This Month in Edmonds History: Edmonds mail service expands

My Edmonds News is proud to present a monthly look at Edmonds history, straight from the archives of the Edmonds Historical Museum. For the month of July, we’ll revisit the 1930s. By the 1930s, population in Edmonds had surpassed 1,100 and the city was faring better than larger and more highly industrialized communities. During these…

Edmonds ‘Shop Hyperlocal’ Deal of the Day: Edmonds Museum

The perfect gift idea for the history buff on your list? Historic Edmonds Playing Cards, now on sale at the Edmonds Museum Store. Cost is $8 per deck or two decks for $15, and they are available during regular business hours, Wednesday-Sunday from 1-4 p.m. The Edmonds Museum is located at 118 5th Ave. N….

Edmonds artist releases print: ‘4th and Main in the 1930s’

As an artist with a keen interest in architecture and history, Edmonds’ own Andy Eccleshall has captured in watercolor our charming city’s unique downtown character, and he is now offering a limited edition print of that work — perfect for holiday giving — titled “4th & Main” Edmonds in the 1930s. “With help from the Edmonds…

Find your holiday spirit in Edmonds

Sure, Christmas decorations have been in many of the big-box stores since Halloween, but the weekend after Thanksgiving is traditionally when all the festivities kick into high gear — and Edmonds is no exception. The annual tree-lighting ceremony, at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Centennial Plaza, 5th and Bell, is a family favorite, but the entire…