Our Towns: North County

Arlington: Community classes start in January

The city of Arlington is offering a variety of classes in January.

Classes include outdoor photography, yoga for beginners and Tahitian dance for women.

Classes cost between $12 and $90 each and are held at various locations in Arlington.

Registration is open now.

For more information and a complete class schedule, call 360-403-3448.

Camano Island: Senior center plans New Year’s ball

The Camano Senior and Community Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, plans to hold its Black and White Ball from 8 p.m. to midnight New Year’s Eve. The event is a fundraiser for the center.

The Camano Junction band is scheduled to perform.

Tickets are $15 each and include hot appetizers and a midnight champagne toast.

For reservations, call 360-387-0148.

Marysville: Notary service provided by appointment

A free notary service is provided by appointment the first Wednesday of each month at the Ken Baxter Community-Senior Center, 514 Delta Ave. in Comeford Park.

Licensed notary Ginny Weeks is scheduled to be at the center Wednesday.

Registration is required for those who need notary services.

For more information, call the center at 360-363-8450.

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