Front Porch: Visit Arlington schools

The Arlington School District is hosting a Know Your Schools event for the community Tuesday.

It starts with lunch at 11:30 a.m. with the superintendent and other administrators at the district’s administration office, 315 N. French Ave. Afterward, guests can tour several local schools to see learning in action, according to the district.

To make a reservation for the event, contact Andrea Conley at 360-618-6217 or aconley@asd.wednet.edu.

Lake Stevens business expo: The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Think Local Expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Lake Stevens High School, 2908 113th Ave. NE.

The event includes activities for children and raffles for prizes such as a scenic flight over Snohomish or an autographed Russell Wilson football. Admission is free.

Splash! It’s time again for Splash!, The Herald’s annual guide to all things summer in Snohomish County and beyond.

We’re rounding up submissions about upcoming fairs and festivals and other summer events. Want to share your event with our readers? Email jloerch@heraldnet.com to let us know when and where before April 29. Put “Splash!” in the subject line.

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