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Take a smartphone quiz as you stroll the trail. If you answer every question correctly, you’ll win a prize.
Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds is celebrating its fifth anniversary with several new exhibitions.
The rustic retreat had been on this Tulalip couple’s to-do list for five years. Now, the gnomes — and the family cat — stay dry.
Fill in the blanks on eight notable buildings in Historic Everett’s coloring contest.
William Cumming’s 1941 work, showing Depression-era jobs in the Skagit Valley, can be seen at a Seattle gallery.
Holly Aprecio and the band Just One Look, led by her father, are scheduled to perform a live-streamed show Aug. 28 in Everett.
The chapter of I Support the Girls collects and distributes bras, underwear and menstrual hygiene products.
Young readers can enjoy ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in two languages at Hauge Homestead Park.
See works by Jed Dorsey, of the artistic Dorsey family, now in Edmonds and soon on Camano.
The series of baroque and classical chamber music concerts will celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday.
See new works by Alfredo Arreguín, an originator of the Pattern and Decoration style, in Langley.
The Marysville troupe plans Zoom performances of “Something Rotten!” and “Six Degrees of Separation.”
Rich Davis had never built anything before, but the shutdown left him with ample time to learn a new skill.
The nightspot was hit hard by the coronavirus epidemic. It might reopen when the county hits Phase 4 of the state reopening plan.
Lennon Wiltbank’s art adorns an abandoned, soon-to-be-demolished home and spreads joy in her neighborhood.
Aly Gustavson of Lynnwood has sold the most boxes of cookies two years in row. This year’s total? 3,500.
Edmonds’ Driftwood Players have partnered with Dandylyon Drama to offer an online summer theater program.
It’s been a long road from surgeries for frontman Clint Woodbury and probable COVID-19 bouts for the entire band.
“Hansel Gretl Heidi Günter” was going to be Jimmy Shields’ Village Theatre debut. Then the pandemic hit.
The book features work by 13 important Northwest artists who fell into obscurity after their deaths.