Walk or run and enjoy Mukilteo lights on Tuesday

Looking for an excuse to see holiday lights or to take a walk or run? You can do both in Mukilteo on Tuesday evening.

Stop in at He Said She Said Shop, 12199 Village Center Place, about 6 p.m. and pick up a map that has both short and long routes passing through decorated neighborhoods.

You can stroll along and enjoy the light show or run at your own pace and see them in a blur.

After the exercise part return to the shop for refreshments.

He-Said-She-Said is a retail store and more, a showcase for local artists and entrepreneurs.

For more information about the event, call 425-322-4635 or 425-330-6558 Go to www.he-said-she-said-shop.com/ for information about the store.

Herald staff

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