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Local artists participate in Fresh Paint

More than 100 artists, including several local Marysville and Arlington artists, will be at the Fresh Paint festival at the Port of Everett on Aug. 19 and 20. Artists paint, craft or sculpt at the festival so that attendees can watch live...

 

Lakewood honors Class of 2017

Lakewood High School seniors took their final steps as students as they received their diplomas at the school's graduation on June 16. The class will be the last to graduate from the current Lakewood High School, as the new Lakewood High School is sc...

 

It is time to take a stance

If you love gardening then chances are you probably also appreciate the arts and the humanities. I have always considered gardening a form of art and the warm and fuzzy feeling I get from being around plants is the same kind of feeling I receive...

 

Treasure Trove show returns to Marysville

Marysville locals brought antiques, art, blankets and other items to the Treasure Trove Antique Appraisal Show on March 4 to learn about their value and history. The fourth annual show provides locals an opportunity to bring up to two items in to...

 

Antique appraisal show returns to Marysville on March 4

Local residents can learn about the backstory of some of their favorite antiques this March as the city of Marysville’s Treasure Trove Antique Appraisal Show returns March 4. The fourth annual show allows locals to bring up to two items that will be professionally appraised for $10 per item. The...

 

Eagle Festival returns to Arlington on Feb. 3-4

Live animals, nature walks and exhibits will come to Arlington for the 10th year of the Eagle Festival on Feb. 3 and 4. "It's a fun day in the cold February centered around nature," said Sarah Lopez, recreation and communications manager for the...

 

History of Snohomish County featured on Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail is more than a recreational facility. The route played a significant role in north Snohomish County history, and those stories will be the topic of conversation Saturday, Sept. 10, when the Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission presents the Centennial Trail History...

 

Strawberry Festival begins June 11

Marysville's Strawberry Festival, the biggest family event of the year for the city, will return with numerous events from June 11 to June 19 this year. "What the festival really means is a way for the community to bond, bring them together and...

 

Local couple will have exhibit in Everett

Two local Lakewood photographers, husband and wife Bill and Marlene Fritts, will have their photographs displayed at a new exhibit in Everett through the month of April. The free exhibition open to the public is presented by the Snohomish County...

 

Garden helps community grow

The Arlington Community Garden provides a place to get involved with the community and develop your green thumb at the same time. Many of the gardeners like to be involved and help each other, said Virginia Hatch, coordinator for the Arlington...

 

Council considers changes to land-use amendment process

Arlington City Council is reviewing a proposed amendment to the city’s land-use code, to clarify the process for amendments to the comprehensive plan and development regulations, because staff became aware of some confusion and a lack of clarity in the existing ordinance. The amendment proposed...

 

Eagle Festival returns Feb. 5-6

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival will return to Arlington on Feb. 5 and 6, bringing a weekend of nature-related activities to the community. The ninth annual festival includes a chainsaw carving show, art show and contests, documentary...

 

Fall into Art Auction scheduled for Oct. 17

Arlington Arts Council's 13th annual Fall into Art Auction promises an evening of fun starting with a free glass of bubbly, courtesy Dwayne Lane's Arlington Chevrolet, and a chance to win the Early Bird Raffle for all who arrive by 6 p.m. Doors open...

 

Art comes to Legion Park

Local artists got a chance to display their artwork in downtown Arlington during the Arlington Arts Council's annual Art in Legion Park event. The event brought paintings, photography, jewelry and more to Legion Park on Sept. 12 and Sept. 13....

 

Teens help paint new Arlington mural

Teens dealing with substance abuse problems or caught up in the juvenile justice system helped make a new Arlington mural in the downtown area this summer. The teens worked with Reclaiming Future, a national organization meant to help teens in the...

 

Rants & Raves 9/2/15

RAVE: The Tulalip canoe races was a great event to watch. That was a tough but beautiful course for some, the 6- and 11-man canoes especially, with the beautiful sunset. Can’t wait for Tulalip to host again next year. RAVE: The Qwuloolt estuary restoration in Marysville seems to be a great...

 

Street Fair fills Olympic Avenue

Vendors filled downtown Arlington with homemade wooden objects, unique art and handcrafted jewelry as part of the 2015 Arlington Street Fair. The fair, put on by the Downtown Arlington Business Association (DABA), brought about 120 vendors to the...

 

Schwippert named Artist of the Year

An Arlington artist, Verena Schwippert, was honored Saturday evening as Snohomish County Artist of the Year, at Schack Art Center's H'Arts auction. She shares the honor with photographer James Arrabito, of Everett. Schwippert has been sculpting grani...

 

Eagle Festival returns to Arlington

Locals were introduced to the nature around them during the Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival which returned this year on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7 Nature-themed art, poetry and photography contests were on display in downtown Arlington at Magnolia Hall...

 

Eagle Festival returns to Arlington

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival returns this year on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7, bringing numerous opportunities to go out into nature or participate in nature art. This is the eighth year for the festival. "This is a good chance in winter to go...

 

AAC adds fun to Art in the Park Sept. 13 and 14

An intimate art show in downtown Arlington, Art in the Park is held in Legion Park on the second weekend of September each year. This year, Art in the Park has been expanded to offer more fun activities for young and old alike. Along with art and fin...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    September 3, 2014

Changing of the guard

In light of two upper level retirements, a new configuration of Arlington city government was presented for council consideration at the Aug. 25 workshop meeting. Assistant Administrator Paul Ellis announced that Finance Director Jim Chase will retire in September and City Administrator Allen Johnso...

 

Celebrate eagles during weekend festival

The annual Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival pays homage to the iconic birds of prey that nest along local rivers in the winter, taking advantage of salmon spawning runs and giving locals a good reason to bundle up and head outside with the bino...

 

Express your personal décor style with art

Decorating your personal space is an opportunity to express your personality, make a statement, tell a story. The items that surround you in your home or apartment help craft your unique environment, turning an impersonal space into a special...

 

Third Street welcomes art lovers

The owners of Marysville’s downtown stores are hosting another Art Walk tomorrow night, Sept. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m., in cooperation with the Marysville Arts Coalition. Seven merchants have cleared space to welcome local artists to set up samples of their works and greet visitors during the evening...

 

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