"In Our Shoes: Form, Function, & Fashion 1790-1970," a new history exhibit curated by the Everett Museum of History, features more than 90 shoes worn by Snohomish County men, women, and children for recreation, work, and fashion.
Local residents could be getting a renovated library within the City of Mill Creek, a demonstration library project in the 128th Street/Mariner High School area, and another brand-new facility southeast of Mill Creek according to a plan unanimously approved by Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees at the regularly scheduled July 25th meeting.
For some fun, local family time this summer, head to Thornton A. Sullivan Park at Silver Lake on Thursday mornings from July 14th through August 18th for Everett’s “Music in the Parks – Children’s Series.”
Looking for some local family fun this summer? Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy a movie on the park lawn at Thornton A. Sullivan Park (Camp Patterson Field) at Silver Lake on Friday evenings from July 22nd to August 19th.
Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are plenty of other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows to cap off your 2016 Independence Day.
Think summer reading is lazing under a tree as a warm breeze turns the pages for you? Well, could be, but the Sno-Isle Libraries, “Explore Summer – Read, Learn Discover” program is aimed at youth from tiny to teens and has something more competitive, energetic and probably louder in store.
Many of us associate the summer months with visits to a local farmers market. The City of Mill Creek is currently working with the Mill Creek Town Center Business Association to come up with a suitable location to hold a farmers market in Mill Creek. In the meantime, here are nine local markets you might want to visit in the coming months:
The Everett Police Department informed the public that the missing Everett High School student, 16 year-old Nanci Lorza-Liera, was found uninjured and returned to her family on Saturday, March 19th. She was reported missing by her family on March 17th.
The Interagency Bomb Team is investigating an object designed and staged to look like an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) that was left at an Everett bus stop on Wednesday, March 9th. Rucker Avenue was closed for about three hours during the incident.