish Sessiun

Every Monday Night

Basically, a session is a gathering of musicians for the purpose of  playing tunes in a relaxed, informal setting–preferably with a social beverage or two!

It is a chance to learn (and pass on) music as part of the tradition from which it has come.

The instruments that are used are particular to IRISH music. These include the fiddle, the wooden flute, whistle, button accordion, tenor banjo, concertina, & the Irish (uillean) pipes. ‘Backup’ instruments may be here on occasion, but only to support those playing melody. The Irish drum (bodhran) should be used like good perfume–lightly & sparingly!

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Cocktail Tuesday :: Spring Forward
May
1
6:00 PM18:00

Cocktail Tuesday :: Spring Forward

Event Details
First Tuesday of Every Month
6pm / 21+ only / $5 per person

Tickets required with space limited to 20 people. Refunds are not available for this class. Class starts promptly at 6pm, come early for best seats!

Our 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, with several cocktail tastings per class.

Classes take place in our distillery, from 6-7pm. Feel free to enjoy dinner in our cocktail bar before or after class. During the class only our light bites menu is available, as well as cocktails of course!
 

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
2
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Free First Thursday at the Future of Flight
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Free First Thursday at the Future of Flight

Need a fun FREE place to get out of the rain? The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour (FoF) is a fantastic indoor option!

With the Grand Lobby filled with a café and two stores (always free) it feels like a mini mall, only better because of the views.

The Aerospace Gallery has exciting exhibits and the Strato Deck offers the best plane spotting view in Snohomish County and is FREE to visit from 5 PM to 7 PM on the first Thursday of each month.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
3
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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necessary and sufficient: a dance of mathematics
May
4
7:00 PM19:00

necessary and sufficient: a dance of mathematics

As a complement to The Intersection of Art + Math, Schack Art Center and Seattle's Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), invite you to "necessary and sufficient: a dance of mathematics" on Friday, May 4.

The performance was conceived by Katherine Cook, a mathematician educator, who co-curated Art ꓵ Math for CoCA. The pieces from Art ꓵ Math are being featured in the Schack exhibit between April 26-June 2, 2018 and are integral to the dance performance.

Performers for the evening are Corrie Befort, Katherine Cook, Brandin Steffensen, and Aaron Swartzman. 

Doors will open at 7pm with an opportunity to view and learn about the current exhibit, followed by the dance performance from 7:30-8:30pm.

Please click here to register for this event.

Suggested donation is $10 at the door.

Learn more about necessary and sufficient in this recent review by City Arts Magazine.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
4
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Master Gardener 2018 Plant Sale
May
5
9:00 AM09:00

Master Gardener 2018 Plant Sale

Mark your calendars! The highly anticipated Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation Plant Sale is back!

Featuring: an extensive selection of perennials, shrubs, trees, berries, and grasses, as well as garden art, and a phenomenal and locally famous selection of tomato varieties - old favorites, new varieties, heritage plants and more.

This year, we will have 8000 tomato, herb and vegetable starts to help you get a jump on your kitchen garden, including basil, cucumbers, squash, peppers, lettuce and more. Come rain or shine!

Herb and vegetable selections this year include:

  • Artichokes
  • Arugula
  • Beans
  • Broccoli
  • Beets
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Celery
  • Cauliflower
  • Cabbage
  • Chard
  • Corn
  • Cucamelons
  • Cucumbers
  • Egg Plant
  • Garlic
  • Kale - 6 kinds
  • Kohlrabi
  • Lettuce
  • Lettuce Bowls
  • Leeks
  • Kale - 6 kinds
  • Micro Greens
  • Walking Onions
  • Onions
  • Peas
  • Peas in a Pot
  • Peppers
  • Spinach
  • Squash – winter and summer squash
  • Tomatillos
  • Basil and herbs
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Youth & Family Wellness Fair
May
5
10:00 AM10:00

Youth & Family Wellness Fair

This FREE family-fun event is organized by multiple community partners, including Snohomish County Human Services and United Way of Snohomish County.

Fair goers can enjoy music, food, and movies as well as services and trainings for youth and family, including early childhood development, bullying, suicide prevention, cultural competency, and parenting strategies.

This year’s special guests are Tim Noah and The Son of the Reptile Man!

The Youth & Family Wellness Fair promotes a healthy lifestyle for the whole family by increasing access to physical health, mental wellbeing, parenting resources, and workshops for Snohomish County families.

All are welcome! Free lunch for all guests and volunteers will be provided, and Everett Transit will operate Fare Free for this event!

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65th Annual Everett Rock & Gem, Jewelry, and Mineral Show
May
5
10:00 AM10:00

65th Annual Everett Rock & Gem, Jewelry, and Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access!

  • Crystals & Geodes
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Kids Activities
  • Displays & Special Exhibits
  • Books & Maps Demonstrations
  • Silent Auction
  • Raffle Drawing
  • Local Dealers
  • Jewelry Making
  • Faceting & Stone Carving
  • Fossils
  • Silversmithing
  • Gemstone Dealers
  • Cabochon Making
  • Hourly Door Prizes

And more!

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Everett Sail & Power Squadron Boat Skills Festival
May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Everett Sail & Power Squadron Boat Skills Festival

The Everett Sail and Power Squadron, America’s Boating Club, is hosting a free to the public Boat Skills Festival on Opening Day, Saturday, May 5, from Noon to 4 pm on the dock adjacent to Port of Everett Marina’s Boxcar Park.

The event features 45-minute seminars starting each hour including: emergencies under way, crabbing and shrimping tips and techniques, galley provisioning and cooking on board, first aid, navigating the waters around Everett, boating safety for kids, and many more subjects of interest to both new and experienced boaters.

In addition, sign up for a free vessel safety check, watch Whidbey Island Sea Kayakers demonstrate safe kayaking techniques, participate in knot tying seminars taught by local Sea Scouts, enter to win free prizes donated by local sponsors, and enjoy refreshments from an on-site food truck.

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Playing It Smart in Bear Country
May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Playing It Smart in Bear Country

Did you know that Washington state is home to more than 25,000 black bears and two small populations of grizzlies? Spring is a great time to explore the natural beauty of our state and it’s also prime time to practice your bear awareness skills. Bears are highly active this time of year, waking from hibernation and looking for lots of food!

Come chat with the local Defenders of Wildlife staff about how you can PlaySmart in Washington’s Bear Country. You’ll learn everything you need to know about how to prevent and respond to a bear encounter. Plus, get tips on great local day hikes and multi-day trips you can enjoy this spring!

Founded in 1947, Defenders of Wildlife is a national conservation organization focused solely on wildlife and habitat conservation and the safeguarding of biodiversity. At the state and local level, the Defenders work to develop practical, innovative programs that protect and restore key species and habitats.

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Cinco de Mayo South Everett Pub Crawl
May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Cinco de Mayo South Everett Pub Crawl

Come enjoy some delicious cervezas at your South Everett breweries this Cinco de Mayo! Grab a punch card, visit all 3 breweries (Crucible, Lazy Boy & Middleton) and you'll be entered to win great prizes!

Crucible (Everett Foundry):

  • Open at Noon
  • Food Truck - Jimmy Peppers
  • Bad Hombre - Mexican Lager

Lazy Boy:

  • Open at 2:00
  • Mexican Lager

Middleton:

  • Open at 2:00
  • Tacos!
  • Who the F is Larry?!? - Mexican Lager
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Village Theatre Presents String
May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Scholarly Saturdays: Hidden Warships
May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Scholarly Saturdays: Hidden Warships

  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Nicholas Veronico, naval historian and author of Hidden Warships, as he details the history, recovery, and preservation of these sunken combat ships – including accounts from the divers and restorers who have worked with them. Beginning with Japanese midget submarines that attacked Pearl Harbor and continuing through into the modern era, Veronico will recount the unique tales of a number of these noteworthy vessels.

Scholarly Saturdays are free with paid FHCAM wMuseum Admission.

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Music from Zach Lombardo
May
5
5:00 PM17:00

Music from Zach Lombardo

Join us the first Saturday of every month!

With experience in a variety of styles, Zach Lombardo’s music incorporates many techniques and influences and combines them with ear-catching melodies. Zach has been playing professionally for over ten years and has also studied music at the college level. During this time, he has had the privilege of showcasing his music on many prominent stages.

Zach's most recent EP, "Endless Surrender," was released in September 2013. In conjunction with this project, he released a video for the title track, “Endless Surrender,” directed by Spin Creative Group. Zach continues to perform regularly at various monthly venues primarily in the Seattle area.

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Vision Beats Presents Cinco De Mayo Featuring Canon
May
5
6:30 PM18:30

Vision Beats Presents Cinco De Mayo Featuring Canon

Canon is going to blow the stage up with his lyrical magic and his fresh hip hop sound right here in the PNW! Also blazing the stage will be none other than the talented Beacon Light Light.

You will also be blessed by performances by KEVI, Eva Sabiniano, Profect and Damon Daze! Not to mention the hottest DJ in all land will be mixing and spinning this muy caliente show all night! You don't want to miss this all age concert experience!

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WHAT HAVE MAY Presents: The Grey Iris Pre-Release Show
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

WHAT HAVE MAY Presents: The Grey Iris Pre-Release Show

WHAT HAVE MAY wants to celebrate Cinco De Mayo, by giving you an opportunity to purchase and hear their entire upcoming album, The Grey Iris.
Special guest performances by:

A live Art show featuring local artist:

21+ $5 cover. Doors at 8pm followed by Live Art Show.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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65th Annual Everett Rock & Gem, Jewelry, and Mineral Show
May
6
10:00 AM10:00

65th Annual Everett Rock & Gem, Jewelry, and Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access!

  • Crystals & Geodes
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Kids Activities
  • Displays & Special Exhibits
  • Books & Maps Demonstrations
  • Silent Auction
  • Raffle Drawing
  • Local Dealers
  • Jewelry Making
  • Faceting & Stone Carving
  • Fossils
  • Silversmithing
  • Gemstone Dealers
  • Cabochon Making
  • Hourly Door Prizes

And more!

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Intro to Hatha Yoga
May
6
1:00 PM13:00

Intro to Hatha Yoga

Join Emily for this 90-min Intro to Hatha workshop.

Curious about yoga? Not sure what all those funny sounding names mean? Let's break it down for you. In this hands on class, we will cover the basics, origin, and teach you the Sanskrit, and the English version names of each posture. We will identify the what and why of each pose, and we will show you how to safely and effectively come in and out of each posture. Offering hands on help and answering any questions you might have.

The term Hatha yoga is generally used to describe a more static practice, where the postures are taught at a slower pace with emphasis on deep, careful stretching.

All levels are encouraged to attend. This is a great way to start your yoga practice for Spring! 

90 minutes. $30

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
6
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
6
7:00 PM19:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Irish Sessiun
May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Irish Sessiun

Every Monday Night

Basically, a session is a gathering of musicians for the purpose of  playing tunes in a relaxed, informal setting–preferably with a social beverage or two!

It is a chance to learn (and pass on) music as part of the tradition from which it has come.

The instruments that are used are particular to IRISH music. These include the fiddle, the wooden flute, whistle, button accordion, tenor banjo, concertina, & the Irish (uillean) pipes. ‘Backup’ instruments may be here on occasion, but only to support those playing melody. The Irish drum (bodhran) should be used like good perfume–lightly & sparingly!

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Holocaust Speakers: Ron Friedman
May
9
12:20 PM12:20

Holocaust Speakers: Ron Friedman

Holocaust survivors and their family members will speak about their stories of survival this spring at Everett Community College.

The speakers series, now in its 19th year, is part of EvCC’s Humanities 150D class “Surviving the Holocaust,” which includes written, filmed and personal accounts from eyewitnesses and their families. Speakers were arranged through the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle. 

The presentations are free and open to the public and are from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. at the locations noted below. No reservations are required.

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Port of Everett Historic Waterfront Bus Tours
May
9
3:30 PM15:30

Port of Everett Historic Waterfront Bus Tours

Explore the Port of Everett's Working Waterfront 'THEN & NOW' in partnership with Historic Everett.

The historic bus tours feature a look at the evolution of the waterfront over the course of the Port's first 100 years. You will even get a change to ride through the Port's international shipping facilities with a chance to see cargo operations in action. 

*TOUR REQUIREMENTS: The Port of Everett Seaport is a federally-secured facility. Confirmed reservation is required to participate and all riders must present a valid government-issued photo ID. Riders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Port of Everett Historic Waterfront Bus Tours
May
9
5:30 PM17:30

Port of Everett Historic Waterfront Bus Tours

Explore the Port of Everett's Working Waterfront 'THEN & NOW' in partnership with Historic Everett.

The historic bus tours feature a look at the evolution of the waterfront over the course of the Port's first 100 years. You will even get a change to ride through the Port's international shipping facilities with a chance to see cargo operations in action. 

*TOUR REQUIREMENTS: The Port of Everett Seaport is a federally-secured facility. Confirmed reservation is required to participate and all riders must present a valid government-issued photo ID. Riders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
9
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Toddler Time
May
10
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

1st May Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 5: May 10, 17, 24 and 31

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Bridges to Resilience Luncheon
May
10
12:00 PM12:00

Bridges to Resilience Luncheon

Be one of 300+ supporters that will join ChildStrive on Thursday, May 10, 2018 to show their love and raise money for ChildStrive. The event is free but is a fundraiser for ChildStrive - leaders in Early Childhood Development and parent education.

ChildStrive is thrilled to offer an expanded event this year, featuring a Community Networking Hour from 11-12, our classic Seated Lunch and Program, and extended Focus Sessions on Intent-Based Leadership, Restorative Practices, and Community Convening. Join us for the whole experience, or come and show your love at any point!

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
10
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
11
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Cultivating Sisterhood: YogaMosa & Life Coaching Workshop
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Cultivating Sisterhood: YogaMosa & Life Coaching Workshop

What turns a friendship into a sisterhood? Stretch your body and your skills and learn fun and engaging strategies to create life long friendships in sisterhood. Dive deep and discover what sisterhood means to you and discover ways to cultivate powerful sisterhood relationships in your life. Celebrate the strengths we help develop in each other and relish in the joy of nonjudgmental, open minded, and heart-centered sisterhood.

$45 total for an hour of coaching, intentional yoga, a cocktail, and a light brunch.

Register early. These workshops sell out very quickly!

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Veterans and Combat
May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Veterans and Combat

Wyman’s book adds to the growing literature about the effects of combat on veterans—such as sleeplessness, emotional numbness, flashbacks, nightmares, survivor guilt and a feeling of isolation. His book arose from his composition classes as a writing instructor at Seattle Central Community College, where he heard veterans tell heart-rending stories of their experiences in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. The experiences moved him to apply for a sabbatical to write a book about combat vets and the effects of war upon them. He researched Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and interviewed about seventy soldiers, eighteen of whom appear in his book. Wyman read from his book, as will several veterans who wrote chapters for it.

Wyman has been a faculty member at Seattle Central Community College for over twenty years. He is also the academic director of the Clemente Course for Veterans at Seattle’s Antioch University, a new program for veterans that explores military culture and the experience of war through art, moral philosophy, U.S. history, and literature.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
12
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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YogaMosa
May
13
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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NW Scottish Fiddlers: Free Mother's Day Concert
May
13
2:00 PM14:00

NW Scottish Fiddlers: Free Mother's Day Concert

The Northwest Scottish Fiddlers are dedicated to preserving traditional Scottish music and culture. Members come from all walks of life, and include students, teachers, physicians, dentists, nurses, librarians, and counselors. Featured music will be from Scotland, Nova Scotia, and the Shetland Islands, played on fiddles, cellos, guitar, piano and string bass. Many arrangements are by renowned Scottish fiddler Calum MacKinnon as well as others made through collaborative efforts of club members and friends. Singing and dancing will round out the show.

The Fiddlers have performed for several years to standing room only crowds at Northwest Folklife Festival. For the past ten years the group has hosted an annual workshop and concert on Whidbey Island which features two of Scottish Fiddle's greatest, Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. 

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Scotland Returns to Everett
May
13
2:00 PM14:00

Scotland Returns to Everett

The Northwest Scottish Fiddlers are dedicated to preserving traditional Scottish music and culture. Members come from all walks of life, and include students, teachers, physicians, dentists, nurses, librarians, and counselors. Featured music will be from Scotland, Nova Scotia, and the Shetland Islands, played on fiddles, cellos, guitar, piano and string bass. Many arrangements are by renowned Scottish fiddler Calum MacKinnon as well as others made through collaborative efforts of club members and friends. Singing and dancing will round out the show.  

The Fiddlers have performed for several years to standing room only crowds at Northwest Folklife Festival. For the past ten years the group has hosted an annual workshop and concert on Whidbey Island which features two of Scottish Fiddle's greatest, Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. 

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
13
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
13
7:00 PM19:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Irish Sessiun
May
14
7:00 PM19:00

Irish Sessiun

Every Monday Night

Basically, a session is a gathering of musicians for the purpose of  playing tunes in a relaxed, informal setting–preferably with a social beverage or two!

It is a chance to learn (and pass on) music as part of the tradition from which it has come.

The instruments that are used are particular to IRISH music. These include the fiddle, the wooden flute, whistle, button accordion, tenor banjo, concertina, & the Irish (uillean) pipes. ‘Backup’ instruments may be here on occasion, but only to support those playing melody. The Irish drum (bodhran) should be used like good perfume–lightly & sparingly!

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La Leche League: Breastfeeding Support Group
May
15
6:00 PM18:00

La Leche League: Breastfeeding Support Group

La Leche League support group meetings provide an opportunity for both new and experienced parents to share their questions and concerns, and to talk with one another about the special joys and challenges of parenting and nursing their children.

This is a reoccurring event on the 3rd Thursday of every Month.

For more information, check out La Leche League

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Gangs 101: A Snohomish County Overview
May
15
6:00 PM18:00

Gangs 101: A Snohomish County Overview

Everett Police Detective Jeff Nevin provides an overview of active Snohomish County gangs.

Detective Nevin will provide an overview of national gangs and which local sets are active in Snohomish County, and will show images and discuss local gang graffiti, artwork and attire.

He will also cover legal definitions and laws the police use to track gang members, and will relate how Everett Police address gangs and work with other organizations to discourage gang activity.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
16
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Toddler Time
May
17
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

2nd May Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 5: May 10, 17, 24 and 31

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
17
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival
May
18
10:00 AM10:00

Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival

Learn about Japanese art, culture and history at the free Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival May 18-19 at Everett Community College!

Learn about Japanese art, culture and history at the free Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival May 18-19 at Everett Community College. 

The festival is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. on May 18. On May 19, hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The festival is an opportunity to celebrate anime and manga and to learn more about Japanese language and culture, said EvCC Librarian and Japanese Club advisor Heather Uhl, who is organizing the event. Uhl is a regular presenter at Sakura-con in Seattle.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
18
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Paine Field Aviation Day
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Paine Field Aviation Day

  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Washington Pilots Association, Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM), Historic Flight Foundation (HFF), and Paine Field will host the 23rd annual Paine Field Aviation Day on Saturday, May 19th. Join us to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force.

Your admission ticket gains you access into both museums (FHCAM & HFF), plus prime viewing for the flying demonstrations where you will see FHCAM's Spitfire & Thunderbolt take to the skies alongside HFF's massive B25 and Spitfire.

On static display in the tank arena at FHCAM you will see M4A1 Sherman Medium Tank, M3A1 Half-Track Personnel Carrier, Ford GPW Jeep, M5A4 High-Speed Tractor. As you journey through FHCAM’s expansive hangars on this fun filled day, you won’t want to miss our latest interactive exhibit, Why War: The Causes of Conflict. This one of a kind exhibit examines the major wars the United States has been involved in, exploring common causes and roots of military confrontations. Featuring large-scale touchscreens, conflict simulators, full-scale replica atomic bombs, and personal histories, visitors can choose how they want to explore the complex topic of war in an engaging and easy to understand way. Be sure to catch an engaging round table discussion with the Washington Pilot's Association at 11:00 AM at FHCAM!

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Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival

Learn about Japanese art, culture and history at the free Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival May 18-19 at Everett Community College!

Learn about Japanese art, culture and history at the free Japanese Anime & Manga Arts Festival May 18-19 at Everett Community College. 

The festival is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. on May 18. On May 19, hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The festival is an opportunity to celebrate anime and manga and to learn more about Japanese language and culture, said EvCC Librarian and Japanese Club advisor Heather Uhl, who is organizing the event. Uhl is a regular presenter at Sakura-con in Seattle.

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Words & Wine
May
19
12:00 PM12:00

Words & Wine

Come by for a fun afternoon of wine tasting and local author meet & greet event! The GroWashington Everett store and the award winning wines from Port Gardner Bay Winery are the perfect setting for some delightful libation and mingling with best selling Pacific Northwest Authors.

Attendees will enjoy wine and word pairings featuring the award winning wines from Port Gardner Bay Winery and stories from best selling Pacific Northwest Authors. Discover a variety of genres and exclusive author talks interspersed throughout to enhance your afternoon.

Join us at GRO Washington for this special afternoon.

  • Meet Bestselling NW Authors
  • Exclusive Book Signing
  • Informative Writing Tips
  • Sensational Wine Tasting
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Health & Stress Workshop
May
19
12:00 PM12:00

Health & Stress Workshop

Is stress effecting my health?

A research article from Harvard stated that chronic stress can dampen the immune system, increasing susceptibility to colds, high blood pressure,  heart disease, and other  health problems. New research even supports the notion that high levels of stress somehow speed up the aging process. Come learn different ways to reduce and manage your stress.

This is a free class by Dr. Rebecca Arroyo of Renaissance Family Chiropractic

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Rock Gardens 101
May
19
12:00 PM12:00

Rock Gardens 101

Staff: Northwestern Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society
Free to members, $10 Non-members

Join the experts from the Northwestern Chapter of NARGS as we tour the old & new rock gardens in the Arboretum to discuss proper construction, design techniques & plant selection. Check out displays of plants and containers and take home a plant to start your own rock garden.

Meet in the Arboretum Rock Garden.

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Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens

Olson’s book Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens, depicts the buildup to the eruption from the points of view of scientists, government officials, and also of Weyerhaueser, which was conducting logging operations in what became the blast zone. It reveals terrifying effects of the Sunday May 18, 1980 eruption, as a superheated flow of pulverized rock, wood splinters from smacked down trees, and anything else in the blast’s path flowed at hundreds of miles per hour over the mountainous topography, even ridges miles away. Every living thing in its path died.

Eruption provides accounts of many of the fifty-seven victims of the blast, why they were there, and what (likely) happened to them when the volcano blew. Most were campers who thought they were safe where they were. A few were scientific observers there in official capacities, and a handful were loggers, unlucky enough to be working that fateful Sunday. Olson’s account also includes some harrowing rescues.

Eruption won the 2017 Washington State Book award for History/General Nonfiction, and Amazon named it one of the twenty best nonfiction books published in 2016. Olson also is the author of Mapping Human History: Genes, Race, and Our Common Origins, which was nominated for the National Book Award. He has written for the Atlantic MonthlyScience, the Smithsonian, and many other magazines. Since 1979, he has been a consultant writer for the National Academy of Sciences, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, and other national scientific organizations. A native of Washington State, he now lives in Seattle.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Aromatherapy for Stress & Sleep
May
19
4:00 PM16:00

Aromatherapy for Stress & Sleep

In this class we’ll discuss using essential oils for stress and sleep support then proceed into making blends. Participants will make an aromatic whipped butter to support them when they’re experiencing high levels of stress and a hydrolat spritzer for supporting restful sleep. All supplies will be provided.

Cost: $60. Pre-registration is required.
Registration closes 10 days before class date.

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Free Improv Comedy @ Cafe Zippy
May
19
7:00 PM19:00

Free Improv Comedy @ Cafe Zippy

Improv Comedy is a completely unscripted comedy show influenced by your suggestions. And ours is FREE! Some of the talent on our stage is from Jet City Improv in Seattle. Come laugh with us!

Some of the humor is may not be appropriate for young children, but we have many board games available to entertain them while you get your laughs!

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
19
8:00 PM20:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Village Theatre Presents String
May
20
2:00 PM14:00

Village Theatre Presents String

A brand-new story with a mythological twist, this World Premiere musical is a fun and fresh fable about fate, love, and the wonders of chocolate.

On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life. After falling out of favor with Zeus, they find themselves banished to a modern skyscraper in the mortal world. But when the eldest sister falls in love, the very fabric of the universe begins to unravel.

With a book and score by the award-winning Sarah Hammond and Adam Gwon, String takes a charming new look at the imperfections that make us human.

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Everett Comedy Night at Emory's
May
20
8:30 PM20:30

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's

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.

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Irish Sessiun
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Irish Sessiun

Every Monday Night

Basically, a session is a gathering of musicians for the purpose of  playing tunes in a relaxed, informal setting–preferably with a social beverage or two!

It is a chance to learn (and pass on) music as part of the tradition from which it has come.

The instruments that are used are particular to IRISH music. These include the fiddle, the wooden flute, whistle, button accordion, tenor banjo, concertina, & the Irish (uillean) pipes. ‘Backup’ instruments may be here on occasion, but only to support those playing melody. The Irish drum (bodhran) should be used like good perfume–lightly & sparingly!

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Holocaust Speakers: Peter Metzelaar
May
23
12:20 PM12:20

Holocaust Speakers: Peter Metzelaar

Holocaust survivors and their family members will speak about their stories of survival this spring at Everett Community College.

The speakers series, now in its 19th year, is part of EvCC’s Humanities 150D class “Surviving the Holocaust,” which includes written, filmed and personal accounts from eyewitnesses and their families. Speakers were arranged through the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle. 

The presentations are free and open to the public and are from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. at the locations noted below. No reservations are required.

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Toddler Time
May
24
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

3rd May Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 5: May 10, 17, 24 and 31

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Tankfest NW
May
26
9:00 AM09:00

Tankfest NW

  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hear the rumble and boom of vintage tanks and artillery at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum's seventh annual Tankfest Northwest event!

This action packed day boasts of fun for the entire family including military vehicle demonstrations, remote control tanks, scavenger hunt, face painting, bouncy house, tug-o-war, educational speaker, amazing food from some of the region’s top food trucks, and much more.

See amazing tanks, vehicles and artillery take to the arena in a fantastic display you can’t see anywhere else. After all, the newly named Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is the largest operational Tank and Warbird Museum on the West Coast.

Tickets:

  • Family (2 adult, 4 youth) $60
  • Adult (18+) $25
  • Youth (6-17) $15
  • Military, Veterans, and Children (5 and under) are FREE
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YogaMosa
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Ladies Night Out
May
26
6:00 PM18:00

Ladies Night Out

N.S.O. Entertainment presents Ladies Night Out! Round up the crew and enjoy soulful hits from a full line-up of R&B favorites including Michel'le, Ginuwine, Bell Biv DeVoe, Next, Hi-Five, and Troop. The evening will be hosted by comedian Nate Jackson and feature music by DJ Funkdaddy.

Keep the party going with the exclusive after-party upstairs in the conference center ballroom featuring DJ Kid Fresh (official tour DJ for Next), and cash bar! General admission tickets are only $25. A limited number of VIP tickets, which includes a private area, open bar, and passed appetizers are $75.

*Must have purchased a ticket to Ladies Night Out to attend the after-party. The after-party is a 21+ event. ID is required. 

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YogaMosa
May
27
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Wine, Women and Wealth
May
29
6:00 PM18:00

Wine, Women and Wealth

Ladies-How much of your retirement money did you lose with this last drop in the market? What about your spouse or significant accounts? Or do you even know?

Wine, Women and Wealth is a free networking group for women but different.. It is a place where we come together and meet other women who may turn out to be just like us, or a new friend or maybe even an old friend. We have a little wine, food and then we do a workshop about MONEY!

We do not teach you have to spend it, budget or sell anything during our meetings. We just talk about money. Most women do not talk about money. It was not taught to us in school, our parents didn't sit down and teach us, nor do most of us just suddenly know what to do with it. Let's enjoy some wine (we do also have non-alcoholic beverages), eat some food and learn together what money really means to us. It is a different story for each women.

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Toddler Time
May
31
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

4th May Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 5: May 10, 17, 24 and 31

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Artists' Garage Sale
Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00
Art

Artists' Garage Sale

Artist applications will be available on February 7, 2018. Thanks!

100+ artists are cleaning out their studios for this annual street sale in front of the Schack Art Center.

Free Admission / Opens at 9am

Become an art collector without breaking the bank. You'll find incredible bargains on old and new stock including glass, ceramics, watercolors, oils, acrylics, recycled art, photography, garden art and much more - all at fabulous prices.

And, be sure to invite your friends!

Artist' Garage Sale tips:

  • Cash is king. While some artists might be taking credit/debit cards or check, like any garage sale cash is the preferred form of payment.
  • Street parking is free in downtown Everett on weekends. You can also park for free at Everpark Garage, one block north of the event.
  • We always suggest coming early for the best selection and arriving later for the best deals. Every artist wants to leave with a clean booth!
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Artists' Garage Sale 2018
Jun
2
9:00 AM09:00

Artists' Garage Sale 2018

100+ artists are cleaning out their studios for this annual street sale in front of the Schack Art Center.

Free Admission / Opens at 9 am

Become an art collector without breaking the bank. You'll find incredible bargains on old and new stock including glass, ceramics, watercolors, oils, acrylics, recycled art, photography, garden art and much more - all at fabulous prices.

Location: Schack Art Center at 2921 Hoyt Ave., on the street in front of the building

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 City of Everett 125th Anniversary
Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

City of Everett 125th Anniversary

Everett turns 125 years old on May 4, 2018 and we want you to help us celebrate! The City and local partners will be hosting events throughout late spring and summer. Everett’s story is long and complex and not over by any means. We want to highlight the stories of the people who call Everett home. Whether you've been here for 100 years or 1, each individual, family, business, and organization is part of our story, and it's truly a story worth telling.

Come celebrate and learn about the many departments that make your city work! We'll have:

  • Family friendly activities
  • Photo booths
  • Face painting
  • Historical tours
  • Touch-a-truck area with exciting City vehicles!
  • Adoptable animals (including kittens!)
  • Crafts
  • Food trucks
  • Music
  • And much more!
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Music from Zach Lombardo
Jun
2
5:00 PM17:00

Music from Zach Lombardo

Join us the first Saturday of every month!

With experience in a variety of styles, Zach Lombardo’s music incorporates many techniques and influences and combines them with ear-catching melodies. Zach has been playing professionally for over ten years and has also studied music at the college level. During this time, he has had the privilege of showcasing his music on many prominent stages.

Zach's most recent EP, "Endless Surrender," was released in September 2013. In conjunction with this project, he released a video for the title track, “Endless Surrender,” directed by Spin Creative Group. Zach continues to perform regularly at various monthly venues primarily in the Seattle area.

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Toddler Time
Jun
7
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

1st June Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 6: Jun. 7, 14, 21 and 28

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Free First Thursday at the Future of Flight
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Free First Thursday at the Future of Flight

Need a fun FREE place to get out of the rain? The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour (FoF) is a fantastic indoor option!

With the Grand Lobby filled with a café and two stores (always free) it feels like a mini mall, only better because of the views.

The Aerospace Gallery has exciting exhibits and the Strato Deck offers the best plane spotting view in Snohomish County and is FREE to visit from 5 PM to 7 PM on the first Thursday of each month.

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Weekend Intro to Hot Glass
Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Weekend Intro to Hot Glass

Jun 9 & Jun 10, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-1 pm

Learn the basics of gathering, shaping, and blowing glass in this introductory course. We will establish a vocabulary about glass while using breath, heat, gravity, and simple tools to create forms.

Saturday we will work towards creating snowmen, simple flowers, and paperweights while Sunday will be dedicated to cup-making with individualized assistance from the instructor. Teamwork will be encouraged and a sketchbook will be required.

Cost: $240

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YogaMosa
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Everett Family YMCA Groundbreaking Event
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Everett Family YMCA Groundbreaking Event

  • 4730 Colby Avenue Everett, WA, 98203 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The day has finally arrived! Let's celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Everett Family YMCA and Big Brothers Big Sisters offices.

Hear from community leaders, passionate volunteers, and supporters of the project as they share the vision of this new community asset.

Light refreshments will be served.
This event is open to the public.

To learn more about this project, please visit: THENEWEVERETTYMCA.ORG

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YogaMosa
Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Everett Comedy Night at Emory's
Jun
10
8:30 PM20:30

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's

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.

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Cocktail Tuesday
Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

BARTENDING AT HOME

Our 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, with several cocktail tastings per class.

Classes take place in our distillery, from 6-7pm. Feel free to enjoy dinner in our cocktail bar before or after class. During the class only our light bites menu is available, as well as cocktails of course!

Tickets required with space limited to 24 people. Refunds are not available for this class. 
Class starts promptly at 6 pm, come early for best seats!

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Around the Artifact- P-51 vs Spitfire
Jun
12
6:30 PM18:30

Around the Artifact- P-51 vs Spitfire

  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The debate heats up as the winners of our February and March Versus debates square off for the finals- P-51 vs Spitfire! Learn about the amazing feats of technical wizardry and fearless grit of their pilots that propelled these aircraft into the history books for all time.

Doors Open: 6:00 PM for FHCAM Members / 6:30 PM for the General Public

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Toddler Time
Jun
14
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

2nd June Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 6: Jun. 7, 14, 21 and 28

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 Broadway Bootcamp: Summer Medley Workshop
Jun
18
4:00 PM16:00

Broadway Bootcamp: Summer Medley Workshop

Starts: June 18th
Ends: June 22nd
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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La Leche League: Breastfeeding Support Group
Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

La Leche League: Breastfeeding Support Group

La Leche League support group meetings provide an opportunity for both new and experienced parents to share their questions and concerns, and to talk with one another about the special joys and challenges of parenting and nursing their children.

This is a reoccurring event on the 3rd Thursday of every Month.

For more information, check out La Leche League

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Toddler Time
Jun
21
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

3rd June Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 6: Jun. 7, 14, 21 and 28

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YogaMosa
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Coffee 5k Run/Walk
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

Coffee 5k Run/Walk

 

Join us for a FUN run/walk in Everett, WA! Plus awesome coffee. After the run/walk, you will get your choice of the following at The Loft Coffee Bar! YUM!

  • 16oz Americano
  • 16oz Latte
  • 16oz Mocha

A portion of the proceeds go towards our fundraising efforts for Heifer International.

Course: The course will be along the Everett Waterfront. It is a no frills event. No official timing, but there will be a running clock.

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YogaMosa
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

YogaMosa

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!

Select Saturdays + Sundays from 10-11:30 am
Class starts promptly at 10 am, please arrive in time to get settled. Please bring your own mat!

$28* per person (includes yoga, one champagne cocktail and a small brunch)

*New Price as of April 2018

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Beasts of the Battlefield Summer Camp
Jun
25
9:00 AM09:00

Beasts of the Battlefield Summer Camp

  • Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Date Options: June 25-28 & July 30-August 2

Paul G. Allen’s Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum is pleased to announce Beasts of the Battlefield, our day camp that focuses on our operating tank and military vehicles. Campers ages 11-14 will have fun learning about the fantastic armor and military vehicle collection of world wars, tank operations, tank strategy and combat, and see our some of our featured tanks demoed just for them.

The Details

  • Date Options: June 25-28 & July 30-August 2
  • Monday - Thursday Daily from 9AM-3PM
  • Campers Age: 11-14
  • Cost: $299 for the week, due at registration
  • Registration Deadline: June 1st, 2018
  • Space is limited to 16 participants per camp
  • Sack lunches need to be brought by campers; refrigeration is available, heating is not.
  • Activities include: trying on military gear, laser tag, tour our tank maintenance shop, artifact hands on, and plastic model building.
  • Campers will receive a Beasts of the Battlefield Summer Camp T-shirt.
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Enchanted Adventures Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Enchanted Adventures Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Musical Theatre: Fairytale Musicals Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Musical Theatre: Fairytale Musicals Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Fairytale Descendants Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Fairytale Descendants Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Wrinkle In Time Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Wrinkle In Time Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Teen Improv Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Teen Improv Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $190

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Musical Theatre: Movie Musicals Workshop
Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Musical Theatre: Movie Musicals Workshop

Starts: June 25th
Ends: June 29th
Cost: $320

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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Wine, Women and Wealth
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

Wine, Women and Wealth

Ladies-How much of your retirement money did you lose with this last drop in the market? What about your spouse or significant accounts? Or do you even know?

Wine, Women and Wealth is a free networking group for women but different.. It is a place where we come together and meet other women who may turn out to be just like us, or a new friend or maybe even an old friend. We have a little wine, food and then we do a workshop about MONEY!

We do not teach you have to spend it, budget or sell anything during our meetings. We just talk about money. Most women do not talk about money. It was not taught to us in school, our parents didn't sit down and teach us, nor do most of us just suddenly know what to do with it. Let's enjoy some wine (we do also have non-alcoholic beverages), eat some food and learn together what money really means to us. It is a different story for each women.

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Toddler Time
Jun
28
9:30 AM09:30

Toddler Time

4th June Session

A fun-filled, play-based program where both adult and child can explore, create and discover together! Each series is four weeks. Held once per week for one hour. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Ages: 15 months – 36 months.
Cost: Members: $30 per adult-child pair
Non-members: $50 per adult-child pair

Series 6: Jun. 7, 14, 21 and 28

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Music at the Marina // Clinton Fearon
Jun
28
6:30 PM18:30

Music at the Marina // Clinton Fearon

This week: Clinton Fearon

Every Thursday evening from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. FREE ADMISSION! Join us for the best summer dance party with the most spectacular waterfront backdrop!

Bring a picnic, chairs or blankets (a lovely park lawn is available for picnickers). Have dinner, stage-side, at Lombardi's Italian Restaurant or from a local food truck, grab a glass of wine or beer at the Marina Beer Garden (CASH ONLY).

ADA accessible, public restrooms, dogs allowed on leash.

Washington Food Truck Association schedule + other events can be found here.

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Fused Coral Sea Bowl
Jun
30
1:00 PM13:00

Fused Coral Sea Bowl

You will be creating a beautiful sea-inspired coral bowl to adorn your tabletop.

Students will learn basic fusing concepts. You will be given tips on design and layout to create your own unique coral design.

Students will make a 10"-13" fused coral bowl using strips of glass. Additional design elements can be added with frit and nuggets.

Registration includes supplies.

Cost: $85

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Music at the Marina // Longstride
Jun
30
6:30 PM18:30

Music at the Marina // Longstride

This week: Longstride

Every Saturday evening from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. FREE ADMISSION! Join us for the best summer dance party with the most spectacular waterfront backdrop!

Bring a picnic, chairs or blankets (a lovely park lawn is available for picnickers). Have dinner, stage-side, at Lombardi's Italian Restaurant or from a local food truck, grab a glass of wine or beer at the Marina Beer Garden (CASH ONLY).

ADA accessible, public restrooms, dogs allowed on leash.

Washington Food Truck Association schedule + other events can be found here.

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Peter Rabbit & Other Fluffy Tales Workshop
Jul
2
9:00 AM09:00

Peter Rabbit & Other Fluffy Tales Workshop

Starts: July 2nd
Ends: July 6th
Cost: $150

KIDSTAGE is uniquely designed to use theatre to build critical life skills in each participant. In KIDSTAGE classes and productions, our techniques encourage creativity, collaboration, problem solving, concentration, public speaking, and a strong work ethic. While some students are on a path to Broadway, all students are improving their futures and increasing self-confidence through involvement in KIDSTAGE and our Theatre Apprentice Program (TAP).

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