Scene in Edmonds: Ribbon cut for Cascadia Art Museum

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As son Nick looks on, Cascadia Art Museum founder Lindsey Echelbarger is assisted by Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling in cutting the ribbon to officially open the museum Saturday. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
Cascadia Art Museum President Lindsey Echelbarger, right, and Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling after the ribbon is cut Saturday. (Photo by Larry Vogel)

Mayor Dave Earling and Cascadia Art Museum President Lindsey Echelbarger opened the museum to the public with a ribbon cutting Saturday morning. All advance timed tickets for Saturday were sold out, but there were openings available on a first-come-first-served basis. Learn more here.

Mayor Dave Earling and Cascadia Art Museum President Lindsey Echelbarger cut the opening ribbon, with interim director Elizabeth Martin-Calder’s assistance. In back from left: Caitlin and Nicholas Echelbarger with their daughter Helen, board member Janette Turner, Carolyn Echelbarger, board members Philip Grad, Marni Muir, and Gary Faigin.
Earling and Echelbarger prepare, with interim director Elizabeth Martin-Calder’s assistance. In back, from left: Caitlin and Nicholas Echelbarger with their daughter Helen, board member Janette Turner, Carolyn Echelbarger, board members Philip Grad, Marni Muir, and Gary Faigin. (Photo by Hank Turner)
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Museum goers enjoy the exhibit, “A Fluid Tradition: Northwest Watercolor Society…The First 75 Years.” (Photo by Janette Turner)

 

Pianist Debbie DeMiero provides entertainment.
Pianist Debbie DeMiero provides entertainment. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
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Saturday’s visitors were invited to create their own little masterpiece, sponsored by Carter Subaru. Robert Gutchek, Lynn Hanson, artist Mona Fairbanks, and Lydia Bower were ready to help, along with a cadre of museum volunteers. (Photo by Janette Turner)

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