Happy Friday everyone! I hope this weekend is a great one for you. Here is a bit of Real Estate News from one of my Real Estate Partners in Title.
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Finally thinking of what to do?
If your staying local The Taste of Edmond’s is always a favorite and starts today at 11:00 am.
Head on out to the races the Nascar 150 is Saturday at the Evergreen Speedway.
Time to vrrrrrooom into the weekend!
Kla Ha Ya Days – Snohomish’s old Fashioned Summertime Festival ends this weekend and is packed full of fun. If your coming in the morning Saturday I will be there from 10-12. Stop by and say “HI” at the REMAX booth for some great goodies we have to give out and a chance to win a great raffle prize!
And when you head out from there how about a bite? The Bite of Seattle that is.
Its a great weekend to get out doors. Whatever you decide to do make it a great one!
Arlington– Saturdays 10 am – 3 PM
July 11th – Sept. 26th
200 N. Olympic Ave
Bothell– Fridays 12 pm – 6 pm
June 6th- Oct. 3rd
23718 Bothell Everett Hwy
Edmonds- Museum Garden Market
Saturdays 9 am- 2 pm
May 3rd- June 21st
5th Ave N. & Bell St.
Everett– Sundays 11 am- 4 pm
May 18th – Oct 5th
1600 W. Marine View Drive
Lynnwood– Thursday 3 pm- 7 pm
June 4th – Sept 24th
609 Front St.
Mukilteo– Wednesdays 3 pm- 7 pm
June 4th- Sept 24th
609 Front St.
Snohomish– Thursdays 3 pm- 7 pm
May 7th- Sept. 24th
1st and Cedar- Historic Downtown Snohomish
Stanwood/Port Susan– Friday- 2 pm- 7 pm
June 20th- Aug 29th
8825 Viking Way
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Starting your own vegetable garden is a great way to celebrate Earth Day and provide healthy produce for you family. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you get started this year:
The cost of solar power has dropped over the last decade and may be within reach for many middle-class homeowners who previously were priced out. Here are a few things to consider when buying and selling a home with solar.
For more information on solar power, go to energy.gov, and in your community check with your local utilities district.
Go Enjoy this Earth day (week) with a few happenings
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival would be a great way to reflect on the beauty of our earth. Still here till the 30th. www.tulipfestival.org
24th – Arcade Lights Festival. www.pikeplacemarket.org
24-25th – LeMay Wine & Chocolate Affair www.lemaymarymount.org
24-26th – Cherry Blossum Festival www.seattlecenter.com
24-26th – Evergreen State Spring Carnival www.evergreenfair.org
Don’t forget Thursday April 23rd is take your Son’s and Daughters to work day and Friday is Arbor Day.
Did you know? St. Patrick wasn’t Irish. (His parents were Roman citizens living in either Scotland or Wales.)
Well this holiday may not be true to history and most likely Americanized but, we still like to have fun and celebrate! If your are you looking to get out on this very green day check out this Snohomish County lineup of food fun and of course beer! All Irish of course.
Be safe, have fun and may the luck of the Irish always be with you!
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!