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Bring your family and friends and spend the day with us. Registration is open for vehicles, vendors, sponsors,and volunteers. Enjoy music food and the coolest gathering of classic, modern, antique, and just plain awesome cars, trucks, hot rods, and everything in between.

Register your vehicle for the 2018 Greenwood Car Show

Photographers Kris Sproul and Rob Tilley will be two of more than 240 artists from across the nation and Canada present their one-of-a-kind art from fine art paintings, photography, sculpture, jewelry, and artisan crafts.

www.sproulphoto.com   www.robtilleyphotos.com    www.edmondsartsfestival.com

June 4 through 30 - Ebb Pate and Rachel Muller -
Rachel Muller presents “Inspired by Ancient Egypt” with pieces reminiscent of the surviving art from tombs and monuments.
Ebb Pate
states In “A Vision Beyond”,” Since coming to the Northwest 30 years ago, I have been continually inspired by the natural beauty of where we live, and strive to express my awe through my landscapes.”

June through September - Robert E Gigliotti, Guest Sculptor.
Art is a yearning for immortality and, as such, can become a method to challenge people’s paradigms and reveal that All Is One. Art is bigger than the sum of it’s parts. The great American philosopher, Ken Wilber, said that the goal of great art is the revelation of non dual spirit. Non dual spirit means that not only are we connected but we are literally One. Quantum physics can demonstrate this. My art is an attempt to illustrate this visually. By removing elements from a scene that the mind expects to be there creates space for new insights.  www.parklanegallery.org

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Summer is right around the corner and that means it will soon be time for the free summer concert series. There will be music for all ages, every weekend beginning June 2nd through September 16th. Concerts are outdoors at the Carl S. English Gardens. Donations are welcome for maintenance of the gardens and renovations of the Locks. Concert schedule may change, so please visit our website for the most current information.

Located in Ballard on Puget Sound, this popular park offers extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. This park features two wetlands, a short loop trail, and restored the northern beach. Golden Gardens offers strolls along a rugged coastline, hikes through forest trails, sunbathing on sandy beaches, fishing from a pier and a boat launch consisting of 300' of shoreline at south end of park. The park is also home to an off-leash area for dogs in the upper northern portion of the park. Dogs are not allowed on beaches, or children's play areas in Seattle parks, per the Seattle Municipal Code.

The 20th annual Camano Island Studio Tour is here! With two weekends to enjoy this event- it makes it the perfect springtime getaway. Five new artists have joined for this year, making a total of nearly 60 artists who will be displaying their work. The artwork includes everything from textiles and sculpture to painting and ceramics. This is a self-guided tour. Click on the picture below to visit their website and you can sign up to be mailed a brochure for the tour!

Dates are: Friday, May 11th-13th, 2018 and May 19th and 20th, 2018 from 10.00 am to 5:00 pm.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and community festival are free and open to the public! However, to visit the galleries during Opening Weekend, you will need to reserve tickets in advance. This will be a fun filled two days with multiple events you will want to attend. 

Nordic Museum, 2655 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA 98107

Independent bookstores in the Pacific Northwest aren’t just brick and mortar storefronts. They are part of a thriving literary scene made up of writers, readers, librarians, and publishers. Local literary destinations for our communities.. Click here to learn more about the Independent Bookstore day and participating PNW  Bookstores.

On April 21st, 2018 the Shilshole Liveaboard Association is leading a grass roots Earth Day event focussed on:

Supporting marine life
Ocean pollution prevention and clean-up
Sustainable living
Alternative energy & transport
We will have educational booths, raffle for gifts and services from the community and more.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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