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Weekend closures at the Lynnwood Transit Center

Starting Friday, 46th Avenue West between 200th Street and the freeway access ramp will be closed on weekends for utility installation. Closures will begin at 8 p.m. Fridays and end at 4:30 a.m. Mondays. They are expected to last for about three months.

More info: soundtransit.org/LLE

New fire truck rolling into Everett

The Everett Fire Department wants people to join fire personnel for the “rolling-in ceremony” of its new ladder truck at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Fire Station 1 — 3619 Rucker Ave. Open house attendees will be able to check out the new ladder and meet fire staff.

More info: www.facebook.com/events/479250512645571

Blueberry season

Blueberries are now in season. Visit one of the many u-pick farms in Snohomish County for a day of blueberry picking.

In Monroe: Donnelley’s Riverbank Blueberries.

In Snohomish: Aarstad’s Blueberry Farm, Mountainview Blueberry Farm.

In Arlington: Hazel Blue Acres, Blueberry Acres, Whitehorse Meadows Farm.

More info: www.wablueberries.com/u-pick-farms

Vendors needed for Silvana fair

The Silvana Community Fair is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday. Vendors are needed. To learn more, go to www.silvanafair.com, and then click on vendor registration. Entry amounts are listed there. Sign ups are not accepted after today. Call 360-631-9050 ASAP to find out how to reserve a spot.

More info: Kathy Larson, 360-652-0587 or ckdeerepackers@gmail.com

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Genealogical assistance

The Sno-Isle Genealogical Society is offering free help to anyone who has hit a wall in their research, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Sno-Isle Research Library, 19827 Poplar Way, Lynnwood. An experienced researcher will work with you one-on-one to help solve your research query.

More info: 425-775-6267

Free Summer Trolley in Edmonds

The Summer Trolley runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays through August, between downtown Edmonds and the waterfront.

The trolley is an expansion of the free Edmonds Holiday Trolley that runs during the winter holiday season.

“This will be a pilot project to test the case for considering ongoing trolley service in the future, for both upcoming holiday seasons and throughout our peak summer season,” said Patrick Doherty, the city’s economic development and community service director.

The ride will make four stops. Two will be in downtown Edmonds — just west of the Salish Sea Brewing Company and in front of the Edmonds Theatre. Two more will be at the waterfront — one near the Boat Lift at the Port of Edmonds, and one in front of Cascadia Art Museum at Salish Crossing. The trolley will be on a roughly 20-minute schedule.

More info: Patrick Doherty, patrick.doherty@edmondswa.gov or 425-771-0251

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