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Published: Saturday, August 10, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Front Porch: Street Tune pianos are back

Pianos are back
Old pianos decorated by artists have popped up on the streets of downtown Everett. They are tuned up and ready for anyone to play, until the art project ends on Aug. 28.
"We want everyone to participate in our interactive art project and make Everett Street Tunes a memorable summer experience," said Carol Thomas, Everett cultural arts manager. "Street Tunes has been so successful the last few summers, attracting attention to local businesses and creating music throughout the city that we have added eight more pianos this year."
This year's artists are: Melana Bontrager, Amber Forrest, Si Newland, Anna Mastronardi Novak, Cassandra Reed, Jeromy Sawdon, Cathy Tanasse and Alexander Vincini.
For piano locations and more info go to www.enjoyeverett.org. See a gallery of photos of the pianos at www.HeraldNet.com.

Picnic in Edmonds: The Old Settlers Picnic of South Snohomish County and North King County will start at 11 a.m. Sunday at stove No. 2 at Edmonds City Park, Third Avenue S. and Howell Street. Bring a picnic lunch. Coffee and tea are provided.

AARP defensive driving course: The Ken Baxter Community Center is taking registrations for an upcoming defensive driving course open to adults age 55 and above. Cost is $12 for current AARP members and $14 for non AARP members.
This two-day classroom course is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 14-15. Class will be held at Marysville Fire Station 66 in Marysville. For more details or registration, call 360-363-8450.

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