EWHS Class of 2023 gift-wrapping fundraiser Dec. 3, 10 and 17

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Class of 2023 is hosting a gift wrapping fundraiser the next three Saturdays — Dec. 3, 10 and 17 — with all proceeds benefiting its Safe and Sober Graduation Night. The gift wrapping will be available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Rogue, 112 5th Ave. S., in downtown Edmonds….

Edmonds Downtown Holiday Market returns Dec. 3; holiday trolley also operating

After a week off due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the Edmonds Holiday Market will be back on Saturday, Dec. 3  at 5th Avenue North and Bell Street. The market continues on Dec. 10 and 17. Shoppers will find more than 60 vendors offering a selection of holiday gifts and specialty items, produce, food, wines, flowers, treats…

Hundreds gather for Edmonds holiday tree lighting

  The official start of holiday magic in Edmonds began Saturday night with the annual Edmonds Tree Lighting Ceremony, drawing hundreds to Centennial Plaza in downtown Edmonds. Produced by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce and presented by Comstock Jewelers, this year’s ceremony was emceed by Richard Taylor Jr. It featured music from the North Sound Singers…

Reminder: Port of Edmonds topic of Edmonds Civic Roundtable’s Nov. 28 meeting

“The Port of Edmonds: Past, Present and Future” is the topic of an Edmonds Civic Roundtable presentation set for Monday, Nov. 28 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Edmonds Waterfront Center, 2nd floor, 220 Railroad Ave., Edmonds. The port’s mission includes operating in a fiscally sound, environmentally responsible manner while ensuring quality service to its customers and full accountability to…

Edmonds Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 26: What you need to know

Here are the details of the Edmonds Tree Lighting Ceremony presented by Comstock Jewelers from 3-5 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 26. Come for the free cookies, cocoa and cider, and stay for a magical community celebration of the holiday season. The annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, produced by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce and presented this year…

Reminder: Jingle Bell Breakfast and Craft Fair Dec. 3 at Lynnwood Convention Center

The Lynnwood Convention Center is ringing in the holiday spirit with its first annual Jingle Bell Breakfast and Craft Fair on Saturday, Dec. 3. This festive event will kick off the month of December with a delicious breakfast, merry musical performances, fun craft activities for kids and a holiday craft fair featuring goods from over…

Reminder: ‘Liking Lichens’ topic of Edmonds Floretum Garden Club Nov. 21 program

The Edmonds Floretum Garden Club invites the public to their November membership meeting on Monday, Nov. 21, where Floretum member, author and conservation leader Lora Hein will present her program, Liking Lichens. What are lichens? And what aren’t they? Learn why they have a place in every garden, and discover how to support and encourage them….

Edmonds Chamber closing out year with community events

  With only two pages remaining on your wall calendar, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce wants to be sure you’ve marked these dates to close out the year. Chamber staff and volunteers are looking forward to bringing these celebrations to the community. Any businesses looking to align themselves with these well-attended events and get their…

Transgender Day of Remembrance event set for Nov. 19

Transgender Day of Remembrance is observed every year on Nov. 20 to acknowledge the lives of transgender people lost to hate and violence. In honor of those lives, St. Hilda St. Patrick Episcopal Church in Edmonds is holding its annual Transgender Day of Remembrance event on Saturday, Nov. 19. This event was created to mourn lost…

Looking for places to take guests during the holidays? Check out the Best of Edmonds

Earlier this year, readers cast their votes for what they loved about Edmonds — and the winners were highlighted in the 2022 Best of Edmonds magazine. This publication is available both online and at select locations citywide, and it’s the perfect guide for where to take your out-of-town visitors during the holiday season. You can…

City of Lynnwood offering teen programs for Edmonds School District students

Middle schoolers and high schooler in the Edmonds School District are invited to participate in new and returning City of Lynnwood programs. They include the following: Middle school programs (grades 7-8) Nightwaves middle school swim night When: Saturday, Nov. 19 Where: Lynnwood Recreation Center Time: 7:30 – 10 p.m. Cost: $5. Pre-registration equired. Middle school…

Cookbook author Andrea Pons to talk about ‘Mamacita’ at Edmonds Bookshop Nov. 17

Cookbook author Andrea Pons will visit the Edmonds Bookshop to talk about her new release, Mamacita, during the Edmonds Art Walk Thursday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. The conversation will be moderated by the Edmonds Bookshop’s own David Brewster. Pons is a Seattle-based senior production manager, food stylist and author. Mamacita began as a way…

Reminder: Holy Rosary Edmonds Women’s Association Holiday Fair Nov. 11-13

The Holy Rosary Edmonds Women’s Association’s Holiday Fair is set for Friday, Nov. 11-13 at the church’s pastoral center. All are invited to browse new and gently used treasures featuring Christmas decorations, household goods, handcrafted items, collectibles, jewelry, games, toys and more. Homemade pies and baked goods will be for sale, with lunch available on Saturday and…

Edmonds Scarecrow Festival winners announced

Results are in for the 10th annual Edmonds Scarecrow Festival hosted by the Edmonds Historical Museum. The museum received a total of 43 non-residential entries and 22 residential entries this year, said Emily Scott, this year’s Master of Crows and an Edmonds Museum board member. An abundance of rogue unregistered scarecrows added to the seasonal…

Reminder: Porchfest Edmonds community event set for Nov. 5

Calling all music lovers and others. Downtown residents, businessescand the City of Edmonds will host a new performance event called Porchfest Edmonds on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the downtown Edmonds. This event is a community-led partnership with the City of Edmonds’ Reimagining Neighborhoods and Streets program and the Everyone’s Edmonds…

International Days for Girls project focus of Lynnwood Rotary Club presentation Nov. 3

Carol Hendricks with Days for Girls Snoqualmie Chapter and Lynnwood Rotarian Janet Leister will be the guest speakers at the Thursday, Nov. 3 Rotary Club of Lynnwood luncheon meeting at the Lynnwood Convention Center. The presenters will speak about the Days for Girls Eswatini (Swaziland) Sewing and Resource Center, which was established in May 2017 to…

Reminder: Edmonds Waterfront Center hosting Dia de los Muertos celebration Nov. 3

The Edmonds Waterfront Center, in partnership with the Latino Educational Training Institute, is celebrating Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, on Thursday Nov. 3. All are invited to this cultural celebration, which begins at 6 p.m. There will be music, dance, refreshments and a creative arts class. Come see how the altars…

‘A Dog’s Devotion’ book launch party at Edmonds’ Cafe Louvre Nov. 2

A reminder that authors Suzanne Elshult and Guy Mansfield — along with American Humane Search and Rescue Hero Dog 2022, K9 Keb — will be having a book Launch Party for their new release, A Dog’s Devotion: True Adventures of a K9 Search and Rescue Team, at Café Louvre in Edmonds between 5 and 7…