Beavers: the Best Dam Movie Ever
May
25
7:00 pm19:00

Beavers: the Best Dam Movie Ever

  • Northwest Stream Center

Sammy the Salmon is the evening’s master of ceremony and he will open the show by telling you why beaver ponds are great places for juvenile salmon steelhead and trout.

Then, you will see the 31 minute IMAX movie Beavers.

At the end of movie, Fred the Head, the skull of a 69lb. beaver, will join stream ecologist and big beaver fan Tom Murdoch who will use his telepathic powers to extract audience questions about beaver habits and habitat requirement, quickly answer those questions and share some “face to face” beaver experiences.

$3 per person, space is limited and past shows have filled up - advance registration is required by calling 425-316-8592.

Age Recommendation: This wonderful film is great for the whole family!  Attention parents: kids love this film.

More info here.

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

The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park Opens

  • The Rotary Centennial Water Playground at Forest Park

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

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

Tankfest Northwest
May
27
9:00 am09:00

Tankfest Northwest

  • Flying Heritage Collection

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

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

Veterans/Active Military get in free.

Tickets can be bought here.

Tankfest Northwest
May
27
9:00 am09:00

Tankfest Northwest

  • Flying Heritage Collection

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

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

Veterans/Active Military get in free.

More info here.

Yogamosa
May
27
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

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

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

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

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

Register here.

USA Football Regional Development Camp
May
27
10:00 am10:00

USA Football Regional Development Camp

  • Mariner High School

USA Football's Regional Development Camp Program features two days of competition, including individual drills, 1-on-1 training and 7-on-7 situations. This includes the opportunity to train with and learn from current NCAA coaches and former NFL players and coaches.

The U.S. National Team Regional Development Camps are open to current sixth through 11th graders and provide athletes with development both on and off the field and the chance to be selected for the U.S. National Team program at their age level.

Cost is $200 + processing per athlete. Registration and more info here.

Co-op Brunch!
May
27
12:00 pm12:00

Co-op Brunch!

  • Sno-Isle Food Co-op

Enjoy delicious (free!) pancakes prepared by our own staff and member-owner volunteers in the co-op classroom! We will have all organic berries, syrup, butters, and all things good!

Come enjoy a nice meal and friendly conversation with like minded community members. This event takes place every month on the third Thursday, with quarterly weekend brunch! This will be our first Saturday!

More info here.

Citrine Blues- Roy Rogers and Delta Rhythm Kings
May
27
7:00 pm19:00

Citrine Blues- Roy Rogers and Delta Rhythm Kings

  • Citrine Health

Join the passion for Blues music at Citrine Blues with Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings performing Saturday, May 27th at Citrine Health.

Citrine Blues is a benefit concert for Citrine Health; a non-profit org. that promotes women's health and offers specialized services to breast cancer survivors. Enjoy food, dancing, a live auction full of memorable items, and it's all for a good cause! Visit their website here for tickets.

USA Football Regional Development Camp
May
28
10:00 am10:00

USA Football Regional Development Camp

  • Mariner High School

USA Football's Regional Development Camp Program features two days of competition, including individual drills, 1-on-1 training and 7-on-7 situations. This includes the opportunity to train with and learn from current NCAA coaches and former NFL players and coaches.

The U.S. National Team Regional Development Camps are open to current sixth through 11th graders and provide athletes with development both on and off the field and the chance to be selected for the U.S. National Team program at their age level.

Cost is $200 + processing per athlete. Registration and more info here.

Sock Hop at Tony V's Garage
May
28
6:00 pm18:00

Sock Hop at Tony V's Garage

  • Tony V's Garage

After the Controlled Cruise on Colby, it's time to party at the Sock Hop! Enjoy live music and dancing at Tony V's Garage, a bar & grill and music venue! Admission $10.

Tickets available here. Note: If you are cruising at the Cruzin' to Colby controlled cruise, the registration bundle comes with 2 tickets to the Sock Hop!

More info here.

Cruzin' to Colby Show n' Shine
May
29
9:00 am09:00

Cruzin' to Colby Show n' Shine

  • Colby Avenue Everett, WA United States

Open to the first 800 cars, Show n' Shine is where the cars are parked, vendors are selling their wares and food, and the stage is up! 

The public is free to walk around taking a better look at the cars, talk to the owners, grab a bite to eat, buy all kinds of neat treasures vendors will be selling ...and The Wright Brothers Band and Danny Vernon Illusion of Elvis Presley tribute impersonator will be on stage!

Dress accordingly to the weather. Don't forget the sunscreen! (or umbrellas)

More info here.

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

Governor’s Summit on Career Connected Learning

  • Community Resource Center

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

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

More info here.

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

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

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

Sharing Wheels website here.

Viva Color Volunteer Mukilteo BLVD Planting
Jun
3
9:00 am09:00

Viva Color Volunteer Mukilteo BLVD Planting

  • 309 West Mukilteo Boulevard Everett, WA, 98203 United States

Join us in planting a living bouquet of more than 30,000 flowers. Equipment, refreshments and commemorative buttons will be provided. Catch the shuttle at the Olympic Business Plaza, at the intersection of Mukilteo Blvd and Olympic Blvd.

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

Artists' Garage Sale

  • Schack Art Center

Free Admission

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

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

More info here.

The Savvy Birth Workshop: An Evidence Based Birth Class
Jun
3
10:00 am10:00

The Savvy Birth Workshop: An Evidence Based Birth Class

  • Pregnancy Resource Center

This class is all about evidence based care— what it is, what it isn’t, and how to talk with your provider about it! You will also learn how to make sure your birth setting and provider will be supportive of your wishes, and how to educate yourself and gather your support team. Find out your patient rights and how to gather the information needed to make truely informed decisions.

Register here.

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

Make a Rain Barrel Workshop

  • Everett Public Works

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

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

Try Hockey for Free

  • Xfinity Arena

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

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

More info here.

"Drowning Ophelia" Book Launch
Jun
3
3:00 pm15:00

"Drowning Ophelia" Book Launch

  • The Anchor

Carolyn Agee, a local author active in the area’s poetry scene, will be hosting a book launch for her new chapbook “Drowning Ophelia”. The event will feature a spoken word Performance and Q & A with Ms. Agee.

A limited number of autographed books will be for sale. Local spoken word artist Emma B. will open.

More info here.

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

An Evening of Darkness with Crystal Desert

  • The Anchor Pub

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

Crystal Desert
Actionesse
more artists TBA

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

RSVP here.

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

Richard Porter's First Time at Black Lab

  • Black Lab Gallery

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

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

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

RSVP here.

June Create @ the Library: Clay Luminaries (Part 1 of 2)
Jun
6
2:00 pm14:00

June Create @ the Library: Clay Luminaries (Part 1 of 2)

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Light up your life with a charming clay luminary! We will use simple pinch pot and slab techniques, and embellish with stamps and other objects.   
*** This is a two part class: June 8 and June 15 from 2-3:30.

All supplies provided free of charge.
Space limited; registration is required and begins May 4th. Call 425-257-8250 with questions and to join in the fun.

Ages 12 and older may accompany a participating adult.

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

Cocktail Tuesday
Jun
6
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

GIN COCKTAILS

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

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

More info here.

 Hospitality and Tourism Hiring Event
Jun
8
10:00 am10:00

Hospitality and Tourism Hiring Event

  • WorkSource Everett Weyerhauser Room

You are invited to help us celebrate a unique Job Fair event on Thursday, June 8th, 2017. This festive event will be a great chance for you to connect and network with our job seeker community looking for job opportunities in the Hospitality and Tourism industry!

There are 30 Employer spots available. We hope that you will register soon and join us.

Register here.

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

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

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

More info here.

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

Kristin Hannah | Everett Reads

  • Everett Performing Arts Center

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

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

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

Pilchuck Audubon Program - Year of the Eagle
Jun
9
7:00 pm19:00

Pilchuck Audubon Program - Year of the Eagle

  • Everett Firefighter's Hall

Pilchuck Audubon Society's June Program Meeting will be a presentation by professional nature photographer Kevin Dbi on his new book "Year of the Eagle" which documents the lives of Puget Sound area bald eagles, how the develop and learn to fly, survive their first winter in the Upper Skagit, and learn how to hunt in the Hood Canal. Kevin's images has been included in National Geographic, National Wildlife, Smithsonian and other publications.

Yogamosa
Jun
10
10:00 am10:00

Yogamosa

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

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

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

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

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

Register here.

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

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

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

More info here.

World Wide Knit in Public Day
Jun
10
12:00 pm12:00

World Wide Knit in Public Day

  • Everett Public Library, Main & Evergreen Branch

In celebration of World Wide Knit in Public Day, we're knitting up a storm at both library locations! Come to a “Knit in” at the Evergreen Branch Library or knit at the Main Library. You may run into folks from the Snohomish County Knitters Guild!

Check out knitting & crochet books from the library’s extensive collection or thumb through our knitting magazines. This event is drop-in and no registration is required.

At both locations:
Main: 2702 Hoyt Ave
Evergreen Branch: 9512 Evergreen Way

Hands-on Candy Experiments
Jun
10
2:00 pm14:00

Hands-on Candy Experiments

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Loralee Leavitt leads experiments with candy; such as Warheads, M&Ms, and marshmallows. Have fun stirring, squashing, and submerging sweets, all in the name of science. For ages 7 to 17. To register call 425-257-8030.

World Fusion Music
Jun
10
5:00 pm17:00

World Fusion Music

  • Cafe Zippy

World Fusion Music: Raga, & Kirtan.
Richard Russell with Tabla drummer Anil Prasad

Indian ragas, devotional songs with great food, beer, wine, & espresso. All Ages are Welcome! Suggested $5-$15 donation

RSVP here.

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

EMI 5th Birthday Party

  • Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. Taproom

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

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

We have an insane lineup and Scuttlebutt's favorite special releases! Tickets are on sale here.

BANDS ANNOUNCED

MOTOPONY
Bod
Belgian Fog
Nail Houses
Steel Beans

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

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

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

Sharing Wheels website here.

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

Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

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

More info here.

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

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

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

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

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

Tickets can be bought here.

Preserve the Harvest - Jams, Jellies, & Spreads
Jun
12
6:30 pm18:30

Preserve the Harvest - Jams, Jellies, & Spreads

  • WSU Snohomish County, Extension Evergreen Room

Four different classes offered; take 1,2,3 or all 4. All on Monday evenings from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Class size for hands-on classes is limited to 16 per class to ensure a quality experience during the hands-on activities.

Jams, Jellies, & Spreads**
Learn to put 'sunshine in a jar' with fresh fruit. Demonstration and hands-on. Everyone will take home a jar of jam they helped make during the class.

**Prerequisite to Hands-On Classes
Please note there is a *pre-requisite class* that should be completed before attending any of the three hands-on classes. You should complete the 8-lesson online Preserve the Taste of Summer course offered through WSU and the University of Iowa. Cost for the complete online course is $25. For more information and to register, visit their website here.

Tickets sold here.

Seattle's “Everywhereist” Blogger Geraldine DeRuiter
Jun
13
6:00 pm18:00

Seattle's “Everywhereist” Blogger Geraldine DeRuiter

  • Everett Public Library, Main

High-trending blogger and author Geraldine DeRuiter appears at the Everett Public Library Auditorium for a free reading of her latest works.

Seattle’s DeRuiter began her travel blog in 2009, when she was laid off from her copywriting job and began blogging about her experiences while accompanying her globe-trotting husband. The blog has been a huge success, being consistently named one of the best travel blogs by travel magazines, travel websites, and mainstream media outlets like Time magazine. DeRuiter’s “Everywhereist” blog is described by reviewers as “funny,” “witty,” “warm” and “honest.” She calls it a “cuss-filled love letter” to her husband.

DeRuiter will read selected passages from her new book, All Over the Place, recently published by Public Affairs Books. She will also answer audience questions about writing, travel, and blogging.

Copies of her book will be on sale during the event.

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

June Create @ the Library: Clay Luminaries
Jun
15
2:00 pm14:00

June Create @ the Library: Clay Luminaries

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Light up your life with a charming clay luminary! We will use simple pinch pot and slab techniques, and embellish with stamps and other objects.   
*** This is a two part class: June 8 and June 15 from 2-3:30.

All supplies provided free of charge.
Space limited; registration is required and begins May 4th. Call 425-257-8250 with questions and to join in the fun.

Ages 12 and older may accompany a participating adult.

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

Corks & Canvas: Maui Painting
Jun
15
6:00 pm18:00

Corks & Canvas: Maui Painting

  • Jimmy Mac's Roadhouse

Check-In between 6:00pm – 6:30pm. Painting begins around 6:30pm. Instruction ends around 8:30. $35 advance registration only. Includes all supplies, instructions and your first glass of wine or beer. Food and additional beverages are available for purchase. Cancellation policy: No cash refunds, with 24 hr notification OK to reschedule into another event.

Register here.

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

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

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

Sharing Wheels website here.

Summer Nights at Paine Field
Jun
16
5:00 pm17:00

Summer Nights at Paine Field

  • Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour

Join us on the Future of Flight rooftop deck!

Tonight's performers are The Folsoms.

Experience the ONLY happy hour event along the Paine Field airport flightline. See planes, enjoy delicious food and drinks, and more!

Summer Nights returns every third Friday during the summer (June 16, July 21, and August 18) and is open to the public, all ages. 

Jim Page: Folk Story Teller
Jun
16
7:00 pm19:00

Jim Page: Folk Story Teller

  • Cafe Zippy

This man personifies the word ‘free-flow.’ Page takes to the mic and the song invents itself on the spot; his talent is a natural wonder.

Jim has been on the scene for more than forty years and his reputation continues to grow. He has shared the stage with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Dan Bern, Michelle Shocked, Leftover Salmon, Mickey Hart, J.J. Cale, Robert Hunter, Chuck Brodsky, and John Hammond. His songs have been performed by Christy Moore, Michael Hedges, John Trudell, The Doobie Brothers, Joanne Rand, Casey Neill, and (yes) David Soul.

$10-15 Suggested Donation

RSVP here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jun
17
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Summer Pruning Workshop
Jun
17
10:00 am10:00

Summer Pruning Workshop

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

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

Instructor:  Trevor Cameron, Sunnyside Nursery manager & Arboretum President

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Ladies Tea & Brunch
Jun
17
12:30 pm12:30

Ladies Tea & Brunch

  • The Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett

Enjoy an elegant afternoon featuring assorted tea sandwiches and desserts as well as entertainment while you relax and sip from china tea cups at beautifully decorated tables. Bring your daughters and grand-daughters!

As is our tradition, a handmade afternoon tea party hat will be given to each guest.

$20 per person, $18 each for parties of 6+

Creative Cupcakes Workshop
Jun
17
2:00 pm14:00

Creative Cupcakes Workshop

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Learn to make the best buttercream frosting and mix colors for decorating. Chef Laurie demonstrates pastry bags and pastry tips, colors and sprinkles. Decorate your own cupcake to take home! For children ages 10 – 17 years old. Please call 425-257-8030 to register.

20th Annual Dance Recital - Student Dance Performance
Jun
17
2:30 pm14:30

20th Annual Dance Recital - Student Dance Performance

  • Everett Civic Auditorium

REFLECTIONS SCHOOL OF DANCE
20th Annual Dance Recital - Student Dance Performance

For our 2017 recital we will be celebrating our 20th anniversary! We will be expressing this theme through dance and utilize the techniques all the students are learning in class.
Festival Seating - Doors open 2:30 pm

Buy Tickets at: June 10 Rehearsal & June 17 Door: $15 Adults, $12 Children under 18 & Seniors (65+)

(Children under 2 on the lap are free).

Open to the Public - All welcome! More info here.

Free Improv Comedy
Jun
17
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! This long-form troupe is made up entirely of improv professionals from 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!

RSVP here.

Kids Bike Swap
Jun
18
10:00 am10:00

Kids Bike Swap

  • Sharing Wheels

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

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

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

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

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jun
18
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Resource Days
Jun
19
1:00 pm13:00

Resource Days

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Connect with free, confidential help in the areas of medicine, healthcare, law, food, housing, and more!

Representatives from Sea-Mar Community Health Centers, Volunteers of America, and Community Health Center of Snohomish County will be waiting to see you.

First-come, first-served.

Resource Days
Jun
20
1:30 pm13:30

Resource Days

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Connect with free, confidential help in the areas of medicine, healthcare, law, food, housing, and more! Representatives from Volunteers of America and Community Health Center of Snohomish County will be waiting to see you. First-come, first-served.

Book Discussion: "Eruption : the Untold Story of Mount St. Helens"
Jun
21
6:00 pm18:00

Book Discussion: "Eruption : the Untold Story of Mount St. Helens"

  • The Everett Public Library, Main, Northwest Room

Northwest Room Book Discussion: "Eruption : the untold story of Mount St. Helens," by Steve Olson

For weeks scientists, locals, and volcano enthusiasts had been tracking the restless behavior of Mount St. Helens. While the mountain's eventual eruption was far from a surprise, the sheer intensity of it was.

In "Eruption," author Steve Olson explores the history and science leading up to the events of May 18, 1980, as well as the personal narratives of those whose lives, and deaths, were so closely intertwined with the volatile nature of the volcano. 

Join Northwest Room staff Lisa and Mindy in a discussion of this title. Copies can be checked out from the Main Library New Books shelf by the Circulation office starting in mid-May. This event will be updated when the books become available for check-out. 

Green Jelly Reboot
Jun
22
7:00 pm19:00

Green Jelly Reboot

  • Tony V's Garage

Green Jelly Returns to do the Make Up Show for April 28th
Headless Pez
The T.B.A
and guest will preform
ALL APRIL 28th SHOW TICKETS WILL BE HONORED
This will be an ALL Ages event

More info here.

Sheri Roberts Greimes
Jun
23
6:30 pm18:30

Sheri Roberts Greimes

  • Cafe Zippy

Local singer/songwriter Sheri Roberts Greimes brings her blues rock sound!

Learning to play the piano at age 3, Sheri Roberts Greimes has become a respected singer and musician throughout the Pacific NorthWest. Starting her career in piano-bars at the age of fifteen Sheri played throughout the Puget Sound Area as a solo artist and with various bands.

Suggested $5-$10 donation.

More info here.

Pacific Theater Day
Jun
24
10:00 am10:00

Pacific Theater Day

  • Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

The Pacific Theater, during World War II, was the stage for the war between the Allies and Japan. It was defined by the Allied powers' Pacific Ocean Area command, which included most of the Pacific Ocean and its islands.

Join the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum for Pacific Theater Day, an exciting day of flying and vehicle demonstrations from the war machines that operated during this historic time.

Doors open at 9 AM.

Bring the entire family for a history lesson come to life!

For more information please visit our website or call 206-342-4243

Lucas Victor Classical Guitar
Jun
24
5:00 pm17:00

Lucas Victor Classical Guitar

  • Cafe Zippy

Everett-area native, Lucas Victor, plays beautiful classical guitar music from Argentina, Spain, baroque Europe and more. This young performer was a finalist in the youth division of the Northwest Guitar Festival in 2015 and 2016.

Suggested $5-$10 donation.

More info here.

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

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

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

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

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

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

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

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

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

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Washington Connections Academy Free Family Information Session
Jun
27
6:30 pm18:30

Washington Connections Academy Free Family Information Session

  • Holiday Inn Express

The information session will provide families with an opportunity to meet with a Connections Academy teacher, thoroughly explore the school’s program and curriculum, and learn about the enrollment process. Other topics covered include: how teachers interact with students in the virtual environment, personalized learning opportunities including options for accelerated learning and gifted programs, college preparation, socialization, the role of the parent or other Learning Coach, and the use of technology.

More info and registration can be found here.

Zafakon with Special Guests
Jun
27
8:00 pm20:00

Zafakon with Special Guests

  • Tony V's Garage

Puerto Rico's #1 favorite, Zafakon, will be on tour this summer, and returning to Washington State!

They've had some amazing shows this past year including opening up for Metallica. If you didn't have the opporutnity to see them last tour, this is one night you will not want to miss.

Show is 21+, $5 Cover; additional acts to be announced!

More info here.

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

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

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

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

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

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

Kids' Nature Camp

  • American Legion Memorial Park

June 26th - June 29th

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

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

Instructor:  Arboretum volunteers

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Silent Movie and Pipe Organ Night "College starring Buster Keaton"
Jun
30
7:30 pm19:30

Silent Movie and Pipe Organ Night "College starring Buster Keaton"

  • The Historic Everett Theatre

Buster Keaton goes back to school and stages a hilarious send-up of university life in College. Keaton stars as Ronald, an idealistic freshman who attends Clayton College in pursuit of higher learning, but finds himself instead embroiled in a war of athletics as he fights for the heart of his beloved coed, Mary (Anne Cornwall). More than he had in any other feature, Keaton stretched the boundaries of solo physical comedy. In a series of unforgettable vignettes, stone-faced Ronald tries his hand as a baseball player, soda jerk, waiter, coxswain, and track star, performing each task with a steady determination but with consistently disastrous results.

More info here.

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

STEAM Camp 2017, First Day

  • Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour

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

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

More info here

Cocktail Tuesdays
Jul
4
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesdays

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

SUMMER BOUNTY

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

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

More info here.

Create @ the Library: Arts and Crafts for Adults
Jul
6
2:00 pm14:00

Create @ the Library: Arts and Crafts for Adults

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

July Create @ the Library: Mask Art
Learn about masks from around the world, explore patterning, and create your own design using multi-hued scratch art paper.

All supplies provided free of charge.

Space limited; registration is required and begins June 8th. Call 425-257-8250 with questions and to join in the fun. Ages 12 and older may accompany a participating adult.

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

I Love the 90's - The Party Continues Tour
Jul
7
7:30 pm19:30

I Love the 90's - The Party Continues Tour

  • Xfinity Arena

TLC will take the reins on a nostalgia-driven blast from the past joined by a stellar cast of 90’s hit makers including Naughty by Nature, Biz Markie, Montell Jordan, C+C Music Factory with Freedom Williams and SNAP! for a massive night of 90’s music.

use promo code GSSKATE to save $10 on tickets.

Tickets and more info here.

Taylor Xavier's Big Gay Birthday Show!
Jul
7
8:00 pm20:00

Taylor Xavier's Big Gay Birthday Show!

  • Black Lab Gallery

It's Taylor Xavier's birthday! Come help her celebrate a quarter life crisis with queer performers, musicians, and a dance party! This is an 18+ event. Tickets are $5, advance tickets will be available on May 1st. 

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to orgnizations that provide LGBTQ+ resources in Everett, WA.

More info here.

DREAMGIRLS
Jul
7
Jul 30

DREAMGIRLS

  • Everett Performing Arts Center

This powerhouse musical was a Tony and Grammy Award-winning hit on Broadway that became a Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning film sensation! Dreamgirls celebrates the advent of R&B in the 1960s with a Motown-inspired score, dynamic performances, and a moving look behind-the-scenes of the entertainment business. Experience all the onstage joy and backstage drama as an up-and-coming girl group learns hard lessons about love, trust, and what it takes to get to the top.

Showing July 7th - July 30th.

Tickets and more dates here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jul
8
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Jul
9
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

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

Hydrangeas for Summer Color

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Trevor Cameron, Sunnyside Nursery manager & Arboretum President

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Preserve the Harvest - Tomatoes, Salsa, & Relish
Jul
17
6:30 pm18:30

Preserve the Harvest - Tomatoes, Salsa, & Relish

  • WSU Snohomish County, Extension Evergreen Room

Four different classes offered; take 1,2,3 or all 4. All on Monday evenings from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Class size for hands-on classes is limited to 16 per class to ensure a quality experience during the hands-on activities.

Tomatoes, Salsa, & Relish**
Learn the proper way to preserve tomatoes and tomato products. Demonstration and hands-on. Everyone will take home a jar of salsa they helped make during the class.

**Prerequisite to Hands-On Classes
Please note there is a *pre-requisite class* that should be completed before attending any of the three hands-on classes. You should complete the 8-lesson online Preserve the Taste of Summer course offered through WSU and the University of Iowa. Cost for the complete online course is $25. For more information and to register, visit their website here.

Tickets sold here.

Summer Nights @ Paine Field
Jul
21
5:00 pm17:00

Summer Nights @ Paine Field

  • Future of Flight Aviation Center

Join us on the Future of Flight rooftop deck!

Experience the ONLY happy hour event along the Paine Field airport flightline. See planes, enjoy delicious food and drinks, and more!

Summer Nights returns every third Friday during the summer and is open to the public, all ages. 

If you have questions, please contact membership@futureofflight.org or 425-438-8100 x247.

Tickets can be bought here.

FHC SkyFair 2017
Jul
22
10:00 am10:00

FHC SkyFair 2017

  • Flying Heritage Collection

Fly-by the line with FHC SkyFair presale tickets! 

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

More info here.

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

Try Hockey for Free

  • Xfinity Arena

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

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

More info here.

Silent Film - Intolerance
Jul
22
7:00 pm19:00

Silent Film - Intolerance

  • The Historic Everett Theatre

D.W. Griffith's epic intercuts between four separate stories about man's inhumanity to man. In Babylon, pacifist Prince Belshazzar is brought down by warring religious factions. In Judea, the last days of Christ (Howard Gaye) are depicted in the style of a Passion play. In France, Catherine de Medici presides over the slaughter of the Huguenots. And in California, a woman (Mae Marsh) pleads for the life of her husband (Robert Harron) when he is sentenced to hang for a murder he did not commit.

More info here.

Waterfront Concert: BB King's Blues Band
Jul
29
4:00 pm16:00

Waterfront Concert: BB King's Blues Band

  • Boxcar Park

Everett Music Initiative and Scuttlebutt Brewing are proud to present a new waterfront concert featuring a day of music at Boxcar Park, featuring headlining act BB King's Blues Band!

This event will offer a Scuttlebutt beer garden with multiple taps, wine and food trucks will be there by 4pm!

Full details here. Tickets sold here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Aug
1
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

MARTINI 101

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

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

More info here.

Kids Day Out!
Aug
5
10:00 am10:00

Kids Day Out!

  • Xfinity Arena

You've been asking for an all ages event, and here it is!! Kids Day Out in Paradise is coming to you August 5 from 10am to 2pm!! Only $5 entry (kids under 2 are free). We also have a very special guest joining us from 11-1, and we couldn't be more excited! Please join us in saying "Aloha" to the Polynesian Princess from Enchanting Events!

She'll be available for pictures, autographs, playing games, and more! We even heard she might have Maui's hook!! Plus FREE face painting, crafts and of course plenty of time for mom & dad to shop! You don't want to miss this event!

More info here.

Preserve the Harvest - Pickling & Fermenting
Aug
14
6:30 pm18:30

Preserve the Harvest - Pickling & Fermenting

  • WSU Snohomish County, Extension Evergreen Room

Four different classes offered; take 1,2,3 or all 4. All on Monday evenings from 6:30pm-9:00pm. Class size for hands-on classes is limited to 16 per class to ensure a quality experience during the hands-on activities.

Pickling & Fermenting**
Learn how to make crisp, tasty pickles along with the art of fermentation. Demonstration and hands-on. Everyone will take home a jar of pickles AND a jar of sauerkraut they helped make during the class.

**Prerequisite to Hands-On Classes
Please note there is a *pre-requisite class* that should be completed before attending any of the three hands-on classes. You should complete the 8-lesson online Preserve the Taste of Summer course offered through WSU and the University of Iowa. Cost for the complete online course is $25. For more information and to register, visit their website here.

Tickets sold here.

Summer Nights at Paine Field
Aug
18
5:00 pm17:00

Summer Nights at Paine Field

  • Future of Flight Aviation Center

Join us on the Future of Flight rooftop deck!

Experience the ONLY happy hour event along the Paine Field airport flightline. See planes, enjoy delicious food and drinks, and more!

Summer Nights returns every third Friday during the summer (June 16, July 21, and August 18) and is open to the public, all ages. 

If you have questions, please contact membership@futureofflight.org or 425-438-8100 x247.

Tickets can be bought here.

Fresh Paint
Aug
19
10:00 am10:00
Art

Fresh Paint

  • Port of Everett Marina

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

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

More info here.

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

Evergreen Arboretum: Shade Gardening

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Marylou Hart, Master Gardener

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

Fresh Paint
Aug
20
10:00 am10:00
Art

Fresh Paint

  • Port of Everett Marina

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

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

More info here.

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

Golden Lecture: Mixed Media

  • The Schack Art Center

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

FREE Literature and samples.

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

More info here.

European Theater Day
Aug
26
10:00 am10:00

European Theater Day

  • Flying Heritage Museum, Paine Field

The European Theater of World War II was a huge area of heavy fighting across Europe, from Germany and the Soviet Union's joint invasion of Poland in 1939, until the end of the war.

Join us for an unforgettable day of flying and vehicle demonstrations from the war machines that operated during this iconic time! Bring the entire family to experience history come to life! 

As always the flying demonstration will be free to the public. To enjoy festivities inside of the museum and on our ramp, general museum pricing applies.

Vehicles Operating: Hetzer, 88mm Gun, Kubelwagen
Aircraft: Mosquito, Bf-109, FW 190, Spitfire, IL-2, P-51, Hurricane
Movie in FHCAM Theater: Sound of Music

More info here.

 Lions 73nd Annual Fishing Derby for the Blind
Aug
27
5:00 am05:00

Lions 73nd Annual Fishing Derby for the Blind

  • Everett Yacht Club

Once again the Everett Central Lion’s Club is sponsoring our 73rd Annual Salmon Fishing Derby for the Blind, Sunday August 27, 2017. The Derby is being held this year at the 14th Street Dock, Gate 1, North Fuel Dock / Dock A, at the Everett Yacht Club.

We will be meeting at the Everett Yacht Club starting at 5:00 AM, and assisting with the boat loading between 5:00 to 5:45, with the goal to get all the boats out on the water by 6:00 AM. We will also be on hand to assist with unloading at 11:00AM. A continental snack breakfast “to go” will be provided to take out on the boat. Lunch will be served during the awards ceremony from 12:00pm to 1:00pm, at the Everett Yacht Club.

More info and registration here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Sep
2
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Sep
3
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Sep
5
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

INFUSION 101

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

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

More info here.

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

Randy Oliver - Reading the Combs

  • Snohomish County PUD Theatre

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

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

More info here.

Fall Perennial Color
Sep
16
12:00 pm12:00

Fall Perennial Color

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE

Instructor:  Janel Garnett, garden designer

Meet in the Horticulture Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Oct
3
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

BARTENDING AT HOME

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

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

More info here.

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

Evergreen Arboretum: BulbFest

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

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

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

More info here.

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

Putting Your Garden to Bed

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

Instructor: John Marsh, Master Gardener

Meet in the Horticultural Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Oct
28
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Oct
29
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Nov
4
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Nov
5
4:00 pm16:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Nov
7
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

FALL FLAVORS

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

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

More info here.

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

Evergreen Arboretum: Conifers for Year-Round Interest

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

Instructor:  Sandy Milam, award winning container designer

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

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

Evergreen Arboretum: Holiday Workshop for Kids

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

Instructor:  Hap Wertheimer

Meet in the Horticultural Portable at the Evergreen Arboretum

More info here.

Cocktail Tuesday
Dec
5
6:00 pm18:00

Cocktail Tuesday

  • Bluewater Organic Distilling

HOLIDAY SPIRIT

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

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

More info here.

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga
Dec
30
10:00 am10:00

Indoor Paddleboard Yoga

  • Forest Park Aquatic Center

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

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

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

Boards provided by Hydrology Stand Up Paddle.

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

More info here.

OrcaCon 2018
Jan
12
Jan 14

OrcaCon 2018

  • Delta by Marriot North Everett

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

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

More info here and here.


4th of July Planning Meeting - All Volunteers Kick-Off Meeting
May
25
6:30 pm18:30

4th of July Planning Meeting - All Volunteers Kick-Off Meeting

  • Carl Gipson Senior Center

This is the first meeting to coordinate with volunteers. Last year we had approximately 90 volunteers, we would like to have close to that same amount this year. The volunteers helped make last year's parade a great success!

We need volunteers to help with various jobs, such as:

  • Check parade entries in before the parade
  • Walk with the parade as Parade Ambassadors (Marshals)
  • Help foster communication through HAM radio
  • Help parade entrants find their place in the staging areas
  • Help the parade entries get back to their cars and buses safely before leaving town
  • Track equipment and supplies
  • Pull the water wagons and distribute water along the parade route

If you would like to volunteer, please RSVP to OEM, Rachael Doniger. You can also register online here.

Share with Your Mayor
May
24
6:30 pm18:30

Share with Your Mayor

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Community members are invited to join Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson for an informal discussion. This is part of an ongoing conversation series, occurring every other month, alternating between the two branches of the Everett Public Library.

Share with Your Mayor offers residents and business owners an additional opportunity to get updates from Mayor Stephanson about happenings in the city of Everett, including City projects and community developments. Attendees will also have the chance to ask questions and share feedback.

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

Emory's Favorites Winemaker Dinner

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

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

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

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

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

Purchase tickets here.

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

Holocaust Survivor Forums: Speaker #4

  • Everett Community College, Jackson Center Wilderness Room

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

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

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

More info here.

Spring Career Fair
May
24
10:00 am10:00

Spring Career Fair

  • Everett Community College

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

Location: Walt Price Student Fitness Center

Beauty and the Beats Industry Night
May
23
9:00 pm21:00

Beauty and the Beats Industry Night

  • The Anchor

The Anchor Pub is excited to bring you Beauty and the Beats Industry Night every Tuesday starting at 9pm. Hosted by the one and only Michael Henry. DJ Nick Pax will be spinning all your favorite music throughout the night. Fool's Gold Entertainment take the stage at 9:30pm and are ready to turn the party. We have some amazing bartenders serving your favorite drinks and the kitchen will be open incase you get hungry. Come on out and, bring your friends and let's party!

All ages until 11pm!!

RSVP here.

Trivia with Ty
May
23
3:30 pm15:30

Trivia with Ty

  • Lazy Boy Brewing Company

Your music round is Seattle bands, British Invasion 3.0, 80s New Wave, and Girl Bands. Jakes Dogs will be here!

RSVP here.

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

Anchor Painting at Emory's

  • Emory's on Silver Lake

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

RSVP here.

Resource Days (Main Library)
May
22
1:00 pm13:00

Resource Days (Main Library)

  • Everett Public Library, Main

Connect with free, confidential help in the areas of medicine, healthcare, law, food, housing, and more!

Representatives from Sea-Mar Community Health Centers, Volunteers of America, and Community Health Center of Snohomish County will be waiting to see you.

First-come, first-served.

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

Everett Comedy Night at Emory's on Silver Lake

  • Emory's on Silverlake

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

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

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

Tickets can be bought here.

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

Shankar Mahadevan Live in Concert

  • Xfinity Arena

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

More info here.

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

Sharing Wheels Kids Bike Volunteer Work Party

  • Sharing Wheels

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

Sharing Wheels website here.

Free Improv Comedy
May
20
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! This long-form troupe is made up entirely of improv professionals from 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!

RSVP here.

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

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

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

Full details here.

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

The Golden Paw Gala

  • Everett Golf and Country Club

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

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

Chemistry for Teens and Tweens
May
20
2:00 pm14:00

Chemistry for Teens and Tweens

  • Everett Public Library, Evergreen Branch

Christine Longdon brings another fantastic Grinnin’ Fish science program to the library. Students utilize the scientific method, learn to make plastic from milk, and make Elephant’s toothpaste. 

For youth ages 11-16 years old. Call 425-257-8010 to register.

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

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

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

Full details here.

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

Sip, Style & Profile - An Event for Single Ladies

  • Bayside Bed & Breakfast

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

More info here.

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

Evergreen Arboretum: Great Plant Picks

  • American Legion Memorial Park

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

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

Instructor:  Dode Carlson, Master Gardener

Meet at the Evergreen Arboretum at Arboretum Front Entrance

More info here.

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

Sesame Street Live "Elmo Makes Music"

  • Xfinity Arena

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

Full details here.

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

22nd Annual Paine Field Aviation Day

  • Snohomish County Paine Field Airport : KPAE

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

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

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

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

More info here.

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

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

  • The Historic Everett Theatre

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

Tickets here.