ARLINGTON — Although the Arlington Library's summer reading program doesn't wrap up until Aug. 15, teen readers celebrated their accomplishments with a pizza-and-prizes party Aug. 8, during which they voted on which movie to watch. Divergent won by a broad margin.
ARLINGTON — Although the City Council won't vote until Monday, Aug. 4, to approve an art project, the council members informally gave the go-ahead July 28 for project organizers to schedule a work party the day after the council's official decision.
MARYSVILLE — The Red Curtain Art Center celebrated its first anniversary in the former Dunn Lumber building on Grove Street Aug. 2, as its Foundation for the Arts prepared to stage a musical at the Allen Creek Community Church Aug. 8-10.
MARYSVILLE — What began as a way for a Marysville man to share his life with loved ones has become his means of highlighting global issues for a broad audience. Under the pen name Frank Morse, he's written three books about his time in the International Police, covering stints in Bosnia and Herzegovina, East Timor and Kosovo, but he began writing only after he left the International police and returned to the military.
ARLINGTON — In the midst of the Arlington Street Fair's hustle and bustle, the Arlington Arts Council offered younger attendees a chance to cool down and exercise their creativity during their "Youth Engaged in Art" activities under tents in the City Hall Plaza July 11-12.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Fly-In marked the weekend of July 11-12 with military vehicle parades, a motorcycle stunt show and aircraft that lit up the night sky.
OSO — The Oso Mill at milepost 33 on State Route 530 will be literally buzzing with activity for the fourth year in a row from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 30-31, as the annual "Oso Mill Days" celebrate how "Oso Strong" the community is.
ARLINGTON — Gunnery Sgt. Brian Turnmire, a trumpet and cornet player with the "President's Own" U.S. Marine Band of Washington, D.C., will be the featured soloist with the North Cascades Concert Band during their annual spring concert.
ARLINGTON — Mark your calendars for Friday, May 9, and Saturday, May 10, for the Arlington High School Jazz Bands’ annual Swing Into Spring Dessert Dance. The dance will be held in the AHS Commons, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd., beginning at 7 p.m.
ARLINGTON — Arlington High School’s Flight Choir is performing its spring concert at 7 p.m. on the Fridays and Saturdays of April 25 and 26, and May 2 and 3, in the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, located at 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd. in Arlington.
While Marysville offers one Easter egg hunt on the morning of Saturday, April 19, Arlington will be hosting two Easter egg hunts that same day, during both the morning and the evening.
ARLINGTON — Taking advantage of the sunshine on Wednesday, April 9, Post Middle School students spent time creating unique mandalas on the sidewalk in front of their school, as one of their activities to help students and teachers focus on being a community and working together.
ARLINGTON — The city of Arlington Recreation Department is planning the annual Easter Egg Hunt for Saturday, April 19, at 11 a.m. in the open space on the south end of the Arlington Airport.
ARLINGTON — Arlington’s third annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt will fill the Haller Middle School stadium with thousands of plastic eggs on the evening of Saturday, April 19.
ARLINGTON — Regency Care Center in Arlington treated its residents and guests to some seasonal fun on Monday, March 17, with a St. Patrick's Day meal and festivities, courtesy of the local Haggen Food and Pharmacy.
ARLINGTON — The annual Kent Prairie Elementary Carnival drew thousands of attendees and dollars alike to the school on the evening of Friday, March 14, as families from throughout town were able to start celebrating at the school while it was still light out.
ARLINGTON — John Dalgarn and the Voices of the Village are rocking through the month of March, first with their Evening with the Arts Dance for adults with developmental disabilities on Thursday, March 13, then with Village Music and Art's weekly Friday Music Jam Sessions.
LAKEWOOD — Lakewood High School's spring play is set to be its most ambitious production yet, as its small stage accommodates more than 30 characters, and more than 20 set changes, to present "Alice in Wonderland" at 7 p.m. on the Fridays and Saturdays of March 7, 8, 14 and 15, with an additional 3 p.m. matinee showing on Saturday, March 8.
ARLINGTON — A new monument of metal twisted into an organic form will mark the culmination of more than two years of discussions and fundraising.