Raising Money for Homeless Pets

Join us at the Tuesday, April 10 neighborhood meeting. We will holding a dessert auction to raise money for the homeless pets at the Everett Animal Shelter. Bring a baked good to donate for the auction. Examples may be brownies, dog treats, jam, pie, muffins, or cookies. Homemade or store bought are both acceptable. Next comes the easy part, opening your heart and your wallet to help homeless pets. It's all about having fun bidding on items and knowing your money is going towards a good cause.
Tuesday, April 10
6:30-8pm (doors open at 6:15pm)
Garfield Elementary School Library, 2215 Pine St.

Arbor Day Celebration

Fifth graders will plant trees and other plants and help the city celebrate receiving its 23rd Tree City USA designation from the National Arbor Day Foundation. Snohomish County PUD will receive the Tree Line Award.
Wednesday, April 11
Garfield Park, 2300 Walnut St.

Your House has a History

Have you ever wondered who lived in your house, what they did for a living or if your house looked different before? Our guest speaker in January was Lisa Labovitch, a historian in the Northwest Room of the Everett Public Library. Lisa presented how to get started with researching your home and what resources are available.

Riverside Neighborhood Historic Walk

With this brochure you can tour Riverside and learn about homes and properties that are steeped in history. Designed by Steve Fox and funded from the City of Everett Community Sparks program. Download the 11"x17" brochure or pick up your copy at the downtown branch of the Everett Public Library, or at a Riverside Neighborhood meeting.