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Sound Transit schedule changes

Seahawks fans won’t be taking the Sounder train to the game against San Francisco on Sunday.

Sound Transit canceled game day service because of the late kickoff time. The 5:20 p.m. start doesn’t allow for enough time for crews to rest before Monday’s commuter service.

Additional bus service will be available Sunday.

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New Year’s Eve dance

The Carl Gipson Senior Center is inviting folks to a New Year’s Eve dance with live music and refreshments.

The dance is from 1 to 3 p.m Dec. 31 at 3025 Lombard Ave.

The event is free for members, and tickets are $3 for non-members.

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New Year’s Day peace walk

Join folks in Index on New Year’s Day for the Caroll Cochram Annual Peace Walk.

The event starts at 12:30 p.m. and walkers will organize at the Doolittle Park pavilion.

The Seattle Peace Chorus Action Ensemble will lead the walk with songs.

Doolittle Park is at 308 Fifth St.


Lynnwood seeks commission members

Six city of Lynnwood boards and commissions are looking for new members.

Applications are being accepted for current or upcoming openings on the arts commission, the history and heritage board, the human services commission, the parks and recreation board, the planning commission and the ethics board. No formal experience is required.

City boards and commissions are voluntary advisory groups and usually meet once a month.

Applicants must live in Lynnwood or nearby areas and be registered to vote.

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Snohomish networking

The city of Snohomish is introducing Engage Snohomish, a monthly networking opportunity to create meaningful business connections. It’s scheduled for the third Wednesday of every month at a rotating location, starting in January.

Everyone is welcome to the free mix-and-mingle gathering. There are no speakers or pitches. Attendees can sign up for a raffle or donate for a giveaway.

Events are from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Dates and locations include: Jan. 15, Double Barrel Wine Bar, 108 Ave. A; Feb. 19, Looking Glass Coffee, 801 First Ave.; SnoTown Brewery, 511 Second St.; Blanc and Rouge, 801 First Ave.

More info: Call 360-282-3176 or email

Youth soccer in Marysville

Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation invites boys and girls ages 7 through 14 to participate in a spring soccer league.

Practices begin the week of April 13, with games kicking off the week of May 4. Registration costs $75 per player. Participants must register by Feb. 14.

Volunteer coaches are always needed.

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