Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The Market will be open:
Thursdays from 11-5,
Friday from 10-7
Saturday from 10-7,
Sunday from 11-5
The Market features over 6,000 sq ft of arts, crafts and other surprises.
Vendors will change each week so you'll want to visit often.
Vendors are still being accepted.
Historic Downtown Snohomish
1234 First Street, Snohomish, WA 98290
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Thanks for Supporting local Community. Photo is from Erickson Creations which you will see at the Market.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Join Apothecary and Thyme, Earth Cocoon, Sharing Wheels, Anabel's Framing and Gallery, Broadway Postal Services, Broadway Hobbies who are the businesses at the "old Broadway Mall".
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
The agenda includes:
Summit from 9 a.m. to noon. Speakers and topics include:
Climate Change and Land Use--Tim Trohimovich of Futurewise
Transportation Choices--Bill Laborde of Transportation Choices Coalition
Transit Oriented Development--Sara Nikolic of Futurewise
Urban Centers--Dave Killingstad of Snohomish County PDS
County Transportation--Steve Thomsen, Director of Snohomish County Public Works
Puget Sound--Terry Williams of Tulalip Tribes
Rivers and Streams--Jamie Glasgow of Wild Fish Conservancy
Hydropower--Rich Bowers of Hydropower Reform Coalition and Dave Aldrich, Commissioner for PUD
Surface Water Management--Dave Ward from Snohomish County SWM
Rural Issues, then, now and future hope--citizen Bill Blake
Urban Issues, then, now and future hope--citizen David Allais
Snohomish County Future Perspective--Chair Mike Cooper of Snohomish County Council.
Lunch session from noon to 2 p.m. will include a free lunch, facilitated discussion rooms and informational tables to browse.
2 to 4 p.m. will be the County Council Candidate forum. RSVPs are mandatory because there is limited seating space
To RSVP, contact Kristin Kelly at email@example.com or call her at 425-923-8625.
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Sponsored by Sustainable Edmonds
Hosted at Just Frogs Too! Amphibian Center
300 Admiral Way, Suite 104 in Edmonds 425-778-8726
Sustainable Edmonds and the Amphibian Center have teamed together for September GreenDrinks Snohomish County in Edmonds. (Under Arnie's restaurant, near the beach dock just south of the ferry terminal). Food and beverages will be provided by The Cheesemonger, PCC, Gallaghers U-Brew it and others.
Be sure to bring your glass or mug so you can toast our planet "while we figure out ways to NOT toast the planet!" If you wear green you will get 10% off of any purchase in the store.
SEE YA THERE
Saturday, August 15, 2009
The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil
This 2 hour event will interweave conversation sessions into the movie showing to create a dynamic, interactive experience. We look forward to your active participation. Sponsored by Transition Everett.
There will be two showing of this Aug 22nd from 10am to 2pm at PUD Commissioner's Room Aug. 23 from 2pm to 4pm at Everett Public Library, downstairs meeting room Visit The Power of Community website for more information. See you there!
Sunday, August 9, 2009
Please encourage your contacts to take a few minutes and complete the survey.
Community Events on Reforming Health Care Rep. Larsen is working to reform health care to bring down costs for families and businesses, expand coverage and ban discrimination based on age or gender, or on preexisting conditions such as diabetes or cancer. And he is working to ensure that health care reform brings a fair deal for Washington state. Rep. Larsen will focus on health care reform at the following community events:
Larsen Hosts Health Care Town Hall in Everett
Wednesday, August 12th
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Weyerhaeuser Room, Everett Station
3201 Smith Ave.
click here for more info
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Aileen is at the heart of the Everett community from baking cookies, researching an issue, typing minutes, giving public comment, or taking a stand – she is thoughtful, always thorough and quite mischievous. Aileen also is celebrating 3 decades as a songrapher at General/Providence Hospital.
Thayer Cueter was meant to work with frogs. She was born on St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday where kids also receive frog gifts with their four-leaf clovers and leprechaun hats.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Lowell Art Works will be our Host for the new Snohomish County GreenDrinks day of the second Wednesday of the month.
Everett Shorlines Coalition would like all to celebrate this evening nearly 10 years of appeal, negotiation, endless conversations, fundraisers, tears/laughter, and a tremendous sense of accomplishment with the adoption of the Marshland Sub-Area Plan.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
By Sarah Jackson
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Saturday, June 13, 2009
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Tom Hoban of Coast Real Estate Services is a certified green commercial broker which is a new designation offered by the Commercial Broker's Association (CBA). He was one of the first three to earn this designation in Washington. Recognizing early on that sustainability begins with preservation, Coast's headquarters is located in the historic Marion Building, circa 1893. The Coast group of companies manages commercial and apartment properties, provides brokerage (sales and leasing) services, and arrangements private investments into commercial property throughout the Pacific NW and Alaska.
The Grilla Bites Organic Café in downtown Snohomish is the perfect spot for a Green Drinks gathering. The mission of Grilla Bites is to “support local environment and community while maintaining a healthy responsibility to their customers through the food they serve”.
Grilla Bites participates in the Snohomish county commerical composting program, with compostable “to go” forks and cups and offers their organic scraps (bread, chips, mulch from our juicer) to our local farms for their compost or to feed their chickens! They are a host site for Full Circle Farm CSA boxes, and always look forward to being involved in events that support local community and the environment.
Green Drink happy hour specials and deep discounts off the menu will be available plus some complimentary munchies. serving Organic wine and beer plus other beverages will be served for this special evening.
"VOTE" AS SOON AS YOU ARE DONE READING THING MESSAGE
Send your choice of day and week of the month (example 2nd Monday of the month) to Valerie Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zippy's Java Lounge is a "green business" in the heart of downtown Everett, that recycles, compost food scraps via Cedar Grove and in two "onsite" worm bins. Marilyn Rosenberg was the KSER's Voice of the Community Award Winner in 2008 as she continues to inspire and offers a community hub for people to gather and meet for work or fun via Green Everett, Fourth Corner Exhcange, Open Mic and to view progress films. Zippy's is always kid and family friendly.
Featured Artists at Zippy's this month are:Joshua Kelly showing abstract photography and Shawn Southwick who works with both oil and water color.
Zippy's is offering hot teas, snacks, and wine. THINK GREEN and BRING YOUR OWN MUG/CUP. NO MUG a $1 donation for you drinks. Order food from the menu and share.
In honor of our GreenDrinks event, Lowell Art Works is proud to present
Join us for the 6th ever GreenDrinks in Snohomish County and LAW's upcoming shows and events, and perhaps come away with some inspiration of
Jeff Hall and the Sustainable Living Institute will be host of Green Drinks at The Hogland House (Circa 1906) http://www.hoglandhouse.com for the month of September. Step back into history, and spend some time in a turn-of-the-century bed and breakfast in scenic old town Mukilteo, Washington. Enjoy comfortable vintage furniture, old-world finishes, hand-painted murals and antique collectables throughout.
Jim Staniford, owner of the Vintage Café, is our host for August Green Drinks in Snohomish County. Jim is an ardent supporter of putting streetcars back in Everett and an active downtown businessman. He is a member of the Everett Historical Commission and shows his commitment to preservation through his work on the Hove Building which was built for prominent local architect Charles Hove in 1893 at a cost of about $12,000.00. It housed the Hotel Royal for many years.
This months featured non-profit was Museum of Snohomish County History, which if all goes according to plan will soon claim as its new home the original Carnegie Library at the corner of Oakes and Wall Streets.
Jessica Pavish a Snohomish County native, has had the good fortune to visit many places all over the world and really wants to make sure that our kids (hers and yours and all the people we'll never meet, because they haven't been born yet) will inherit a planet that is as beautiful and diverse as the one we've enjoyed.
Every month people who work in the environmental field meet up at informal sessions known as Green Drinks.
We have a lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government and business. Come along and you'll be made welcome. Just say, "are you green?" and we will look after you and introduce you to whoever is there. It's a great way of catching up with people you know and also for making new contacts. Everyone invites someone else along, so there’s always a different crowd, making Green Drinks an organic, self-organizing network.
These events are very simple and unstructured, but many people have found employment, made friends, developed new ideas, done deals and had moments of serendipity. It's a force for the good and we'd like to help it spread to other cities. Contact your local node to get the latest info about coming along.