Don’t miss the Edmonds Museum’s big Birthday Party Nov. 8
All the scarecrows popping up around Edmonds were inspired by the Edmonds Museum’s Scarecrow Festival. Voting continues through Oct. 30 and winners in each of the three categories — (1) businesses in the Bowl, (2) businesses outside the Bowl and (3) residences — will be announced Friday, Nov. 8 at the Museum’s Heritage Days benefit dinner auction.
The dinner speaker is Rick Steves, author, television personality, and owner of Edmonds-based “Europe Through the Back Door,” who will share his perspectives on growing up in Edmonds.
The event, which runs from 5-9 p.m. Nov. 8, will include a catered buffet dinner; wine and appetizers; raffles and a silent auction that includes gift baskets, artwork and vacation packages; live music throughout the reception; and an opportunity to learn more about the work of, and the future plans for, the Museum. The location is Holy Rosary Parish Center, 630 7th Ave. N., Edmonds. Ample parking is available.
Cost of the dinner is $50 per person; you may also buy a table of 8 for $400. Purchase tickets online at historicedmonds.org or by calling 425-774-6507. If you have an item to donate to the auction or want to volunteer, call 425-774-0900.