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Darrington: Raise funds for remodel

Skit and Joke Night is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at the Mansford Grange, 1265 Railroad Ave.

The event is a fundraiser for the grange remodeling project. A dessert social is planned for intermission.

More info: 360-436-2107.

Everett: Public hearings set on rezone

The city has scheduled a public hearing on the Evergreen Way Revitalization Plan at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the City Council Chambers, 3002 Wetmore Ave.

The hearings are on a package of ordinances the City Council is considering that would change zoning along the Evergreen Way Corridor, the multi-family property tax exemption and environmental policy regulations.

The proposed ordinances, plan, proposed zoning regulations, maps of the proposed rezones and the environmental addendum are all available for viewing at the City of Everett Planning Department web page at

Comments can also be submitted in writing to the address above or via email to Jim Hanson at

Lynnwood: Kids’ clothing sale Saturday

A baby and children’s clothing sale is planned Saturday to raise money for families with twins or other “multiples.”

The Snohomish County Mothers of Multiples fundraiser is set for 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Edmonds Community College, Seaview Gym, 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood.

Items such as baby and child clothing, maternity clothes, shoes, furniture and toys will be sold at deep discounts, organizers said.

Parking is free. People must pay in cash or with a personal check with a valid ID.

More info:

Marysville: Craft, garden show Saturday

The Ken Baxter Community Center plans to host a Spring Craft and Garden Show on Saturday. More than 40 vendors from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. are set to sell hand-made gifts for the garden, Mother’s Day, pets, children and more. Donations of pet food will be collected for the food bank at the event.

The center is located at 514 Delta Ave.

More info: 360-363-8450.

Earth Day event planned at Harborview Park

The Allen-Quilceda Watershed Action Team is planning to host a free Earth Day event at Harborview Park in Marysville on Saturday.

People of all ages are invited to stop by from 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to learn about how they are connected to their environment. Participants also can help restore Allen Creek by planting trees. The first 200 participants get an Earth Day T-shirt.

This service site, Qwuloolt Marsh, is where Sound Salmon Solutions and Tulalip Tribes are working together to remove invasive species and replant the area with native species. The closest approximate address is 4800 60th Ave. NE.

More info: Stephanie Leeper, 425-328-9205 or

Oak Harbor: Bridges close early Sunday

State highway crews plan to close Highway 20 for 30 minutes Sunday morning while Whidbey Island Marathon runners cross the landmark Deception Pass bridges.

The bridges are expected to be closed to vehicle traffic from about 7:15 to 7:45 a.m. between Ducken Road and Rosario Road. Drivers should watch for runners and additional traffic on the island.

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