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Edmonds: Pancake breakfast Saturday

The Sons of Norway has scheduled a pancake breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Edmonds Masonic Center, 515 Dayton Street. Breakfasts are a hearty portion of Norwegian pancakes with strawberries and syrup, ham, juice, coffee tea, and milk. Admission is $7. Kids under 5 eat free.

Proceeds from the breakfast events support the Edmonds Food Bank, “Ski for Light” outings for mobility and sight impaired skiers, a $1,000 continuing education scholarship for a graduating high-school senior and the Sons of Norway Foundation, a world-wide organization that supports disaster relief and educational opportunities.

More info: http://XRL.us/EdmondsSons

Marysville: Parents workshop on June 5

Marysville Parks and Recreation is offering a workshop called, “Twelve Ways to Avoid Power Struggles” taught by nationally recognized parent educator, Penny Davis.

The workshop aims to teach positive parenting techniques and provide new tools to encourage children to be more self-directed, respectful and responsible.

The class is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. June 5 at the Ken Baxter Community Center, 514 Delta Ave. Cost is $25.

For registration details, call 360-363-8400 or register online at marysvillewa.gov.

Terrace: Library book sale is June 8

The Mountlake Terrace Library plans to hold an open house and used book sale June 8.

The sale runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the open house from noon to 2 p.m. with light refreshments, children’s activities and a tour of the many services available at the library.

The Mountlake Terrace Library is located at 23300 58th Ave. W. in Mountlake Terrace next to where the old City Hall used to be.

More info: 425-776-8722

Mukilteo: Register for Night Out

Folks who want to host a block party in Mukilteo as part of National Night Out should register now.

The event is set for 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 6 Police plan a central event at the local YMCA but will help people prepare for block parties as well.

Night Out urges neighbors to work together to combat crime.

More info: For activities in Mukilteo email C.Kang@ci.mukilteo.wa.us or call 425-263-8100.

Stanwood: City reduces event fees

People planning special events in Stanwood, such as car shows, fun runs or parades, should note that the city has changed its policies regarding the use of public streets, parks and police involvement. In March, the City Council adopted a policy for calculating charges for city services needed for special events and for reductions in those fees in exchange for city sponsorship.

The council wants to support and encourage special events that bring people to town, city officials said.

City sponsorship can mean a reduction of up to 75 percent of fees for events that attract 1,000 people or more, and a reduction of up to $325 for smaller events. To get city sponsorship, event planners must include the city logo on event signs, posters and advertising.

More info: Call Corinne Schakel, city permit specialist at 360-629-2181.

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