It takes more than lovely gardens, willing homeowners, crafty artisans, generous sponsors, gracious news sources (like the News of Mill Creek) and an enthusiastic local Garden Club to present a successful Tour—it takes YOU to buy the tickets and show up on Tour Day.
The Snohomish County Historic Preservation Commission will host “Centennial Trail History Day” on Saturday, July 21st, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on the trail. There will be activities for kids, hands-on interactive exhibits, and a chance to touch historic artifacts at six different sites.
We’re in the process of building a new home. It’s located on a now empty lot down on the water in Edmonds. At least we thought it was empty, but it turns out we have colonies of Mountain Beaver living underground on this parcel.
The Mill Creek Police Department and Snohomish County Fire District 7 will raise money for Kiwanis International’s Camp Casey by going head-to-head in an action packed soccer face off at Arena Sports on Thursday evening, July 19th.
The Northshore Senior Center will be hosting the 3rd annual Capes for Courage 5K on August 4, 2018. Runners and walkers of all abilities are invited to participate. Formerly called the Wranglers 5K Run/Walk, this event benefits the Wrangler Inclusion Program.
We just celebrated our Day of Independence. July 4, 1776, was when our ancestors declared independence from Great Britain. I got to thinking about how little our younger generation really knows about the significance of these holidays. Let’s take a look at a few.
Make this Independence Day fun and SAFE for you and your pets. Big gatherings, loud noises, and brilliant fireworks are part of the celebration – but it can be frightening for our pets. With planning and precaution, you can ensure this holiday is enjoyable for everyone.
Everybody loves hydrangeas. After the cacophony of spring has passed and all the rhodies and azaleas are out of bloom, hydrangeas pick up the baton and continue with the parade of color in our gardens.