Come and join us for this special event! Edmonds Community College in partnership with the VFW, the Triton Student Veterans’ Association, and other organizations on campus and in our community is hosting a Memorial Day Ceremony and Wreath Laying to honor America’s fallen service members, and to strengthen relations between Veterans, the college and the local community. The ceremony will include a ceremonial lowering of the campus flags to half-mast, a presentation in the Mukilteo Hall Black Box Theater, musical performances and a procession to the Boots to Books and Beyond Memorial for a Wreath-Laying Ceremony.
I will be there and afterwards at the reception handing out drinks to all. Please come join us and help make this celebration special!
The weather is ugly today so sitting here working on client files my mind started to wander to all the great things, activities and adventure that can be found in our great state and especially here in Snohomish County. So join me in checking out some ideas for fun stuff to do to either get out of the rain or have fun in it!
One of my favorite little cities here in Snohomish County is our spotlight home today. If you have you eaten in the town center or been down there for one of the holiday events you know why. I love Azuls.. num, num.
Mill Creek -$269,950 Rare Mill Run end unit condo w/2 car attached heated garage that has been newly update. Enjoy cooking in your new kitchen w/cherry cabinets, granite counters & loads of storage options. The slated entry welcomes you into the great room w/wood burning fireplace & the dining area w/slider on patio w/private natured serene setting. The upper level offers 2 bedrooms w/attached baths, vaulted master bedroom & balcony. Walk to trails, Town Center, Central Market, Library & all Mill Creek offers!
If you are looking for great places to take the kids don’t miss warm beach and The Lights of Christmas. We have gone the last 5 years in a row and my kids love it! Close to home and right here in Snohomish County it is sure to please.
The other day as I was driving my sons to school, my middle son was complaining that he hated this time of year and the cold and rain. He said he wished we could move from our home in Snohomish County to Arizona where Grandpa and Grandma are now and where it’s always sunny and warm (when he was younger he use to say Arizona was “shiny”) My youngest piped in and said “Oh no you better think about this! You know how mom is always saying get outside and blow some stink off? If we lived in Arizona we would never get to play XBox!
As I smiled in the front seat and tried to contain my laughter I thought yes, Arizona is nice and I do love the sunshine but, I think in the Pacific Northwest we appreciate the sun more. We search for outside activities for when it is nice outside, regardless of the time of year, so we can run out and enjoy the beauty this great state of Washington has to offer.
So I say to all of you- Go outside and blow some stink off!
And here is a great list of ideas and links from parks to hikes and everything in between.
Want more? How about the Best of Western Washington winners? For ideas on where to eat, shop and play? Check these locals out and it will be sure to be a wonderous fall!
Wow! Can you believe it’s almost the end of September? Have you seen all the Halloween stuff already in stores? Better yet for the really ambitious how about all the Christmas items? I personally am a one holiday at a time girl. Halloween goes up the 2nd week in October and Christmas not till after Thanksgiving.. one at a time please.
If you’re looking for something to do in the next few weekend here is the full line up from around the Northwest and a few great ones worth mentioning to get you started.
Fremont Oktoberfest September 19th-21st. 5-11:30. Fremont Oktoberfest has been hailed as one of the top 10 places in the world to celebrate Oktoberfest. So come raise a toast with friends to the start of fall, and the wide variety of beer flavors that come with it.
Need Fresh Fruit and veggies? The Farmers Markets are still in full swing. Bothell, Lake Stevens and Everett are on Friday the 19th and the 26th.
Speaking of Bothell its Ye’ Old Pirate Day at Country Village on Saturday the 20th.
Have you done the Puyallup yet? Or should I say Washington State Fair? If not this is the last weekend!
Now that you have filled up this weekend see whats up the last weekend of September.
The Art and Harvest Festival is happening from the 25-28 in Everett with a not to miss night of Beer and Brats.
The Everett Fall Home Show starts Friday, Sep 27, Ending Sunday, Sep 29. Go and get motivated for any and all of your remodeling projects.
Italian Festival at the Seattle Center 9/27 – 9/28
And are you wondering why I put the coffee and beer picture on? Well Monday September 29th is National Coffee day and who would we be in the Great Northwest to not recognize this day?
So after all that beer, brats, pasta and wine from the festivals you will need a break and some coffee to wake you up on Monday!
Did you know~ The month of July is Nectarine and Garlic Month? Here is a few other fun facts for July. Join in the fun and celebrate one of these National “holiday” days.
20th-National Ice cream Day
22nd-National Penuche Fudge Day
23rd-Gorgeous Grandma Day
27th- Parents Day
29th- National Chicken Wing Day
7/30- National Cheesecake Day
7/30- National Chili Dog Day
Some of these Sound Pretty Darn Tasty!
Looking for something to do? Here is just a few of the great events happening this month. For the full line up of so many great events, Farmers Market and stuff to do around Snohomish County see the website .
Snonomish Kla Ha Ya Days is going on through tomorrow
Everett Music in the Parks and Outdoor cinemas are very popular and looks like a great concert tonight down by Lombardi’s- Check out the line ups
Lake Stevens Aquafest- 25th -27th
Mount Lake Terrace- Tour De Terrace- July 25th. 20th Annual Annual is a 3 day- Seafair-Sancitioned Summer Festival
Everett-First Annual Flying Heritage Collection Skyfair! July 26th 10:00-4:00. The Flying Heritage Collection’s 1st Annual Air and Ground show.
And can you believe we are almost at SeaFair time? Wow this summer is flying.
July 26th in Seattle SeaFair Torchlight Parade starting at 7:30