Reminder: Lynnwood’s Grange hosts dance, free workshop this weekend

Skandia Folkdance Society hosts a gala dance and a free dance workshop this weekend at the Cedar Valley Grange. On Friday (Feb. 1) Vinterdans will be from 8 – 11 p.m. and features music by Ben Teitelbaum and other Pacific Northwest folk musicians.  Admission is $15. At the free Saturday (Feb. 2) dance workshop for…

Clothes for Kids annual fundraising breakfast set for March 14

Clothes For Kids announced this week that its Annual Transforming Lives Breakfast will be on March 14 at the Lynnwood Convention Center.  This year’s emcee will be Jen Mueller, sports reporter and CEO of Talk Sporty to Me. The organization has served Snohomish County since 1984;  last year Clothes for Kids provided more than 4,044…

Lynnwood spray parks set to open in two weeks

It’s a sure sign of summer. The opening of Lynnwood’s two spray parks has been set for Saturday, June 5. Last year both parks were upgraded with new spray pads thanks to a state grant. North Lynnwood Park (18510 44th Avenue West) still features the familiar green dragon and Daleway Park (19015 64th Avenue West) …

Time to sign up for summer day camp

Registration is now open for summer day camp programs offered by the city of Lynnwood. Camp sessions are theme-oriented and packed with outdoor activities including arts and crafts, silly songs, lake or pool swimming, games and field trips. Pick and choose which camp and theme works best for your child. Parents can choose themes such…

Easter fun next week in Lynnwood

Plenty of Easter events in Lynnwood will keep your kids busy next week. First is the Flashlight Egg Hunt at Wilcox Park (5215 196th St SW) on Thursday, April 1. Thousands of candy-filled eggs will be placed around the park. At 8 p.m. each kid will grab a flashlight and begin the hunt. There are…

Is your teen an unsung hero?

Do you know a student who doesn’t make headlines, but should? The Lynnwood Rotary Club is looking for young people who are achieving personal success beyond academics and sports. If you know a 7th through 12th grade student who deserves to be recognized, you can nominate them for the Youth Challenege Awards. The categories are…