Bear Dog run to benefit PAWS

If you and your pooch love a good run, then head over to Mill Creek for the Karelian Bear Dog program second annual 5K event on March 23. This 5K (3.1 miles) run/walk starts at 10 a.m. on the Everett-Seattle Interurban Trail entrance behind Department of Fish and Wildlife Regional Office, located at 16018 Mill Creek Blvd. in…

Friends of the Library present women and the Seattle Civil Rights Movement program

The Friends of the Lynnwood Library host a talk by Maria Quintana, who discuss the lives and achievements of women involved in the Seattle Civil Rights Movement via the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project at 7 p.m., March 14 at the Lynnwood Library,. The grassroots online project is an important resource for exploring…

Showcase Showdown to benefit PAWS

Showcase Showdown, a benefit for PAWS, is scheduled for March 14-16 at the Re-bar in Seattle. The burlesque game show in the tradition of The Price Is Right will be at 7:30 each evening. Audience members can come on down and win prizes after each performance, all while supporting PAWS. This fun show will be hosted…

Edmonds Unplugged to feature Cas Haley

The Edmonds Community College student activities board presents “Edmonds Unplugged,” an acoustic concert featuring Cas Haley, at 8 p.m., Fri., April 19, in the college’s Black Box Theatre. Haley will take the stage in an intense and highly personal acoustic performance with his reggae, soul, and bluesy style vocals and acoustic rhythm guitar. Raised by musician…

Night to Remember features classical/jazz artist Enrique Henao

Project Home Association presents the fourth annual “A Night to Remember” benefit featuring international recording artist Enrique Henao at 7:30 p.m., April 5 in the Black Box Theatre at Edmonds Community College. Henao is a master of classical and jazz music and is known for his soulful interpretations of flamenco and his rhythmically intense renditions…

Black Box Theatre hosts EdCC music faculty recital, St. Patty's Day Dance

The Edmonds Community College Music Department host a Faculty Recital/Flute Showcase featuring Torrey Kaminski at 2 p.m., March 10 at the school’s Black Box Threatre. The concert is open to the pubic with a suggested donation of $7. Then on March 13, the Black Box Theatre present a St. Patty’s Day Swing Dance with MoodSwings…

Black Box Theatre hosts EdCC music faculty recital, St. Patty’s Day Dance

The Edmonds Community College Music Department host a Faculty Recital/Flute Showcase featuring Torrey Kaminski at 2 p.m., March 10 at the school’s Black Box Threatre. The concert is open to the pubic with a suggested donation of $7. Then on March 13, the Black Box Theatre present a St. Patty’s Day Swing Dance with MoodSwings…

Three bands to play in benefit dance for Northwest Folklife

Allspice, Laurie Andres and Friends, and Folk Voice Band will be playing at a benefit dance for Northwest Folklife from 7-11 p.m, March 9 at the Cedar Valley Grange. Balkan, English, and Scandinavian dances will be played, plus a variety of dances from many other countries, with contra, waltz, and swing thrown into the mix….

Peter Lerangis to sign book at Barnes and Noble

Peter Lerangis, author of the children’s book Seven Wonders: The Colossus Rises, will be signing his book at 2 p.m, March 10 and the Alderwood Barnes and Noble. Seven Wonders is about an ordinary kid who must find the magic powers of a lost civilization to prevent his death. This middle grade story combines both…

Tickets for PAWS Wild Night on sale

Animal supporters are invited to join 500 of the Northwest’s most compassionate community leaders for a fun night of saving animals’ lives on April 6 at the Fremont Studios in Seattle. PAWS Wild Night features an elegant cocktail hour, a gourmet animal-friendly dinner, and exciting live and silent auctions. Tickets are $125 if purchased before…

Irish ancestry to be topic at Sno-Isle Genealogical Society meeting

If you have any Irish ancestry, you might want to check out the March 6 meeting of the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society. Ann Moloney Lamb, a retired Lake Washington School teacher, member and former vice-president of the Eastside Genealogical Society, will be talking about her research into her father’s Irish ancestors and her teaching of Irish Research Skills as well…

Local AAUW chapter to host fundraising tea March 9

The American Association of University Women Edmonds Branch will hold the Annual Tea and Fundraiser at 1 p.m. March 9 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 6215 196th St. S.W. Proceeds will benefit scholarships for local young women in the Edmonds School District, and branch activities. In addition to tea, there will be a Supercalifragilistic Vintage Fashion…

Lynnwood Convention Center hosts Euro Moto 2013

The Lynnwood Convention Center hosts Euro Moto 2013 on March 2-3. European motorsport enthusiasts can see and experience what’s new for the 2013 riding season. Some of the European brands that will be represented at the show include BMW and Ducati. There will also be demo rides available, including ones on the new Triumph, Aprilia and…

Read Across America event Saturday to support Edmonds School District libraries

The Edmonds Education Association and the Edmonds Public Schools Foundation have teamed up to create a day-long Read Across America celebration, this Saturday, March 2 — on the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The day is focused on encouraging families to read together and raising money to support Edmonds School District libraries. Read Across America activities…

Edmonds Community College celebrates Women's History Month

Edmonds Community College celebrates Women’s History Month Feb. 25-March 1 with opportunities to learn about current issues facing women and about women’s tenacity, courage, and creativity throughout history. The free lectures, panel discussions, and films are open to the public. All events, except an art gallery reception, take place in the Black Box Theatre in…

Edmonds Community College celebrates Women’s History Month

Edmonds Community College celebrates Women’s History Month Feb. 25-March 1 with opportunities to learn about current issues facing women and about women’s tenacity, courage, and creativity throughout history. The free lectures, panel discussions, and films are open to the public. All events, except an art gallery reception, take place in the Black Box Theatre in…

Skandia Folkdance Society hosts Friday dance on March 1

The Skandia Folkdance Society hosts its first Friday Dance from 7:30-11 p.m., March 1 at the Cedar Valley Grange. Ung och Yngre “Young and Younger” (Liz Gabay on fiddle and viola, Carol Olson on fiddle, Martha Levenson on fiddle and octave fiddle, and Sophia Kenzelberger on fiddle and octave fiddle) is the featured group for the evening. Lycka till…

Reminder: Fly Fishing Show sets anchor at Lynnwood Convention Center Feb. 16-17

The Fly Fishing Show will be at the Lynnwood Convention Center Feb. 16-17. The show features every form of the sport including lectures and demonstrations, a multitude of exhibitors, hands-on classes with expert fishers and an International Fly Fishing Film Festival. Chuck Furimsky, the director of the show said the event’s primary goal is to…