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Edmonds CC Foundation hosts event to recognize significant contributors in the community

Edmonds CC Foundation hosts event to recognize significant contributors in the community

The Edmonds Community College Foundation hosted Fanfare — an event to celebrate achievements and distinctive contributions to the college on April 17 on campus. Among the winners were Arista Wine Cellars of Edmonds. “It’s important to honor businesses, organizations, and alumni that make service to the community a priority,” said Edmonds CC President Jean Hernandez. The college’s highest awards — ... »

Cafe Rio makes gift to Edmonds Public Schools Foundation

Cafe Rio makes gift to Edmonds Public Schools Foundation

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A warm welcome to our new advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors

A warm welcome to our new advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors

The My Neighborhood News Network — My Edmonds News, MLTnews and Lynnwood Today – is pleased to welcome our newest advertiser, Knotty Hardwood Floors, offering the following services: - New installation - Repair/patch - Sanding & refinishing - Stains - Waterborne finishes - Swedish finishes To learn more, call 206-391-8582 or email sales@knottyhardwoodfloors.com. We encourage you to... »

Edmonds Chamber going to China in fall; information session April 22

Edmonds Chamber going to China in fall; information session April 22

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is going to China Oct. 11-20, 2014, visiting Beijing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Shanghai. Both members and non-members are welcome to join the excursion; the cost is $2,400 plus tax. The price includes round-trip airfare, land transportation and four-star minimum hotel accommodations. Join the chamber for an information session on April 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the Brackett Ro... »

Scene in Edmonds: Hobby Shop ‘like stepping back in time’

Scene in Edmonds: Hobby Shop ‘like stepping back in time’

If you’re like us, you’ve walked by the Edmonds Hobby Shop at 120 4th Ave. S. and always wondered what’s inside. David Carlos stopped by Saturday and met owner Rich Hunt, who has operated the business for 30 years. “It was like stepping back in time, seeing model cars, planes, and boats, similar to the ones I built as a teenager,” Carlos said. “Before leaving, I... »

Mayor’s guest column: A tale of two entities

Mayor’s guest column: A tale of two entities

This submission is the latest in a series of guest columns on city issues, provided by Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling’s office. It was the best of times. A new business comes to Edmonds. Jacobsen’s Marine to invest $2 million to construct a new 10,000 square foot retail center along Admiral Way at the Port of Edmonds Marina. Economic development in action. The City and the Port working together ... »

Zinc to celebrate opening this Friday

Zinc to celebrate opening this Friday

Zinc Art + Interiors is celebrating its opening this Friday from 6-10 p.m., with specials, finger foods and refreshments. You can read our Artfully Edmonds columnist Emily Hill’s profile of Zinc here. »

Scene in Edmonds: Driftwood Players throw a party

Scene in Edmonds: Driftwood Players throw a party

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Edmonds Community College president to speak at April 17 Edmonds Chamber luncheon

Edmonds Community College president to speak at April 17 Edmonds Chamber luncheon

Dr. Jean Hernandez, President of Edmonds Community College, is the guest speaker at the April 17 Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon, set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Edmonds CC’s Gateway Hall, Room 352, 20000 68th Ave. W., Lynnwood. Hernandez will discuss facilities changes on campus, including International Student Services, and the college’s enrollment growth plan. Hernandez was nam... »

Wishing Stone moving into old Fabric of Life store location

Wishing Stone moving into old Fabric of Life store location

The Wishing Stone is moving up the street. The Edmonds jewelry, rock, fossil and mineral shop, previously at 317 Main St., is relocating to the former Fabric of Life store at 523 Main Street. According to store manager Christy Gurley, the store will have a “soft opening” this Saturday, April 12, with a grand opening to follow. “We’ve had a loyal following of wonderful customers and friends since 2... »

Party like it’s 1929  with Driftwood Players Wednesday

Party like it’s 1929 with Driftwood Players Wednesday

Edmonds’ Driftwood Players are hosting an Edmonds Chamber of Commerce “after hours” event at the Wade James Theater from 5-7 p.m.  Wednesday, April 9. Since the theater company’s upcoming show, set to open April 18, is “Thugs: A Musical Mafiasco,”  the April 9 after-hours theme is “Party Like It Is 1929.” Soups On restaurant will be catering the even... »

Got pizza? If so, you may also be getting this, from Edmonds’ Driftwood Players

Got pizza? If so, you may also be getting this, from Edmonds’ Driftwood Players

If you order pizza from your favorite take-out place, you might be seeing a sticker like this one on your pizza box. The Edmonds Driftwood Players have partnered with local  pizza delivery businesses, just in time for their latest production. “‘Thugs: A Musical Mafiasco’ just screams Chicago, gangstas, and yes, pizza,” the theater group notes on its blog. So be on the looko... »

Fowler Portraits’ Matthew Weston honored for photography

Fowler Portraits’ Matthew Weston honored for photography

Edmonds photographer Matthew Weston was awarded the trophy for Best Editorial Image in the Commercial Photography Division in the recent Professional Photographers of Washington Conference. Weston won for his entry “Temple Lanterns,” which was  photographed at the local Diatang Temple in Lynnwood during one of their Vietnamese festivals. Matthew Weston is the owner and photographer at Fowler... »

Meet your local business: Shiloh School

Meet your local business: Shiloh School

Publisher’s note: This is an update to a business profile that was posted in January 2014. Business name: Shiloh School Products and/or services: Shiloh School offers licensed private part-day and all-day preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classes. Background on business: Shiloh School is an approved private school through Washington State for kindergarten and first grade, says the scho... »

Scene in Edmonds: Remax Direct Realty ribbon cutting

Scene in Edmonds: Remax Direct Realty ribbon cutting

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Tourist groups keep rolling into Edmonds

Word from Stephen Clifton, the City of Edmonds’ Community Services and Economic Development Director, is that organized tour groups are continuing to put Edmonds on their list of destinations. Sun Fun Tours out of Canada brought a group of tourists to the City’s downtown last month and plans to bring more this year, Clifton said. On April 11, Texas-based Rockport Tours plans to bring visitor... »

Familiar face remains as Kate Lise Boutique next week becomes WhimSea

Familiar face remains as Kate Lise Boutique next week becomes WhimSea

Katie Jones laughs that she has always been known as the “blonde girl behind the counter” at Kate Lise Boutique on 405 Main St., having worked there since fall of 2012. But on April 1, the shop will be transformed into WhimSea Boutique and Jones will transition from store employee to small business owner. “I loved working at Kate Alise and enjoyed helping customers select the perfect a... »

Business briefs: C’est la Vie fashion show Thursday, Ombu Salon supporting MS Walk

Edmonds’ C’est la Vie at 320 5th Ave. S. is hosting a “Be Green for Spring” fashion show this Thursday, March 27. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m. Space is limited so RSVP by clicking here. Refinery Salon will be at the store to do hair, make up and even a couple makeovers, said C’est la Vie. There is also a special gift with each purchase. Ombú Salo... »

Reminder: Edmonds Chamber luncheon Thursday: ‘Working Arm-in-Arm with Main Street’

Calvin W. Goings, regional Small Business Administrator for the Small Business Association, is the guest speaker for the Thursday, March 27 Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The topic: “Working Arm-in-Arm with Main Street” The luncheon runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Anthony’s Homeport & Beach Café, 456 Admiral Way. The deadline to register online is Tuesday, March 25. Goings will cover ... »

Edmonds Chamber cuts ribbon on new (and newly-relocated) businesses

Edmonds Chamber cuts ribbon on new (and newly-relocated) businesses

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