Events

Registration now open for Edmonds Street Scramble, set for Oct. 25

Registration now open for Edmonds Street Scramble, set for Oct. 25

Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Edmonds Street Scramble on Oct. 25. The goal is simple: With a special map as your guide, find as many checkpoints as you can before time runs out. Work in teams or tackle it solo. Run, walk or bike — It’s up to you. This run is open to all — families, friends, runners, cyclists and walking enthusiasts. There are separate entry fees by age: $5-$20... »

SeaJazz concerts continue at Port of Edmonds through mid-September

SeaJazz concerts continue at Port of Edmonds through mid-September

SeaJazz, featuring award-winning musicians from the Edmonds School District, continues on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons on the Edmonds waterfront near the marina through mid-September. Concerts will be from 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays, Aug. 20, 27 and Sept. 3, 10, 17 and Sunday afternoons from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 17, 24, 31 and Sept. 7 and 14. »

Reminder: Edmonds Classic Car Show plans kick-off celebration Aug. 21

Reminder: Edmonds Classic Car Show plans kick-off celebration Aug. 21

The Edmonds Classic Car Show presented by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is coming in early September, and the committee is hosting a kick-off celebration. On Aug. 21 from 5-8 p.m., Art Walk night, the car show committee will be outside of Engels Pub in Edmonds, and will be collecting non-perishable food to donate to the Edmonds Food Bank, Elvis (Shane Cobane) will be belting out tunes for the cr... »

Put on your creative hat: Edmonds Scarecrow Festival on again this year

Put on your creative hat: Edmonds Scarecrow Festival on again this year

The Edmonds Historical Museum is sponsoring the Second Annual Edmonds Scarecrow Festival, and it’s time to start thinking about what type of family-friendly scarecrow you’d like to build. Last year Edmonds businesses and families built and registered over 50 “official” scarecrows, and the Museum hopes to significantly exceed that number in 2014. Handmade scarecrows will be exhibi... »

Reminder: Edmond High School classes of 1956-58 to host reunion picnic Saturday

The Edmonds High School Class of 1957 invites members of the classes of 1956 and 1958 to its annual picnic starting at noon on Saturday, Aug. 16 at the home of classmates near Lynnwood. Parking is available. For more information, call 425-582-8433 or 360-779-3079. Email reservations@edmonds57.org or info@edmonds57.org or visit www.edmonds57.org/events.html. »

What’s new at the Edmonds Museum Farmers Market: Cucumbers, tomatoes and gluten-free muffin tops

What’s new at the Edmonds Museum Farmers Market: Cucumbers, tomatoes and gluten-free muffin tops

I am so excited, I don’t quite know how to begin. After a week off, we return to celebrate the summer season with you all at Saturday Market. This week we welcome a wide selection of cucumbers to enjoy either cut in a glass of ice water, sliced into a salad, or ready for pickling! Check out the great selection of cucumbers at Summer Run Farm’s booth this week. Also, the week brings a wide selectio... »

Edmonds Chamber looking for golfers, sponsors for Aug. 25 golf tournament

Edmonds Chamber looking for golfers, sponsors for Aug. 25 golf tournament

The David Stern Memorial Golf Classic presented by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is looking for more golfers and sponsors. Hit the links for a day of camaraderie and honor the late Edmonds Chief of Police and Chamber President David Stern. Proceeds benefit Edmonds Chamber-sponsored events including An Edmonds Kind of 4th, Edmonds Trick-or-Treat Night and many others. Register online as an indivi... »

Edmonds Classic Car Show to present roar of Cackle Thunder Sept. 7

Edmonds Classic Car Show to present roar of Cackle Thunder Sept. 7

The Edmonds Classic Car show will present Cackle Thunder at 1 and 3 p.m., when six top fuel dragsters come to life and roar their engines. The list of participating dragsters includes national record holders and West coast World Champions: Jerry “The King” Ruth, Bucky Austin “The Northwest Hitter”, Herm Petersen “The Northwest Terror” and new this year “Kansas” John Wiebe’s top fuel dragster... »

Sand sculptors show their stuff on Marina Beach Tuesday

Sand sculptors show their stuff on Marina Beach Tuesday

The August rain didn’t stop the annual Edmonds Sand Sculpting contest. Over 34 teams came Tuesday to show off their sand skills at Marina Beach. Sculptors competed in three different categories, “adult/family,” “children” and “day camp, daycare and large groups.” Each category had two winners and one honorable mention. Judges for the competition included Mayor Dave Earling. Winners received a buck... »

Edmonds/Lynnwood Little League families need your support

The Edmonds/Lynnwood Pacific Little League All Star team is in Williamsport, Penn. preparing to play in the Little League World Series! This is the first time in Pacific Little League history that a local team has made it to the World Series, and they did so after winning all six of their games in the Northwest Region tournament that ended last Saturday The PLL team (now the “Northwest Region” tea... »

Snohomish Health District to celebrate breastfeeding, recognize Premera

Pregnant women, moms and their families are invited to the Snohomish Health District clinic in Lynnwood on Aug. 15 to celebrate National Breastfeeding Month. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) / First Steps Clinic at 6101 200th St. S.W., Lynnwood. Refreshments, medical and dental resources, family services, and information about WIC services and breast... »

Get your buckets and shovels ready: Sand sculpting contest Tuesday

Get your buckets and shovels ready: Sand sculpting contest Tuesday

It’s time to get creative and enjoy some serious beach time this Tuesday, Aug. 12 when the City of Edmonds presents the annual Sand Sculpting Contest from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Marina Beach, 650 Admiral Way S. Nama’s Candy is providing prizes, and judging for the “Golden Bucket Awards” begins at noon. You can find additional information here or call the Edmonds Parks and Recreation at 425-77... »

Reminder: Edmonds Moms Run/Walk/Tot Trot this Wednesday

Reminder: Edmonds Moms Run/Walk/Tot Trot this Wednesday

The 2nd Annual “Edmonds Moms Run This Town” 5K Run/Walk/Tot Trot is this Wednesday, Aug. 13 The event is being sponsored by a group from The Edmonds Moms Facebook page who are also members of the Edmonds United Methodist Church MOPS group, The event, which serves as a fundraiser for the EUMC Mops, is a chance to “bring the Edmonds Moms Facebook group face to face for once,” accor... »

Watch now on My Edmonds News TV: Highlights of Taste of Edmonds, Day 2

Watch now on My Edmonds News TV: Highlights of Taste of Edmonds, Day 2

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From My Edmonds News TV: Taste of Edmonds, Day 1

From My Edmonds News TV: Taste of Edmonds, Day 1

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Scene in Edmonds: Judges pick their favorites at Taste, and Edmonds’ own Scott’s Bar and Grill wins twice

Scene in Edmonds: Judges pick their favorites at Taste, and Edmonds’ own Scott’s Bar and Grill wins twice

One of Edmonds’ own came away with two top honors in the Taste of Edmonds Tasteoff Friday — where the judges choose their favorite dishes of The Taste. Scott’s Bar and Grill, located in the Lake Ballinger neighborhood, won for both best main dish — a Rigatoni Bolognese that drew rave reviews from the judges even before the ballots were counted — and best dessert, with... »

Reminder: A Taste of Edmonds 2014 — All you need to know about the fun and food

Reminder: A Taste of Edmonds 2014 — All you need to know about the fun and food

A Taste of Edmonds, the annual festival hosted by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, will return to the Civic Playfield this weekend for its 32nd anniversary. The festivities will begin at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 8 and run through Sunday night. Watch for ongoing coverage via My Edmonds News and My Edmonds News TV, including the noon Friday Tasteoff, where the “Best of the Taste” dishes are ... »

Puget Sound Bird Fest bound for Edmonds Sept. 5-7; volunteers needed

Puget Sound Bird Fest bound for Edmonds Sept. 5-7; volunteers needed

Mark your calendar for Sept. 5-7 and Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds, an annual celebration of birds and nature. Further information, including a complete description and schedule of events, can be found at the Bird Fest website: www.pugetsoundbirdfest.org. Volunteers are needed for the registration table, monitoring speakers and kids’ activities on Saturday, Sept. 6. If you can help out for even... »

South Snohomish County’s Old Settlers Picnic set for Aug. 10

South Snohomish County’s Old Settlers Picnic set for Aug. 10

The Old Settlers Picnic, a 115-year-old tradition in South Snohomish County each August, is still going strong. Join old neighbors, friends and former classmates on Sunday, Aug. 10,  at Edmonds City Park, Stove #2, at noon. Bring your picnic lunch – coffee and tea will be provided. City Park is located at 3rd Ave. S. and Howell St., Edmonds. »

Online registration open for David Stern Memorial Golf Classic

Online registration open for David Stern Memorial Golf Classic

It’s time to register for the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf tournament, The David Stern Memorial Golf Classic, set for Monday, Aug. 25 at the White Horse Golf Club in Kingston. The chamber renamed its annual tournament in 2007 to honor the late Edmonds Police Chief David Stern. Chief Stern had served not only as the Edmonds police chief but also as a past president of the E... »

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