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Arlington’s community Halloween events return this month with family activities in the downtown area on Oct. 26 and at the Arlington Assembly church on Oct. 31.

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Marysville’s local concert series, Live at the OH, returns on Sept. 19 after its summer break to bring more music to the downtown Opera House.

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Steve Glaze found his calling as a volunteer for Sno-Isle Libraries and active member of the Friends of the Arlington Library.

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The grandstand will be bumping for five nights throughout the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe with an eclectic mix of rock, country, Christian, and hip hop performances scheduled.

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When the Tillman family started farming in the early 20th Century, they had a cow, a pig, a chicken and a big garden. As development came, they have been farming from the same location east of Arlington. 

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Avoid gridlock and parking hassles at the Evergreen State Fair by taking the bus. Community Transit this year has added additional evening trips to get both workers and fairgoers home from the Fair, which runs Aug. 23 through Sept. 2 at the fairgrounds in Monroe. 

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The award-winning cross-over artist, Janiva Magness will be featured in this year’s seventh annual Legends of the Blues concert in Arlington on Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.  

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StrutzFest is taking a break this year — instead of the two-day classic rock festival in Darrington, fans will enjoy Arlington’s own Strutz band in concert in downtown Arlington at Legion Park on Saturday, Aug. 24.  

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Arlington’s summer movie and concert series began in late June and will continue into August this year with multiple movie and music opportunities for families.

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The benefit concert Kornstalk will return to downtown Arlington from July 12 to 14 to collect food and raise funds for the Arlington Community Food Bank.

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Red Curtain announces auditions for its summer teen theater program, Summer Stars, for June 17 and 18 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Young actors ages 15-19 will rehearse for seven weeks to present a fully-staged version of the Kander & Ebb musical "Cabaret"  Aug. 9-11. Tuition for the program is $…

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Rides, vendors and food will be available at the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce’s annual Chamber Carnival which will be held June 6 to June 9 this year.

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Several local students were recognized for their artwork in Snohomish PUD’s 2019 art contest depicting ‘Energizing Life in our Communities’ or photography of ‘Energy in Action.’

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The students of Lakewood High School bring their enthusiasm and joy of dance to life in their rendition of “Footloose,” a story of a teenage boy recently relocated from Chicago trying to find his way in a small town where he finds himself at odds with most of the town, including a very influ…

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During my many years as a chef, I have spent much of my career and vacation time traveling to Belize, which is one of my favorite places. My wife’s family, as well as half my family, are from Belize, and we visit them often.

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The city of Marysville will bring back a Lego-themed day out for kids for the second year to the Marysville Opera House with ‘Ready, Set, Build!’ on April 14.

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Several breweries are coming to the downtown Marysville Opera House on April 6 as part of the third annual Marysville Brew and Cider Fest.

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Time to get your Irish on at the Third Annual Magical Strings Celtic Gala on March 15. This festive and timeless realm of Celtic music, dance, storytelling and songs will have you jigging all the way home

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