The opening event of the Mukilteo Lighthouse centennial celebration, “100 Years of Light,” begins at 5:30 p.m. today at the lighthouse, 604 Front St.

The event will feature a short welcoming program. Visitors will see period costumes and a video presentation about the lighthouse. The Mukilteo Historical Society will provide refreshments.

Give your views on mental health

A state office on mental health would like to hear stories about the mental health system. Officials want to hear what works, what doesn’t and what improvements could be made.

The event will be from 3 to 6 p.m. today at the Everett Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave.

For more information, call 360-902-0870.

Learn to network at college event

Microsoft’s chief of staff for the Windows operating system division will discuss networking for career advancement and life today at the University of Washington’s Bothell campus.

Dana Manciagli will offer tips on how to enhance a career and build long-term professional relationships through effective networking.

A reception will be at 5 p.m., followed by Manciagli’s presentation at 6 p.m. in the North Creek Cafe at UW-Bothell, 18115 Campus Way NE. Admission is free.

Mountaineers offer scrambling course

Learn to navigate over snow or rocks and safely enjoy the freedom of the hills with the Everett Mountaineers’ annual scrambling course.

A free orientation will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Walter E. Hall Clubhouse, 1226 W. Casino Road, Everett. For more information, go to www.everett or call Pam Dalan at 206-295-0424.

Get in the swing of things at show

The Edmonds Arts Commission presents the Savoy Swing Club Performance Troupe and Casey MacGill and the Blue 4 Trio at 7:30 tonight at the Wade James Theatre, 950 Main St., Edmonds.

Tickets are $12 per concert, $10 for seniors and students. Call 425-771-0228 or 425-771-0230 or e-mail gillespie@ci.edmonds.

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