From music to dogs to books, a busy Saturday in Edmonds

Edmonds had much to offer those out and about in the beautiful sunshine Saturday. The town was bustling with holiday shoppers, local bars were filled with Apple Cup revelers and special events were scheduled across several neighborhoods.

Edmonds-Woodway High School musicians perform outside the Arts & Crafts Fair sponsored by the school's Music Boosters club.
Craig Weindling, owner of Smiley Dog pet food home delivery service, visits with a customer and her dog during the annual Smiley Dog open house.
Kelli Glover and Kristi Lund pose with used books at the Corner Coffee Bar and Cafe in Perrinville. The community donated books to the sale, and all proceeds (and leftover books) will be donated to the Snohomish County Battered Women's Shelter.

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