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Your Guide to Local Summer Events

Edmonds and Lynnwood area filled with concerts, theater, art and more

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The Edmonds ferry seen from Brackett's Landing. The Edmonds area has plenty of events and activities to enjoy.

The Edmonds ferry seen from Brackett's Landing. The Edmonds area has plenty of events and activities to enjoy.

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The Edmonds ferry seen from Brackett's Landing. The Edmonds area has plenty of events and activities to enjoy.

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The Edmonds Arts Commission showcases a wide and culturally rich roster of free summer events for everyone to enjoy in the Edmonds and Lynnwood area.

Summer Concert: Arturo Rodriguez & His Rhythm Ambassadors

Tuesday, August 1

Directed by Arturo Rodriguez, Rhythm Ambassadors is a community-focused, culturally rich music education initiative that has benefited many Pacific Northwest students and schools. Rodriguez has a wide variety of musical works and is a prominent local musician. This free concert will take place at Hazel Miller Plaza in downtown Edmonds from 12 to 1 pm.

Summer Concert: The African All Stars

Thursday, August 3

Bringing a collection of Hi-life, Soukous, Juju, Calypso and Reggae musical stylings, The African All Stars highlight the vast languages and art styles from multiple African countries. Their vibrant festival-themed performances get the whole crowd moving. This free event will be at Hazel Miller Plaza in Edmonds from 5 to 6 pm.

Shakespeare In The Park: Richard II

Thursday, August 3

Faithful to the source, Greenstage presents the powerful tale of a successful insurrection during the middle of a century-long war in a free performance at Lynndale Park from 7 to 9 pm.

Summer Concert: Steel Magic Northwest

Sunday, August 6

Steel Magic Northwest is a non-profit music program that serves the South Snohomish and North King County areas. According to their website, their mission is “to build community through the context of the modern steel orchestra.” Their summer concert is free and will be from 3 to 4 pm at the Edmonds City Park.

Explore Summer: See The Sun Up Close!

Monday, August 7

The Edmonds Library invites the community to take part in a rare & safe telescopic view of the sun. Led by an expert, community members will view the sun in three different wavelengths, and inspect views of prominence, filaments and UV emissions. For watching the upcoming solar eclipse, participants will be given special solar glasses to take home. This event is free and will take place from 1 to 3 pm.

Art Market Edmonds

Saturday, August 12

The Edmonds Art Market is one of six Art Markets running all throughout the summer, with a new selection of artists and an inspiring variety of art to enjoy. The market is free to browse from 10 am to 6 pm at Artworks in Edmonds.

History & Heritage Day Tours

Saturday, August 12

Learn more about the lives and rural community of Alderwood Manor and the heritage of Lynnwood with a free tour in Heritage Park. Established in 1919, Alderwood Manor is recaptured in heritage exhibits all throughout the park, and its historic structures have been preserved and repurposed for all to take part. The historical park includes the Lynnwood-Alderwood Manor Heritage Association and Museum, the Sno-Isle Genealogy Library and the NW Veterans Museum.

Summer Concert: Kalani Kahaialii

Tuesday, August 15

Traditional Hawaiian musical stylings will be brought to life in downtown Edmonds. This event is free and goes from 12 to 1 pm at Hazel Miller Plaza.

Art Walk Edmonds

Thursday, August 17 (Every third Thursday of the month)

Support local businesses and have fun while doing it. With sculpture, fine art, music and food showcases changing each iteration, there’s always something new to find during the Art Walk. This free event will be in downtown Edmonds from 5 to 8 pm.

Low Tide Beach Walk

Sunday, August 20

Uncover the intertidal life native to the Edmonds Marine Sanctuary during a 60-minute beach walk with a Ranger Naturalist. This free event will be at the Olympic Beach Visitor Station in Edmonds from 10 to 11 am.

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