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2019 Lynnwood Rotary Rummage Sale

Lynnwood Rotary

By MARIO LOTMORE On Saturday, July 14, hundreds gathered at Meadowdale Middle School to search through thousands of items at the tenth annual Lynnwood Rotary Rummage Sale.  All items are donated.  The herculean effort requires hundreds of hours and about 100 volunteers for a year coordinating and sorting items for the big day.  This year […]

City Council candidates weigh in on living wage jobs and opioid epidemic


by LUKE PUTVIN and MARIO LOTMORE Lynnwood City Council Position 4 Naz Lashgari By 2035 the Lynnwood area is projected to have a population of over 92,000 people strong. Ensuring financial stability and economic success is a priority in the strategic plan of the City of Lynnwood. I support this strategic plan. I would support […]

Fun and excitement at Silver Creek Family Church Summer Splashdown event

Silver Creek Family Church

by MARIO LOTMORE On Sunday, July 21, hundreds gathered at Silver Creek Family Church to cool off under the sun at its Summer Splashdown.  The community event featured a 100-foot water slide for all ages, a kids waterslide, gourmet hotdogs and music. Pastor Brent Hudson was thrilled to see so many new faces and said […]

Strawberry Freezer Jam: Capture the taste of Summer!

by AMY DONOVAN Summertime brings us a marvelous bounty of fresh fruit that we may enjoy all year long if we take care to harness it just right. Working with my grandmother in her backyard vegetable patch and fruit orchard, I learned to appreciate the gifts of the harvest. Whenever I can preserves and jar […]

Robots, Virtual Reality and more at Space Quest

Lynnwood Times Photo by Luke Putvin. Heidi Larsen (left) and children at Space Quest on July 15 at Lynnwood Library.

by LUKE PUTVIN As a part of the Explore Summer program, the Lynnwood Library welcomed children to participate in Space Quest from Idea Hatch on July 15. Nathalie Gelms, Youth Librarian at the Lynnwood Library, and Heidi Larsen from Idea Hatch made sure all the stations ran smoothly. Some of the stations included controlling […]

Fourth Annual Fairwinds-Brighton Court Classic Car Show

Lynnwood Times photo by Mario Lotmore. Best in Show car, 1937 Nash LaFayette 400 at the Fairwinds-Brighton Court Classic Car Show.

By MARIO LOTMORE Fairwinds-Brighton Court hosted its fourth annual Classic Car Show on Saturday, July 20.  The event raised $2,200 to benefit the Kiwanis Club of Edmonds.  The categories and winners were: Best Date Car, Patrick and Judy Pace with their 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible, Best Restored Car, Dave and Bonnie Mercer with their […]

Local Eats & Places to Meet: Budapest Bistro

Budapest Bistro

By Max Erikson Authentic, authentic, authentic. That is the best way to describe the food that is being served at Budapest Bistro and Schnitzel House in Lynnwood. The menu is a combination of Hungarian and German style cuisine, prepared as only owner and head chef Elizabeth Muszka can do. The food is prepared fresh daily, […]

Lynnwood City Council Candidate Forum

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. City Council Candidates at Community Life Center on July 10. L-R: Linda Jones, Ashkan Amouzegar, Diodato (Dio) Boucsieguez, Naz Lashgari, James Rutherford, Jim Smith.

by LUKE PUTVIN City Council Candidates running in the primary election gathered at Community Life Center for a candidate forum on July 10. Current council members Christine Frizzell and George Hurst were in attendance, as well as an audience of approximately 70 people. Linda Jones of the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce mediated the […]

Healthy living at South Lynnwood Park

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. Attendees at South Lynnwood Park for Meet Me at the Park on July 16.

by LUKE PUTVIN As part of the city’s Meet Me at the Park event series, about 70 people attended the South Lynnwood Park event on July 16. The City of Lynnwood has been putting on Meet Me at the Park for four years, but this was the third year at the South Lynnwood Park […]

Celebration of culture at Lynnwood’s Afrolatino Festival

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. Mexican folk dance group "Herencias Mexicanas" at Lynnwood Afrolatino Festival on July 20.

by LUKE PUTVIN About 800 people attended the Afrolatino Festival on July 20 at Cedar Valley Elementary School. This is the festival’s third year in Lynnwood and its ninth year in existence. The festival had many things to do including dancing, listening to music, eating and buying handmade products. Karina Gasperin, Executive Director of […]

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