Front Porch: Clothes for Kids fundraiser Oct. 20 in Everett

Help Clothes for Kids

Clothes For Kids is hosting the first “Brew &Bluegrass” fundraiser 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Everett Yacht Club, 404 14th St., Everett.

Tickets are $25 and include five tastings of beer or root beer from local breweries Big E Ales, Ninkasi Brewing, Full Sail Brewing, Maritime Pacific Brewing, American Brewing Company, and others, as well as live music from bluegrass bands Stillwater Hill, Money Creek Mining Company, and 7 Chord Pileup. People also get to vote for their favorite brew.

A raffle with overnight getaway packages and fun day trips throughout Western Washington will be held to support the nonprofit.

To purchase your tickets, please go to our event page at Brown Paper Tickets.

Art project for kids: The Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights is asking students in kindergarten through 12th grade to submit original artwork for an exhibit recognizing International Human Rights Day on Dec. 10.

The theme is “Human Rights” and the art needs to be centered on one or more articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To read the declaration, go to tinyurl.com/UNHumanRights.

Submissions must be received no later than Nov. 1. For details, contact Andrea Pettit at Andrea.Pettit@snoco.org.

List your tree farm: To help our readers get ready for Christmas, The Herald is putting together a list of area tree farms. If you would like us to include your tree farm in our list, please send information – including hours, location, tree types, prices, phone number and website — to astewart@heraldnet.com or call 425-339-3037 by Nov. 1.

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