Did you know... The Edmonds Floretum Garden Club started the hanging basket program in 1922? 97 years later they are still helping keep our City beautiful! Today we are planting 138 flower baskets! Thank you to the Edmonds Floretum Garden Club, we could not do this without you! If you are interested in sponsoring a basket or corner park there are still a few available. Call 425.771.0230 or visit us at the Frances Anderson Center. We hope you have an #edmondskindofday ... See MoreSee Less
What wonderful baskets these dedicated folks do. All of Edmonds celebrate summer with their beautiful baskets. Thank u so much
Thank you ALL for your work helping to beatify this town by the sea., the BEACH (yes, Life is a Beach), the moutains, the birds, the shore,.....and did I mention the ART!!.....................Thank you all.....
NOW OFFERING ZUMBA at the Frances Anderson Center! Wednesday's from 6:30 - 7:30 pm - May 1st - June 5th Ditch the workout and join the party. Zumba is all about the energy, the music and having fun while burning calories. Come join instructor Shannon Foran for an adventures journey around the world through exhilarating Latin music, world rhythms, West African Belly Dance, pop, you name it. You will get a workout full of high energy and easy to follow choreography and fun. No dance experience required. Bring water and comfortable cloths. REGISTER TODAY: apm.activecommunities.com/edmondsparksandrec/Activity_Search/zumba/2832... See MoreSee Less
Workshop on Controlling Aquatic Weeds in Lake Ballinger – May 29th 7PM – 8:30PMLake Ballinger has in recent years become infested with invasive aquatic weeds, including Eurasian watermilfoil, fragrant water lilies, and curly leaf pondweed. The thick aquatic plant beds that cover most of the nearshore area have negatively impacted boating, swimming, and fishing in the lake. Invasive weeds have also reduced water quality. In order to address the problem, a citizen steering committee has recommended a control plan including use of burlap bottom barriers and aquatic herbicide applied to 50% of the lake during summer 2019. The City of Mountlake Terrace is sponsoring a free, public workshop on Controlling Aquatic Weeds in Lake Ballinger. The workshop will cover:• Revisions to the 2018 aquatic weed control plan (including using a different herbicide and increasing the amount of treatment area in the lake)• How to control aquatic weeds by hand• Stopping the spread of aquatic weedsThe workshop will be held 7PM – 8:30PM on May 29th at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center (23000 Lakeview Drive, Mountlake Terrace.) For more details, please see the Lake Ballinger Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan: www.cityofmlt.com/DocumentCenter/View/18445/Lake-Ballinger-Integrated-Aquatic-Vegetation-Manageme...... See MoreSee Less
Do us a favor? We promise it won't cost you anything more than a few minutes of your time.The next time you purchase something online, please check to see if it is available on Amazon Smile. With each eligible purchase, the Amazon Smile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the item price to a charity of your choice. Please select Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation to help raise money for our programs.Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
It’s Drawing Studio tonight! Practice, practice, practice provides you more control to achieve your desired results! Just $12 a session to help pay pay for the model and cover the use of the building. ... See MoreSee Less
April 25, May 9, May 23, $35 per session. Three independent seminars which can be taken in any order to take you beyond the basics. Lightroom topics to be covered will include B&W, noise/sharpening tradeoffs, masked background tuning and plugins like Topaz monochrome and clarity. One session will be using Photoshop as a companion to Lightroom. Time will be reserved in each session for questions submitted by attendees. Prerequisites: My 3-session Lightroom Introduction class or equivalent experience (these are tips not suitable for learning Lightroom from scratch).Register here: bit.ly/2uCHZ0q... See MoreSee Less
Dont miss out on some of the GRAND classes in Art, Edmonds, Washington, Snohomish County, www.artworks-edmonds.org..............WHERE all things ART unfold! Be there......Instructor Bill Ray!
Lightroom Classic Tips and Techniques starts April 25th. Three independent seminars which can be taken in any order to take you beyond the basics. Lightroom topics to be covered will include B&W, noise/sharpening tradeoffs, masked background tuning and plugins like Topaz monochrome and clarity. One session will be using Photoshop as a companion to Lightroom. Time will be reserved in each session for questions submitted by attendees.For more info: bit.ly/2uCHZ0q... See MoreSee Less
One more show of Ripcord and I want to say how proud I am of this production and the team who made it happen both on stage, and off. We always strive for quality shows and this is about the best we've done so far (and the audience seems to agree) thanks to this wonderful group of people. We have the best group in theater anywhere. I am honored and blessed to work alongside them everyday. They (along with the audience) make it all worthwhile. THANK YOU!! Melanie ... See MoreSee Less
Amazing show. A wonderful fun night. Thank you all.
We loved the show when we saw it opening weekend!!!! Everyone was amazing!!!
Saw it tonight. It was one of the very best! Funny and emotional. Great fun!
Great job Melanie Calderwood, Susan Connors, Renée Gilbert, James Lynch, Ian Louis Wight, Lynn Jepson, Eric Lewis and everyone involved in the production. Laughed hard and often. Hope I didn't distract you. But, you were asking for it.
Before the deviled eggs on Sunday, come see these little devils try to outsmart each other in the final performances of RIPCORD. Tickets still available for tonight (at the door) and tomorrow. bit.ly/2Iuk0JL... See MoreSee Less
Taste Edmonds attracts over 40,000 people each summer. This year we're limiting the number of vendors in each category to make sure your business stands out! More info at www.tasteedmonds.com (Like, Share and TAG a business you'd like to see at Taste!) ... See MoreSee Less