Reminder: Celebration of Food Festival coming Sunday

Food Revolution Snohomish County, a movement aimed at encouraging growing, cooking, preserving, and eating real and healthy food, for the second year is bringing the free Celebration of Food Festival to the Lynnwood Convention Center from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, May 19. “This event brings together people who are passionate about delicious, local, wholesome food,”…

Relay for Life coming to South Snohomish County on June 1

Relay For Life of South Snohomish — a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society — will kick off at noon June 1 at Edmonds District Stadium with a special Survivors Lap honoring those who have defeated cancer. Relay For Life is a unique grassroots fundraising event in which individuals and teams of participants in…

Edmonds CC Symphonic Choir concert to debut original work

The Edmonds Community College Symphonic Choir presents its spring concert 7:30 p.m. Mon., June 10, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood. The event is free and open to the public. This year, the choir will debut an original piece of music, “Sing to Me!,” composed by John Muehleisen with a poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox…

Veterans to be honored at Lynnwood Veterans Park on May 27

The Lynnwood Memorial Day program will be at 11 a.m., Monday, May 27 at Lynnwood Veterans Park. The Northwest Jr. Pipe band will play bagpipe selections before a welcome address by City Council President Loren Simmonds. VFW Post 1040 Commander Martin Spani will cite the Pledge of Alligiance and VFW Post 1040 Past Chaplain and…

Brown Bag Lecture features Eliaichi Kimaro

Filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro will speak at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 9 as part of Edmonds Community College’s Brown Bag Lecture Series. Kimaro’s presentation will be in the college’s Black Box Theatre. The lecture is free and open to the public. A first-generation American, Kimaro, goes in search of her identity. She discovers that the cycle…

Author to speak about her life as undocumented citizen

Reyna Grande, author of “The Distance Between Us” and “Dancing with Butterflies,” will talk about her life as an undocumented citizen at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 7 at Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theatre. The Distance Between Us is Grande’s personal, heart-wrenching, and ultimately triumphant memoir about her journey from Mexico to the United States as an…

Author Moskowitz to have signing on Sunday at EdCC’s Powwow

Carnation-based author David Moskowitz, author of the acclaimed book “Wolves in the Land of Salmon,” will have a book signing 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 5, during the Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association Powwow, “Teachings of the Wolves.” Also just added are the Quileute Wolf Dancers. The 28th annual event continues through May 5…

Author Moskowitz to have signing on Sunday at EdCC's Powwow

Carnation-based author David Moskowitz, author of the acclaimed book “Wolves in the Land of Salmon,” will have a book signing 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 5, during the Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association Powwow, “Teachings of the Wolves.” Also just added are the Quileute Wolf Dancers. The 28th annual event continues through May 5…

28th annual Powwow in full swing at Edmonds Community College

A large and enthusiastic crowd greeted dancers at the 28th annual Powwow Friday at Edmonds Community College. The college’s Native American Student Association is hosting the free event, which brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts in Seaview Gym on campus. Dance and drum ceremonies…

Learn more about Arab culture at Arab Fest

Are you interested in learning more about Arab culture, including language, art, music, and history? Edmonds Community College’s Arabic Club hosts an Arab Fest from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, in the lobby of Brier Hall on campus. The event is free and open to the public. There will be a number of items…

Reminder: Edmonds Community College hosts annual Powwow

Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association hosts its 28th annual Powwow, “Teachings of the Wolves,” May 3-5. The Powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts. It will be held in Seaview Gym on campus. Dance and drum ceremonies start at 7 p.m., Friday;…

Lynnwood Appraisal Roadshow coming in June

Are there things in your house that you don’t even know what they’re used for? Did Grandma tell you that precious item was given to her by someone famous? Dig out your dusty heirlooms and come see what they’re worth at the Lynnwood Appraisal Roadshow from 1-3 p.m., Wednesday, June 5 at the Lynnwood Senior…

Experience music, song and dance of the early Spanish resistance

Enjoy an afternoon of music, song and dance and the fusion made by early Spanish resistance music as expressed by Flamenco and Latin American New Song or Nueva Cancion. Local Latin American group Sin Fronteras will be joined by Local Flamenco artists from Peña Flamenco and Gustavo Lopez and Friends for a program from 4-6…

Reminder: Clothes For Kids Bowl-A-Thon will be April 17 at Lynnwood Bowl & Skate

Clothes For Kids along with the Lynnwood Chamber present the first combined Bowl-A-Thon on April 17. The event will be from 5-7 p.m. at the Lynnwood Bowl & Skate. All funds raised will directly benefit Clothes For Kids and help to provide wardrobes for more than 4,500 low-income students this school year. Tickets are $25…

Second annual Celebration of Food Festival coming to Convention Center on May 19

Food Revolution Snohomish County, a movement aimed at encouraging growing, cooking, preserving, and eating real and healthy food, brings the Celebration of Food Festival to Lynnwood for the second straight year on May 19 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. The festival is a free, family event where participants can taste, explore, and experience real food…

UW Geological Science Professor headlines Brown Bag Lecture

In honor of Earth Month: Peter D. Ward,a paleontologist and professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Washington, will talk at 12:30 p.m., April 11 at Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theater. Ward specializes in the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event (the one that killed the dinosaurs), the Permian-Triassic extinction event, and mass extinctions in general….

Musical tribute to Cascade Symphony founding conductor set for April 13

A musical tribute to the late Robert Anderson, the founding conductor and music director of Cascade Symphony for its first 30 years, (1962-92) is scheduled for 4:30 p.m, April 13 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood. Musicians will perform in memory of Anderson (1917-2012) in a free concert. There will be several small ensembles representing the…

Coming Home: Baseball's America lecture on Tuesday at EdCC

Historian Bill Woodward presents “Coming Home: Baseball’s America,” a talk about baseball’s grip on America, using metaphors of hope and homecoming to trace the history of the game and our nation at 7 p.m., April 9 at Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theatre. The lecture is free and open to the public. Woodward’s presentation is…

Coming Home: Baseball’s America lecture on Tuesday at EdCC

Historian Bill Woodward presents “Coming Home: Baseball’s America,” a talk about baseball’s grip on America, using metaphors of hope and homecoming to trace the history of the game and our nation at 7 p.m., April 9 at Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theatre. The lecture is free and open to the public. Woodward’s presentation is…

Edmonds Community College hosts 28th annual Powwow

Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association hosts its 28th annual Powwow, “Teachings of the Wolves,” May 3-5. The Powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts. It will be held in Seaview Gym on campus. Dance and drum ceremonies start at 7 p.m., Friday;…

Take a stand against racism

The YMCA invites the public to take a Stand Against Racism, a national movement of the YWCA with the goal of bringing people together to raise awareness that racism still exists. The event will be at 3:30 p.m, April 26 at the Lynnwood Civic Campus. For more information, contact Julie Moore, Community Outreach Specialist at 425-670-5023…