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Let's make way for a recreational, entertaining and reel fun day on the serene Puget Sound! Fishing the greater Seattle, Washington area is ideal for anglers, friends, families and business trips! Are you looking for salmon fishing, bottom fishing, crabbing, or whale watching? Whether you are into fishing or just want to be surrounded by the beautiful wildlife in the Pacific Northwest, there is something for everyone!

AAA Fishing Charters

With over 40 years of salmon fishing experience, we offer the best service you will receive in comfort and style on the Puget Sound! Come aboard the motor yacht Gratitude, the 34 foot, 12 foot wide, Cadillac of the sea! I offer Internet access, digital photographs, excellent fishing gear and poles, free coffee, fish cleaning and bagging, and plenty of other conveniences. Safety First is the top priority! 1-day fishing license's available on board for your deep sea fishing. Don't be afraid if it's your first time fishing, training (including the use of down riggers) is included with every trip.

We are now departing out of the Port of Everett, which is about 25 minutes north of Seattle ( click here for directions). The Port of Everett in Everett, Washington is one of Washington's nicest deep sea ports! With plenty of Ocean view and little traffic, you will surely enjoy your stay! Ocean-side restaurants offer family dining with a boating atmosphere, and there are plenty of places to stay within a short drive (see Hotels & Lodging ). Ask for charter discounts!

All Star Charters

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Possession Point Charters

Get ready for a fun and exciting day fishing on Washington's beautiful Puget Sound! Possession Point Fishing is the premiere fishing charter for guided deep sea fishing trips in the Seattle area. Come join Captain Dave Morgison for a morning or day fishing adventure! Bring the kids and build memories that will last a lifetime!

Fishing out of the Port of Everett Marina in Everett Washington (25 miles north of Seattle), Possession Point Fishing has been in operation for 25 years and operates one of the safest and most reliable boats on the Puget Sound. Captain Dave is a member of the Charter Boat Association of Puget Sound (CAPS) and is a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) licensed skipper, so you can rest assured that your fishing trip will be safe and fun for all ages!

The Captain

Dave Morgison
Member of Charter Boat Association of Puget Sound
U.S.C.G. Licensed Skipper

Captain Dave has been fishing the Puget Sound since 1970 and has over 25 years of sport fishing charter experience. His knowledge of local waters around Everett and Seattle is exceptional, and he knows both the well-known and not so well-known hot fishing spots.

Dave's knowledge of what tackle to use and how to use it will contribute to your successful fishing trip! Whether you're a novice or a seasoned fisher, Dave's experience is sure to improve your catch.

Come aboard the F/V Valerie Jo for a wonderful fishing trip on the Puget Sound! Our goal is to provide you with the safest and most enjoyable fishing experience possible!

Possession Point Charters
2807 Freestad Road
Arlington, WA 98223

Give us a call!
Reservations: (360) 652-3797
Toll Free: (866) 652-3797
On the Boat: (425) 330-0730
Email: possessionpoint@aol.com

About Us

On a trip with Possession Point Fishing, you can catch Chinook (King), Silver (Coho), Humpy (Pink) Salmon, Chum, Bottom Fish, and more. We fish all of the great fishing spots including Area 8-1, Area 8-2, Area 9, Area 10, Northeast Kitsap Peninsula, Whidbey Island, Hat Island, and Camano Island! See the Fishing Seasons page to find out what fish are open. We fish year-round!

Charter Information
Primary Service: Guided deep sea sport fishing trips
Home Port: Port of Everett, Washington
Area coverage: Puget Sound, Washington
Nearby cities: Seattle, Everett, Marysville, Lynnwood, Edmonds, Snohomish

Cannon Downriggers
Gamakatsu
Inn At Port Gardner
National association of charter boat operators (NACO)
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Global Marine Surveyors
Johnson Outdoors

Imagine Children's Museum

Museum Hours & Admission
Hours
Monday CLOSED
Tuesday and Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Admission
Children (12 mo. and under) FREE
General Admission $7.75
Thursday 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. $3.88
Buck for a Buddy $1.00
Donations go towards an admission fund for those in need.

12/28/2010: Effective immediately, the Museum can no longer accept personal checks.

Thursday Special!
Thursday 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. is 1/2 price admission*

Members Only Hour
Saturday 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. is members only!

Every child must be accompanied by a grown-up 18 years of age or older and there must be
one grown-up for every six children - this requirement is strictly enforced.

* Thursday half-price offer does not apply to groups or field trips and cannot be used in conjunction
with coupons or other offers.

Museum Expectations

Rule one at the Children's Museum is always HAVE FUN! Get started by making sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit. All visitors to the Museum are asked to follow 6 Simple Steps:

1. Stay together (kids and grownups)
2. Pick up after yourself
3. Leave all items inside the exhibit
4. Follow exhibit rules
5. Eat and drink in downstairs Snack Area ONLY
6. Use your walking feet

Strollers and Baby Carriers
For the safety of your child and others, please plan to leave your stroller in our lobby. Strollers are not allowed inside the Museum. Many of our visitors choose to bring along a baby carrier or back pack, and you may want to do that also. You are welcome to borrow one of the baby carriers or back packs that are available for check out at our front desk.
Eating at the Museum
Our downstairs Snack Area is the space that has been specifically designed for our visitors to enjoy a snack or sack lunch, which you are welcome to bring. The Snack Area also includes two vending machines for your convenience. One machine has pop, fruit juice and water; the other machine gives you a choice of sweet or nutritious snacks.

Please remember that the Snack Area is for the comfort of all of our guests. For that reason, we do not allow any type of celebrations in our Snack Area. This includes the use of party hats, decorations, blowers, etc., and the serving of cakes or any type of group foods.

We have two fantastic party rooms; if you are interested in renting one of them for the best party ever please call (425) 258-1006, ext. 1015 to make your reservation. Thank you.

Contact Us
Imagine Children's Museum Phone: 425/258-1006
1502 Wall Street Fax: 425/258-5406
Everett, Washington 98201 Website: www.ImagineCM.org

Need some information, have a question or want to share a comment?
We are always happy to hear from you!

Biringer Farm

The farm has been providing strawberry lovers with the sweetest, juiciest, strawberries for over 60 years.

Viktoria & Michael Biringer of German decent started a chicken farm in Pennsylvania in 1938 delivering chickens to New York Markets. Relatives coaxed them to the fertile soil of Marysville, WA in 1948 where they started growing strawberries for which they became renowned.

Mike, 2nd generation farmer & wife, Dianna Biringer continue to grow those luscious berries with a new twist to agriculture since 1980 called Agri-tainment and now Agri-Tourism. In the early 80's, “city folk” were invited to participate in annual summer and fall harvest festivals that include fun farm activities along with plucking fresh choice fruit right from the vine.

Summer festivals can include A Giant Strawberry ride, jump in a Strawberry Inflatable or crawl through a Castle Maze, Pennies in the Hay, Picnic on a Covered Wagon & eat fresh Strawberry Shortcake.

It's a tradition! “Berry lovers” continue to trek to the farm and enjoy the simple down to earth pleasures of life! Families board the farm trolley that takes them down winding dirt roads to wide open fields, while fresh breezes bring the fresh aroma of ripening fruit. Families laugh & share together while plucking choice fruit right from the vine. Kids come in from the fields with tell tail red juice mixed with dirt on their faces that shows it wasn't all work but some play and fun out in the berry fields.

Unique to Biringer Farm: Pickers scramble to “lay down on the job” on padded ironing boards on self-propelled picking platforms that the farmer built in 1962. They are still used today. Customers ride “The Jolly Trolley or “The Creepy Crawley Trolley” that the farmer built in 1979 to the u-pick berry fields.

Biringer Farm also drives “The Jolly Trolley” right out of the berry fields to participate in three different local community parades: Marysville Strawberry Festival, in which, the farmer's have been honored as Honorary Marshals and Grand Marshals over the years. The trolley also participates in the Everett and Arlington 4th of July Patriotic Parades.

Now the Biringers are growing berries in a new location. Six local farmers including Biringer farm in the Arlington, WA area have formed a new marketing organization called The Red Rooster Route Association .

The Biringers enjoy sharing the wholesome hands-on farm experiences with city dwellers, where everyone involved takes away treasured memories. Berries can be found at our Arlington location!

Rotary Park

Rotary Park, on the banks of the Snohomish River in the Lowell Neighborhood, has a boat launch, walking trails and picnic areas. Everett Rotarians helped develop and then adopted the park.

Location
3505 Lowell-Snohomish River Rd.
Everett, WA

Size
11.3 acres

Amenities
• Boat launch ($5 fee)
• Restrooms
• Trails
• Fishing

Park Hours
6 a.m.-10 p.m. April 1-Oct. 31
6 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 1-March 31

Adopt a park
Rotary Park was adopted by Everett Rotary.

Map & driving directions

Forest Park

This 197-acre wooded park is Everett's oldest and largest park. It is home to the Parks and Recreation Department administration offices, recreation office, Swim Center , playground, picnic shelter , wooded trails and Animal Farm . The Rotary Centennial Water Playground opened at Forest Park in July 2007.

Location
802 E. Mukilteo Blvd.
Everett, WA 98203

Size
197 acres

Amenities
• Picnic/BBQ
• Playground
• Trails
• Tennis
• Basketball
• Picnic shelter
• Restrooms
• Street hockey
• Water playground
• Swim center
• Horseshoes
• Animal Farm

Special Events
April Pools Day
• Nubian Jam
Annual Dahlia Show
Mushroom Show
Goblin Spash

Park hours
6 a.m.-10 p.m. April 1-Oct. 31
6 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 1-March 31

Map & driving directions

Park map

Flying Heritage Collection

he Flying Heritage Collection showcases the spectacular warbirds and technologies from 1935-1945, with exhibits that shine a light on the humanity at the homefronts of the warring nations. Set amidst a restored working hangar, visitors of all ages can get up close and personal to these treasures of the sky, and learn how innovators and innovations of the past led the way to modern aviation and aerospace technologies.

The FHC is a dynamic flying collection. Periodically, one or more of our exhibits are temporarily absent to participate in an event, for maintenance, or for continuing restoration.

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket desk upon arrival to the collection during normal business hours.

Hours
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Seven days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday, the rest of the year.
Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Group Tour Operators
Group Tour Operators are invited to call (877) FHC-3404 between 9 a.m. or 5 p.m. (PST).

Tickets
Adults - $12
Seniors/Military - $10
Youths (6-15) - $8
Children (5 and under) - Free
Groups (15 or more) - $10 per person Membership
Adult - $50
— All of the membership benefits plus two guest passes

Youth - $12
— All of the membership benefits plus a Wacky Whirler

Yearly membership* at Flying Heritage means that you can take advantage of all this for free as often as you like throughout the year, as well as:

  • 10% discount on all gift shop purchases*
  • Advanced notice on upcoming events and special offers
  • FHC newsletter

* Benefits are valid for one year from date of purchase. Not valid with gift store sale prices. Card must be presented upon entrance.

The Flying Heritage Collection facility is located at the southeast corner of Paine Field in Everett, Wash. Set in an 51,000 square foot hangar, FHC is a private collection of great rarity, rather than a formal museum. The aircraft are displayed alongside engaging, comprehensive exhibits.

We suggest you allow yourself one to two hours to enjoy the collection and exhibit components. Your visit will include a self-guided tour throughout the facility, with the opportunity to interact with our knowledgeable volunteers and staff along the way.

The FHC is a dynamic flying collection. Periodically, one or more of our exhibits are temporarily absent to participate in an event, for maintenance, or for continuing restoration.

The Flying Heritage Collection is operated by Friends of Flying Heritage, a 501 (c)(3) organization committed to educating the public about these rare, historic aircraft.

Collection Policies

  • No food or drink is permitted within the hangar.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  • For reasons of preservation and safety, please do not touch the aircraft on display.

Photography
Non-commercial photography within the exhibit is permitted. Commercial photography is not permitted without prior consent from Friends of Flying Heritage staff.

Wheelchairs
Flying Heritage Collection is an ADA-compliant facility. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for visitors as needed.

Gift Shop
Our gift shop features quality gifts and apparel for you or the aircraft aficionado in your life! Check it out after you finish your tour of the collection and take home a memento of your visit.

Directions
Northbound I-5: Take the 128th Street exit (Exit 186). Turn left on 128th Street, which will become Airport Road at the intersection of 128th and Hwy 99. Continue on Airport Road, and turn left at 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slight left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to FHC.

Southbound 1-5: Take the Mukilteo/Paine Field exit (Exit 189), and go west on 526. Take the Airport Road/Paine Field exit from 526. Follow Airport Road until you come to 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 112th Street SW. Turn right onto 30th Street W. Turn slight left onto 109th Street SW, and follow signs to FHC.

Parking
Free parking is available just outside the hangar facility.

Flying to FHC
For those interested in flying to FHC, Paine Field has designated an area of the taxiway adjacent to FHC to accommodate their visit.

Upon arrival to the airport, the tower will direct pilots where to park. A sign will be visible with instructions on how to call for gate access to FHC's front entrance (206.342.4243). Access will be facilitated by FHC security staff, and all visitors (pilot and guests) will be required to sign a visitors log. After touring the collection, visitors will be signed out and escorted by security staff back through the gate to their aircraft.

For more information, please visit the Paine Field Airport Web site.

Paine Field
3407 109th Street SW
Everett, WA 98204
(877) FHC-3404 for ticketing
(206) 342-4242 for Flying Heritage Collection office

Future of Flight Boeing Tour

Explore the dynamics of flight and experience new aviation innovations. Design and virtually test your own jet. Strap yourself into the Innovator for an exhilarating trip to virtual destinations and experiences like the Battle for Iwo Jima, a Grand Prix Race or a barnstorming stunt plane. Then go behind the scenes at Boeing—in the world's largest building—to watch the very same jets you may one day be a passenger on being assembled.

The Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour offers the only opportunity to tour a commercial jet assembly plant in North America. The center and tour are made possible through the collaboration of the Boeing Company, Future of Flight Foundation, Snohomish County Public Facilities District and the Snohomish County Airport/Paine Field .

Imagine - Create - Share - Explore

If education and aviation inspire you, if critical global issues concern you, if you agree that kids learn best through hands-on activities and collaboration, join us at the Future of Flight Foundation and explore innovative solutions to challenges affecting our world today.

“To be an innovator, you can't be worried about making mistakes.” -Julius Erving

Innovative thinkers continuously fuel their curiosity and imagination. They are creative and experimental, so they aren't afraid to take chances and learn from their mistakes. They collaborate and embrace different perspectives. And, most of all, they love to find solutions to problems.

The Future of Flight Foundation highlights aviation and creates experiences that engage participants to:

  • Cultivate curiosity
  • Stimulate imagination
  • Encourage creativity and experimentation
  • Generate collaboration
  • Explore solutions

Our Flights of Innovation program builds students' innovative thinking skills and encourages confidence. We believe kids thrive in a dynamic learning environment where they are free to experiment; experience real life aviation challenges, and learn to work together. With our interactive exhibits and programs, we inspire their interest in science, technology, engineering, and math related careers.

Get involved in the Future of Flight Foundation and see firsthand how innovation can evolve our world.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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