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One of two coordinators of an art show at Sunnyside Nursery this weekend, Fran Clapper found a masterpiece early one morning in Friday Harbor.
MARYSVILLE — Now 35 and the owner of a martial arts school, Carlton Doup admits when he was younger, he was the target of plenty of bullying because his feet turned in noticeably. Oct. 5-11 is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Week and Doup said the obvious physical difference in his feet was a perfect example of something bullies latch on to in order to make their victims feel small or bad about themselves.
In light of the summer resignation of Cindy Huleatt, management of the Byrnes Performing Arts Center is in temporary transition with a school district employee, Denise Dewey, booking the theater and three city employees marketing the theater, according to Allen Johnson, who announced the plan at the Oct. 6 City Council meeting.
As part of “Farming Yesterday and Today” the north county portion of the month-long Snohomish County Fall Farm Festival this year, the banquet facilities in the barn at Countryside Meadows will be filled with art and artists and an exhibit of quilts made for soldiers at Aunt Mary’s Quilt Shop.
The gentle sounds of Native American flute music will waft through the stacks of books at the Marysville Library at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 19 when Peter Ali demonstrates how these beautiful instruments are made and how they were used by Native American ancestors. With special guest Tammy Kennedy. For all ages. The Marysville Library is located at 6120 Grove St. For information call 658-5000.
Arlington is in for a treat with Nadine Shanti coming with the Everett Symphony Orchestra to perform a Tribute to Burt Bacharach at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center,
Inspiration can be found in many places. Members of the Arlington Arts Council found excitement recently in their effort to create miniature paintings to serve as centerpieces for the upcoming Fall into Art Auction.
Dancing and gaming don’t seem like the types of activities appropriate in the library, but teen librarian Jocelyn Redel will do anything to get kids interested in reading.
A senior at Arlington High School, Brooke Stovall had already decided last spring what to do for her senior project.
Runners are increasingly turning to Arlington for a Saturday morning sprint around town thanks to the Arlington Runners Club.
A pedal steel guitar player, Kinny Alvers, has moved to Marysville and he and a former Marysville resident, Lloyd Crafton, who has switched from rock-n-roll to play country, have joined Cookie Spirk’s band Silvana.
Inspired by views of unending sunsets over Marysville from his picturesque location on the western slope of Getchell Hill, Art Dujardin is pleased to announce he is having a solo show at Solovei Art Gallery in Everett.
Arlington High School has announced its homecoming parade starts at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 24, on North Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington. Pepination follows the parade at Haller Middle School. For information call the high school at
The Marysville Globe and Arlington Times have published their annual Fall Health, Beauty and Fitness Special Section.
Harry Engstrom will be among the artists honored at the Arlington Arts Council’s annual Art Reception from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 at the Arlington City Council chambers.
Nathan Senff, 11, is glad to hear there is a work party planned on Pilchuck Mountain.
Kristin Grinde, Marysville Teen USA, stopped by City Hall recently to visit Mayor Dennis Kendall seeking community support as she prepares to compete in the Miss Washington Teen USA Pageant coming Oct. 11-12.
Compact fluorescent lights are trendy, environmentally sound and last forever — up to 15 times as long as incandescent bulbs. But they’re no angels. They are mini fluorescent lights, like the tube versions found in nearly every office in America. That means they contain calcium phosphate powder, which contains mercury. This gets into our landfills, and can eventually seep into our waterways.