The Arlington Arts Council will again host art, photography and haiku contests relating to nature as part of this year’s Eagle Festival.
The continuation of Arlington’s farmers market during the holiday season provides the fresh, locally grown produce and more that residents can use to enhance their holiday meals.
After missing a year due to the pandemic, the concerts, animals, races, carnival rides, games, and food that provide a great finale to the summer are back.
Charitable-minded fairgoers in July donated thousands of pounds of food and personal care items to Snohomish County-area food banks that continues an Evergreen State Fair tradition.
An eclectic lineup of musical acts ranging from country music to contemporary Christian to country to mariachi are on tap to perform at the Evergreen State Fair Grandstand.
Evergreen State Fair officials are encouraging fairgoers to evaluate their potential risk of exposure to COVID-19 before visiting knowing vaccines remain the best protection from COVID-19. Visitors attending the Evergreen State Fair can help by wearing masks indoors, practicing social distan…
Arlington painter Ann Davenport will make her fourth appearance at the Fresh Paint Festival for Artists at Work that takes place Aug. 21 and 22. She will be demonstrating how she creates her paintings while selling her paintings to festivalgoers.
Arlington High School’s drama department is holding a drive-in event for their first feature-length film with their showing of War of the Worlds this month.
New property includes expanded main casino and entertainment venue, new Food Hall with enhanced dining experiences and multi-story parking garage
Make Marysville shine and join in the merriment as we bring the holiday celebration home this year. Marysville residents, organizations and businesses are invited to take part in transforming Marysville into a magical community of lights.
A variety of dragons have just flown into downtown Arlington to be part of an interactive public art adventure with its own website, SuddenlyDragons.com, during the month of August.
Marysville's Fourth of July event will not be able to return this year due to COVID-19 but the city is still planning virtual celebration items for the community to enjoy.
Sno-Isle Libraries will now provide everyone who registers online for a Sno-Isle Libraries library card with immediate and uninterrupted access to Overdrive digital materials and all other digital services.