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Events Calendar

Wed August 20

Music on the Plaza
Snohomish County Campus Amphitheater
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Wed August 20

Music at the Fountain
Wetmore Theatre Plaza
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Wed August 20

Alzheimer's Association Town Hall
Gipson Senior Center
5:30pm - 7:30pm
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Wed August 20

AquaSox Baseball
Everett Memorial Stadium
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Thu August 21

Music at the Marina
Port of Everett
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Schack Art Center
2921 Hoyt Ave | (425) 259-5050
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Sol Food Bar & Grill
1405 Hewitt Ave | (425) 252-6768
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Downtown Banya

2814 Colby Ave | (425) 252-2692
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The Majestic Cafe
2929 Colby Ave | (425) 339-2074
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Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.
1524 W. Marine View Drive | (425) 257-9316
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Studio Donna Salon & Spa
2944 Colby Ave | (425) 258-4941
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Featured EVENT

Jetty Island

Welcome to the ‘dog days’ of summer – the warm, lazy, late-August/early-September days that just scream for a picnic and a nap at the beach.

There’s no better time to visit Jetty Island. This little man-mad island just off the Everett coastline is the perfect place to spend a lazy summer afternoon. A free ferry runs multiple times a day during the summer, and visitors can check out the interpretive center, watch kiteboarders do their thing (or give kiteboarding a try!), or hike to a more remote area of the strip and just enjoy the scenery.

Our picnic recommendation: grab lunch to-go from one of downtown Everett’s great little restaurants or cafes (we’d suggest the Smoked Chicken “Bumbucha” Won Ton Salad from Kama Aina Grindz or one of Silver Cup Coffee Café’s organic Molly’s sandwiches – both are delicious and travel well).

Check out this great Seattle Times article for more information.



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Situated just feet from the railroad tracks (the building shakes every time a train goes by), this big, dark downtown Everett pub is steeped in history. With the exception of a short hiatus during Washington’s prohibition, The Anchor has been serving drinks to thirsty Everettonians for well over a century. Millworkers used to crowd the place after work, and patrons could usually expect to catch a wild bar fight on any given night. The famed Everett Massacre took place just steps away from the front doors – on a dock at the end of Hewitt Ave.

After a short closure, the neighborhood bar has reopened and has more to offer than ever. A new kitchen, remodeled bar, and bartops designed by downtown Everett furniture mavens Elpis & Wood are just a few of the upgrades, but the place still feels authentic – rooted in downtown Everett’s gritty, working-man past.

With the addition of the kitchen, The Anchor is now a full-service restaurant. The menu on opening night featured items like sliders, fried pickles, and crab-jalapeno poppers. Happy hour happens from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. daily. The bar is open Tues – Sun. Follow them on Facebook for more details.


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