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“Cinderella” showing in Monroe

Cascade Community Theatre is hosting performances of “Cinderella” this month at the Wagner Performing Arts Center.

The show runs through Saturday. . Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors and free for children 6 and under.

“Supporting this cast is a phenomenal ensemble of actors ranging in age from 12 to 67, hailing from across the region, from Sultan to Woodinville, Monroe to Carnation,” a news release says.

The theater is located at 639 W. Main St. in Monroe.

More info: www.cctplays.org

Film series returns to Everett library

The Critical Mass Film Series at the Evergreen Branch of the Everett Public Library will be showing “There Will Be Blood” on Wednesday.

The Paul Thomas Anderson film was selected by the Evergreen Cinema Society, which explores some of the highest-rated movies by critics.

Each session includes an introduction to the director’s work and history. The movie will be followed by a brief discussion.

The screening lasts from 1 to 4 p.m. at 9512 Evergreen Way.

OPPORTUNITY

Opening on Marysville commission

The city of Marysville is seeking applicants for a spot on the Civil Service Commission.

The committee has three members and meets monthly. The open term expires in March.

To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume by Dec. 31 to Human Services Manager Teri Lester at 1049 State Avenue.

Applicants must have lived in Marysville for three years and be registered to vote in Snohomish County.

More info: tlester@marysvillewa.gov

HEADS UP

Fire safety during the holidays

The National Fire Protection Association wants to remind you that with the holidays comes a greater risk for house fires.

More than a third of home decoration fires are started by candles, according to the group’s news release. And 42% of those fires happen because decorations are placed too close to a heat source.

To prevent any accidental flames, the association recommends turning off all string lights and decorations before leaving home or going to bed, keeping candles away from flammable decorations, testing smoke alarms and using clips instead of nails to hang lights.

More info: nfpa.org/education.

WAYS TO GIVE

Bothell firefighters collecting food and toys

Firefighters from Bothell will be driving their engine around town, asking for food and toy donations in the Skyview Area on Friday from 5 to 7 p.m.

This year, families need nonperishable foods, hygiene products like toothbrushes and toothpaste, and toys like puzzles, board games, headphones and athletic wear.

More info: www.ci.bothell.wa.us/

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