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Seattle, WA -- Mar 4, 2019

|Swiss cheese lovers rejoice!|Join Fire and Scrape for raclette every other Thursday night at Ridgecrest Public House in Shoreline. Catch a cheap movie across the street at Landmark's Crest Cinema Center. More at: www.fireandscrape.com ... See MoreSee Less

|Swiss cheese lovers rejoice!|

Join Fire and Scrape for raclette every other Thursday night at Ridgecrest Public House in Shoreline.  Catch a cheap movie across the street at Landmarks Crest Cinema Center.  More at: http://www.fireandscrape.com

Seattle, WA -- Mar 26, 2019

Get ready to roll those cash register forward on April 1st. Local sales tax increases from 10.3% to 10.4%. #edmondswa #salestax #edmondschamber Edmonds Downtown Alliance DEMA Downtown Edmonds Merchants Association My Edmonds News Edmonds Beacon ... See MoreSee Less

Get ready to roll those cash register forward on April 1st.  Local sales tax increases from 10.3% to 10.4%.    #edmondswa #salestax #edmondschamber Edmonds Downtown Alliance DEMA Downtown Edmonds Merchants Association My Edmonds News Edmonds Beacon

Seattle, WA -- Mar 20, 2019

Edmonds Underwater Park Viz Report for March 20, 201925-30 feet ... See MoreSee Less

Seattle, WA -- Mar 26, 2019

Holding your cell phone while driving is dangerous and illegal. Stay safe by keeping your eyes on the road and off the phone.Shoreline Police will join law enforcement agencies across the state in conducting extra distracted driving emphasis patrols March 28 - April 14. ... See MoreSee Less

Holding your cell phone while driving is dangerous and illegal. Stay safe by keeping your eyes on the road and off the phone.

Shoreline Police will join law enforcement agencies across the state in conducting extra distracted driving emphasis patrols March 28 - April 14.
Salt & Iron: Oysters and Steak Salt & Iron: Oysters and Steak is with Ciara Linayao Leckie and 3 others.
Salt & Iron: Oysters and Steak

Seattle, WA -- Mar 26, 2019

Four years ago we threw open the doors and welcomed Edmonds into our exciting steak and oyster house - here’s to many many more years to come! 🥂 ... See MoreSee Less

Four years ago we threw open the doors and welcomed Edmonds into our exciting steak and oyster house - here’s to many many more years to come! 🥂

Seattle, WA -- Mar 26, 2019

Soup Du Jour - Chicken Coconut LimeDrink of the Day - Pama Breeze $8Lunch Special - Cajun Lobster Panini $14.99 ... See MoreSee Less

Seattle, WA -- Mar 25, 2019

Director Eric Lewis shared this one from a recent dress rehearsal of Ripcord by David Lindsay-Abaire and if you haven't read the script this has got to leave you scratching your noodle, huh? 😂🤔 ... See MoreSee Less

Director Eric Lewis shared this one from a recent dress rehearsal of Ripcord by David Lindsay-Abaire and if you havent read the script this has got to leave you scratching your noodle, huh? 😂🤔

Seattle, WA -- Mar 25, 2019

We have a few spaces remaining in tomorrow's FREE Caregiving and the Arts: A Silver Kite Workshop (NEW DATE) workshop! Led by Silver Kite Community Arts, LLC, this interactive workshop is designed to support family and professional caregivers - exploring both how to use the arts as a tool for respite from caregiving, and how to incorporate arts engagement into caregiving practice. RSVP at www.ec4arts.org. ... See MoreSee Less

Seattle, WA -- Mar 25, 2019

It’s the last few days of this exhibit! The Bookies, a group of book artists that meet monthly at ArtWorks, have their work on display at Frances Anderson Center in Edmonds until March 27th. These books were made by 9 of the artists. This display includes a variety of binding methods and mixed media with collage. We hope you get a chance to see this exhibit! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s the last few days of this exhibit!  
  The Bookies, a group of book artists that meet monthly at ArtWorks, have their work on display at Frances Anderson Center in Edmonds until March 27th.  These books were made by 9 of the artists.  This display includes a variety of binding methods and mixed media with collage.  We hope you get a chance to see this exhibit!

Seattle, WA -- Mar 24, 2019

When you see that claw drop with that prize you’ve been trying for 😍 ... See MoreSee Less

When you see that claw drop with that prize you’ve been trying for 😍

Seattle, WA -- Mar 23, 2019

Whiskey barrel #3 now available!! Sunday tasting room hours 1-6pm. 48 bottles left😉 ... See MoreSee Less

Whiskey barrel #3 now available!! Sunday tasting room hours 1-6pm.  48 bottles left😉

 

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Montah hope you are well- can’t get the whiskey to your side of the globe🙁 maybe some day we will sip on some together!

Oooooohhhh whiskey.... are you allowed to import to Australia? Was going to send you some Tasmanian sloe gin, but we cant import to USA...

Seattle, WA -- Mar 23, 2019

Congratulations to our friends from Office of Arts & Culture Seattle for a fantastic Grand Opening: ARTS at King Street Station and Yəhaw̓ Show - Indigenous Creatives. We are thrilled to see another beautifully restored historic building become an arts and culture hub for the community! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to our friends from Office of Arts & Culture Seattle for a fantastic Grand Opening: ARTS at King Street Station and Yəhaw̓ Show - Indigenous Creatives. We are thrilled to see another beautifully restored historic building become an arts and culture hub for the community!

Seattle, WA -- Mar 23, 2019

This Friday, March 29th, we will be conducting our meeting in reverse with the speech evaluations being presented *before* the speakers. It's always a lot of fun and keeps everyone on their toes. Join us this Friday at 7:00 AM at the Pancake Haus in downtown Edmonds! ... See MoreSee Less

This Friday, March 29th, we will be conducting our meeting in reverse with the speech evaluations being presented *before* the speakers. Its always a lot of fun and keeps everyone on their toes. Join us this Friday at 7:00 AM at the Pancake Haus in downtown Edmonds!

 

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Always fun!

One of my favorite types of meetings.

The Phoenix Theatre, WA The Phoenix Theatre, WA is with James Lynch.
The Phoenix Theatre, WA

Seattle, WA -- Mar 22, 2019

In just ONE WEEK we'll see them in action! Ripcord by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Eric Lewis, still has some great seats available for opening weekend! "Marilyn is a garrulous optimist who insists she never gets angry. Abby’s a misanthropic loner who’s afraid of nothing. Forced to room together in their retirement home, these two adversaries wager over who moves out and who gets the bed by the window. When their slightly sadistic practical jokes propel them into a skydiving challenge, they learn something about grabbing life and living fully that most people half their ages never understand."​Adults $25 Sr/Student/Military $20 ... See MoreSee Less

In just ONE WEEK well see them in action! Ripcord  by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Eric Lewis, still has some great seats available for opening weekend! 
Marilyn is a garrulous optimist who insists she never gets angry. Abby’s a misanthropic loner who’s afraid of nothing. Forced to room together in their retirement home, these two adversaries wager over who moves out and who gets the bed by the window. When their slightly sadistic practical jokes propel them into a skydiving challenge, they learn something about grabbing life and living fully that most people half their ages never understand.

​Adults $25 Sr/Student/Military $20

 

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Tickets: https://phoenixtheatreedmonds.secure.force.com/ticket#details_a0S2A00000UqqD2UAJ

Can't wait!

Seattle, WA -- Mar 22, 2019

"Above all, Steves told us, do not be afraid. The people of the world are wonderful, and the planet we share is spectacular. But the only way to really understand that is to go and see it for yourself. So go." A fascinating profile in The New York Times of ECA's friend and supporter and everyone's favorite travel guru, Rick Steves. ... See MoreSee Less

Above all, Steves told us, do not be afraid. The people of the world are wonderful, and the planet we share is spectacular. But the only way to really understand that is to go and see it for yourself. So go. A fascinating profile in The New York Times of ECAs friend and supporter and everyones favorite travel guru, Rick Steves.

 

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Is this an Allegra ad?

Best cover ever!

So awesome!

listening to your European podcast now .

So true

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Seattle, WA -- Mar 22, 2019

It’s Fri-YAY!🤪 Kick off your weekend with our 4-hour unlimited pass! Enjoy unlimited use of all attractions plus 20 tokens for just $39.99+tax pp! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s Fri-YAY!🤪 Kick off your weekend with our 4-hour unlimited pass! Enjoy unlimited use of all attractions plus 20 tokens for just $39.99+tax pp!

Seattle, WA -- Mar 21, 2019

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Unless it’s a child- you have to raise that human...,

Applicable to so much more than art!!! Good advice.

Seattle, WA -- Mar 21, 2019

It's a great evening to stop by Epulo Bistro with friends or family and share some small plates before your entrees. Our Wagyu Meatballs and Seasonal Bibb and Beet Salad are great starters. Only @epulo #downtownedmonds ... See MoreSee Less

Its a great evening to stop by Epulo Bistro with friends or family and share some small plates before your entrees. Our Wagyu Meatballs and Seasonal Bibb and Beet Salad are great starters. Only @epulo #downtownedmonds

 

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Love them both!!!

The best salad is worth the trip!

Seattle, WA -- Mar 21, 2019

CITY SEEKS TWO AT-LARGE MEMBERS FOR CREATIVE DISTRICT ADVISORY COMMITTEEAt-Large Members Will Join Representatives from Arts, Culture, Business and Civic Organizations (Edmonds, WA) - On the heels of Edmonds’ successful selection as Washington State’s first certified Creative District late last year, the City is now establishing a Creative District Advisory Committee to provide insights, advice and recommendations on implementing the Creative District five-year work program. Up to 19 members of the community will comprise the Advisory Committee, representing arts, cultural, business, civic, educational and governmental organizations, seven of whom will be directly appointed by City Councilmembers. Two of the members will be at-large, representing residential interests and business interests, respectively. The two at-large members must be Edmonds residents and will be appointed by Mayor Earling through an application process. The Committee is expected to meet monthly for the first four to six months, then bimonthly thereafter. Second Thursday evenings from 5:00 to 6:00 pm are the anticipated meeting times. “The Creative District designation is a major boost to our efforts to attract creative-sector businesses to Edmonds,” stated Economic Development and Community Services Director Patrick Doherty, “and I look forward to working with the Advisory Committee to explore and implement strategies to maximize its economic impact on our community.” In addition to attracting business and growing the local economy, the Creative District designation will help further the City’s on-going efforts to strengthen the arts and culture sector, as well as give momentum to capital projects, such as the Fourth Avenue Cultural Corridor. “Arts and culture have been important to the Edmonds for more than a hundred years and designation of our downtown as the State’s first Creative District is a wonderful honor which reflects the community’s commitment to cultural arts,” remarked Edmonds Arts and Culture Manager Frances Chapin. “I really look forward to working with this multidisciplinary Advisory Committee to further our goals and objectives, helping enhance Edmonds’ role as an arts and culture center.” Those interested in applying for either at-large residential or at-large business position are requested to submit a brief cover letter explaining their interest in serving and specify in which at-large capacity you wish to serve, along with your résumé. Questions may be submitted to Patrick.doherty@edmondswa.gov. Please submit your letter and résumé by 4:30 p.m., Monday April 1st to Edmonds City Hall, 121 5th Avenue North, Edmonds, WA 98020, or via email to Patrick.doherty@edmondswa.gov ... See MoreSee Less

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