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A Monster Mash mother-son dance is set for 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 21 in Floral Hall at Forest Park, 802 E Mukilteo Blvd., Everett. Boys are invited to come dressed in costume with their mom, grandma, aunt or other female role model. All ages welcome. There will be dancing, activities, light refreshments and a photo booth. Cost is $29 per mother-son pair, each additional child is $6 and space is limited. To register, call 425-257-8300 ext. 2 or go to

Feral cat class: The Community Cat Coalition offers its next “Basic TNR: Trap, Neuter, Return” class, 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Everett Animal Shelter, 333 Smith Island Road. The class is free. Registration is requested. Send an email to or call Nancy at 425-330-2658.

Advocacy ideas: Hear college students who attended a leadership conference in Maryland share their ideas about “what type of advocacy really works in today’s world” at the next American Association of University Women Edmonds SnoKing branch meeting, 10 a.m.-noon Saturday in Snohomish Hall 338 on the campus of Edmonds Community College, 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood.

There also will be a raffle and used book sale. All are welcome. The meeting is free and includes refreshments. More information is at

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