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 A&E    July 3, 2019

Mukilteo resident’s work to be displayed at Rosehill

Mukilteo resident Kellye Vaughn will have her artwork on display at the Rosehill Community Center starting this July. Vaughn’s work will be on display from July 3 to Sept. 27, and there will be an opening reception Friday, July 12, from 6 to 8...

 
 A&E    May 15, 2019

MCO’s final show of the season is this Sunday

Jazz enthusiasts in the area won’t want to miss the Mukilteo Community Orchestra’s upcoming concert. The orchestra’s final concert of the season is Sunday, May 19, and is “Love that Jazz – A...

 
 By Brandon Gustafson    A&E    May 8, 2019

Steve Bertrand’s latest book covers history of neighboring Everett

Mukilteo resident Steve Bertrand is back at it again. Bertrand, well-known in the area for his poetry and history books, as well as being a longtime track and field coach at Cascade High School, will...

 

Touch-A-Truck returns May 11

Mukilteo’s 8th Annual Touch-A-Truck, Sponsored by Dwayne Lane’s is Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Avenue). Vehicles from utility and emergency departments from Mukilteo and surrounding areas...

 

Annual Easter Egg Hunt returns April 20

The 41st annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, April 20 at the Mukilteo Elementary and Olympic View Middle School fields. The annual event is traditionally organized into three different age groups: children 2 years old and younger,...

 

Young artists shine at Mukilteo Community Orchestra concert

If the Mukilteo Community Orchestra’s (MCO) most recent concert is any indication of the future of music, we are in good hands. The MCO held “The Young Artists Concert” at Rosehill Community Cen...

 

Mukilteo Community Orchestra show is Sunday

The Mukilteo Community Orchestra (MCO), in partnership with the Snohomish County Music Teachers Association (SCMTA), will present its next concert on Sunday, March 10. The Young Artists Concert will feature five student pianists, all winners of the...

 

Cascade Symphony to perform ‘Petrushka’ concert March 11

Cellist Nathan Chan will be the featured soloist when the Cascade Symphony Orchestra – under the direction of maestro Michael Miropolsky – performs “Petrushka, a Puppet’s Life,” featuring the...

 

Kamiak grads using music, holding concert, to help at-risk youth

Mukilteo locals will be center stage March 2 for “Chin Up Kid,” a concert that benefits the U-Turn program of Cocoon House, a nonprofit in Everett that serves homeless and at-risk youth in the...

 

New Future of Flight exhibit gives fun, interactive learning experience

The Future of Flight, the biggest tourist attraction in Snohomish County, has undergone many changes throughout 2018. First, in February, the Institute of Flight named a new executive director, Jeff...

 

Mukilteo Community Orchestra back with holiday show

The Mukilteo Community Orchestra (MCO) will be celebrating the holiday season at their next concert “An English Christmas” on Sunday, Dec. 16. This free concert is at 2 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Ave). Trevor Lutzenhiser,...

 

3 acts performing for annual Celtic Christmas concert

This year’s Celtic Christmas concert at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church concert, “Stille Nacht (Silent Night”) features a varied program of European- and Celtic-infused Christmas music featuring...

 

24th annual Mukilteo Christmas Concert is Dec. 6

The annual Mukilteo Christmas Concert is back for its 24th installment. This year’s show will be on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church (6215 196th St SW, Lynnwood). This concert was initiated by the late Rev. Sung Jin Ahn,...

 

The Widows Project hosting second Christmas benefit concert

The Widows Project, a Snohomish County resource for the widowed, is hosting their second Christmas benefit concert at the Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby Ave., this Sunday, Dec. 2. The concert will run from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Rolland Wright, the...

 

Diversity Commission Commission film Saturday at Edmonds Theater

Coinciding with Native-American heritage month, and the first time in history that Native-American women were elected to Congress, the Edmonds Diversity Film Series offers a free screening of the...

 

Sensory-friendly puppet show “Sea Song” at Edmonds Center for the Arts

ECA’s 2018/19 Saturday Matinees begin with a sensory-friendly production designed to be accessible to patrons of all ages with autism or other sensory sensitivities, called “Sea Song.” Developed by puppeteer Hobey Ford, the performance is a...

 

Mariner’s fall play, ‘The Will and The Spirit,’ starts this week

Mariner High School drama students are excited to present their fall production of “The Will and The Spirit,” by David Meyer. In this ghostly tale, Neal Downer doesn’t believe in ghosts and is forced to stay the night in a dilapidated mansion...

 

Mukilteo woman’s book is released

Susie Crosby, a Mukilteo resident, has released her book, “Just One Word: 90 Devotions to Invite Jesus In,” with the goal of helping Christians who don’t have much time in their busy schedule. Her book is aimed towards readers who are finding...

 

New art exhibit at Rosehill

There will be a new art exhibit to be viewed at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Ave.) starting this Saturday. The artwork of Gene Jaress will be exhibited from Saturday, Oct. 6 thru Thursday, Dec. 27. Gene Jaress has been a working artist...

 

Ex-Beacon editor hits bull’s-eye in ‘One Last Shot’

The journalists in novelist Al Hooper’s world are hardened and experienced, but their tough personas are leavened with strains of gentleness, understanding and, of course, love. All traits are on...

 

There's a new bartender in town

Marc Quinn has mixed cocktails in various venues on three continents, so he’s replaced a few bartenders. Quinn is now into his second week of bartending at the Loft on Main Street in Edmonds, which...

 

Schack's glass pumpkin patch opens Sept. 13

Fall is in the air, so it must be time for "Schack-toberfest", the Schack Art Center's annual glass pumpkin festival in downtown Everett from Sept. 13-23. This admission free, fall...

 
 By Ellen Chappelle    A&E    August 15, 2018

A sneak peek at the Edmonds Art Studio Tour

Artists in and around Edmonds are preparing to open their studio doors for the 13th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour Sept. 15-16. The free, annual, self-guided event, sponsored in part by the Edmonds Arts Festival, provides a glimpse into 15 private...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    August 9, 2018

Revamped Taste Edmonds is this weekend

Earlier this spring, the Edmonds Beacon broke the news that the Edmonds Chamber was “blowing up the Taste” for 2018. Indeed. Longtime Taste-goers might not recognize the city’s biggest event. Oh, the typical fried-food booths will be there,...

 

Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee hosts ‘The Annual Nubian Jam’

The Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee is hosting the Annual Nubian Jam Community Festival, this Saturday, July 28. The event will take place at Everett’s Forest Park (802 Mukilteo Blvd) from...

 

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