The Weekly Goodness: January 29th, 2018
Last week, Everett's newly elected Mayor Cassie Franklin gave her first State of Everett speech. Be in the know and keep up on where we're going as a community by giving it a listen.
Fasten your seat belts, because another airline is getting ready to start flying out of Paine Field this year. Find out more in this My Everett News' article.
Lastly, this week is your last opportunity to vote in this month's EVVY Awards for Everett's Best Date Spot! Help a buddy out and vote for you fav place to hang with your beloved.
FREE FILMS: Our Coast Community Film Series @ Everett Community College
Learn about the Puget Sound in the documentary Return of the King, Discovering the Olympic Coast, showing at EvCC Monday at 6:30 PM. It's free, family friendly, and there'll be free popcorn.
BERRY FRUITFUL: Small Fruits, Big Harvest Workshop @ WSU Everett
Learn from small fruit industry consultant Dr. Tom Walters about how to cultivate your own stock of berry-producing greenery at this workshop Wednesday at 7 PM.
WIGGLES OUT: Toddler Time @ Imagine Children's Museum
Have some weekday fun with your 1-3 year old by signing up for these weekly play-programs starting Thursday at 9:30 AM. Each month costs $30 for members and $40 for nonmembers.
LOCAL JAMS: Fisherman's Village Lineup Announcement Party @ Scuttlebutt Taproom & Brewery
Drink local beer, catch some cool bands, and find out who's playin' this year's FVMF at the 2018 announcement party Friday at 8 PM. Tickets are $10 each and can be bought online here.
GETTIN' CRAFTY: Create With Your Neighbors: Birdhouse Building @ Everett Public Library, Main
Just in time for nesting season, head to the library Saturday at 10 AM for this free birdhouse building workshop. All supplies are included, so why not get crazy with that glitter pen?
LOCAL HISTORY: Exploring Everett's Roots @ Everett Public Library, Main
After you've built a birdhouse, stick around 'til 2 PM for a free interactive talk about Everett's history with Northwest Room Historian Lisa Labovitch and Steve Fox of the Riverside Neighborhood Association and Historical Commission.
JUST LIKE A CIRCUS: The Night Circus @ Scuttlebutt Taproom & Brewery
Scuttlebutt is throwing a serious party Saturday at 7 PM to help debut their newest offering of Night Circus Coconut Coffee Ale. Yes, this is really a circus. Yes there will be fire. And yes, it's 100% free with an RSVP.