Set sail to Everett
The North Sound Cruise-In, hosted by the Everett Yacht Club, aims to bring boaters together for a fun weekend, July 30-Aug. 1, at the Port of Everett Marina.
No club affiliation is necessary. Events are open to all boaters.
Highlights include a crab derby, raffle, dinner barbecue, dingy scavenger hunt and brunch.
In Everett that weekend is a farmers market and concert series at the port. The club hopes to make this an annual event.
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call 425-512-9461.
Learn about your land: Kevin Zobrist, area Forest Stewardship educator for the Washington State University Extension Office, said a program in Maple Valley is beneficial to all folks who own forest land.
WSU Extension and the state Department of Natural Resources offer Western Washington Family Forest Owners Field Day for woodland owners.
It’s planned for July 31. Registration received before Friday is $20, for two or more $30. Same-day registration is $30, for two or more $40. Lunch is $10.
The day-long event includes workshops on managing land, cultivating mushrooms and forest safety. For more information, go to snohomish.wsu.edu or call 425-357-6017.
Support for transplant: A benefit begins at 5 p.m. Sunday at Hayley’s Bar and Grill, 1716 Hewitt Ave., Everett, to benefit Jayne Johnson, who needs a stem-cell transplant.
There will be an All-Star Pacific Northwest Jam, raffle and auction. For more information, call 425-263-9792.