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Cultures represented by sweet treats

Take a mouth-watering journey through the history and meaning of sweets across the state of Washington at “A World of Sweets” lecture presented by the Snohomish County Arts Commission. Anthropologist Julia Harrison will lead the discussion beginn...

 

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,...

 

Cascade Valley Hospital features "Scenes of Summer" local artwork series

Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics has announced the special showing of local photographs depicting the “Scenes of Summer” that include abstract compositions by Camelia Nahlik, spectacular...

 

Local woodworking artist featured at Fogdog Gallery

Having been born into the wood-making industry, Michael Wendland, the son of a carpenter, decided that it was time to create art out of his wood. Drawing on his 35-year career as a general contractor...

 

Gallery artwork on display at local bank

(Photo, right): Claire Cundiff (left), owner of Fogdog Gallery in Arlington, and Coastal Community Bank branch manager Robin Reinig display Sue Dawson's work entitled "Lopez Sheep."  ...

 

Eagle Festival benefits from dry weather

After weeks of rain, the skies were mostly clear for the two-day Stillaguamish Valley Eagle Festival, boosting attendance and ensuring smiles as Arlington’s streets buzzed with excitement...

 

Celebrate eagles on the Stillaguamish River

Reaching from the upper north fork of the Stillaguamish River at Cicero all the way to The Nature Conservancy at Port Susan, the sixth annual Stillaguamish Valley Eagle Festival on Feb. 1 and 2 is...

 

Call for eagle photos, art, poems

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival is seeking entries for various contests and events. Photographers from across Snohomish County and Camano Island are invited to enter one photograph of an eagle for the eagle photography contest....

 

Art, photos, poems feature eagles

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival is seeking entries for various contests and events. Photographers from across Snohomish County and Camano Island are invited to enter one photograph of an eagle for the eagle photography contest. Judges...

 

Halloween fun in downtown Arlington

As Halloween approaches, the City of Arlington, along with its downtown businesses and schools, are planning a "spook-tacular" Halloween for locals. The Arlington High School FFA continues i...

 

Gallery celebrates an artful year of change, growth

It's been an eventful year for Arlington's Fogdog Gallery and its owner, Claire Cundiff. Celebrating its one-year anniversary this month, the gallery has seen impressive growth, both in its physical...

 

Walking tour of Arlington art

The Arlington Arts Council has collected more than 30 works of art over the past 10 years, all of which have been installed in public places throughout the city. AAC president Sarah Arney and other AAC members host a guided tour of the outdoor art...

 

Magic returns to Arlington gallery

  Locals don't have to travel to Las Vegas or even Seattle to enjoy world-class magic. Master magician Joey Pipia will thrill audiences with a show called "Magic Chamber: 30 seats, 60...

 

Arlington gallery celebrates its new space, expanded offerings

Claire Cundiff, owner of Fogdog Gallery, is a woman with a vision, and that vision was on dramatic display for the gallery's official grand opening in its new larger location, at 233 N. Olympic Ave....

 

Arlington crowds enjoy sunshine for Eagle Festival fun

The only bald eagle I spotted on Saturday, Feb. 4, was actually flying overhead as I made my way to Arlington for the 5th Annual Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival. But the majestic bird and his...

 

Shoppers enjoy Small Biz Saturday

After the madness of Black Friday, many local residents enjoyed a more leisurely experience as they patronized local retailers for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 26. "It's been great so far,&quo...

 

Fogdog gallery welcomes fall

As the days grow darker and shorter, Fogdog gallery turns to the comfort of creativity. Poetry events have proven popular at the downtown gallery, and on Thursday, October 27, three poets and one phot...

 

The undead walk in Arlington

The friendly streets of downtown Arlington will be overrun with flesh-eating zombies during Hometown Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 29. Well, organizers have assured us that no flesh will actually be...

 

Fogdog gallery features jewelry artist

Fogdog gallery hosts an interesting event recycled sterling silver and handmade paper jewelry created by Seattle artist Tia Kramer on Friday, Sept. 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. The gallery is located at 318 N. Olympic Ave. in downtown Arlington. Tia Kramer...

 

Trunk show unpacks at Arlington gallery

Trunk show unpacks at Arlington gallery See handmade jewelry at fogdog gallery on Friday, August 26. Beckye Randall Arts Fogdog Gallery presents its first trunk show on Friday, August 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring the unique and elegant...

 

Trunk show unpacks at Arlington gallery

Fogdog Gallery presents its first trunk show on Friday, August 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring the unique and elegant handmade jewelry of Sam Kaffine. Kaffine's creations feature sterling...

 

Arlington gallery presents poetry event

Poetry takes center stage at Arlington's Fogdog Gallery with poet Sharmagne Leland-St John headlining spoken word events August 11 and 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. The gallery is located at 318 N. Olympic...

 

Art gallery events in Arlington

Fogdog Gallery is the newest addition to Arlington's vibrant art scene, located in the heart of downtown at 318 North Olympic Avenue. Claire Cundiff, the gallery's owner and artist in her own right,...

 

Arlington welcomes art gallery

Arlington is earning a widespread reputation as a town that values the arts, thanks to its growing public art collection and the Arlington Arts Council's ongoing partnership with local businesses....

 

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