Attractions

Snohomish County Museum and Historical Association

Our Mission

To perpetuate the memory and spirit of our pioneers, to identify and preserve historical documents, relics and incidents, and to encourage historical research today and tomorrow.

About the Edmonds Historical Museum

Become a Member Today!

The museum building has two floors. The upper floor features an exhibit gallery which offers temporary rotating displays, a diorama depicting the 1910 Edmonds town site and waterfront, and the Cook Victorian Parlor. The upper level also houses the administrative office, work rooms, a local history library and an extensive photography archive. The public is encouraged to use the research library, with an advance appointment.

The ground floor consists of the long-term exhibit conceived to commemorate the centennial of the incorporation of the City of Edmonds 1890/1990. "The Changing Face of Edmonds" is an encapsulated, thematic, and chronological history exhibit, interpreting the many changes that have taken place, from the age of exploration and discovery, through the founding and growth of the city, and up to the 1950s when the last mill closed. Highlights of the exhibit include a reconstruction of a room from the 1894 Stevens Hotel, and a working model of a shingle mill, representative of the mills that filled the waterfront at the turn of the century.

Contact Us

  • Treasurer: Mary VanMeter
  • Corresponding Secretary: Bill Brougher

Edmonds Historical Museum
118 5th Avenue North
P.O. Box 52
Edmonds, WA 98020
Phone: 425-774-0900

Everett Theatre

The Historic Everett Theatre is pleased to announce that we have partnered with
Everett's Hawthorne Elementary School in support of their weekend food backpack program!

HISTORIC EVERETT THEATRE
and
Purple Phoenix Productions
Present
"Aretha Franklin At The Apollo"
Starring Stacie Calkins

SATURDAY, JULY 30TH 8:00PM

The popular and gifted performer Ms. Stacie Calkins returns to the Historic Everett Theatre to sing a full range of Aretha Franklin's songs.

Tickets:
$16.50 for Adults
$13.50 for Students/Seniors/Military
$11.50 for Groups of 8 or More

Tickets are available through the box office - in person - or by telephone at 425-258-6766, or online at www.etix.com. Please note: an additional convenience fee will apply to online sales.

HE ELVIS TRIBUTE SHOW!

DANNY VERNON'S "ILLUSION OF ELVIS SHOW"

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 2011 AT 7:30 PM

Featuring Danny Vernon and The Devilles - this show will include an "Elvis & Buddy" memorial.

From the many years of admiration of Elvis Presley, Danny has sought to create a show that would hold the excitement of Elvis on Stage. "I try to recapture the charisma and sex appeal that helped spark a new direction in popular culture. In addition, I also aspire to show respect, and support the integrity of the man and his music.".....Danny Vernon

Tickets are 16.50 for Adults - $13.50 for Students/Seniors/Military, and are available through the box office - in person - or by telephone at (425) 258-6766.

Tickets may also be purchased online at www.etix.com Please note that tickets purchased on line are subjec to an additional online convenience fee.

The Museum of Flight

Visit the Museum

The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, attracting more than 400,000 visitors annually. The Museum's collection includes more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn®—the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co. The Museum's aviation and space library and archives are the largest on the West Coast. More than 100,000 individuals are served annually by the Museum's on-site and outreach educational programs. The Museum of Flight is accredited by the American Associations of Museums, and is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.

Address

9404 East Marginal Way S
Seattle, WA 98108-4097
Phone: 206.764.5720
Map & Directions
Everett Restoration Center Information

The Museum of Flight is located South of downtown Seattle, at the south end of Boeing Field / King County Airport; Exit 158 off Interstate 5. Free Parking adjacent to the Museum and Airpark. Metro Bus Route #124

General Admission

  • Adults $16
  • Seniors (65+) $14
  • Youths (5-17) $9
  • Children (4 and under) Free
  • Adult Groups $13*
  • Senior Groups $12*
  • Youth Groups $7*

Museum Hours

Daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
First Thursday of each month:
10 a.m.-9 p.m. (5 p.m.-9 p.m. Free.)
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Airpark Hours
Daily: 10:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

*Groups: 10 or more paid visitors paying in one transaction - click here for information on group visits. For booking a school visit or field trip please contact:Denny Smith at 206.764.1384 or dsmith@museumofflight.org.

Looking for Museum passes to support your fundraiser? Click here for information on our donation policy.
Free First Thursday Evenings

Thanks to sponsor Wells Fargo Bank, Museum admission is free of charge on the first Thursday evening of every month from 5-9 p.m.

Digital AudioGuides

Add a personal tour guide to your Museum visit with an AudioGuide. This personal electronic tour will add rich background as you view the inspiring exhibits. AudioGuides are available in Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian and English. AudioGuides rentals are only $5 each and there are discounts available for groups, Museum members and AAA members.

CityPass

The Museum of Flight is a Seattle CityPass attraction. With a CityPass, you can "see six famous Seattle attractions at one low price."

GoSeattle Card

The GoSeattle Card is the perfect way to save on your Seattle vacation. Get unlimited free admission to over 30 attractions and tours for one low price.

Tourist Information If you are planning to visit the Seattle area, you will find useful information at the following web sites:

Seattle's Best Attractions
Seattle Southside Visitor Information
Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau
Washington State Tourism Office

Show Your AAA Card & Save

* Children (4 and under): Free
* Youth (5-17): $8
* Adults: $14
* Seniors: $12

Comcast Arena At Everett

Tickets are available at the Comcast Arena at Everett Box Office without service charges.

Box Office Hours (Summer Hours)

Non-Event Days -

  • Monday - Thursday 12 pm - 5 pm
  • Friday - 10 am - 2 pm
  • Closed Saturday, Sunday, and on Non-Event Days

Event Days -

  • Monday to Saturday - open at 10 am
  • Sunday - open two hours prior to showtime

Will Call

Tickets at Will call are available anytime during regular business hours with valid photo ID and confirmation number.

Arena Policies

* News
* Ticket Help & FAQs
* Seating Charts
* Gift Certix / Arena Bucks
* Arena Policies
* Accessibility Information
* Inside the Arena
* Preferred Partners
* Where to Stay & Eat
* How You Doin'?
* Text Message Service
* Hall of Fame

Alcohol

Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into the Comcast Arena at Everett. Alcoholic beverages will be sold by Centerplate Catering during most events.
Smoking Policy

Smoking is permitted in a designated smoking area outside the SE doors. Please extinguish all smoking materials 25 feet from the entrance as indicated.
Cameras and Recording Devices

As a general rule, cameras and recording devices of any kind are not permitted inside the Comcast Arena at Everett. This is subject to change on an event by event basis. If the show does not permit cameras, the guest will be asked to return that item to his or her vehicle. In the event the show does permit cameras, the general rule of thumb to go by is cameras with a detachable lens will still not be permitted. The Comcast Arena at Everett cannot hold any personal property belonging to a guest.
Re-Entry

Once a patron leaves the Comcast Arena at Everett during an event, there is no re-entry permitted unless another ticket is purchased with the exception of medical or emergency situations.
Re-selling of Tickets / Scalping

Re-selling of tickets by private parties is prohibited on the Comcast Arena at Everett property and for a one block radius around the Center.
Solicitation / Selling of Illegal Merchandise / Bootlegging

Selling of illegal merchandise not sold under the approval of the Comcast Arena at Everett management is prohibited on Comcast Arena at Everett property and within a one block radius around the Comcast Arena at Everett and is subject to confiscation.

Solicitation of any kind on Arena property, including the distribution of promotional materials, without the express consent of Arena management is strictly prohibited.
Artist Lineup Subject to Change

Events, times, productions and performers are subject to change without notice.
Guest Conduct

The Comcast Arena at Everett strives to provide its guests with a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable atmosphere. Guests interfering with other guests’ ability to enjoy the event including using foul or abusive language or inappropriate gestures may be subject to eviction. Guests appearing to be under the influence of an illegal substance may be evicted from the Comcast Arena at Everett and turned over to the authorities.
Restricted Items

Aerosol cans
Adhesive Tape
Air horns
Alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs
Animals except certified service dogs
Backpacks or oversized items
Balloons
Beach balls and other inflatables
Belts made of metal or chains or including spikes and/or studs
Bota bags or wine skins
Bullhorns or noise makers
Cameras or recording devices varies by event
Chains over six inches in length
Confetti
Fireworks, firearms, or other weapons
Glass bottles or aluminum cans
Ice chests, coolers or thermos containers
Laser pointers
Outside food or beverage
Skateboards or roller blades
Sticks or clubs including signs attached to sticks
Stools or folding chairs
Water bottles or mugs
Weapons
Contact Us

Main Phone:
425.322.2600 or Email

Northwest Savoyards

Share the Spotlight:
Become A Volunteer Every Bit Helps!
Now It's Even Easier to
Support Musical Theater!

Northwest Savoyards Presents:

Hello, Dolly!
Starting June 3rd - 19th
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Sundays at 2:30 p.m.

Get Into the Act

Audition for upcoming performance(s) here

Ever wanted to be an actor, singer or stage tech?
If you have, contact us today about auditioning for our next show. Northwest Savoyards Musical Theatre Society is always looking for new talent. Click here to Schedule an Audition .

Or, if you want to help with stage tech, lighting and/or props... Contact us! We need you, too! Click here to Sign up .

Historic Everett Theatre

2911 Colby Avenue, Everett, WA 98023 | Get Directions

In the comfort of our beautiful setting, loyal fans and newcomers alike will surely enjoy the same high-quality, family-friendly stage productions that Northwest Savoyards has become highly acclaimed for in the Puget Sound and surrounding areas.

So, come on out and Join Us! “You'll be glad that you did!”

Everett Arboretum

Wouldn't it be wonderful to visit a place that had a large variety of plants, labeled and growing with compatible plants; a place that you could go to for inspiration for your own garden? And wouldn't it be great if you didn't have to fight traffic to get there? Well, have we got news for you! Right here in Snohomish County such a place exists. It's called the Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens. The facility is open daily year round from dawn to dusk free of charge.

Founded in 1963, it is tucked into the West side of Everett's Legion Park and remains undiscovered to many county residents. It is now enjoying a resurgence of interest with the regional fascination in landscaping and gardening. the Arboretum is ready to offer not only ideas pertinent to today�s home gardener, but the relaxed enjoyment of a peaceful, beautiful setting.

We seem not to be limited by imagination, but by funds and hands-on support. This is where you can really help! Consider volunteering on one or more of the eight work days each year. No gardening experience required, just your enthusiasm.

About Us

When you step through the Little and Lewis blue entrance columns, you are truly transported to a place of beauty and peace. Trees, shrubs, perennial gardens, a rock garden, Japanese Maple Walk, outdoor pavilion plus sculptures and an incredible fountain, work together to form a unique Snohomish County destination.

True to the original mission statement in 1963, a large portion of the collection is labeled for the enlightenment of the public. Its beauty changes with the seasons, making it a place that you will want to visit over and over again.

VISION STATEMENT OF EVERGREEN ARBORETUM AND GARDENS
To create and maintain a pre-eminent public arboretum with gardens of national and international repute that showcases diverse plant collections as well as regional art.

MISSION STATEMENT OF EVERGREEN ARBORETUM AND GARDENS
To spread understanding and enjoyment related to the plant world by providing an easily accessible public garden dedicated to study, relaxation and inspiration.

Contact Us

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens
PO Box 13014
Everett, WA 98206-13014
Directions

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens Membership/Donation:
Membership/Donation

Volunteers Information:
Volunteer

Press and Media Contact:
Sandy Schumacher

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens Voice Mail:
(425) 257-8597

Email inquires:
Contact Us

All inquiries concerning Arboretum rental use, please contact the Everett Parks Recreation office 425-257-8300 or email PARKS

Historic Everett

Hewitt District Tour
July 16, 1pm
$10 public/$5 members
Meet at NW corner Hewitt Ave & Wetmore Ave
See a variety of architecture in the newly designated Hewitt Avenue National Historic District and learn their unique histories with historian and educator Jack O'Donnell. Pay at the event.

Out of Town Series:
Mt. Vernon Tour
August 13, 8:30am-4pm, $30
Meet in Mt. Vernon, RSVP
Discover the heritage and the architecture many miss as they drive up I-5. We will tour Mt. Vernons "Mainstreet" and a box luch presentation before visiting the National Register site of Northern State Hospital.
Home Tour
& Restoration Fair
Sept 10, 10am-4pm, $20
Tour starts at Van Valey House: 2130 Colby Ave
Check out the interiors of 8 historic homes and also learn tricks to fix up your home from over 2 dozen vendors at Trinity Lutheran College downtown with several free seminars all day.
Members recieve $5 discount for all events above.

StoryBook Theater

StoryBook Theater was founded in 1998 with very specific goals in mind – first and foremost, to introduce very young audiences to the magic and wonder of live musical theater. To meet that goal we, Lani Brockman and Susan Bardsley , (with the creative collaboration of our talented professional actors) write 55-minute musicals aimed specifically at the 3 to 10-year-old, while not forgetting the parents, grandparents and teachers who bring them to the theater. Our shows are enjoyed by children and adults alike! We combine beautiful, bright costumes with our gorgeous “storybook” sets, then add them to songs, dances and clever, updated fairy tales, to produce musicals for young audiences and their families.

An important value that we integrate into every performance is audience participation. StoryBook characters ask questions of the audience and expect answers!

StoryBook audiences sing and dance! StoryBook audiences sometimes have chase scenes happen right among them! StoryBook audience members occasionally help us on stage!

The creators of StoryBook also believe in including life lessons in our shows. Cinderella learns (and teaches) not to judge someone by his or her outside. The 3 Pigs learn about cooperation and working together. The Emperor learns that his new clothes are not as important as who is inside those new clothes. We believe in fairness and treating others with respect and carefully try to fill our shows with those messages.

All in all, StoryBook Theater is a short, fun, enriching experience for families and school groups; and you can't beat our ticket prices! Join us for a fabulous and fun theater experience!

Jetty Island

Jetty Island Days begins

Jetty Island Days begins July 1
Island provides fun for everyone

EVERETT- Everett's Jetty Island Days runs July 1 through Sept. 5.

You can wiggle your toes in the sand, play in the water and explore the nature trails. There are also a variety of activities throughout the season.

The ferry departs seven days a week from the 10th Street Boat Launch and Marine Park, located at 10th and West Marine View Drive on Everett's waterfront:

Monday - Thursday 10am-5:50pm
Friday & Saturday 10am-8:50pm
Sunday 11am-6:50pm.

For more information, go to: http://www.ci.everett.wa.us/default.aspx?ID=503

Bryant Blueberry Farm and Nursery

Bryant Blueberry Farm and Nursery is a family-owned, child-friendly farm in the Pacific Northwest near Seattle, using sound environmental and sustainable agricultural methods. We are committed to growing top-quality berries and providing a safe and fun experience for kids.

U-Pick

Come enjoy picking berries with your children during the summer harvesting season… [read more]

Our u-pick, we-pick berry farm is open to the public during the picking season for you and your children to enjoy. Kids will have fun picking our plump, juicy berries and playing on our playground, while they watch the ducks or pet our goats. Bring lunch and enjoy the scenery from our picnic tables.

In addition to huckleberries and a wide variety of blueberries, we have begun growing other berries — currants, aronia berries, sea berries and raspberries, and look forward to picking them in future years. Our tayberry crop will be ready for picking this summer. Harvesting schedule. Directions to our farm. [hide]

We-Pick

Blueberries are also available ready-picked.
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For your convenience, we offer pints, half and full flats of fresh in-season berries ready for purchase. [hide]

Buy Plants : Online or On-Site

Several varieties of blueberry plants and evergreen huckleberry plants are available… [read more]

for purchase from our online store or on-site from our nursery, from early March through October 31. Appointments may be requested during the off-season months, or stop by when our farm is open for u-picking. [hide]

Facilities and Accessibility

Our field is kept trimmed and mowed, for easy picking. Our farm is a natural setting… [read more]

Fresh Berry Varieties

Come Pick a Variety of Blueberries!

We have several varietes of blueberries, which ripen at different times throughout the harvest season. Please refer to the chart below.

Our Harvest Season

Our harvest season depends upon the weather, and our season dates will vary from year to year. Early season usually occurs in mid-July, while late season tends to be in mid- to late-August. Fall season berries are generally ripe in September. For current information, please see the green box at the right.

U-Cut Flowers

Pick your own bouquet from late July through August. Our beautiful u-cut dahlias are available for 50 cents per stem.

Change the water often and trim the stems weekly, and you'll enjoy your bouquet for two to three weeks.

FAQs For U-Pickers

Go to FAQs for Plant Buyers
When Is the Best Time to Come U-Pick?

Early in the day is always best. The air is cooler and your picking experience is more enjoyable. You will also be one of the first to pick the newly-ripened berries. After noon, the picking is often harder because the berries have been picked through. We open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday during the harvest season, so you can begin picking early in the day.
When Are You Open For U-Picking?

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Which Berry Varieties Do You Grow on Your Farm?

Please refer to our fresh berry variety chart to see which berries we grow, learn about the fruit characteristics, and see when they will ripen.
What is a Tayberry?

The tayberry, a cross between a blackberry and red raspberry, is named for the Scottish river Tay, where the hybrid plant was first cultivated. The berry is sweet and large, eaten fresh or made into jams, and is usually ready for harvest from mid-July through mid-August.
Which Blueberry Is the Biggest?

Chandler and Darrow varieties are the largest.
What are the Top Three Sweetest Blueberries?

Earliblue, Toro and Jersey are the sweetest berries we grow.
How Much Do U-Pick Blueberries Cost?

U-pick blueberries are $2.00 per pound.
How Much Do Ready-Picked Blueberries Cost?

Please call 360-474-8424 during our harvest season for our current prices.
Do I Need to Bring My Own Bucket to Pick, or a Box to Bring the Berries Home In?

No, we provide picking buckets, and boxes to take your berries home in at no additional charge.
How Long Will U-Cut Flowers Last?

If you change the water often and trim the bottoms of the stems weekly, your bouquet should last two to three weeks.
Where Is Bryant Blueberry Farm Located?

5628 Grandview Road Arlington, Washington 98223. Get directions and map.

Fun for Kids and Families

Children Enjoy Picking Berries

Kids love to pick our plump, juicy blueberries. The ripe berries come off the bush easily and it's quick and satisfying to fill up a bucket. Other berries are available for picking when in season.

Farm Animals

Make friends with our animals by offering them a handful or two of feed. Children can watch our ducks or pet our friendly goats, Lili and Coco.

Playground and Wide Open Space

Children are free to use our playground, which is complete with sandbox, swingset and tether ball, basket ball and plenty of wide open space to run around.

Family Picnic

You are welcome to bring lunch and enjoy the scenery from our picnic tables, or bring a blanket and sit on the grass. We offer drinks and snacks for purchase to supplement your picnic. Come have a special family day on our farm!

Recipes

Below is a sampling of our favorite recipes to help you enjoy our healthful berries. Bon appétit!

Bryant Blueberry Farm Cookbook

Our own Bryant Blueberry Farm Cookbook is here!. Packed with delicious ways to enjoy one of the world's healthiest and tastiest fruits. You'll learn to start using blueberries in many new ways – drinks, jams, sauces, marinades, appetizers, salads, breads, breakfasts, and desserts. Bon Appétit! $13.99 includes shipping.
Order now from our book store.

Recipes Using Blueberries

Bryant Blueberry Freezer Jam
Bryant Blueberry Spinach Salad
Bryant Blueberry-Rhubarb Pie
Bryant Blueberry Muffins
Bryant Blueberry Smoothie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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