Add to your home’s value by making it energy efficient

Did you know that by increasing your home’s energy efficiency, you are also increasing its value? Join Sustainable Edmonds this Thursday for the last of its four-part series on Home and Business Energy Efficiency at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Dec. 3.

forsaleEdmonds resident Mark Mays, a Green Home Consultant with Champions Real Estate Services, will speak on sustainable building, renovation materials and remodeling; and how green improvements can make your home or business more valuable in today’s real estate market. The meeting will take place at the Port of Edmonds Conference Room, 336 Admiral Way, Edmonds. Admission is free.

  1. 2024 SNOHOMISH COUNTY MASTER GARDENER WINTER SPEAKER SERIES “The Snohomish County Master Gardener Foundation is excited to announce its 2024 fundraising season. It is our Twenty First Annual Winter Speaker Series and we are once again meeting in person! The lecture series features eight celebrity gardeners, authors, and experts sharing their knowledge on a variety of gardening subjects. Whatever the topic, they are always entertaining and educational. Plus they are a great break from the winter doldrums! January 12th – “January Jewels- Color for the Winter Garden!“, John Christianson, reputation for showcasing outstanding ornamentals at his nursery, a 7-acre jewel in the Skagit Valley. Plants for sale! January 26th – “Organic Vegetables, Critters & Vertical Growing”, Lisa Taylor, plant enthusiast, passionate teacher, author of “Maritime NW Garden Guide”, consultant, and speaker. February 9th – “The Role of Seed Banking in Native Conservation”, Wendy Gibble, Assoc. director of UW Botanic Gardens and manager of Rare Care Program. February 23rd – “Rabbits in the Garden!”, Trevor Cameron, certified “plantophile”, Certified Professional Horticulturist and GM at Sunnyside Nursery in Marysville. March 1st – “Islands in Bloom: Floral Diversity & Stewardship in the San Juan Islands”, Madrona Murphy, botanist and lab manager for Kwiaht, specializing in plant-human interactions. March 15th – “A Gardener’s Guide to Hostas”, Lore Sampson, a nurseryman’s daughter, propagator, small specialty nursery owner, grows more than

  2. Short reminder
    Our annual “Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner” is only 7 more days.
    Where: Westgate Chapel
    22901 Edmonds Way
    Edmonds, WA. 98020
    425-775-2776
    Doors open at 9:45, no reservations
    3 seatings…11:00am 1:30 and 3:30pm
    Westgate Chapel is hosting a free Community Thanksgiving Dinner! Dinner, prizes, food and clothing bank
    family entertainment, bingo, children’s crafts and games. every seating has prizes to win and you can have a family photo too. Please join us, we would love to serve you.

  3. Longest Night Service
    Thursday, December 21, 2023

    Although the Christmas season can be filled with joy and happiness, there are those who find themselves struggling this time of year. Often people are dealing with grief, illness, depression, loneliness or a major life change. Each year, Edmonds United Methodist Church welcomes congregants, friends, and guests from the community to our Longest Night Service. During the service, one can reflect and listen to beautiful, healing music. You may also choose to pray with our pastoral staff, light a candle, and find comfort in being anointed. Stephen Ministers, who are trained caregivers, will be available to listen and support you during this tender time. We hope you will join us Thursday, December 21 at 6 PM in our main sanctuary. All are welcome to experience the comfort and peace this service can give.

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