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News from Terry Ryan

August 2017

Terry Ryan's eNewsletter

Terry Ryan

Snohomish County Council
3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 609
Everett, Washington 98201
 8th floor, Robert J. Drewel Building 
Phone: 425-388-3494


Pam Pruitt, Legislative Aide

County Fireworks Ban?

I have received a number of calls requesting a ban on fireworks in the unincorporated areas around Mill Creek.  Last year, I brought this issue to a committee meeting for council discussion and consideration.  Based on the information received along the way, I proposed an advisory measure so that voters throughout the County could share their opinions.  Unfortunately, a majority of the county council did not want to put an advisory measure on the ballot.

The measure would have been advisory only.  The county council would have been required by law to allow all voters countywide to participate even though the measure would only apply to unincorporated areas.  If the majority of the public wanted a ban on fireworks in their areas, we could have written an ordinance tailored just for those specific areas.

The measure failed by a vote of 2 to 3.  I voted in favor of the measure.  Councilmember Stephanie Wright also supported it.  I will continue to pursue an advisory vote in the next year.

Bothell Conservations Futures Grant

Conservation Futures

I was honored to present a $1,000,000 ceremonial check to the Bothell City Council and community members Tuesday, July 18. This award helps save the Shelton View Forest in Bothell. 

The Shelton View Forest is a truly unique space in rapidly developing Bothell.  The grant from the Snohomish County Conservation Futures Program will help Bothell pay for a 17 acre parcel of private, forested land.  Once acquired, the plan is for the forest to be preserved and become a passive park.

Thank you to the Snohomish County Conservation Futures Board, my colleagues on the County Council, Bothell City Council members, and residents for working together!

National Night Out – Tuesday, August 1, 2017

National night Out


Have you ever attended a National Night Out event in your community? These events are great fun and free! The purpose is to raise community policing awareness and talk about local police programs. I was fortunate enough to attend three events last year. 

Once again, the Sheriff’s Office will be at Willis Tucker Community Park from 5 – 8 pm.  The Sheriff’s Office helicopter, fire trucks, and other emergency response vehicles will be onsite for kids to play in. There will be free food, live music, the splash pad and much more!   Over 1,500 residents participated in last year’s event.  We gave out over 1,100 hotdogs, 800 ears of corn, and over 600 snocones! 

The Sheriff’s Office will also be holding events in Darrington, Gold Bar, Granite Falls, Snohomish, Stanwood and Sultan.  If your neighborhood is hosting a National Night Out event and you would like to request a visit by a Sheriff’s Office deputy, you can register your event online.  Several neighborhoods are already signed up!

For more information visit:

I also attended the Mountlake Terrace Night Out last year. Again, there were over 1,500 people meeting with their local police department, learning more about personal security, playing games and having fun. 

Mountlake Terrace will hold its 2017 National Night Out at the Evergreen Playfield, 22205 56th Ave West starting at 6 pm. 

In 2016 Brier had a great turnout. Mayor Bob Colinas said they gave out over 900 hot dogs.

Brier, will hold its 2017 National Night Out at Brier Park at 6 pm. 

Mill Creek will hold its 2017 National Night out at Buffalo Park, 13401 44th Ave SE from 5:30 – 8:30 pm.   

I will be attending several National Night Out events and hope to see you there!

Phone scam targeting PSE customers sees recent spike - PSE is working with customers and enforcement agencies


Puget Sound Energy warns of a recent spike in a phone scam that targets residents and small businesses.  Since the start of July, PSE has received  nearly 200 reports of scammers trying to get money from customers, with six of those customers paying the thieves’ demands.  Scammers use sophisticated phone technology to alter Caller ID systems so it appears a call is coming from PSE.  The scammer warns that PSE will disconnect the customer’s energy service within an hour if the customer fails to make a payment through a prepaid money card or transfer. The long-running scam targets utility consumers across the country.

PSE advises customers to stay informed to protect themselves from fraud. Scammers can be threatening and clever in using new, deceptive tactics. 


-       PSE never asks or requires customers who have delinquent accounts to purchase a prepaid debit card to avoid disconnection.

-       PSE customers receive several communications related to bill payment before any disruption in service.

-       When it comes to bill payment calls,  PSE’s vendors do not call after noon on Saturdays and do not make any calls on Sundays; any calls during those periods are definite red flags.

-       Customers with concerns about a call to pay their bill should hang up and contact PSE directly at 1-888-225-5773.

-       PSE  urges customers to report suspicious, fraudulent calls and emails to the Washington Attorney General’s Office and the Federal Trade Commission.

$500,000 Grant Approved for Cocoon House – courtesy of the Boeing Employees Community Fund


The Boeing Employees Community fund has approved a $500,000 grant for Cocoon House toward the construction of a new $12M facility that will replace two older buildings the agency has since outgrown. The new building, located in downtown Everett, will add more units of housing to address the issue of homelessness and focus on programming that supports vulnerable youth. Having a safe, warm place to stay is the first step. Once a youth enters the housing program, they are then offered an array of services to help them stabilize and gain skills for independence. 

Some of the offerings at the new facility will include: 

  • 20 beds dedicated to housing homeless adults ages 18-24 (new demographic for Cocoon House)
  • 20 beds dedicated to housing homeless youth ages 15-17
  • Health services related to medical and dental referrals (not currently offered at existing facilities)
  • Intensive, personalized, one-on-one case management and advocacy
  • Life skills instruction, with an emphasis on helping youth increase self-sufficiency
  • Individual and family mental health counseling
  • Onsite drug and alcohol prevention and treatment

Annually, Cocoon House serves 2,500 youth through their Outreach, Housing and Prevention programs. Construction commences December 2017, with a grand opening in February 2019.

Thank you to our Boeing employees for their continuing commitment to our community!

Several options for veterans to get help, make connections at Verdant

Courtesy of Verdant Health

Each month, the Verdant Community Wellness Center hosts a number of opportunities for veterans and their families to get help navigating resources or make connections with new and old friends.

For assistance learning more about resources to support vets and their families, swing by the Veterans One-Stop Resource Center, which is staffed by local professionals and volunteers available to assist with referrals, medical and employment assistance, and career transitions. This resource center is open every Tuesday and the 1st Wednesday of each month from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More information at the Veterans One-Stop Resource Center calendar page.

Conversations, coffee, and food provide a great backdrop for vets to connect with one another at the monthly Hero's Cafe, hosted at Verdant one Tuesday a month, with the next one taking place on July 25. This drop-in social gathering is from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the dates listed on the Hero's Cafe calendar page.

Both of the above opportunities take place at the Verdant Community Wellness Center, 4710 196th St. SW in Lynnwood. For more online information and resources, visit Snohomish County's Network of Care or WA Serves Greater Puget Sound.

Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program

Courtesy of Workforce Snohomish

Workforce Snohomish has received $277,511 to provide homeless Snohomish County veterans job training and support services to assist their reintegration into the American workforce. The Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP), funded through the Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service program, provides outreach and services to homeless veterans countywide. A comprehensive referral and support network has been established comprised of housing providers, local veterans groups, faith-based organizations, libraries, community colleges, and other community organizations. These funds along with existing Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds will help assist individual’s transition into employment opportunities in the community.

Homeless veterans interested in services can contact Jon Frodema, Senior Program Navigator at

Community Transit is Hiring

Community Transit

Community Transit is expanding bus service and is looking to hire new drivers, mechanics and other positions.

According to the agency’s draft six-year plan, Community Transit will need more than 200 additional employees, mostly drivers, in order to meet its goal of increasing service nearly 40 percent by 2022.

All Community Transit job applications must be submitted online. Visit to see what jobs are open and to apply. Community Transit provides paid training for bus drivers; no experience is needed and the agency helps employees obtain their Commercial Drivers License (CDL).

County Accepting Applications for 2018 Lodging Tax Grants

Completed Applications Due by 12:00 p.m. Friday, 
August 25, 2017.

Snohomish County announced it is accepting annual tourism grant applications from non-profit and public tourism organizations for projects that increase overnight stays in the county.  

Funds may be used for marketing and promotion of visitor-related events, projects and activities which draw tourists to stay overnight in the county, and strongly align with the new 2018-2022 Snohomish County Strategic Tourism Plan.

Snohomish County Parks, Recreation and Tourism will be providing an informational grant workshop on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 to provide technical assistance with the 2018 grant application and to review the 2018-2022 Plan.  It will be held at Willis Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish WA 98296, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Approved grant funding starts in January 2018 for projects to be completed by December 15, 2018.  Details of eligibility and other program requirements are included in the application package, which must be completed and returned to Snohomish County Parks, Recreation and Tourism at Willis Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, M/S 303, Snohomish, WA 98296 by 12:00 p.m. (noon) Friday, August 25, 2017. 

For more information on the program, contact Carol Peterson at 425-388-6605 or

Sundquist Family Movies in the Park

It’s time for the 2017 Sundquist Family Movies in the Park. These mov­ies will run on Thurs­day evenings through August 17.  Movies begin at dusk and are free to the public. The movies are shown at Willis Tucker Park Amphitheater right here in our district, 6705 Puget Park Drive, in the Gold Creek area.

Open seating begins at 7:30 p.m. Movie start times listed below are approximate depending on the day­light. All movies are rated PG, are ap­propriate and fun for the entire family. Admission is free but donations are gladly accepted to benefit the Snohom­ish County Parks Dept. Seating is on the grass so bring low back lawn chairs and blankets for comfort.


July 27 “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” 
9:18 p.m.

August 3 “Sing” 9:07 p.m.

August 10 “The Lego Batman Movie” 8:55 p.m.

August 17 “Moana” 8:41 p.m.

Snacks are available for purchase from the Mill Creek Lions Club. All proceeds support various youth and family projects. There will be pre-movie entertainment each week.

Thank you again to Larry Sundquist and his family for sponsoring Movies in the Park. This is a fun night out for families. We could not do this without their kindness and sponsorship!

Bring your family to the movies and I hope to see you there!

District Events


Bothell Farmer's Market at Country Village - Fridays - Noon - 6pm.

Bothell Farmers

Join us for the 20th annual Bothell Farmers Market season open every Friday through September 29th from noon to 6pm.

The Bothell Farmers Market features a large variety of in-season, locally grown produce, straight from the farm! Pick up fresh cut flower bouquets, locally grown berries, homemade baked goods, fresh bread, eggs, organic fruits & veggies, oil & vinegar, honey, coffee, loose leaf tea, & jams! We sell handmade items from local artisans including jewelry, candles, & more.

Visitors will enjoy live music and the beautiful grounds of Country Village, in addition to forty locally owned shops and restaurants.

The market is located in the center parking lot of Country Village. Stock up on the best of the Northwest!

Stop by every Friday throughout the summer and pick up everything you need for the weekend. Buy fresh, feel fresh! Don’t miss FRESH FRIDAYS at the Bothell Farmers Market!

For more information or applications, visit the Farmers Market tab on our website:

Country Village is located just two miles north of Bothell or one mile south of Canyon Park, on the Bothell-Everett Highway, or take exit #26 off I-405 and go south one mile. 

  • 23718 Bothell Everett Highway, Bothell , WA 98021
  • 425-488-2250

Park Ridge Community Market Wednesdays 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Park Ridge Farmers

Join the excitement every Wednesday through September from 4-8 pm at the corner of Maltby Rd and 39th in Bothell. Enjoy listening to the Sky View Jr. High Jazz Band as you shop with local merchants for fresh organic and pesticide free produce, berries, flowers, grass fed meat, range free eggs, handmade , homemade and eco-friendly items, honey, gifts,  kettle corn, cotton candy and much more.  Let the kids meet a little piggy and join in a contest to name him, learn about farms and animals, play on the Bouncy House and Race Cars. Have a bite to eat from one of our food trucks while getting to know your neighbors.  You may even get a chance to meet our local police and show how much you support them.  As you shop you will have your name put in for an end of the season drawing for a $500.00 Visa card as well as chances to win $10.00 certificates to be spent with the great vendors.  The more you shop throughout the summer, the better your chances to win the big prize. Join us every Wednesday as we “Re-create a Sense of Community.”

  • 3805 Maltby Rd., Bothell, WA 98012
  • 425-481-8801

Live Music

·  The Olson Bros Band @ Music in the Park

July 28, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ North Creek Sportsfield #3

Come join us for this fun, high energy Olympia-based Country/Rock band!

·  Lynnwood Community Band Concert

July 29, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater

Don't miss out on this great performance from the Lynnwood Community Band!

·  Recess Monkey @ Just Kidding Around

August 2, 2017, 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM @ Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater

Don't miss Recess Monkey, three teachers who make kid's music that grows out of their days in their classrooms.

·  Afrodisiacs @ Music in the Park

August 4, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ North Creek Sportsfield #3

Put on your Boogie Shoes and come Disco Down with the Afrodisiacs!

·  UW Husky Alumni Band Concert

August 5, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater

Come join us for this free community concert, presented by the UW Husky Alumni Band!

·  Kings of Swing @ Music in the Park

August 11, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ North Creek Sportsfield #3

Come join us for the Puget Sound's premiere Big Band!

·  The Not-Its! @ Just Kidding Around

August 16, 2017, 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM @ Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater

Grab your pink & black tutus and skinny ties and get ready to rock with The Not-Its!

·  High Voltage @ Music in the Park

August 18, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ North Creek Sportsfield #3

Time jump, dance and get electrified with killer rock tunes!

·  Creme Tangerine @ Music in the Park

August 25, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ North Creek Sportsfield #3

Don't miss Seattle's premiere Beatles tribute band!

·  Blyth Park Family Campout

August 26, 2017, 5:00 PM - August 27, 2017, 10:00 AM @ Blyth Park

Join us for an unforgettable night in the great outdoors at Bothell’s Blyth Park! Check out all the details on our main event page.


Block Watch & Crime Prevention Meeting

Brier City Hall
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Brier community members are encouraged to attend if they are interested in the Block Watch Program & Crime Prevention.

August 1 – National Night Out – Brier Park – 6 pm

Let’s give crime & drugs a going away party!

· Live Local Music
· Sit Inside a Real Police Car
· Anti-Crime Give Aways
· Get Your Kids Fingerprinted
· Free Hot Dogs, Chips, Water
· Car Show
· Safety & Crime Prevention
· Display Booths
· Food Drive
· Huge Inflatable Toy for the Kids

August 4 – KidScare – Brier Library at 11 am

Join your fellow buccaneers for a thunderin’ grrreat time at Brier Library’s KidScare. There will be crafts, games, grub and grog (cookies and juice).

We will also have a special visit from a real SeaScare pirate. Argh! For children and families.

We encourage the kids to meet back at the library, with their projects, at 6PM on August 9th to get ready to walk with us in the SeaScare Parade.

August 9 – SeaScare – 7 pm – Brier Road

This will be the 16th year for this local event. Hatched as an idea to replace Brierfest,

the Park Board, got creative and developed this festival centered around the business core of Brier.

Join us as the people and sea creatures of Brier get together for a casual evening of fun. Gather the kids on your block and enter the parade - the theme is scary sea creatures, octopi, pirates, boats, nautical or any sea related idea. Parade, Salmon Derby, Pie Eating Contest and Live Music.

For complete details on all these events visit or call: or
City of Brier Parks and Recreation - (206) 498-7426

Mill Creek

Mill Creek Town Center Summer Concert Series

Every Wednesday through August 30, 2017, the Mill Creek Town Center Business Association is sponsoring its annual Summer Concert Series from 6 – 8 pm at the FORUM at Creekside Village (151st St SE & Main Street).

July 26: High Voltage
August 2:  Highway 9
August 9:  Cherry Cherry
August 16:  Sly Mr. Y
August 23:  Crème Tangerine
August 30:  Ventura Highway Revisited 

Open Mic Night

Open Mic

Open Mic for young musicians. Family friendly, supportive environment for musicians of all talent levels to perform and collaborate with other musicians. We'll run past 8:30 if we have enough performers or if jams form from the performers who show up. Invite your friends and family to come out and support you. We have a drum kit and sound gear. Just bring your instruments and your talent.

Mill Creek Summer Children’s Concerts

childrens concerts mill creek

The Friends of the Mill Creek Library are co-sponsoring with the City of Mill Creek and other local sponsors to present four children’s summer concerts over four weeks at Library Park on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. These performances feature music, fun and laughs for children of all ages. Bring a picnic, a blanket and join the entertainment.

The concert schedule is as follows: 

August 2 – Tia Quackertunes
August 9 – Buck & Elizabeth 

Admission is free, but a non-perishable food item donation to support the Mill Creek Community Food Bank is suggested. Parking is available at the Library parking lot and on the north side of the street off of 156th Street SE. For more information, visit

Community Invited to Participate in National Night Out on Aug. 1.

National Night Out

The community is invited to join the City of Mill Creek first responders for National Night Out on Aug. 1. Festivities will take place at Buffalo Park, located at 13401 44th Ave. SE between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. 

“We are bringing together the community and representatives from the Mill Creek Police Department, Snohomish County Fire District 7 and SNOCOM Dispatch Center for fun and food in the park,” said Mill Creek Police Detective Sergeant Stan White. “We will be on site with information to help our community with crime prevention and fire safety.”

The Mill Creek Police Department also will stop by bock parties throughout Mill Creek, delivering KettleCorn and getting to know the community better. Learn more about the event or register a neighborhood block party at

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Neighborhoods can host block parties, cookouts and visits from emergency personnel.

Mill Creek Second Thursday Art Walk

Art Walk

Join the Mill Creek Town Center for our last Art Walk of 2017 on Thursday, August 10th. This fun event is sure to be enjoyed by the whole family. Come meet local artists and enjoy a fun evening out.

Mountlake Terrace

Tour de Terrace  July 28-30


Tour De Terrace

Come watch the Tour de Terrace Parade! See celebrities, cool cars, amazing floats, drill teams, Mountlake Terrace High School Athletes, and so much more! And of course, the SeaFair pirates are on hand to "terrify" and delight the children! 

When Friday, July 28, 2017
Time 7:00 PM
Check-In Check-in at the Civic Center on 58th & 232nd SW
Notice Backpacks are prohibited and will be subject to search

5K Run and & Walk


Join us on Saturday, July 29th for this great community event. Hosted by the Cedar Way Elementary Parent Teacher Organization, and in partnership with the Tour de Terrace, this benefit run has raised thousands of dollars for students of Mountlake Terrace elementary schools. e welcome all who enjoy a good run/walk, with others in the community who support local schools .The annual MLT Fun Run is a wonderful family, small town event with a purpose. 

The course is an out and back 5K, starting and ending at the Mountlake Terrace High School. The route winds through the local neighborhoods and a woodsy trail in Terrace Creek Park. The terrain is good for families with jogging strollers, the young, the old and even the competitive. 

Event details and schedule
July 28
Registration / Packet pick-up @ Mountlake Terrace Tour de Terrace ( 22289 56th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043).  

  • 1pm - 6pm, Friday, July 28th 
  • Registration available (but no t-shirts guaranteed at this point)
  • Packets with bib info and t-shirts may be picked up (shirts guaranteed for those who register before July 10th; shirts provided afterwards until we run out) 

July 29
Race Day at Mountlake Terrace High School.
Parking is available in the high school parking lot. Race will start from the high school entrance road promptly at 8:30am. Water and light snacks provided.  

  • 7:45am - Registration / Packet pick-up
  • 8:30am - Race start
  • 9:30am - Awards/prizes

Pancake Breakfast



Join us at are annual outdoor pancake breakfast! Eat delicious pancakes smothered in butter, syrup, or whatever! Also included, bacon, juice, and coffee!

When Saturday July 29 and Sunday July 30
Time 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Cost $6.00
Where South end of the main field 

Classic Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show

Car Show

Saturday, July 29th
9:00AM to 3:00PM
Gates open at 8:00AM

Nothing can get you jump-started and your carburetor flowing like a visit to the Tour de Terrace Car Show. See the fantastic cars, trucks and motorcycles at this year’s Annual Tour de Terrace. It’s history on wheels. Cars and spectators are revving up for the car, truck and motorcycle show.

Located on the grass field next to the Carnival at Evergreen Playfield Complex, the car show line up begins at 8:00 a.m. with viewing of vehicles beginning at 10:00 a.m. The Car Show entry fee is $20 and vehicles must be street legal to sign up. The first 100 participants receives a dashboard plaque when he or she registers for the show.

Cars, trucks and motorcycles compete in 14 categories for trophies, including Best in Show, and 9 of them being 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Voting opens at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m. to allow time for the tabulating of the ballots. Trophies are awarded at approximately 3:00 p.m.

Enjoy live music as you do your own bumper-to-bumper inspection on everything from antiques to works of art. Vote for your choice on Saturday at Tour de Terrace.



Join us for an awesome fireworks show from Wolverine Fireworks! The show starts around 10PM on Saturday the 29th.


Friday Night (7/28/2017)

8:30pm to 11:00pm Brohamm

Saturday (7/29/2017)

12:00pm-2:00pm Doug Cooper
2:20pm to 3:20pm GenRAShun
3:30pm to 4:20pm Robbie Dee (Elvis Tribute)
4:40pm to 5:20pm GenRAShun with Rick Knotts
5:40pm to 7:40pm Soundbeats (Beatles Tribute)
8:00pm to 11:00pm The Wingmen

Sunday (7/30/2017)

12:00pm to 1:40pm Jim Smith
2:00pm to 3:40pm Little Bill
4:00pm to 6:00pm Soulminers (Dance Party)




Davis Shows Northwest returns with a fantastic carnival, featuring awesome rides and a midway full of fun games. Ride the the Ali Baba, the Orbiter, the Zipper, Vertigo, Zendar, or the Starship 2000... but not on a full stomach! Or wander over to the midway and try your hand at Hoop Shots, Water Balloons, Balloon Darts, Paradise Place, and more.

Tickets are expected to be $3.75 each for rides; all day wrist bands are $26.

Date Friday the 28th through Sunday the 30th
Time Fri 2:00 PM to Midnight, Sat Noon to Midnight, Sun Noon to 6.

Street Fair

Arts and Crafts Booths

arts and crafts


Lot of Art and Crafts booths will be lined up at the Tour de Terrace Street fair, selling amazing items by local craftsmen and craftswomen.

Food Booths

Food Booth


Nom nom nom! Time to pig out at the amazing food booths lined up at the Tour de Terrace Street Fair.

Beer Garden

Beer Garden


Thirsty? Stop by our beer garden and quench your parched throat! 21 and over only, and make sure to bring your ID!

Mountlake Terrace - Summer Bazaar July 29, 2017
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Join us for a fun-filled summer bazaar!

Enjoy give-a-ways, raffles, BBQ hot dogs, cotton candy, and a bake sale!

Sponsored by and hosted at Vineyard Park Senior Assisted Living & Memory Care Community. Proceedes go to raise money for the walk to End Alzheimer’s of Snohomish County “ The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research.

For more info, contact 

National Night Out

Night Out


The City of Mountlake Terrace has its annual award-winning National Night Out Against Crime on the first Tuesday evening in August at 6:00 p.m. at Evergreen Playfield, 22205 56th Avenue West. 

Our free, family-friendly event combines entertainment, food and community involvement for a fun-filled evening. Entertainment includes music, bouncy house, caricature artist, free food and more! 

Citizens can meet city officials, learn about local businesses and service organizations, and celebrate with neighbors. 

For further information about the event or if you would like to participate, contact Community Relations Director Virginia Olsen at or (425) 744-6206.

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