Thanks to organizer of Snohomish Candlelight Riverwalk

As we enjoy the Christmas season in Snohomish, I would like to recognize and commend Karen Guzak and her volunteers for creating the annual Snohomish Winter Solstice Candlelight River Walk!

It’s a lot of work to create the lights that line the walk, but it makes a wonderful fairyland of light for the darkest evening of the year. This Dec. 21 will mark the 14th year we have been treated to this beautiful event along our waterfront.

Last year was very cold, but very well attended and all are welcome!

So thank you, to Karen Guzak and her elves! We are fortunate to have such a dedicated group of citizens in our town!

If you are looking for a way to spend the 2018 Winter Solstice, come to Downtown Snohomish between 4 and 7 p.m. and experience a bit of magic!

Lanni Johnson


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