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  1. Monte Cristo award nominations

    April 1, 2019 - July 1, 2019

    You can nominate anyone's home in the city of Everett for the 2019 Monte Cristo award. Nominations are open until July 1st, 2019. You can fill out the online form or print one and turn it in. https://everettwa.gov/FormCenter/Neighborhoods-20/Monte-Cristo-Nomination-Form-122

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  2. GRANDfamilies at Imagine Children's Museum

    June 2, 2019, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Imagine Children's Museum

    Exclusive Museum time for grandparents andthe grandchildren they are raising full time: • Experience hands-on interactive play • Play during a less crowded time • Children 1-12* years old • Make connections and network with other GRANDfamilies • Discover other community resources • Free admission and playtime Pre-registration is required. Register online at www.ImagineCM.org/grandfamilies or call 425/258-1006, Ext. 1012

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  3. Everett Farmers Market

    June 2, 2019, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Port of Everett at Boxcar Park

    A terrific mix of delicious baked goods, beautiful bouquets of flowers, sweet, sweet honey, organic fruits and vegetables, horticultural offerings, and a variety of creative artistry. Also, expect energizing music to liven up the party as we celebrate local, nutritious, and healthy agriculture at both of the Everett Farmers Markets. Purchase flowers weekly from local Hmong Farmers who work long hours to cultivate, deliver, and arrange seasonal flowers in beautiful bouquets. As a community market, the Everett Farmers Market offers a token program for EBT/SNAP, plus Debit/Credit card swiping for convince for those who may be short of cash, but would still like to shop. Also many of our Farmers honor Senior FMNP and WIC Vouchers.

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  4. Everett Farmers Market

    June 2, 2019, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Port of Everett at Boxcar Park

    A terrific mix of delicious baked goods, beautiful bouquets of flowers, sweet, sweet honey, organic fruits and vegetables, horticultural offerings, and a variety of creative artistry. Also, expect energizing music to liven up the party as we celebrate local, nutritious, and healthy agriculture at both of the Everett Farmers Markets. Purchase flowers weekly from local Hmong Farmers who work long hours to cultivate, deliver, and arrange seasonal flowers in beautiful bouquets. As a community market, the Everett Farmers Market offers a token program for EBT/SNAP, plus Debit/Credit card swiping for convince for those who may be short of cash, but would still like to shop. Also many of our Farmers honor Senior FMNP and WIC Vouchers.

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  5. Pacifica Chamber Orchestra Summer Concert

    June 2, 2019, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Everett First Presbyterian Church

    Program: Wind Quintet in E Flat Major Op. 71....Ludwig van Beethoven Impromptu for Strings.....ean Sibelius Verklarte Nacht (Transfigured Night) Arranged for String Orchestra .....Arnold Schoenberg Pacifica Chamber Orchestra is Everett’s conductorless orchestra. Fred Chu is the artistic director. PCO is the recipient of the Everett Mayor’s Arts award “for exceptional chamber music concerts and educational outreach in Everett’s elementary schools that engage and inspire youth."

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Everett Public Library Calendar

  1. Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet Rae Armantrout

    June 2, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Main Library

    Armantrout’s Wobble, nominated for the National Book Award this year, playfully and forcefully evokes the devastation of a chaotic, unstoppable, consumer culture. Traditional nature (or pastoral) poetry celebrated the beauty of particular landscapes, flora, or fauna. And it’s important to remember what we stand to lose. But we’ve come to realize that saving select samples of the natural world isn’t enough. We also need to recognize the forces arrayed against maintaining a viable biosphere. There is a place in contemporary nature poetry for grief and anger as well as celebration. Poet Rae Armantrout will read and discuss examples of these approaches in her new book Wobble.

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