Edmonds’ Snohomish Slew to make Ground Frog Day prediction Saturday
This Saturday, Feb. 2 is when Edmonds’ own Snohomish Slew, the Ground Frog Day frognosticator extraordinaire, will make his annual prediction: Will the Pacific Northwest be enduring six more weeks of soggy, foggy and wet?
Join Slew and Thayer “Frog Lady” Cueter of the Edmonds-based Just Frogs Amphibian Center, for the 8th annual Ground Frog Day festivities, which are held in downtown Snohomish.
The 2013 Ground Frog Celebration and Ceremony is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Gazebo, perched over the great Snohomish River, 1st Street and Avenue A in Snohomish. Says Cueter: “The pinnacle celebration moment will be when Slew whispers his frogcast to his favorite scribe in Groundfrogese. At approximately 12:30 p.m. the gathered crowd will be ribbeted! to every transcribed word from Slew as he accurately predicts our winter weather fate for six more weeks.”