Family Fun Day June 1
SNOHOMISH – You're invited to North Snohomish Little League's 5th Annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 1! Bring your family and friends to celebrate another incredible season of baseball and softball in the greater Snohomish community!
Again this year, there will be favorite activities including the 20 foot slide, oversized bouncy house, food vendors and the rock climbing wall. More activites have been added this year, including a boxing ring, spin art, sand art booth, dance center and more!
Unlimited Carnival Activity Wristbands can be purchased at the event for $10. Carnival rides will be from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
League tournaments will start at 10 a.m. The Adult Jack and Jill tournament is back and open to anyone over 18 years old.
Finishing up the fun; there will be a movie under stars at 8:30 p.m. featuring a baseball favorite classic.... “Sandlot!” Pick your viewing spot, grab some popcorn and enjoy! What a great way for your family to kick off summer!
Family Fun Day will be at the North Snohomish Ball Fields, 9621 115th Ave. SE in Snohomish.
Farmers market openings
EVERETT — The Everett Farmers Market opens Sunday, June 2 at 1600 West Marine View Drive along the waterfront at the Port of Everett. The market will be open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday through Oct. 6.
SNOHOMISH — The new Sunday Farmers Market in Snohomish opens Sunday June 2 at the former Hal Moe Pool site at Third and Lincoln next to the Centennial Trail and Snohomish Boys & Girls Club. The market will be open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday through Sept. 29.
Snohomish creating wildlife sanctuary
SNOHOMISH - The Snohomish Riverview Sanctuary was selected as the proposed name for the city’s first wildlife protection area located in the west end of town along the north bank of the Snohomish River on the west side of Highway 9.
Animal control investigating Snohomish property
SNOHOMISH - Snohomish County animal control is investigating the health of 13 horses on a man’s property on E. Lowell-Larimer Road near Snohomish that community members have been concerned about for over a year.
Monroe wins Walmart appeal
MONROE - The state Court of Appeals sided with the city in a citizen group’s lawsuit against Walmart’s plans to build a store in the North Kelsey development area.
Evergreen Library expansion study begins
EVERETT - The city is taking the first step toward eventually expanding the Evergreen Library branch in south Everett.
The branch located at 9512 Evergreen Way is too small to accommodate south Everett’s growing population, library managers have been saying for years.
Snohomish applicants sought for citizens academy
SNOHOMISH - The city is accepting applications for residents to take part in a September citizens academy.
Council questions Polygon’s plan for commercial development
EVERETT - The City Council wants reassurance Polygon Northwest, which mostly builds planned residential neighborhoods, will fulfill an obligation to bring quality commercial tenants to the Riverfront Development site.
Garfield Park vandalism revives security camera discussion
EVERETT - A City Council member wants to reopen the conversation on installing security cameras in parks after someone burned the playground equipment at Garfield Park on Sunday, May 19.
Land conservation group working with city to secure Japanese Gulch
MUKILTEO - The city will contract with land conservation nonprofit Forterra to help the city negotiate down the price for the last piece of Japanese Gulch.
Housing subdivision doesn’t sit well with neighbors
EVERETT - Michael Trujillo stretched his arm across a green space bordered by 100-year-old trees that soon could turn into a 71-house subdivision neighbors in the Cascade View and Twin Creeks neighborhoods don’t want.
Everett Transit trying to build support for transit-oriented neighborhood
EVERETT - The city is exploring reshaping the area around Everett Station into a residential neighborhood where people living there may prefer to ride the bus than hop in their cars.