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La Quinta Resort & Club Gets a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration

La Quinta Resort & Club Gets a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration

Opened in 1926, the 45-acre Spanish-inspired La Quinta Resort & Club became famous as a hideout from paparazzi for Hollywood legends Katherine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Frank Capra, and Clark Gable.

The iconic resort recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, resulting in a fresh modern design that reflects the property’s storied history and spectacular Santa Rosa Mountain setting.

All guest casitas have been upgraded, and the villas, main lobby, public spaces, and pool areas all underwent redesigns. Additionally, the lush landscaping has been enhanced with additional roses, citrus trees, and bougainvilleas.

Los Angeles-based firm Smith and Firestone drew inspiration from the resort’s colorful desert environment for the newly designed guestrooms and suites. Set in an earthern palatte of terracotta, ivory, and chocolate, guest rooms feature custom tile work and wrought-iron elements, new furniture and carpets, and two-toned blocked drapes. Citrus-hued pillows and throws adorn wingback-style headboards and Victorian chairs. New amenities include big flat-screen televisions, mini fridges, Keurig coffee makers, and upgraded fireplaces.

Popular Starlight casitas now house new patio fire features and furniture, and suites are surrounded by updated landscaping, new furniture, and renovated decks around private pools and spas. All pool areas have fresh new decking, contemporary shade structures, and water temperature regulators.

La Quinta features 620 casitas and suites and 98 villas, a 23,000-square-foot spa, 41 swimming pools, 53 hot spas, and 23 tennis courts. The resort’s flagship hacienda-style restaurant, Morgan’s in the Desert, is named after Walter H. Morgan, a California businessman who founded the property in 1926. Morgan’s houses the original arched wood ceiling and huge fireplace. The space is divided into a large U-shaped bar offering live music and small plates, an outdoor patio area, and a large main dining room.

Morgan’s offers a variety of vintage cocktails, including a rosemary salty dog (gin, grapefruit juice, and fresh rosemary) and the Crimson Reaper (Death’s Door gin, cherry liqueur, and lemon juice), as well as small plates like ahi tuna tartare, oysters, and roasted beet salad. Main courses are focused on local ingredients and include porcini-crusted fillet with grilled mushrooms, pan-roasted duck breast with apple and shallot salad, and Hawaiian red salt-crusted mahi mahi.

The Adobe Grill is the resort’s Mexican restaurant, featuring a large outdoor patio, guacamole made tableside, an indoor double-sided fireplace, and award winning tamales and margaritas. Below the Grill is Twenty6, the resort’s art deco-inspired American bistro. Guests can indulge in Bacon’d Bloody Marys for breakfast and green eggs and ham pizza with house-made sauces, including ketchup and steak sauce.


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Today will be our longest ride so far – 300 miles – and it marks our last day on the road as a threesome.

By tonight, we should be back in Lake Arrowhead, ready to return to our own homes – and life as we know it. You knew the party had to end eventually.

After a hearty (not) breakfast at The motel in Three Rivers, we work our way south on Highway 198, riding along the southern shore of Lake Kaweah.

The lake is a reservoir, formed by Terminus Dam on the Kaweah River. Its primary purpose is flood control, so the lake is maintained at a very low – or empty – level most of the year. It generally only fills in May and June. Because of California’s unprecedented drought, the lake is now unusually low, affecting lake recreation and nearby farming.

We follow Highway 198 to the eastern outskirts of Visalia, and turn east onto Yokohl Drive. The road rises gently through rolling hills as we ride thru Yokohl Valley, named after a band of Foothill Yokuts Indians.

Surprises on a mountain road. Chains, in the summer?

Twenty-two miles later, we rejoin Highway 190 and turn east. For the next 20 miles, the road is extremely twisty, with numerous switchbacks and blind curves. We’re riding at less than 20 miles an hour much of the time.

The Pierpoint Springs Resort is one of the few places along this roller coaster to grab a beverage and a snack. They have great homemade pie, too. And a wi-fi hotspot!

From here, the road continues to be extraordinarily twisty. Eventually, the elevation drops 7,000 feet to the valley floor. Highway 190 becomes Route 107, the Great Western Divide Highway.

Twenty miles from the Pierpoint Springs pie stop, following a long descent, we arrive in Long Meadow Grove, home of the Trail of 100 Giants. The grove covers about 341 acres of giant sequoias.

On the Trail of 100 Giants.

There’s a unique mile-long interpretive trail, where you can get a close-up look at the grove’s more than 800 sequoias. One hundred twenty-five of them are more than 10 feet in diameter.

This is one of the few sequoia groves with a large number of “twins,” two sequoias growing tightly side-by-side, in order to share resources. This grove even has one twin that rangers call a “sequedar,” a sequoia and a cedar that have grown together.

On April 15, 2000, President Bill Clinton proclaimed the establishment of the Giant Sequoia National Monument and made his announcement beneath one of the giant trees at the Trail of 100 Giants.

“These giant sequoias clearly are the work of the ages,” the President said, as he dedicated the National Monument. “They grow taller than the Statue of Liberty, broader than a bus, they are the largest living things on this Earth so perfectly adapted to their environment that one has never been known to die of old age. They began when America was not even imagined, and Europe was in the Dark Ages.”

100 Giants, and I’m not one of them.

Ten miles east, we pass through Johnsondale, elevation 4,711 feet. Now on Mountain Highway 99, we roll south along the Kern River. It’s a 2,000-foot drop and a 45-minute ride to Kernville. The mid-day sun is searing. White water river adventures – rafting and kayaking – are a popular activity on the Kern River, particularly in the spring. Right now, in mid-summer, the river is barely moving. River rafting companies have shut down operations until next year, hoping for greater snowpack and runoff in 2016. Rafting season this year was completely cancelled.

The Kern River was named after artist and topographer Edward Kern, and so, obviously, was the city of Kernville. Kernville’s big annual event is Whiskey Flat Days, the yearly celebration of the historic Wild West days here. The event is held every President’s Day weekend. We weren’t even close.

Lunch in Kernville, at the Kern River Brewery.

A few miles south of Kernville, we spot the north shores of Lake Isabella, a reservoir in Kern County created by Isabella Dam. At 11,000 acres, it’s one of the larger reservoirs in California. We pass through the South Fork Wildlife Area, turn east on Highway 178, and quickly pass through Weldon. Highway 178 is also called the Isabella Walker Pass Road.

Walker Pass is slightly less than a mile high – 5,250 feet – and is a National Historic Landmark. The highest point on Highway 178, it was charted as a route through the Sierra in 1834 by Joseph R. Walker, a member of the Bonneville Expedition. Walker learned of the route from Native Americans.

The 2,663-mile Pacific Crest Trail, which begins at the US-Mexico border and ends at the US-Canada border, crosses Highway 178 at Walker Pass. Northbound hikers who arrive at Walker Pass can look forward to the longest roadless stretch of the entire trail. The trail crosses many of the areas we’ve been for the past week, including Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, Sonora Pass, Ebbetts Pass and Carson Pass.

The Pacific Crest Trail was made famous in the 2014 Hollywood film, Wild, starring Reese Witherspoon as trekker Cheryl Strayed, on a journey of self-discovery and healing. Hey everyone … take a hike.

Descending from Walker Pass, in eight miles we come to a T in the road at the junction with Highway 14 – the Aerospace Highway. Faced with our biggest decision of the day – north or south – we counter-intuitively turn north.

With a few jogs in the road, we ride through Inyokern, a hybrid name combining Inyo and Kern Counties. Inyokern is actually in Kern County.

In Inyokern, we turn south on US Highway 395, which we’ll follow for the next 50 miles. While highly scenic in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Highway 395 from Inyokern south is straight, flat and boring. You’d expect that of the Mojave Desert. The Mojave is a high desert in Inyokern, we’re at 2,455 feet. But it’s still a desert and in the mid-afternoon sun, it’s blazing hot.

As we approach Kramer Junction, we eye, on our right, a massive solar power generating plant. It’s part of the Solar Energy Generating Systems, whose capacity at several locations in the desert is 354 megawatts. The facility is privately owned and operated by NextEra Energy Resources, which says 354 megawatts is enough to power more than 232,000 homes.

The complex of 936,384 high-tech mirrors is the world’s second largest solar thermal energy generating facility, consisting of nine solar power plants in the Mojave Desert. The solar generation uses parabolic trough, solar thermal technology to make electricity. Mirrors and heat transfer make it all happen.

The Kramer Junction solar facility receives an average of 340 days of sunshine a year. Today is one of them.

Scott cools off on a 102-degree day at Kramer Junction.

Kramer Junction, also known as Four Corners, sits at the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 58. It has several gas stations, fast food restaurants, a slow food restaurant (The Roadhouse), a population of 2,231, and not much else.

An Icee break at Kramer Junction.

West on Highway 58 takes us to Mojave, home to the Mojave Air and Space Port where the first private space flight, SpaceShipOne, was launched in 2004. East on Highway 58 brings us to Barstow, a transportation hub named after William Barstow Strong, former president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.

But we are heading south, so we continue on US-395 for another 40 blah miles.

One of the few interesting sights along the way is just north of Adelanto, where we roll by the Southern California Logistics Airport – a boneyard for retired commercial airplanes. The airport, perhaps more diplomatically and euphemistically, calls itself a “transitional” facility. A halfway house for distressed aluminum.

Formerly George Air Force Base – which closed in 1993 – the logistics airport has a 15,000-foot runway. That’s the longest in the US, other than Denver International Airport. The Southern California Logistics Airport, technically in Victorville, can accommodate all currently flying commercial and military aircraft, 24 hours a day. The facility claims VFR (Visual Flight Rules) weather 360 days a year, meaning there are a lot of clear, sunny days, perfect flying weather. Good for Harley riding, too. Except for the heat.

Because of the dry climate here, it’s a conducive environment for preserving aircraft. To protect airliners during their storage from wind and sun damage, engines and windows are tightly covered with white, reflective materials – allowing the airplane to be stored safely for years until it’s ready to return to active duty, or be salvaged. Airliner boneyards in the western US serve several functions: temporary storage, maintenance, parts reclamation, and scrapping.

Just before hopping on I-15, I take one last hydration break.

In 13 miles, we merge onto I-15 south and continue our journey to Lake Arrowhead. We’re not big fans of Interstate highway riding, so we fortunately are on I-15 for only eight miles before exiting at Cajon Junction. If that sounds familiar, it’s because we crossed Cajon Junction on Day 1 on our way to the Angeles Crest Highway.

We turn east onto Highway 138 for the 22 mile ride past Silverwood Lake and Crestliine. Three miles on the Rim of the World Highway, and we’re back in Lake Arrowhead, where our journey began eight days ago – and where it now ends.

To view today’s route from Three Rivers to Lake Arrowhead, click here.

Cheers! To a safe trip, and looking forward to the next one.


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The holidays would not be the same without glittering gifts, twinkling lights and our favorite holiday stories. One such story seems to make the heart swell with warm emotion as the main character learns of the importance of kindness that transcends monetary value and façade. Dr. Suess’s The Grinch, tells the story of an villainous curmudgeon that puts away his evil pursuit of destroying Christmas for the inhabitants of the fictitious Who-Ville as he hears their joyous voices echo into the canyon, unhinging his plans on ruining their holiday celebration.

Where did this redemptive character receive his fictcious embodiment? In a place known as La Jolla (la hoya) California where bestselling author Theodore Ted Geisel, aka Dr. Suess, resided for many years. Not only did Suess create his greeny mean Grinch here, this place also inspired his hundreds of other fantastical characters that made their way onto the printed page through his masterful rhythmical prose. The University of California at San Diego in La Jolla exhibits the most extensive collection of Geisel’s material and is must visit for the Suess obsessed. A trip to La Jolla turned into a fabulous two day adventure that gave us insider information on this famous La Jolla resident and the many lovely recreational and dining options that are available to the general public, but we are sure, were frequented by this famous resident.
La Jolla is known as the “Jewel” of San Diego and for good reason there are a myriad of natural and physical wonders that abound in this pristine destination that does conjure up creativity and inspiration. Starting with a short drive to our Balanise style boutique hotel, the Pantai Inn.We thought of Seuss’s love of exotic places and faraway mythical lands and this boutique resort would have fit right into his creative outlay.

The Pan Tai Inn embodies the perfect holiday get-away as it rests peacefully over the ocean cliffs where the echoing calls of the nearby sea lions fill the air with their mournful bellows and gliding sea gulls gawk back as though consoling the languorous mammals.

Complete with flowing fountains, bamboo fixtures and exotic art work, we felt we stepped into a Balinese paradise as our effervescent concierge escorted us to the best suite that sat directly adjacent to panoramic ocean view. Complete with rattan style furnishing, gas fireplace, and a full kitchen we felt embraced by the spirit of island hospitality. Pantai Inn has a boutique collection of rooms, suites and cottages for every travelers needs that also includes lavish complimentary breakfast, wireless internet access and parking. With a lovely gift of baked goods to welcome us, we were ready for a sweet treat and some Seuss style adventure.

Our first outing for the day was an electric bike tour at San Diego Fly Rides for a SoCal Riviera Tour of La Jolla. We were going to get an up close look at the flora and fauna while burning off the copious amounts of sugar that we just consumed. Adjusting to the bike took a few minutes of finagling, but our handsome guide made sure we all felt comfortable as these bikes don’t need much man power to take off down the road. Helmet on, wheels in place and we were off to our first stop the coastal cliffs right below the Pantai inn.

The weather was indeed stellar, as we glided to a halt in the city park to hear our guide give us the first of many mini lectures on his beloved city. Today we were getting up close and personal with the sea lions but with their close proximity to humans, many try to get too close for a sealion selfies regardless of federal laws. We were quickly reminded us of that quandary as our guide quickly reprimanded a middle aged couple for getting to close to this seemingly relaxed animal.

Our next route took us along the gated multi-million dollar luxury homes – you can totally see why people come out West to California to live in this beautiful state in houses built by the likes of Bright Homes – and a look at a secluded beach that was the site of the first surfing craze. “You can see the most beautiful people sun bathing here,” quipped our guide. “And competition for the waves here is always a challenge for the surfing crowd,” he continued. “Brawls have been known to break out on this seemingly idyllic slice of coastline.” The fresh salty sea air coupled with such breathtaking scenery dispelled any picture of angry surfers as the scene before us was exuded the tranquil splashing of whitecaps.

Our final ascent was to the top of Mt. Soledad, the highest point in La Jolla that encapsulates a stunning 360 view of the area. This mountain is also where Geisel resided as he wrote many of his popular books, including “The Cat in the Hat” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” At the top is a memorial to fallen veterans where we gazed at their memorials giving silent gratitude for their service in keeping our freedoms secure in order for us to enjoy a day such as this.

After working up an appetite it was time for lunch at the award winning A.R.Valentien at the Lodge at Torrey Pine. The Torrey Pine is rare tree that grows wild along the local stretch of the San Diego coastline has become the symbol associated with the Lodge and the premier municipal golf course where many come to watch the many world class golf tournaments or a round of golf.

The original 74 room inn was built in 1961, but in 2000 the hotel was demolished and reopened as the Lodge at Torrey Pines resembling the 1900’s California craftsman movement with lots of dark wood, tiffany style lamps and a well established art collection including the work of the namesake, A.R. Valentien. Known for his California botanical water color paintings the Lodge pays homage to a man who produced hundreds of detailed paintings and exquisite pottery.
The Lodge at Torrey pines offers 170 luxury hotel rooms including two restaurants, lounges, full service spa, outdoor recreation areas, including pool and fitness center. Today we were going to lunch overlooking the 18th hole of this iconic gorgeous green space. Chef Jeff Jackson seasonally inspired menu captures the true essence of the local farmer’s, small growers, ranchers and fishermen that labor to produce some of the freshest and delectable ingredients available.

The day offered dazzling sunshine that sparkled like glittering diamonds across the swimming pool that lie just below the outdoor dining area. As we settled into our scenic seating, our appetites were primed for a meal that is lauded as one of the best of the coast. Starting out with the Ahi Tuna Crudo garnished with fresh cucumber, spring onion, radish, mint and Vadouvan yogurt harmoniously paired with the Tablas Creek Vermentino the stage was set for an exceptional culinary journey. It reminded us of a friend who mentioned about how much she enjoyed the private dining experience, having visited something similar to pubs with private dining rooms cheshire, as it gives a totally different outlook on the eating out experience and makes it much more exclusive and somewhere you can eat in style.

The specialty dish of smoked trout, roasted beets, sugar snap peas, crushed hazelnuts, pickled mustard seeds accompanied by a zip of horseradish crème fraiche was indeed another delightful dish on this dining excursion. Chef Jackson’s alchemic blend of the best ingredients has put this restaurant into the must dine category for anyone wanting a true So.Cal farm to table dining experience.

As the sun started to set over the hilly landscape, we took a stroll along the famous greens as a way to unwind and take in the scenery. The Lodge at Torrey Pines will arrange for a guided nature walk to the nearby Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve upon request, but anyone can venture off on the many hiking trails and it’s dramatic cliff-top setting. Filling our senses with sunshine and stunning vistas, it was time to returning to the PanTai where we enquired on the local’s favorite dining spot and Georges’at the Cove situated close to the hotel was the recommendation.

La Jolla’s dining scene is a mix of long established fine dining restaurants mixed with newer venues featuring everything from California coastal to vegan. There literally is a dish for everyone to enjoy. Chef Trey Foshee is at the helm of the historical Georges at the Cove. The décor is traditional chic California accented by floor to ceiling windows overlooking the cove and Pacific Ocean. Chef Trey calls his menu California Modern an ever-changing menu of creative regional cuisine utilizing the area’s seasonally-driven produce and proteins. George’s also features the lounge-style Level2 bar and rooftop Ocean Terrace.

We started with Beef Tartare, levain crisp, mustard-fennel kraut, horseradish, pickled shallot and fines herbs and followed that up with a very fresh Snapper Crudo with local melons, charred cucumber, coconut, lemon verbena, and jalapeño. Looking over the menu our eyes met on one delicacy that we just had to experience. Our server must have read our mind. He gleefully arrive tableside with a perfectly seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras highlighted by preserved citrus-fennel marmalade, persimmon, brioche and almond to accent this very flavorful dish.

Settling on a wine pairing we prepared for what would become an epic seaside experience as the sun began to sink below the horizon. With aromas of the pacific tantalizing our nose, a Baja Striped Bass appeared on our plates. Beautifully plated with sunchokes, wild mushroom ravioli, egg yolk, sunflower seed pesto and chevri, this gift from the sea started off our entrée courses just right. Georges at the Cove not only features delights from the Pacific Ocean but from the land as well. Red Wine Braised Beef Cheeks with potato-horseradish puree, pickled cabbage, puffed beef tendon, mustard seeds, carrot and spring onion provided a rich, decadent gastronomic experience not to be soon forgotten.

For the grand FINI, Yuzu Semifreddo, Asian pear, white pomegranate, lime meringue, and white chocolate along with a sumptuous Ewenique, sheep, gouda, sweet vanilla and salted caramel from the nearby Central Coast Creamery was a magnificent way to end our evening at this renown coastal dining venue.

Great food and fresh sea air were the perfect elixir for a good night’s rest, and today we were moving into another lovely venue. When in La Jolla one must enjoy the best. Our accommodations at Hotel La Jolla-Curio Collection by Hilton were breathtaking. This beachy boutique hideaway is romantic and cosmopolitan offering many amenities to be enjoyed.

With only 108 guestrooms you feel cozy in your spacious guest room or venture out the Hiatus poolside lounge, work out in their fitness center and best off all have cocktails at Cusp rooftop restaurant on the 11th floor, featuring a seasonally-inspired menu and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.

Settled into our new quarters, it was now time for some sea adventure with the La Jolla Kayak Tour of La Jolla Cove. This company specializes in guided kayak and snorkeling tours that depart daily from the La Jolla Shores. The La Jolla is known for their seven sea caves and today we were going to paddle our way along the coast for a closer look at a sea cave and the teeming marine life that reside in these protected waters. We climbed aboard our bright yellow ocean kayak as sea spray and rollicking waves ushered us into the big blue ocean. We wanted to see the orange Garibaldi fish (California’s state fish) since we were told was that this unique fish was immortalized as the mischievous fish in Seuss’s “Cat in the Hat”.

Just as we approached the sea cave, the orange fish were in abundance just below our splashing paddles, looking like undulating orange dots of color in the wavy water. Along the coast sea lions basked in the sun drench craggy banks oblivious to the many gawking kayakers. We carefully made our way through the cave, our voices echoing off the narrow rocky walls as dappled sunlight filtered between the hallowed rock formations. Gingerly we made our way back out and journeyed back, enjoying the refreshing air and the splashy sea spray. Bobbing like a cork, we somehow managed to navigated back to dry land, although we were soaked and needing dry clothes, and some more great California cuisine. Today we were going to head over to another local favorite, the Marine Room.

Keeping in step with exploring San Diego landmarks, The Marine Room fit the bill for our last night in this beachy utopia. Famous for its dramatic on-the-surf location and award-winning global cuisine, the Marine room has been wowing diners for over 75 years. Executive Chef Bernard Guilla’s expertise was about to be seen as we took our seats in awe of ocean waves breaking, white froth and all against the wall to ceiling windows just feet from our table. First order of dining business this evening would be in choosing a fine from their very large and carefully crafted wine list. Their Sommelier excitedly offered to pair our meal with a variety of wines and liqueurs. That is an offer we could not refuse. We leaned back in our chairs and let him and Chef Bernard “drive culinary the bus”.

Our first course proved to be an excellent way to start off the evening. Chef presented a Fennel Pollen Roasted Maine Diver Scallop and Foie Grais that was a treat for our eyes and our palate. This dish featuring kabocha purée, kumquat confit, pain d’ épice and sortilege liqueur was impressive and creative, culminating in layers of flavors. The staring entrée, Sea Salt Crispy Skin Branzino rubbed in bacon brioche spice, crab meat, parsnip, rouille and corail sauce was prepared to perfection. Of course if Lobster in your thing, dive into the Absinthe Butter Basted Lobster Tail with cumin gouda polenta, smoked onion sausage, mint medley and pyrat xo rum sauce! To finish off this Oceanside gastronomic evening, the signature Spindrift Cobblestone Pie with espresso and vanilla ice cream, toasted hazelnuts and maker’s mark bourbon sauce adds to a nice ending to a beautiful day in La Jolla.

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose,” stated Dr. Seuss and with that is mind, we suggest that everyone takes time to steer themselves in the direction of La Jolla a place where magical memories can be experienced anytime of the year. We certainly came to that conclusion and we believe you will too.

La Quinta Resort & Club Gets a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration - Recipes

I often come across Coach bags, both vintage and newer, in my thrifting and bargaining travels. Most of the time it’s fairly easy to find out the model name of the bag by using the last numbers on the interior serial along with the search word, “Coach.” But sometimes, as with older bags, I can get nearly stumped. Especially if they’re rarer and harder to find. Such was the case with the above bag. I could not find the �” number on the internet for the life of me. And then I came across a website that helped me decipher what make of bag it really was. By using the following tricks, I figured out that it was made in 1991, and so when I Googled “Coach 1991,” ta-dah, there it was, a Coach Binocular bag. Here are the clues given by

The serial number can be decoded on any Coach bag made from 1994 on. The first letter is the month, in order from A for January, all the way through M for December, skipping I for clarity because I was too easy to mistake for 1. The second number is the year the bag was made, 4 for 1994, 3 for 2003, and 04 for 2004, with double numbers being used for every year after 2004. The third or fourth number in the creed is the factory designation number. I don’t think Coach has ever released a list of these numbers and what they stand for to the public.

Notice that underneath the word Coach, it says “LEATHERWARE” in tiny block letters. The tag from this bag will also say “LEATHERWARE” underneath. This bag dates anytime prior to 1994, and after the implementation of the creed stamp in the 1970’s.

If you go to the website you can see some examples to help you practice deciphering them better. They also provide a list with a lot of the model numbers and names:

Style numbers and names:
4068 Lunch Tote
4107 Soho Basket Bag
4108 flap bucket bag (not sure if that is correct name)
4115 Whitney Bag
4133 Waverley Bag
4134 Back Sack
4140 Lafayette Bag
4143 Worth Bag
4150 Fletcher Bag
4151 Thompson Drawstring
4152 Bantam Bag
4153 Bleeker Bag
4155 Soho Zip Tote
4156 Belted Pouch
4157 Buckle Bag
4158 Handle Bag
4162 Soho Cornelia Sling Backpack
4180 Lexington Drawstring
4404 Madison Chapin
4409 Madison Arcadia Tote
4906 – two very different bags with this number… one a pebbled bucket, one a glove leather wristlet
4913 Sonoma Pouch
4921 Sonoma Satchel
5130 Station Bag
5290 Baxter Bag
6094 Demi Pouch
6707 Bri Satchel
6712 Slim Shoulder Bag
7736 Canvas Demi
7784 Demi Buckle Flap
9014 Berkeley Legacy – Bonnie Cashin era bag traditionally, but found creed number on e-bay indicating manufacture date of 1996
9017 Abbie Demi
9019 Maggie Bucket or Duffle
9023 Winnie Flap Messenger – Mini Willis
9027 Ergo Mini Satchel Hobo
9032 Laurie Flap
9038 Shelburne Flap
9043 Geometric Bag – original price $174
9045 Geometric Roll Bag
9046 Flap bag with round clasp
9047 Legacy
9059 Legacy Zip Top Hobo
9061 Rambler’s Legacy
9062 Mambo Hobo
9073 Andrea Slim Tote
9076 Legacy Flap – Companion Bag
9098 Tribeca
9107 Sutton
9136 Legacy Pocket Hobo
9142 Hipster Flap
9164 Legacy Shoulder Bag
9211 Mini Hobo
9214 Small Hobo
9303 Bleeker Satchel
9305 Bleeker Tote
9311 Bleeker Demi
9430 Slim Satchel Large
9434 Buckle Bag – not correct name…
9455 Basic Bag
9525 Stewardess Bag
9635 Convertible Clutch
9712 Penelope Demi Turnlock
9735 Large Rambler Bag
9755 Pocket Purse
9765 Madison Satchel
9790 City Bag
9826 Mini Belt Bag
9844 Mini Demi Hobo
9853 Binocular Bag
9870 Court Bag
9892 Chrystie Bag
9893 Scooter Bag
9919 Quincy Flap
9924 Casino Bag
9925 Carnival Bag
9927 Willis Bag
9929 Small Satchel
9930 Murphy Bag – looks like Willis but no handle – original price $198.00
9942 Carousel Clutch
9943 Classic Backpack
9950 Janice’s Legacy
9951 Patricia’s Legacy
9952 Lula’s Legacy
9953 Helen’s Legacy
9954 Prairie Bag
9960 Daypack
9965 Legacy Trail Saddle Bag
9966 Legacy Zip
9973 Kit Bag
9974 Multi Zip
9976 Anderson Zip
9977 Manor Bag
9978 Small Side Pack
9980 Taft Bag
9981 Watson Bag
9983 Regina Bag
9984 Bixbi Sling
9988 Crescent – usually considered a Bonnie Cashin era bag, but I found some on E-Bay with creed numbers indicating manufacture dates after 1994, three so far, so it is not an isolated thing
9991 Lunch Box Zip
9993 Mini Shopper
9994 Drawstring Backpack
9995 Zip Top Shopper
9997 Legacy Hobo

16533 Penelope original price $248
17994 Classic Leather Shoulder Purse
17995 Madison Satchel
17998 Leather Duffle
18000 Field Bag

Meriwether Companies Acquires The Aspen Club In Partnership With Revere Capital And Fireside Investments

BOULDER, Colo. , Feb. 4, 2021 /CNW/ -- Meriwether Companies, a private real estate investment and development firm, has partnered with Revere Capital and Fireside Investments to acquire the Aspen Club, located at the base of Aspen Mountain in Aspen, Colorado . The five-acre mixed-use development site was previously operated as a fitness and tennis facility, frequented by locals, celebrities and sports stars, with history dating back to 1976. Boulder -based Meriwether Companies plans to complete the revitalization of the 144,248-square-foot project, which will feature hospitality, culinary, fitness, health and wellness offerings.

"This is an exciting time for the Aspen Club and we are thrilled to partner with Revere Capital and Fireside Investments to acquire and complete the re-development of this legendary asset," said Garrett Simon , Partner, Meriwether Companies. "We intend on restoring the Aspen Club to its former role as the center of social and athletic activity within the Aspen community. Our vision involves a focus on family, wellness and meaningful experiences."

Set on a prime location along the Roaring Fork River with breathtaking views towards the valley and Aspen Mountain , the site boasts a short walking distance to downtown Aspen. Upon completion, the resort will include 20 three- and four-bedroom serviced residences, a highly sought rarity for guests traveling to Aspen. A commitment to authenticity, approachability and individual growth will be woven into the fabric of the Aspen Club with world-class, cutting-edge fitness and training set to be core aspects of the on-site programming. Meriwether Companies will work with city officials to move the project forward and anticipate construction will begin early summer 2021.

Meriwether Companies has extensive experience across mountain destinations, private club offerings and groundbreaking sports and wellness resorts. The company is actively planning Coral Mountain in La Quinta, California and has recently completed Transfer Telluride in Telluride, Colorado and The Shores in Breckenridge, Colorado . Meriwether's hospitality assets include Griffin Club (Private Club: Los Angeles ), The Hideaway and The Getaway (Boutique Hotels: Carmel-by-the-Sea, California ), Melvyn's & Ingleside Inn (Boutique Hotel / Restaurant: Palm Springs, California ), and Parlor (Food Halls: Kansas City , Oklahoma City ). Previous work completed by Meriwether Companies include projects in Park City, Utah Big Sky, Montana and Eagle, Colorado .

About Meriwether Companies
Founded in 2013, Meriwether is a private real estate investment and development firm focused on resort master plan, hospitality and commercial development. The firm's experience includes development of mountain destinations, private club offerings, signature food and beverage establishments and groundbreaking sports and wellness resorts with a focus in the western United States . The managing partners of Meriwether include Graham Culp , Noah Hahn , Garrett Simon and Mike Burkart . For more information on Meriwether and its principals, please visit

About Revere Capital
Revere Capital, founded in 2006, brings deep experience and institutional execution capabilities to the middle market real estate space. The principals have over $3 billion of real estate transaction experience across private equity, real estate investment banking and workouts. This experience, coupled with discretionary balance sheet capital, allows Revere to transact quickly and efficiently. Capitalizing on its extensive network of relationships and access to proprietary deal flow, Revere Capital leverages its depth and breadth of experience to build a diversified portfolio of highly attractive, high yielding and stable commercial real estate assets while maintaining a strategic focus on the highest potential risk-adjusted returns. For more information on Revere Capital, please visit

About Fireside Investments
Fireside Investments is a private investment firm focused on making growth capital investments in durational real estate and related businesses alongside leading management teams and investment partners. Fireside has completed over $3.5 billion of transactions since its formation in 2017. For more information on Fireside, please visit

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One person is dead and four people have been taken to trauma centres "in various conditions" following a shooting in Mississauga, Ont., Saturday, Peel Regional Police said. Officers said they responded to reports of a shooting in the area of Glen Erin Drive and The Collegeway just before 7:30 p.m. ET. Speaking to reporters from the scene Saturday night, Peel police Const. Danny Marttini said officers found five victims suffering from gunshot wounds. One person was pronounced dead at the scene, while four other victims were taken to different trauma centres. Marttini could not provide an update on the conditions, genders or ages of the victims. Police say the shooting happened in a plaza in the vicinity of multiple food shops. They could not confirm whether the incident happened indoors or outside. They also could not say what led up to the shooting. Peel police Const. Danny Marttini says investigators don't yet know how many suspects they are looking for and have "very limited information" about the incident that left one person dead and four others injured.(Mark Bochsler/CBC) No arrests have been made as of Saturday night. Police have yet to confirm how many shooters they are searching for, adding they have "very limited information" about the incident. No suspect description has been released. The homicide unit has taken over the case and investigators are appealing for witnesses or anyone who may have dashcam footage to contact them. There are significant road closures in the area while police investigate.

Canadian telecoms regulator's latest ruling spells ⟚rk period' for smaller operators

Two recent decisions by Canada's telecom regulator are freezing out competition in the country's highly concentrated industry, critics argue, making it even harder to bring down prices for mobile and internet service. For years, Canadian consumers have complained about high cellular bills, which rank among the steepest in the world, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government has threatened to take action if the providers failed to cut bills by 25%. On Thursday the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled that it would not significantly lower the rates that small companies must pay to access the high-speed broadband networks of larger rivals, including BCE Inc, Telus Corp and Rogers Communications Inc, known as the Big Three.

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Ontario principal removed after twice wearing hair of Black student like a wig

A school board in London, Ont., has removed a high school principal from his position after video surfaced on social media of him wearing the hair of a Black student as if it were a wig. A student who spoke to CBC News said the principal also wore the hair a second time six months after the first incident as part of a Halloween costume. The Conseil scolaire catholique Providence (CSC), the board that oversees francophone Catholic schools in southwestern Ontario, announced on Saturday that Luc Chartrand has been "immediately removed . from his current position." Chartrand was principal at Monseigneur-Bruyère, a French-language Catholic high school in north London. In an emailed statement that came in response to calls for comment from CBC News, CSC director general Joseph Picard said: "We strongly condemn this type of behaviour and maintain a zero-tolerance policy toward any racism, discrimination or the appearance thereof." Chartrand did not respond to a request for comment from CBC News. The move comes in response to two incidents that occurred in 2019, but they only came to light Friday evening when the London branch of Black Lives Matter posted a video on its Instagram account. The four-second video shows Chartrand during a school assembly that was being held as a fundraiser for a student who was battling cancer. Students were shaving their heads to support the student and to raise money for her. This still image shared Friday on Black Lives Matter London's Instagram page shows high school principal Luc Chartrand wearing hair recently shorn from a student as a wig. The school board announced Friday that Chartrand has been removed from his position.(Black Lives Matter London/Instagram) CBC News has spoken with two students who were in the gym that day and who verified the contents of the video. CBC News has agreed not to name the students for privacy reasons. One of the students whose hair was shorn that day is Black and had long dreadlocks. In the video, Chartrand is seen putting a clump of the shaved student's hair on his own head, and he then begins to flaunt for the crowd. A former student said Chartrand wore the hair at school a second time six months later, at Halloween, as part of a costume that included a basketball jersey in an apparent attempt to dress up like the student who had his hair shorn. The student plays basketball. A former student whom CBC News has agreed not to name for privacy reasons said the two incidents left many students at the school disgusted and offended. "It bothers me racially, because dreadlocks are so important to my culture," said the student, who is Black. The student said it was inappropriate for Chartrand to keep the hair, only to wear it again at Halloween. The student who had cancer died in August of that year. ➫solutely wrong' Alexandra Kane, a spokesperson for Black Lives Matter London, said the video raises all kinds of red flags. "There are levels of cultural appropriation here," Kane said. "You can see he puts the hair on and he starts being ɻlack' with his body movements and his actions. It is absolutely wrong. Our clothes, our hair, our skin, is not a costume for you to wear and parade around." Kane said the student may have felt compelled to let Chartrand use the hair in this way, given that he was an authority figure. Alexandra Kane, a spokesperson for Black Lives Matter London, says a white principal wearing the hair of a Black student as part of a costume raises serious problems. 'There are levels of cultural appropriation here,' Kane said.(Andrew Lupton/CBC) "Even if the student gave permission for this to happen, it's not OK to put that kind of pressure on a student," she said. "It's not OK to say, 'I'm going to be you for Halloween' as a white man. It's like you're mocking him." Since posting the video, Kane said she's been contacted by current and former Monseigneur-Bruyère students. She said many are questioning why Chartrand's actions are only surfacing and being addressed by the board now, two years after the first incident in the gym. The student who confirmed the contents of the video also shared with CBC News a letter sent to the school board in June 2020 demanding changes at the school to create a better climate for Black students. The student said the letter was partly in response to Chartrand's actions the previous Halloween but also in response to other incidents at the school and the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer a month earlier. The student said she received no response from the board. Kane said she's heard similar stories from students who've spoken out since the photo of Chartrand was posted Friday. "The school board was aware of the situation when it happened," she said. "The students sent a petition to the school board and they did nothing. I hope they do more to eradicate racism in their own board. They need to find out where the problems are." 'I left for the same reasons' News of the principal's behaviour hit a nerve with Arielle Kayabaga, a London city councillor. She attended Monseigneur-Bruyère when she was in high school but transferred to another school before graduation over what she said was a climate of racism at the school. Arielle Kayabaga, a London city councillor, attended Monseigneur-Bruyère in high school, but said she transferred to another school before graduating due to what she called a climate of racism at the school.(Andrew Lupton/CBC) "I left for the same reasons. I just felt there was discriminations happening towards people of colour," she said. "The racism I experienced at that school made me want to switch schools, and that was 10 years ago. "The students there now are experiencing the same thing. It's not just about the principal." For more stories about the experiences of Black Canadians — from anti-Black racism to success stories within the Black community — check out Being Black in Canada, a CBC project Black Canadians can be proud of. You can read more stories here. (CBC)

'You can't even go outside': Alberta's Pigeon Lake overrun with midges

In Alberta's Pigeon Lake, cabins and cars are blanketed in quivering clumps. The midges have taken over in swarms of almost biblical proportions and unlike anything some longtime residents say they've ever seen. "You can't even go outside," said Allan Eliasson, who said the non-biting midges are the largest seasonal swarms he has seen in his two decades living near the central Alberta hamlet of Mulhurst. "It's just so annoying out there. It's overwhelming. It's like a horror movie out there." Albertans looking to get away to a lakeside cabin or camping spot might be in for a rude surprise. Lake flies are hatching en masse around Pigeon Lake, about 100 kilometres southwest of Edmonton this week. The insect invasion may be a nuisance for some on a summer-like weekend, but others see it as a stunning natural phenomenon. With over 2,000 species in North America and over 600 in the Edmonton area alone, the symphony of midges is a sweet sound to an entomologist's ear. "This is wonderful opportunity to see what great biodiversity we have," said Janet Sperling, entomologist and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Alberta. Entomologist Janet Sperling says the midges are a sign of a healthy lake.(Submitted by Janet Sperling) The adults live for only a few days, dying shortly after mating. The swarming, which started about 10 days ago, will not likely last for much longer. Most residents just call these non-biting midges annoying. But Sperling, who expects the swarms to die off in the coming days, hopes they might attract more curiosity than contempt. She says it's likely spring conditions were primed for the insects to surface from the lake en masse. The insects drive the local ecosystem, feeding fish and birds with their abundance a sign of a healthy lake, Sperling added. "It's just basically showing us that it's a clean lake," Sperling said. "And I'm not sure if you can hear all the birds but the birds that eat insects are just having a great time. They just open their mouth, fly along and they've got themselves a whole collection of insects to eat. "Some people go to the Serengeti and they want to see zebras and wildebeest," Sperling added. "But as an entomologist I don't have to go anywhere, I just have to go into my own backyard and see this incredible number of non-biting midges." Eggs are laid on the lake top with larvae feeding on tiny lake bed particles over the winter. Sperling says the size of this spring swarm is likely a matter of timing, with conditions rife for pupae to emerge over a few days, rather than several weeks. With insect appreciation day on June 8, Sperling says she hopes what might at first glance appear nightmarish, could inspire dreams of entomology for the next generation of curious insect appreciators.

Tennis-Osaka fined for media boycott, could face expulsion from French Open

Japan's Naomi Osaka could be thrown out of the French Open if she continues to boycott post-match news conferences at the tournament, the board of Grand Slam tennis tournaments said on Sunday. Osaka, who was fined 15,000 dollars for skipping the news conference after her first-round victory at Roland Garros, could also face suspension from other Grand Slam tournaments, the board added. The four-times Grand Slam champion said earlier this week she would not face the media during the French Open, citing mental health reasons.

Newsroom Ready: The Montreal Canadians and fans are reunited for the first time in over a year

For the first time since March 2020, a Canadian NHL team will have paying fans in the arena tonight. After Quebec loosened COVID-19 restrictions, the Montreal Canadiens will be permitted to have 2,500 fans in the 21,273-seat Bell Centre for Game 6 of their first-round playoff series against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In Mexico, cartels are hunting down police at their homes

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The notoriously violent Jalisco cartel has responded to Mexico’s “hugs, not bullets” policy with a policy of its own: The cartel kidnapped several members of an elite police force in the state of Guanajuato, tortured them to obtain names and addresses of fellow officers and is now hunting down and killing police at their homes, on their days off, in front of their families. It is a type of direct attack on officers seldom seen outside of the most gang-plagued nations of Central America and poses the most direct challenge yet to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's policy of avoiding violence and rejecting any war on the cartels. But the cartel has already declared war on the government, aiming to eradicate an elite state force known as the Tactical Group which the gang accuses of treating its members unfairly. “If you want war, you'll get a war. We have already shown that we know where you are. We are coming for all of you,” reads a professionally printed banner signed by the cartel and hung on a building in Guanajuato in May. “For each member of our firm (CJNG) that you arrest, we are going to kill two of your Tacticals, wherever they are, at their homes, in their patrol vehicles,” the banner read, referring to the cartel by its Spanish initials. Officials in Guanajuato — Mexico's most violent state, where Jalisco is fighting local gangs backed by the rival Sinaloa cartel — refused to comment on how many members of the elite group have been murdered so far. But state police publicly acknowledged the latest case, an officer who was kidnapped from his home on Thursday, killed and his body dumped on a highway. Guanajuato-based security analyst David Saucedo said there have been many cases. “A lot of them (officers) have decided to desert. They took their families, abandoned their homes and they are fleeing and in hiding,” Saucedo said. “The CJNG is hunting the elite police force of Guanajuato.” Numbers of victims are hard to come by, but Poplab, a news cooperative in Guanajuato, said at least seven police officers have been killed on their days off so far this year. In January, gunmen went to the home of a female state police officer, killed her husband, dragged her away, tortured her and dumped her bullet-ridden body. Guanajuato has had the highest number of police killed of any Mexican state since at least 2018, according to Poplab. Between 2018 and May 12, a total of 262 police have been killed, or an average of about 75 officers each year — more than are killed by gunfire or other assaults on average each year in the entire United States, which has 50 times Guanajuato’s population. The problem in Guanajuato has gotten so bad that the state government published a special decree on May 17 to provide an unspecified amount of funding for protection mechanisms for police and prison officials. “Unfortunately, organized crime groups have shown up at the homes of police officers, which poses a threat and a greater risk of loss of life, not just for them, but for members of their families,” according to the decree. “They have been forced to quickly leave their homes and move, so that organized crimes groups cannot find them,” it reads. State officials refused to describe the protection measures, or comment on whether officers were to be paid to rent new homes, or if there were plans to construct special secure housing compounds for them and their families. “This is an open war against the security forces of the state government,” Saucedo noted. López Obrador campaigned on trying to deescalate the drug conflict, describing a “hugs, not bullets” approach to tackle the root causes of crime. Since taking office in late 2018, he has avoided openly confronting cartels, and even released one capo to avoid bloodshed, saying he preferred a long-range policy of addressing social problems like youth unemployment that contribute to gang membership. But former U.S. Ambassador Christopher Landau said in April that López Obrador views the fight against drug cartels “as a distraction . So he has basically adopted an agenda of a pretty laissez-faire attitude towards them, which is pretty troubling to our government, obviously.” Mark Stevenson, The Associated Press

Grizzly that killed Alberta woman captured, will be euthanized

Alberta Fish and Wildlife says it has captured and will euthanize a grizzly that killed a woman near Water Valley last week. A 68-year-old woman was killed in a bear attack on Tuesday on her property near Water Valley, which is in Mountain View County, about 80 kilometres northwest of Calgary. Fish and wildlife officers said a grizzly sow seen in the area had been exhibiting aggressive behaviour. On Saturday, fish and wildlife officers captured two large female grizzlies near the site of the attack. One of the bears was lactating but did not appear to be actively nursing, and was not accompanied by cubs. The other bear was older, with extremely worn teeth. Officers took DNA samples from both bears, which confirmed the older grizzly was responsible for the fatal attack. The DNA tests concluded neither bear was involved in another fatal grizzly attack, which killed a man out for a run in the Waiparous Village area earlier in the month. Fish and wildlife said the bear that killed the woman will be euthanized on Saturday, in accordance with the province's guide to managing human and bear interactions. "This decision is never made lightly, and when it is made, it is to prevent more attacks by that particular bear. The second bear will be released at a to-be-determined location. All traps will be removed from the area," the province said. Fish and wildlife said that due to an unusually high number of bears still in the area, residents are being asked to continue to be cautious. Experts say fatal bear attacks are very rare incidents, and one bear biologist based in Canmore said it is "far more likely to have an encounter with a bear where nothing happens." What to do if you encounter a bear Alberta Fish and Wildlife said anyone who encounters a bear in the wild should follow these steps: Stay calm and do not run. Stay with your group and keep children close. Back away if you see cubs or an animal carcass. The bear will want to protect them. Prepare to defend yourself with bear spray. Back away, leaving the way you came. Keep your eye on the bear without staring at it aggressively. Look for a place to hide, such as a car or building. Speak to the bear in a soft, low voice. Let the bear know that you are human and not prey. Bear sightings can be reported to Alberta's 24/7 report a poacher line at 1-800-642-3800.

As pandemic wanes, Florida's DeSantis seizes national stage

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — As Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Democrats readied to pounce. The state's economy was in tatters, infections and deaths were on the rise and there were doubts about the Republican's plan to lead Florida out of crisis. Now that the pandemic appears to be waning and DeSantis is heading into his reelection campaign next year, he has emerged from the political uncertainty as one of the most prominent Republican governors and an early White House front-runner in 2024 among Donald Trump's acolytes, if the former president doesn't run again. As DeSantis' national stature has risen, he has remained defiant in the face of continued attacks on his hard-line opposition to mask mandates and lockdowns. “Hold the line. Don’t back down,” he told a crowd at a party fundraiser in Pittsburgh on May 20. “And in the state of Florida, with me as governor, I have only begun to fight.” That fight will happen soon, as he campaigns for a second term and pressure builds on Florida Democrats to regain their footing in a state that has swung toward Republicans for several election cycles. Unless they find a new formula, Democrats could find themselves shut out of statewide office for the first time since Reconstruction. “This isn’t just one race — this is two races in one, given how Ron DeSantis is trying to use a reelection win as a slingshot to then be the odds on favorite" for the GOP nomination in 2024, said Fernand Amandi, a Democratic pollster in Miami. “If they manage to prevent him from getting reelected, they almost certainly eliminate any possibility of him running for president.” DeSantis won in a nail-biter three years ago against Democrat Andrew Gillum, and Democrats worry whether they can field a candidate able to win back the governor’s mansion for the first time since 1994. U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, a former Republican governor who is now a Democrat, announced his campaign for governor this month. Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, the only Democrat currently holding statewide office, has teased a June 1 date to publicly announce whether she will run. Some Democrats had hoped U.S. Rep. Val Demings, who helped manage the first Trump impeachment and was considered as President Joe Biden's running mate, would join the race. Instead, she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Republican Marco Rubio. Regardless of who gets in the Democratic contest, toppling DeSantis will be “a tall order,” said Ryan Tyson, a Tallahassee-based Republican pollster. “The Democrats fail to understand that the state of Florida is changing under their very noses.” Florida’s population continues to boom, but many of the state’s new residents are older and come from parts of the country friendlier toward Republicans. Before last November’s presidential election, Republicans had narrowed the registration gap with Democrats to about 117,000. On Election Day four years earlier, Democrats had a 327,000 voter registration lead. Since then, Republicans have continued to gain — with the Democratic advantage now barely over 100,000. Both sides will try to nationalize the race, partly to draw support from big-money donors from outside the state. For DeSantis, it’s also about raising his national profile. That of course, probably will become a line of attack for Crist and Fried, who accuse DeSantis of being more interested in pursuing his political ambitions than in tackling the concerns of Floridians. “Just like our former president, he always takes credit but never takes responsibility,” Crist said when he announced his bid for governor. In a video hinting at her possible entry into the race, Fried called DeSantis an “authoritarian dictator.” Appealing to Trump supporters might be smart as the Republican Party deepens its allegiance to the former president, whose shadow will no doubt loom over high-profile races like the one about to unfold in Florida. During his Pittsburgh visit, DeSantis applauded Trump for recognizing the military and economic threats posed by China and sympathized with him over his battles against social media companies such as Twitter, which banned him from its platform. The governor is “definitely made efforts to to appeal to the Trump base. The disadvantage to that, of course, is that the former president is so polarizing,” said Kevin Wagner, a political scientist at Florida Atlantic University. ”But in the state of Florida, where the former president did really well, appealing to his base of voters seems like a pretty prudent move.” DeSantis’ ambitions could become muddled if Trump runs in 2024. That would force DeSantis and other hopefuls to wait it out or begin redefining themselves beyond Trump's shadow. Democrats thought the pandemic would be a strong line of attack against DeSantis. In November, Floridians were about evenly divided about the governor's handling of the pandemic, with 49% approving and 50% disapproving, according to AP VoteCast. In that same poll, 48% had a favorable opinion of DeSantis while 45% viewed him unfavorably. But with about 18 months before the November 2022 election, it remains to be seen how the pandemic might play out in the campaign. The pandemic has become a key talking point against what DeSantis called “the militant left.” “We’ve saved millions of livelihoods from the brunt of lockdowns," he said in Pittsburgh. "All I can say to any state that has not followed suit: Open your state, open your schools, take off these mask mandates, let people live and thrive.” While he spent his first years as Florida governor casting himself as a defender of the environment, including the state’s cherished Everglades and imperiled coastlines, and even as a booster for his state’s underpaid teachers, DeSantis has more recently taken a sharper turn to the right. During Florida’s just-completed legislative session, DeSantis successfully pushed for an “anti-riot” law that countered the Black Lives Matter movement. He won legislation that excoriated social media companies that, the governor charged, censor conservative thought. On a recent appearance on Fox News — one of many — DeSantis showcased a freshly signed law that tightens voting rules amid unproven claims among Trump followers that Trump was denied a second term because of election irregularities. “The governor’s priorities certainly got through, and that can only be good for him,” said Susie Wiles, a Republican strategist who helped Trump win Florida last year and continues to work for him. “What is good for him has proven to be good for the state, which in turn makes his fortunes good going into reelection next year.” ___ Associated Press writer Hannah Fingerhut in Washington contributed to this report. Bobby Caina Calvan, The Associated Press

3 people with gunshot wounds walk into hospital after St. James Town shooting

Toronto police say three people made their way to hospital following a shooting in St. James Town Saturday evening. Emergency crews were called to the area of Wellesley Street East and Bleecker Street shortly before 9:30 p.m. ET for reports of shots fired and multiple people seen fleeing the area. When officers arrived, they say they found evidence of gunfire but did not locate any victims at the scene. Police say they were later informed that three victims with gunshot wounds walked into a hospital. There is no update on the conditions, genders or ages of the victims. Police taped off the area near a playground, but could not confirm exactly where the shooting happened. Police do not have any suspect information and are appealing for any witnesses to contact investigators at 416-808-2222.

Tuchel finally meets Abramovich, with the European Cup

PORTO, Portugal (AP) — Bursting back into the Estádio do Dragão dressing room dressing spraying bubbly from a bottle over his squad, Thomas Tuchel unleashed his emotions. Losing Champions League finalist last season. Fired by Paris Saint-Germain in December. A Champions League winner six months later with Chelsea. What a whirlwind year it's been for the German manager. Little wonder he's not so easy to meet his own boss. It took 123 days from his hiring by Chelsea to meet Roman Abramovich. It was timed to perfection — after beating Manchester City 1-0 in the Champions League final on Saturday night. “It was the best moment for the first meeting,” Tuchel said, “because now on it can only get worse. We will speak tomorrow." There's a contract to talk about. Managers at Chelsea aren't known for their longevity. Not even saved by his status as a club playing great, Lampard lasted only 18 months. Tuchel only got an 18-month contract from Abramovich. “I think we are pragmatic in our choices,” the Russian billionaire told Forbes magazine in March. “And we are comfortable making the right changes at the right time to ensure we can achieve our long-term ambitions." The ambitions when Tuchel arrived seemed to be more modest — just return Chelsea to the top-four. Champions League qualification was sealed on Sunday despite a season-ending Premier League defeat to Aston Villa. But there was also the setback of losing the FA Cup final to Leicester the previous week. Tuchel was saved in his 30th match in charge by the club's record-signing from the summer transfer window as $90 million-plus attacking midfielder Kai Havertz scored the only goal in Porto. It sealed Chelsea's second Champions League title with echoes of the 2012 triumph that was also overseen by a mid-season appointee. Tuchel will be hoping to last longer then Roberto Di Matteo who was fired by Abramovich six months later. “I can assure him that I will stay hungry, that I want the next title and I feel absolutely happy, as a part of a really ambitious club, a strong part of a strong group," Tuchel said. "That suits my belief and my passion about football in the moment perfectly. So my desire is to go for more victories, to grow as a coach and to push the group on the first day of the next season to the limit. “We have work to do to close the gap, and this is what I’m all about. And so it will be nice to meet him a bit closer." ___ More AP soccer: and Rob Harris, The Associated Press

Squamish husband and wife who died hours apart from COVID-19 honoured at truck rally

Two long-term residents of Squamish, B.C., who recently died hours apart of COVID-19 were honoured at a truck rally on Saturday. Margaret (Gail) Ross and Harvey (Merrill) Ross died 17 hours apart on May 5 and 6, respectively, of complications from COVID-19 after a month-long battle with the disease, according to their obituary. Merrill was 76 and Gail was 73. "This is not the way Merrill and Gail's story was supposed to end," said JR Transport owner Darren Doak, who organized the rally. "I miss them every day." Beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, Doak says, thousands of locals came out to watch about 90 trucks meander through Squamish and onto the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Hard worker and team mom Doak says he had known Merrill for 50 years from their shared careers in the trucking and logging industry. According to their obituary, Gail and Merrill Doak were married for 54 years and had moved to Squamish from Montague, P.E.I, in 1969. Merrill was known to many for his "old-school work ethic." "Merrill was an extremely hard worker, whether he was going to work for five minutes, one load, or whether it was going to be a 15-hour day," Doak said, adding that Merrill worked right up until he became ill. His wife, Gail, was known in town as "the ultimate team mom" who volunteered with hockey, soccer, baseball and ringette youth teams in the community. She often travelled with her husband on his trips. Doak says the couple were sent to the Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver shortly after they fell ill. He doesn't know if they had been vaccinated against COVID-19. The pair leave behind four children and seven grandchildren.

Ukrainian ambassador in Thailand dies on resort island

BANGKOK (AP) — The Ukrainian ambassador to Thailand collapsed and died on Sunday while on a resort island with his family, authorities said. Andrii Beshta, 44, was declared dead on Lipe Island in southern Satun province, Gov. Ekkarat Leesen told The Associated Press. Police quoted his teenage son, who was staying in the same hotel room, as saying his father vomited and fainted early Sunday. He said he was feeling fine before. Police said they suspect he may have suffered a heart failure. Leesen said the body was sent to the police hospital for an autopsy. Beshta had assumed the post of ambassador in January 2016. He is survived by his wife, daughter and two sons, according to a bio on the embassy's website. The Associated Press

Naftali Bennett: The right-wing millionaire who may end Netanyahu era

Naftali Bennett, Israel's likely next prime minister, is a self-made tech millionaire who dreams of annexing most of the occupied West Bank. Bennett has said that creation of a Palestinian state would be suicide for Israel, citing security reasons. But the standard-bearer of Israel's religious right and staunch supporter of Jewish settlements said on Sunday he was joining forces with his political opponents to save the country from political disaster.

Victim IDɽ in 4th fatal shooting in less than a week

Ottawa police have identified the man shot to death early Sunday morning in the city's east end, the fourth shooting death in the nation's capital in the past five days. Police and emergency responders were called to the intersection of Cyrville and Meadowbrook roads at approximately 12:50 a.m. after getting reports of gunshots. CBC spoke with several neighbours of the strip mall where the shooting happened. They reported hearing between three and five gun shots just after 12:30 a.m. Police found 27-year-old Warsama Youssouf from Ottawa in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to hospital but was later declared dead. The homicide unit is investigating. A section of Meadowbrook Road was closed at 5:30 a.m. but has since reopened. Police appeal for information Those with information about the investigation are asked to contact the homicide unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493 On Friday evening, Ottawa police were called to Alta Vista Drive after two men were shot dead, with a third man taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. On Wednesday, police were called to Palmerston Drive following the shooting of a 22-year-old man. There have now been seven homicides in Ottawa in 2021.

'Too much British cheese'? U.K. PM Boris Johnson on trade, climate co-operation

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hopeful that Canada and the U.K. can conclude a permanent deal on how much British cheese can enter Canada, just one part of a comprehensive free-trade deal set to be negotiated this fall. Reluctance to "allow too much British cheese to tempt the palates of Canadians" was one sticking point during negotiations over a transitional deal last year, Johnson told CBC News chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton in an exclusive Canadian interview airing Sunday on Rosemary Barton Live. "What's really needed now is more affordable, high-quality British cheese in Canada, and I hope that we can do a deal to allow that," Johnson said. Canada and the United Kingdom completed a transitional trade agreement in November, necessitated by Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. But the agreement did not include a lasting deal on market access for British cheese producers, instead temporarily maintaining the system established under Canada's free-trade agreement with the European Union. Johnson speaks with the CBC's Barton on Friday from 10 Downing Street in London, his official residence.(Adrian Di Virgilio/CBC) Access to Canada's supply-managed dairy market has been a controversial issue in a slew of trade agreements concluded by the federal government in recent years, including the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union. "We were very concerned that dairy might be implicated in that, but we are pleased to see that the government has excluded dairy imports in that particular trade agreement. Now we know that it's an interim agreement that is renewed in three years. That gives them time to negotiate," Dairy Farmers of Canada vice-president David Wiens said after the Canada-U.K. deal was signed in November 2020. Around the same time, an adviser for the National Farmers' Union in Britain said that "a U.K. priority in these negotiations should be to secure greater access for our cheese producers." Johnson pointed to his procurement of Canadian-made "big burly bicycles" — referring to Montreal-based Bixi bikes — when he was mayor of London as proof of his free-trade bona fides. 'We were the beginners of the crime' The prime minister also discussed the issue of co-operation in the fight against climate change, noting he was pleased with Canada's emissions reductions targets, but "I'm not saying you couldn't go further." The U.K. has an aggressive emissions reduction target for 2030 of 68 per cent below 1990 levels, compared with Canada's lower target of between 40 and 45 per cent below 2005 levels. Johnson highlighted a push by his government to secure $100 billion US per year from rich countries to direct toward climate action in developing nations. "After all, we in the U.K., I'm afraid to say we were the first. We were the beginners of the crime," Johnson said, referring to Britain's early industrialization and related hydrocarbon emissions. "We owe it to [developing countries] to support them now in accelerating their move to net-zero. It's not fair otherwise, and I think Justin [Trudeau] totally gets that," he said. Johnson repeatedly said his government and that of Trudeau were in "harmony" on the issue of climate change. You can watch full episodes of Rosemary Barton Live on CBC Gem, the CBC's streaming service.

'Hooked on a Feeling' singer B.J. Thomas dies at 78

B.J. Thomas, the Grammy-winning singer who enjoyed success on the pop, country and gospel charts with such hits as “I Just Can’t Help Believing,” “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head” and “Hooked on a Feeling,” has died. He was 78. Thomas, who announced in March that he had been diagnosed with lung cancer, died from complications of the disease Saturday at his home in Arlington, Texas, his publicist Jeremy Westby said in a statement. A Hugo, Oklahoma-native who grew up in Houston, Billy Joe Thomas broke through in 1966 with a gospel-styled cover of Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and went on to sell millions of records and have dozens of hits across genres. He reached No. 1 with pop, adult contemporary and country listeners in 1976 with ″(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song.” The same year, his “Home Where I Belong” became one of the first gospel albums to be certified platinum for selling more than 1 million copies. Dionne Warwick, who duetted with Thomas, sent out a tweet Saturday with her condolences. “My sincere condolences to the family of one of my favorite duet partners, BJ Thomas. I will miss him as I know so many others will as well. Rest In Peace my friend,” she said. Thomas' signature recording was “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,” a No. 1 pop hit and an Oscar winner for best original song as part of the soundtrack to one of the biggest movies of 1969, the irreverent Western “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.” Thomas wasn’t the first choice to perform the whimsical ballad composed by Burt Bacharach and Hal David Ray Stevens turned the songwriters down. But his warm, soulful tenor fit the song’s easygoing mood, immortalized on film during the scene when Butch (Paul Newman) shows off his new bicycle to Etta Place (Katharine Ross), the girlfriend of the Sundance Kid (Robert Redford). “Raindrops” has since been heard everywhere from “The Simpsons” to “Forrest Gump” and was voted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2013. But, at first, not everyone was satisfied. Thomas was recovering from laryngitis while recording the soundtrack version and his vocals are raspier than for the track released on its own. Redford, meanwhile, doubted the song even belonged in “Butch Cassidy.” “When the film was released, I was highly critical — how did the song fit with the film? There was no rain,” Redford told USA Today in 2019. “At the time, it seemed like a dumb idea. How wrong I was.” Thomas would later say the phenomenon of “Raindrops” exacerbated an addiction to pills and alcohol which dated back to his teens, when a record producer in Houston suggested he take amphetamines to keep his energy up. He was touring and recording constantly and taking dozens of pills a day. By 1976, while ″(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song” was hitting No. 1, he felt like he was “number 1,000.” “I was at the bottom with my addictions and my problems,” he said in 2020 on “The Debby Campbell Goodtime Show.” He cited a “spiritual awakening,” shared with his wife, Gloria Richardson, with helping him to get clean. Thomas had few pop hits after the mid-1970s, but he continued to score on the country charts with such No. 1 songs as “Whatever Happened to Old-Fashioned Love” and “New Looks from an Old Lover.” In the late 1970s and early ’80s, he was also a top gospel and inspirational singer, winning two Dove awards and five Grammys, including a Grammy in 1979 for best gospel performance for “The Lord’s Prayer.” Fans of the 1980s sitcom “Growing Pains” heard him as the singer of the show’s theme song. He also acted in a handful of movies, including “Jory” and “Jake’s Corner” and toured often. Recent recordings included “Living Room Music,” featuring cameos from Lyle Lovett, Vince Gill and Richard Marx. He had planned to record in 2020 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, but the sessions were delayed because of the pandemic. Thomas married Richardson in 1968, and had three daughters: Paige, Nora and Erin. He and his wife worked on the 1982 memoir “In Tune: Finding How Good Life Can Be.” His book “Home Where I Belong” came out in 1978 and was co-authored by Jerry B. Jenkins, later famous for the million-selling “Left Behind” religious novels written with Tim LaHaye. Besides music, Thomas loved baseball as a kid and started calling himself B.J. because so many Little League teammates also were named Billy Joe. By his teens, he was singing in church and had joined a local rock band, the Triumphs, whom he would stay with into his 20s. He enjoyed Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams and other country performers his parents liked, but on his own he was inspired by the soul and rhythm and blues singers he heard on the radio or saw on stage, notably Jackie Wilson, whose hit ballad “To Be Loved” Thomas later covered and adopted as a kind of guide to his life. “I was raised in a fairly dysfunctional situation and I went through years of intense alcoholism and drug addiction so the song was always a touchstone for me. When you open yourself up to drugs and alcohol at such a young age it becomes something you have to deal with the rest of your life,” he told the Huffington Post in 2014. “What a road block and heartbreak and times of failure these addictions have caused me. But I had that little piece of lightning from that song. That’s the essence of the whole thing. To love and be loved. And that takes a lifetime to accomplish. It’s always been an important part of my emotions.” ___ This story has been corrected to show that Thomas sang the theme song to “Growing Pains,” not “The Facts of Life,” and to correct the spelling of Ernest Tubb's name. Hillel Italie, The Associated Press

N’Golo Kante, the humble star close to winning it all

PORTO, Portugal (AP) — N’Golo Kante approached the winner’s podium and sized up the gleaming European Cup that was almost as big as him. The diminutive midfielder had seen jubilant teammates before him give the trophy a kiss as they walked by. Kante, a touch nervous maybe, gave it a little pat and shuffled on. Humble to the end, Kante moved a step closer to winning everything there is to win in football by adding the Champions League with Chelsea on Saturday. A Premier League winner in 2016 and ’17, with Leicester then Chelsea. A World Cup winner in 2018 with France. A Europa League winner in 2019. Now, a European champion. Win the European Championship with France across the next six weeks and Kante will have done the lot. All with that beaming smile on his face. Asked if Kante is the best player in the world, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta was in no doubt: “It’s straightforward, yes.” At the moment, it’s hard to argue. Kante was voted man of the match by UEFA’s technical observers in both legs of Chelsea’s semifinal against Real Madrid, and again in the 1-0 win over Manchester City in the final. He made 10 ball recoveries, more than any other player. He won all three tackles he attempted — including a key one to snuff out Kevin De Bruyne as he approached Chelsea’s box early in the second half. Then there were his surging runs forward, leading the counterattack. In a match where so much focus was on City manager Pep Guardiola’s decision to not play a specialist defensive midfielder, Kante produced a clinic in that position once again. “He does everything,” Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said. “The energy he brings, I don’t know how many ball recoveries today. He covered so much ground. “It’s special to have him and when we don’t have him we missed him. After winning the World Cup, the Champions League, he’s so humble in his position.” Tuchel has said before that he was bestowed a gift when he arrived at Chelsea in January to be handed a squad containing Kante. “I think N’Golo fits into any manager’s plans on the planet,” said Tuchel, the former Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund manager. “I was desperate to have him in my teams in the past.” Now he has him and is utilizing him perfectly. It will not be a surprise to see Kante voted the FIFA player of the year for the first time, especially if he helps France to win the Euros. He has already won the biggest personal award in English soccer, the PFA player of the year in 2016 on the back of Leicester’s title win. At Leicester, the story goes, he used to run to training while others arrived in their flashy cars and kept going to the same hairdresser, paying 10 pounds for a trim. That humble side of Kante hasn’t changed, even as he adds Champions League winner to his lengthy list of accomplishments. ___ More AP soccer: and ___ Steve Douglas is at Steve Douglas, The Associated Press

Parents calling on Canada to evacuate children stuck in the Gaza Strip

OTTAWA — When Mahmoud Khalaf's wife and two children travelled from Canada to visit extended family in the Gaza Strip in April, they couldn't imagine they would end up stranded there during a deadly war between Israel and Hamas. Khalaf, an electrical engineer in London, Ont., said his wife took their five-year-old and two-year-old to visit family for the first time in seven years and wound up living through the horrors of the bombardment of Gaza. "They have never experienced something like that," he said. "For my kids, it was something very difficult and hard to understand what's going on, especially coming from an environment where they never felt like they might die." Last week, a ceasefire ended the 11-day war that left hundreds of people dead and deteriorated Gaza's already weakened infrastructure. The Gaza Health Ministry said at least 230 Palestinians died, including 65 children. Twelve people in Israel, including a five-year-old and 16-year-old, were killed. Khalaf's wife and children are among dozens of Canadians currently in Gaza, which has been under blockade since 2007. The main point of exit is through Egypt, but only a limited number of people are allowed to leave at a time and they must apply weeks in advance. He and other Canadian residents with families in Gaza fear more bloodshed and are calling on the federal government to urgently help their loved ones evacuate. "As a government, they should be taking care of their people,” said Khalaf. “Right? I mean, that's the government's job." Global Affairs Canada didn't answer questions on whether the department is planning to evacuate Canadians from the Gaza Strip. Department spokeswoman Patricia Skinner said consular services are being provided through the Canadian representative office to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah. "Global Affairs Canada has been advising Canadians to avoid all travel to the Gaza Strip due to continuing conflict, the possible resumption of armed hostilities, and the difficulties to leave the area since October 2000," she said. There are 160 Canadians in the Gaza Strip currently registered in a federal database of Canadians abroad, but since registration is voluntary, the number is likely higher. Khalaf said his five-year-old son who was born in Canada couldn't understand the situation and the reasons behind the bombing in Gaza. "The questions come up: 'What's happening? Why is this happening? Is this happening in Canada? Is this happening everywhere, or is it just here?'" he said. He could hear the explosions when he called or FaceTimed his wife and kids, he said. "Sometimes it's really close. When it is close you see (my son) jumping, like he would be jumping from wherever he is right into his mom's arms just because he's terrified," he said. "That in itself, being so far away from them, was extremely difficult and extremely painful at the same time." The situation has also impacted asylum seekers and more recent immigrants whose families are still in Gaza. Abdallah Alhamadni received refugee status in December and works as an emergency responder with a medical transportation company in Mississauga, Ont., where he transfers people infected with COVID-19 from their homes or long-term care facilities to hospitals. He has applied for permanent residency for himself and his family members and has contacted the Immigration Department several times asking them to expedite the process, he said. "My family, they are under huge stress all the time (while) they are waiting," he said. Alhamadni is living in Canada with the daily risk of contracting COVID-19 and becoming very sick because he has chronic high blood pressure and diabetes, he said. Meanwhile, he fears for his children's lives in Gaza. "I was terrified something could happen to them, especially (with the bombardment of) houses very close to where they are living." Alhamadni and a group of parents with children in Gaza are working to bring attention to their situation. They have contacted the federal government and several Members of Parliament and will start a petition to ask for the evacuation of their families, he said. The government should give the families temporary visas while their permanent residency applications are being processed or fast-track the applications, Alhamadni said. He also contacted the Canadian representative office to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah, which he said told him it would let him know if an evacuation of families is being planned. "There are no real promises they will bring them here to Canada,” he said. "We are lost. We don't know what to do." The Immigration Department did not say whether it planned to evacuate families of people living in Canada from the Gaza Strip. It said it was unable to comment on individual cases for privacy reasons but it is aware of the situation of resettled refugees' dependants who remain in Gaza and it is monitoring the situation. Global migration has been upended by the pandemic, but the department has prioritized urgent protection cases, vulnerable people and those performing essential services, it said. Sammar Mohammed is another member of the group of parents working to bring children to Canada. She has been living with her two daughters in Windsor, Ont., since 2019 while her husband and her two other daughters are still in Gaza. She is waiting for their permanent residency applications to be processed so the rest of her family can join her in Canada. "This is our issue and our pain — the long processing time," she said. Mohammed used to do video calls with her daughters, but now they either lose internet or power, she said. Her husband is a journalist with a local TV station whose building was destroyed in an Israeli airstrike, she added, and a classmate of her 13-year-old daughter was killed during the war. She said there are serious consequences for her loved ones as they continue to wait, especially with a fragile ceasefire that she believes could end at any moment. "If they survived this war, God knows what will happen during the next offences on Gaza." This report was first published by The Canadian Press on May 30, 2021. --- This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship. Maan Alhmidi, The Canadian Press

La Quinta Resort & Club Gets a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration - Recipes

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Abundant Living Senior Services LLC

<span style="color: #626262">We understand that sometimes Seniors need help with basic day to day tasks and sometimes they need more involved personal care. We offer Non-Medical In-Home services for seniors, disabled or homebound people. We work with families to establish what we can do to assist in maintaining a healthy, caring and safe life style that allows their loved ones to remain in the comfort of their own homes</span><span style="color: #626262">. </span>

Home Run Solutions, LLC

<img wp-image-2649 alignleft" src="" alt="" width="109" height="102" />Our company, Home Run Solutions, has happily been serving the area since 2006. We are licensed/bonded general contractors and our comprehensive design/build process is sure to make your renovation a HOME RUN! We look forward to hearing from you!

River Valley Oasis

We are a true Pacific Northwest wedding venue located right on the Pilchuck River in Granite Falls, WA. Our outdoor, rustic, blank canvas venue allows for couples to really create something unique and special to them.

Alderwood Dance Spectrum

Come and experience the joy of movement to music in a fun, creative, and friendly environment.

The Creamery Co.

Here at The Creamery, we like to cater to everyone's needs. That is why we offer a variety of yogurts. We always have a sorbet and no sugar added option and we rotate through gelatos, low-fat and non-fat yogurts.

Monroe Co-Op

18422 Cascade View Dr, Monroe, Washington, USA


In partner with the Snohomish Co-Op, Established in 1935, the Monroe Co-Op is a local farm and feed store owned by its members, committed to serving the valley and beyond!

Snohomish Co-Op

Snohomish Co-op has supplied fuel to local farmers, and has served to provide cooperative purchasing power for Snohomish County residents. We are member owned, and open to all.

Barnett Associates

The Barnett Associates Team is a real estate team with KW North Sound located in Marysville, WA.

Laser Tag Live

The most fun you'll have 6 feet apart!

Toggle’s Bottle Shop

We offer 22 rotating taps including cider, wines by the glass, and an expansive bottle selection featuring the best American craft brews from all over the map. Our draft beer selection is available on-site at the bar and also available to-go in a growler. You're welcome to bring in your own food or order takeout or delivery from great nearby restaurants, such as our neighbors at The New Mexicans, Amante Pizza and Pasta, Sol Food's Caribbean fare or any other local favorites.

Luxe Salon Snohomish

We are a full service hair salon located in beautiful historic downtown Snohomish. Our passion is hair, so it's all we do!

Andy’s Fish House

Specializing in serving live, local and fresh seafood presented in a friendly casual atmosphere. Andy's Fish House has abundant outdoor seating.

Crow Boutique

Crow boutique in the heart of beautiful Edmonds, WA focuses on locally-made unique gifts. The majority of our lines are locally-made and every company that we work with are small businesses. Nothing mass produced or available on Amazon. We love carrying unique lines jewelry, accessories, bath and body care, candles and art!

4Z Design, Marketing & Printing

Prepare to rethink everything you thought you knew about promotional products. 4Z is a partner with an insistence on quality.

Noodle Nation Everett

Quick stop - Noodle Shop - Fresh, seasonal & always creative build your own bowl or try one of our favorite combinations! Order or pickup for lunch and dinner. Open Mon-Sat 11am to 7pm

Yoforit Frozen Yogurt

Our store is family owned and we opened our doors in June of 2013. We proudly serve YoCream, Honey Hill, Rainbows End, and Frozen Bean among others which provides us with many options for our gluten free and no sugar added customers.

The Yoga Barn

The Yoga Barn offers daily yoga classes, retreats and mindful events in a beautifully restored barn studio and rural setting. We offer Vinyasa flow, Hatha, Restorative Yin, Meditation, Barre, kids yoga and prenatal yoga. All levels welcome and encouraged!

“Just Left” Pub & Grill

Just Left Pub and Grill is a casual place to enjoy a cold beer with good people. A local hot spot, it provides guests with all-American favorites like flavorful burgers and grilled steaks served with filling sides. The menu has classic standards and weekly specials that provides guests with plenty of options for lunch or dinner.

Pink Blossom Events

Pink Blossom Events is your destination for Wedding and Event Planning in the Northwest. We believe in turning the expected into something unique. Your guests arrive expecting a cookie cutter event, but we want to surprise them by making your occasion truly unique. We specialize in weddings, corporate celebrations, and milestone birthdays. With this year's pandemic we have been focusing on not only intimate events but drive-by events to ensure celebrations are never missed!


Lilac&Lemon is an online, women’s clothing boutique. We are a family business, committed to bringing you fun, fashion-forward styles. We offer free shipping on all orders $50 or more, and we'd love to show our appreciation for the community by giving all of our SnoCo neighbors 20% off! Use code SNOCO at checkout to redeem your discount.

General Car Wash

For quick, detailed, and dedicated service and a car that sparkles and shines -- there’s no better place to go in Everett than General Car Wash.

Absolute Security Alarms

Absolute Security Alarms is proud to provide, install and monitor the finest home or business security alarms and surveillance cameras. We are locally owned, family-run and highly rated as the best in Washington.

Portofino Restaurant & Bar

Portofino Restaurant & Bar strives to provide quality food & drinks, fast delivery service, and a friendly neighborhood environment. Making almost everything in-house requires a lot of work but we know that this pays off when you try our food. From homemade dough to sauces, salad dressings, and meatballs, we separate ourselves by creating a unique and authentic taste.

Giorgio’s Pizza

Giorgio Pizza has been nestled in the Everett area ever since 1982. This cozy establishment highlights our passion for market-fresh ingredients and an enjoyable atmosphere. Our menu features a selection of dishes, all made in-house by our team of talented chefs. With some of the most delicious combinations of ingredients, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Loved by locals and traveling foodies alike now is the perfect time for you to join us today at Giorgio Pizza.

Tasty Curry Restaurant and Pizza

We have a passion for the Indian way of life and want to share it with people, no matter where they’re from, just good food for everyone.

Snohomish County Tribune Newspaper

The Snohomish County Tribune weekly newspaper is an independently owned news source that covers Snohomish, Everett, Monroe, and the broad Snohomish area. In publication for more than 125 years. The Tribune's office is in the City of Snohomish downtown at Second Street and Avenue C. We publish on Wednesdays.

Cole Gallery

Located in the heart of downtown Edmonds, just blocks from the ferry landing in the center of town. As the largest gallery in the surrounding area they feature nationally acclaimed Northwest painters and sculptors from Washington and surrounding states. Many of their artist’s works come from the influences of the Impressionists with a wide range of subject and style from contemporary to classical. Each month they bring in new feature shows where visitors can view art seven days a week.

Petticoat Junction

Petticoat Junction is your dance apparel connection with over 32+ years of experience in dance and offer a large selection of clothing and shoes . Serving all types of dancers from ballet, to ballroom and social dancing, salsa, tango, square dancing, round dancing, line dancing, clogging, contra and folk dancing.

Your Balance Sheet

Since 1997 Your Balance Sheet has been assisting local businesses with their accounting needs. At YBS, our passion is working with small businesses, providing accounting leadership so that management can focus on development and the growth of their business. Our staff provides the resources to handle all the day-to-day accounting functions including bookkeeping clean-up, audits, taxes, and payroll. All accounting is tailored to fit each business according to their individual needs. If you need assistance in the unprecedented time with Grants, PPP applications and forgiveness applications please give YBS a call.

Belt Sushi & Roll Marysville

Your local, family-owned and operated kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi restaurant.

Thai Body Balance

Massage therapeutic services specializing in the art of acupressure and Thai body-work therapy. Your treatment will consist of a combination of direct pressure using my hands, elbows, knees, and feet along with stretching, hot stones, hot towels, cupping, and aromatherapy of your choice. Sessions are by appointment only.

Hot Yoga of Mill Creek

Since 2008, Hot Yoga of Mill Creek has been providing a fun and encouraging environment to learn and grow your yoga practice! With our friendly, knowledgeable and high quality instruction, each student receives a first class experience with every visit to our studio!

Shimmer Beauty & The Biz

My name is Rachel and I am the founder of Shimmer Beauty & The Biz. I help health and beauty service providers start, build, and grow their business. I am a licensed esthetician with certifications in life and business coaching. I believe in the power of the female entrepreneur and through my own experience and education, I teach and coach others through my courses, coaching, and mentoring group.


Hunniwater makes better-for-you beverages, including Hunniwater Detox and Hunniwater Sparkling Kindness–all natural, healthy and hydrating. We give back with every can of Kindness sold–to the bees, social justice and our community.

FauxyFurr Vintage + Handmade

430 N Olympic Ave, Arlington, Washington 98223

A resale boho western shop specializing in American made vintage. We sell curated collections for men and women consisting of USA & Mexico made boots, fur felt hats, real leather belts, vintage belt buckles, and southwestern jewelry. Our handmade line features beautiful upcycled boho boots trimmed with interchangeable leather bands, feathers, and jewelry. We make and sell show-stopping feather earrings and custom hats.

River Time Brewing

River Time Brewing opened like most breweries: two guys brewing in a garage on the weekends turned into a full-time business. We have three core values: build community, be a good corporate citizen, and have fun. We strive to create an inclusive environment where neighbors, friends, and visitors can engage in camaraderie, discuss local issues and events, and be part of something larger. Come visit Darrington and enjoy a pizza and beer in Darrington's old fire station. Cheers!

Postnet Mill Creek

13300 Bothell Everett Hwy, Mill Creek, WA 98012

We provide printing (regular documents, legal documents, posters, blueprints), shipping (UPS, FEDEX, DHL and US postal), bulk mailing as well as mail box rentals and notaries.

What’s Bloomin’ Now Floral

At What's Bloomin' Now Floral, we customize designs with you in mind! We are a local Marysville, Washington full service florist delivering courteous, professional service and the highest quality floral and gift items around. Our experienced designers can create floral arrangements that will complement any occasion and meet your budget and style expectations as well. We also offer delivery service to Marysville, Arlington, Tulalip, Stanwood. We can also send flowers across the country and world.

Scratch Distillery

Handcraft delicious spirits from scratch, using non-GMO, organic ingredients from Washington. Our gin, vodka, and whiskey are made by hand, with care and love.

Empire Banquet Hall

Our banquet hall provides you with the convenience to own your party whether your guests are located anywhere in Washington. With a spacious venue we can host a variety of events including weddings, birthday, and social events. We provide delicious catering options tailored to every guest as well as entertainment.

Time Out Greek & American Restaurant

Family owned by the Flemetakis Family since 2004, we offer a variety of cuisine from burgers and shakes, to breakfast and Greek Food, we satisfy all the appetites in your family or group of friends!

Ripke Services, LLC

My start in General Contracting began in the early Ninety's as a painter for a friends company. I have since worked and added several other trade skills to my resume Finish Carpentry, Light Electrical & Plumbing, Painting (Interior & Exterior), Pressure Washing, Framing, Doors, Windows and more!

Anthony’s Beach Cafe/Homeport

Anthony’s Beach Cafe is a casual neighborhood restaurant serving lunch and dinner daily. The menu features fresh Northwest seafood in lively and fun preparations. The Beach Cafe is perfect for the whole family. We are open for to-go/curbside service or delivery through Uber Eats. This location has two restaurants in one building. Anthony’s Beach Cafe is located on the first floor below Anthony’s HomePort.

Anthony’s Seafood Grill

Like all of our family-owned restaurants, Anthony’s Seafood Grill is unique to the Lynnwood community – reflecting the style and personality of the neighborhood. With unmatched views, every detail of the dining experience from the service to the quality of our fresh northwest seafood is designed to create a memorable meal.

Snohomish Bakery at First & Union

Making life better with coffee and pastries!

Dances with Foods

Public speaking and coaching on Health and Productivity Employees are companies' #1 asset. The CDC states that 6 out of 10 Americans suffer from chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, etc. The research shows that worker productivity decreases by up to 46% when they are in very poor health. How do we improve health and productivity–and company profitability–when healthcare costs are rising? The answer: Lifestyle Medicine. Lifestyle Medicine is scientifically based with proven results. Unfortunately, wellness programs focus more on exercise than the entire lifestyle. Dances With Foods will offer a “lunch and learn” about Health and Productivity for your employees.

Uniquely Designed Jewelry

I am an artist who designs ONE OF A KIND pieces of Unique Jewelry. I usually display and sell my jewelry at markets, craft shows, festivals and events in the Pacific Northwest. However, due to the COVID 19, all these events have been cancelled.

Oopsie Daisy Boutique

Children's store featuring children's clothing, embroidered apparel and decor, toys, and a selection of children's consignment clothing. Upstairs you can find women's apparel, home decor, and children's furniture and decor.

Victoria Village Antique Mall

1108 1st Street, Snohomish, WA


We are a multi dealer Antique Mall. Based in the heart of Historic Downtown Snohomish, we have been a part of this amazing community for over 27 years

Star Quality

After over 25 years in the Olive Oil industry we understand Olive Oil and its complexities. Our products are some of the best money can buy. We source our olive oil from Italy, Greece, Spain, Turkey, and Tunisia.

Crossroad SIGN Studio

Our local team provides business owners and property managers with LED wall signs, pole signs and monument signs. Fleet managers also rely on Crossroad SIGN for vehicle wraps and truck graphics.

That Chicken Place

1907 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201


We are a small family friendly full service restaurant featuring home cooked, home style food. Yes, of course we serve chicken, but there is a whole lot more to choose from.

Sleeper Jiu Jitsu

Sleeper Jiu Jitsu is a team of people striving to improve themselves, their lives and their communities through martial arts. We focus on the core concepts of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) and Submission Grappling (no-gi) taught in a technical, structured and engaging environment. We believe in providing each student with a strong foundational base of techniques, concepts and strategies from which they can build a lifelong practice and love of training and the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle.

Fresh Start Floor Covering

We specialize in carpet, laminate, luxury vinyl plank, and pre finished hardwood flooring. We've been in business since 2001 and have been servicing the sky valley community since 2009.

Maxis Restaurant

Chinese restaurant in Marysville with a large menu selection for take out and delivery service through Uber Eats and Door Dash

Stray Dogs Club

Stray dogs club is your home for mixed martial arts in Snohomish County, Wa. Located in Monroe, Wa. We have classes for children, women, and men. Offering training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, and Wrestling. First class is free! First responders and military (active/nonactive) first month free!

Hemlock State Brewing Company

Hemlock State Brewing Company is a locally-owned small brewery in Mountlake Terrace, WA, started by three hobbyist homebrewers. Founded in 2012, they got their start brewing in their kitchen, then their garage and now as a full-time venture in the taproom. A list of over 25 well-balanced beer styles rotates through their taps, with generally 10-12 available at any given time. Ample parking is available in the building or along the street. They are open 7 days a week and are family and dog friendly.

CPR Cell Phone Repair Lynnwood

Established in 2016, CPR Cell Phone Repair Lynnwood is a locally owned electronics repair shop specializing in the repair of iPhone, MacBook, Samsung Galaxy and iPad. We repair computers and laptops, as well as gaming consoles, including Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo. We also sell late model used smartphones, laptops and tablets at great prices. Be sure to ask about financing. Whether you need a screen replacement, water damage repair, data recovery, or a new device, you can depend on the expert technicians of CPR Cell Phone Repair Lynnwood.

Revelations Yogurt Edmonds

We feature 10 rotating flavors of premium frozen yogurt with live and active Probiotic cultures. You choose how much to eat and how much you spend. Top with fresh fruits, candies, nuts, baked goods, hot fudge and caramel. Don't forget there is always free sampling!

Mt. Index Sand-Bar

49315 U.S. 2, Gold Bar, WA 98251


The Mt Index Sandbar formerly The Mt Index Cafe since 1948. Beer and wine bar over 21 with great atmosphere and dog friendly. Fun, gorgeous views and outdoor beer gardens with firepits. Available for private parties and overnight cabins across Highway or along the river.

Embroidery for the Soul

Embroidery for the Soul in Monroe, Washington, provides a wide variety of sewn and embroidered products, screen printing, laser digital heat transfer, custom sewing, and alterations. We create handcrafted products that are perfect as gifts for your family or souvenirs for your business clients.

Voyager VR | Virtual Reality Gaming Arcade

Our VR space uses Room Scale VR technology that allows the user to interact in vibrant full dimension 3D virtual worlds. Our headsets and controllers are HTC Vive Standard and HTC Vive PRO that provide stunning visual quality and full body movement. Try something new and fun for your next event or get together!

Grove Street Family Dentistry

We believe that our community is our family. Our mission is to provide the highest quality dental care in a comfortable, relaxed and friendly environment. We are committed to making our practice convenient and accessible to all.

Alicia Reyes Photography

Alicia Reyes Photography offers photography mostly weddings, engagement and events. We also offer photobooth services, our photobooth is an open air concept photobooth which can be set up easily. As a photographer and business owner I strive to make sure my customers leave happy and enjoy the process as much as I do.

Eyes Rite Optical

We take pride in providing quality comprehensive vision care to meet your specific vision needs. Our Optometrist is available for exam appointments Wednesday through Saturday appointment hours vary depending on the day. We fit all major brands of contact lenses and provide prescription solutions for those with specialized contact lens needs. We offer competitive pricing for top-quality digital lenses. Call today!

Allstate-Frank Mesa Agency Lake Stevens

As a lifelong resident of Snohomish County I have had the pleasure of getting to know a multitude of families throughout the area. My team takes this responsibility very seriously and work hard to put in the work to be experienced in the areas of insurance. With this knowledge we are in the best position possible to provide trusted information with regards to helping protect the family, home and property.

James Bay Distillers

We produce world-class whiskies and gins at our distillery at the south end of Paine Field! We feature 3 award-winning whiskies, and 2 gins which are gold- and silver-medal award winners. Our Summer Gin No. 5 is rated 1 of the top 12 gins in the USA! Come taste our spirits and try a fun cocktail, 12-5pm Tues-Sat!

Luna Massage and Wellness

7631 212th St SW Ste 106 B, Edmonds, WA 98026

We are a massage and wellness clinic dedicated to helping people with chronic pain relief and injury recovery. We know that you cannot feel your best if you are feeling strained, sprained, exhausted, injured or suffering from severe or annoying chronic pain. We offer massage and other healing modalities to help you live your best life

Dee’s Music Room

Dee's Music Room offers online private piano, voice, guitar, violin, music theory and preschool music classes for all ages! As a nationally recognized school by Musikgarten (, we offer all levels of training from babies classes through Level 6 of Piano Class, and participate in Royal Conservatory and National Guild Auditions, teaching private students all the way through Advanced/College Prep. Our teachers are performers and professional musicians who value the music goals of each student. We offer 3+ recitals per year and other performing opportunities through Edmonds Music Teachers Association.

Edmonds Bookshop

Located in thriving downtown Edmonds WA, we have books for readers of all ages and interests. We also offer a fun selection of gift items and a large, unique selection of cards. We are always happy to recommend books based on your reading preferences.

Bar Dojo


Shooby Doo Catering

A premier full service catering company. Our extensive culinary staff led by Culinary Director Alex Marek pulls from a team of multi cultural chefs who’s experiences in cuisine are unrivaled. Enjoy quality and friendly service at your next event by choosing Shooby Doo!


Sushi master Ryuichi Nakano casts a wide net at SanKai, drawing longtime fans and welcoming newcomers to his intimate new sushi restaurant in the heart of downtown Edmonds.

Craft Bazaar

At Craft Bazaar our goal is to provide you unique, classy, stylish and good quality handcrafted handbags at affordable prices. Embroidery work, beadwork, motif work, Stonework we have one for everyone!

House of Wax

The House Of Wax in Mukilteo is a group of detailing enthusiasts whom have worked together and mastered the craft of auto detailing over the last 20 years.

Barbara’s Floral

Quality full-service florist. Locally owned and operated since 1986. We serve our local customer area with daily deliveries to Mukilteo, Lynnwood, Edmonds, Everett, Mill Creek, Bothell, Mountlake Terrace, and Silver Lake.

Blu’s Burgers

We strive to bring fresh quality ingredients to our menu everyday, with house made sauces to hand cut fries. Our beef is all natural grass-fed from Oregon's Premier Painted Hills Ranch.

El Sabor A Mexico

Local Mexican cuisine with great service

Paint Bungalow & Boutique

The Paint Bungalow & Boutique is located in Downtown Arlington. We carry the popular Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® along with home decor, clothing, jewelry and gifts.

Board & Brush Creative Studios- Snohomish

Board & Brush Snohomish is a DIY Home Decor Studio. We are your place to build on-trend, farmhouse-classic, inspirational pieces of décor for your home or office. Our studio offers a vintage, timeless look with accents of black and weathered wood to help cultivate your inner DIY design skills. Each hands-on wood sign workshop teaches you the techniques needed to create a custom piece that looks professionally made. Our classes make for an excellent date night, girl’s night, or just night to yourself! During this time we are offering virtual private classes, B|b @ Home Kits, gift certificates for future use, and pre-made projects.

Ombu Salon + Spa

Renew yourself with our natural approach to beauty. Indulge yourself knowing our services and products are good for your body and the environment. Our organic services feature products made with certified organic ingredients that contain no ammonia, parabens, formaldehyde, plastics, SLS, or thioglycolates.

Sport Clips – Lynnwood

18700 33rd Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98037, United States


The Sport Clips experience includes sports on TV, legendary steamed towel treatment, and a great haircut from our guy-smart hair stylists who specialize in men's and boys' hair care. You'll walk out feeling like an MVP. At Sport Clips, we've turned something you have to do, into something you want to do.

Sport Clips – Mukilteo

12926 Mukilteo Speedway, Lynnwood, WA 98087, United States


The Sport Clips Experience: Sports on TV, a relaxing neck & shoulder massage, legendary steamed towel treatment, and a great haircut from Guy-Smart stylist

Sport Clips Haircuts of Edmonds

21940 Hwy 99, Edmonds, WA 98026, United States


The Sport Clips experience includes sports on TV, legendary steamed towel treatment, and a great haircut from our guy-smart hair stylists who specialize in men's and boys' hair care. You'll walk out feeling like an MVP. At Sport Clips, we've turned something you have to do, into something you want to do.

National Achiever

Serving the Snohomish County community for 30+ years, we specialize in all recognition and appreciation products and apparel, including but not limited to letter and varsity jackets, caps and gowns and all graduation products and supplies, custom apparel and gifts, and promotional and branded products. And we're the only woman- and minority-owned business in this industry in the entire state!

Axis Pharmacy Northwest

24555 Van Ry Blvd, # A-2, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Community pharmacy offering compounding for people, veterinary compounding, long-term care and retail pharmacy. Your specialty pharmacy, specifically prepared to meet your needs.

Lamb & Co

We’re Lyndsay and Leslie, twin sisters who love doing business in Snohomish! Lamb & Co. is a combination of all of our passions—home décor, family, expressive lifestyle elements, and real estate. We’re so excited to share our favorite home goods items with our Snohomish community through the Lamb & Co. store. You’ll find items featured on HGTV’s Unsellable Houses as well as brand new treasures. Stop in and discover something exciting! Thank you for being part of our journey, Snohomish! Together, we got this!

ESC Mattress Center

We are a local mattress store that helps Snohomish County sleep better. We carry all 5 national brands and a few other options that no one else in the county offer. Our goal is to help Snohomish County sleep better through asking questions and guiding them to solutions that fit their individual needs. We have been voted best mattress store in Snohomish County 3 years in a row.

Tim Ressa Golf Instructor

A unique blend of On-Course Assessment, Coaching and Purposeful Practice. Utilizing the best technology in the game to measure, assess and train leading to lower scores and more fun!

Decide Massage & Wellness

Decide Massage & Wellness is a professional massage and skincare business looking for ways to help you relax during a year where selfcare has become more necessary than ever. Offering therapeutic, deep tissue, Swedish, hot stone, sugar scrubs, prenatal and other massage options. Our therapists and skincare professionals will find a way to help you forget about your troubles, make you feel younger, in a safe, sanitary and peaceful environment. (We have gift certificates too!) Whether you are looking to treat yourself, or someone you care about, look no further than Decide Massage & Wellness in Everett.

West Coast Auto Glass

21619 Hwy 99, Lynnwood, WA 98036


West coast auto glass is a auto glass company, we provide replacement of glass on vehicles as well as rock chip repairs.

Tulalip Beef Jerky Experience Store

We are a five year old locally owned business associated with the franchise Beef Jerky Experience. We have over 100 varieties of Smoked, Traditional and Biltong beef, turkey, salmon and wild game jerky. We have an extensive array of hot sauces, gourmet snacks, jams and jellies, pickled goods chocolates and sausage sticks. At Beef Jerky Experience store you will discover unique company and personal gifting options including whimsical and delicious stocking stuffers.

Camp Bow Wow

Spending long hours at the office? Taking a weekend trip out of town? Camp Bow Wow® makes it a whole lot easier. We are the premier dog care provider in Monroe that offers both doggy day care and overnight boarding for your four-legged family members. Our facility offers climate-controlled play yards so that your pup can get the exercise and socialization they need. You can even check in on them via our live web cams. So next time you go away, trust Camp Bow Wow to deliver a Dog Gone Good Time® for your pup!

Great Yarns

Locally owned in Everett for 35 years, Great yarns is your go-to for all knitting supplies. Open 10-6 M-F, Sat 10-5

Invante Hair Salon

Our goal is to nuture and encourage an incomparable creative culture that defines who we are as designers. We strive to provide an exceptional salon experience and are dedicated to building lasting relationships through dependability and professionalism.

Red Cork Bistro

The Red Cork Bistro and Catering is a friendly neighborhood bistro offering a great selection of Wine, Spirits and Beer paired with fresh, high-quality cuisine prepared daily by Chef Adrian Ramirez.

Mathnasium Mukilteo

Mathnasium of Mukilteo is the Math-only Learning Center serving students from Gr.2 to Gr.12 in the Mukilteo and South Everett Communities for both remedial and enrichment needs. We help students catch up, keep up, and get ahead by meeting students at where they need us to meet them to help them build a strong mathematical foundation. We offer both in-person and online tutoring using our proprietary Mathnasium teaching methods and individualized curriculum. Most importantly, We Make Math Makes Sense! Give your beloved child the gift of education that builds their life-long mathematical skills!


Stemtree’s focus on science, technology, and engineering aligns with today’s nationwide emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). We nurture your child’s inner scientist through fun, hands on learning built upon a core scientific curriculum that will give the edge he or she needs to succeed in science and engineering

Nic’s Barbershop

4704 Pointes Dr, Mukilteo, WA 98275


For a close-cut shave and a sleek haircut, head on over to Mukilteo's Nic's Barbershop.

John’s Grill

Mukilteo's Best Steaks & Seafood.

Taco-Book Taqueria

1130 Broadway C, Everett, WA 98201


"Stopped by to get 24 tacos for a Taco Mile. Taco Book was recommended by many on Facebook. Accommodated the order perfectly, they were still warm for our event, the sauce was amazing, and everyone loved them! Thanks for providing delicious tacos! Will definitely be back."

Zoey’s Fried Chicken Sandwiches

510 W Casino Rd Suite G, Everett, WA 98204 Everett, WA 98204


Serving the best Chicken sandwiches and Wings in Everett

Countryside Donuts

Real handmade donuts with fluffy centers, crispy textures, light sugars, and love! Come by and try one of our many raised and cake donuts or take a bite into one of our crispy apple fritters. We also have the perfect pairing of coffee and espresso for your donuts By recent demand, we've also added maple bars that have bacon bits sprinkled on top. Give one a try and let us know if there is a crazy donut you'd like to try! Keep an eye out for our rare donut pizza and snap a picture of this monstrous creation if you spot it!

Grain Artisan Bakery

Grain artisan cakes and pastries hand crafted entirely with sustainable local organic ingredients Offering traditional cakes and pastries, as well as gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and paleo options.

Mel & Mia’s

Mel & Mia's was established in 2017. Named for our daughters Melanie and Amelia we wanted to build a place that we would want to bring our children to for a treat, dessert should be the most special meal of the day. Bill Pennington has been in the restaurant business for over 30 years. Graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York and adding much "flavor" to his resume with places such as The 21 Club and the Top of the Sixes in New York, NY, To the Ritz Carlton and River Oaks Country Club in Houston, TX. And as local as The Space Needle and Daniels Broiler Bellevue. Rebecca also has extensive restaurant experience working multiple front of the house positions for 20 years. She also has always had a passion for creating cakes, party planning and interior design. With our 4 children we enjoy all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Hiking and camping, or just sitting around a campfire is what brings us together.

Waterfront Coffee Company

Waterfront Coffee Company specializes in Italian style coffee drinks, artisanal bakery treats, and gourmet ice cream. We proudly serve Mukilteo Coffee Roasters- all sourced by the best companies local to the beautiful PNW

CJ’s Barbershop

17820 Highway 99, Ste B Lynnwood, WA 98037


We are proud to offer a GREAT Family Friendly environment. In and out service walk-ins only. Fades,tapers,afros,beard trims. Specialty work also designs, mo-hawks, straight razor shaves.

Red Cup Cafe

Placed on the next to Mukilteo Speedway on the way down to the Ferry at Mukilteo. Amazing views overlooking the Mukilteo terminal, lighthouse and park and the amazing Puget Sound that is impossible to not enjoy when visiting the Red Cup Cafe. Impossible to not get recharged after visiting this lite gem.

Elite Training Academy

At ETA, we take great pride in the culture we are building and our commitment to treating the members of our ETA family with dignity and respect. In a world that seeks to divide us, we strive for unification.

Impact Physical Therapy

The mission of Impact Physical Therapy is to provide one on one patient care by Licensed Physical Therapists only. Every patient is assigned to a Physical Therapist for the duration of his/her care. We believe that consistency in care and treatment is not only important for the patient but for the therapist as well. The clinic is set up with several individualized treatment rooms to assure patient confidentiality and privacy.

J’Monique Creations The Salon

J'Monique Creations is a full service salon awaiting to serve you! We provide services in a private setting and customize every experience to the client's unique personal needs. Avoid long wait times and eliminate all day salon appointments. We are here to keep you up on the latest trends as well as help you create some of your own. J'Monique Creations specializes in: extensions (fusion, micro bead, sew-in, bonding, just to name a few), cuts, color, relaxers, silk presses, updos, and special event creations.

Parks Psychotherapy

I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Child Mental Health Specialist in private practice. I also work as a Mental Health Evaluator in the ER at Seattle Children's Hospital and co-facilite Suicide Assessment and Treatment trainings for the nursing staff. I also do presentations on topics including: Suicidal Ideation, Self-Care, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Mental Health & Social Media and Secondary Trauma. I am a solution-focused clinician with a direct, casual, yet interactive approach. I help my clients learn positive ways to manage negative thought patterns, unwanted behavioral responses, process experiences that create fear, shame and sadness. I help my clients love and accept themselves again OR, for the very first time. ​

AshleyKay Photography

When I capture a family, I think about the present but also think about the future. The children in this photo will most likely outlive their parents and will want to have photos to keep their parents' memories alive. For me, pictures have been a vital part of my healing process. Being able to look back on pictures, I am still able to feel the emotions from whenever it was originally taken. My main goal is I want my clients to experience what it means to have long-lasting memories that can last for generations to come as well.

Emily’s Garage

Emily's Garage is a full-service automotive shop, welcoming anyone seeking car repairs. We are constantly growing to improve our services to our clients. Our goal is to cultivate a relationship with you to ensure that we are meeting all your vehicle's needs. We employ the most knowledgeable technicians who want to help and give you an honest answer.

Mighty Coders

We are the go-to kids coding academy empowering children ages 7-14 to gain important life skills through computer programming and game development. Our mission is to help your kids develop a growth mindset that they will continue enjoying for the rest of their lives!

Andersen Accounting Solutions LLC

Invest your time and efforts on running your business Let me help you find business efficiencies and focus on your bookkeeping DIY Bookkeeping Course: SnoCo Campaign Pricing: Promo Code: SUPPORTSNOCO

Invara Pharmacy & Clinic

Invara serves the community by creating a connection and bond between its members and health care while maintaining our core values. Mention this holiday guide and receive 25% off any of our toys we have a large selection of Melissa & Doug Toys and tons of stocking stuffers.

Galaxy Chocolates

Galaxy Chocolates features gourmet chocolates, desserts, candies and other gift items. Delicious and unique!

The Woodshed Espresso

913 Croft Ave, Gold Bar, WA 98251


We are a small family owned and run business in Gold Bar. We have espresso and ice cream year round as well as amazing toasted bagels. Come by and visit us on your way to your next adventure.

Inspired Ink Tattoo & Gallery

31303 Old US Hwy 2, Sultan, WA


Inspired Ink Tattoo & Gallery offers some of the finest custom tattoo work in the Sky Valley. Only 10 minutes from Monroe, between Sahara Pizza and the Sultan Bakery. Jen Willson has been tattooing over 18 years, doing custom tattoo work. Jen specializes in black & grey realism, portraits, fine linework, and coverups. Kyrah Willson trained in San Fransisco and has been offering body piercing for over a year. This mother/daughter team looks forward to helping your vision come to life. By appointment only.

Artisans Mercantile

Artisans Mercantile brings local handmade goods to you every day. Though we feature artists, artisans, authors and small batch makers from around the NW, most are from right here in Snohomish county. Serving Snohomish and the surrounding area for over 5 years. Recipient of King 5 Evenings "Best of Western Washington" award for Best Place to Buy a PNW Gift. Shop our online store.

Shalom Luxury Leather

Shalom Luxury Leather – Is a footwear and leather goods brand that imports its leather from Colombia, in every single one of our pieces we deliver quality, innovation and elegance to unique women who are willing to wear an attire that highlights their style and beauty.

Sunrise Dental Everett

At Sunrise Dental, we want our patients to feel their needs are being met and have the utmost confidence in our dental knowledge and abilities. We are highly skilled, motivated, and always keep our patients' best interest in mind. We deliver excellence in everything we do.

Bantaba African Cuisine

19417 36th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036


Counter-serve, neighborhood eatery preparing traditional West African staples to eat in or take out.


Small, relaxed restaurant offering a range of Filipino & Hawaiian plates in low-key surrounds.

Casa Oaxaca

Mexican restaurant for any party!

Chili Basil Thai Grill

18505 Alderwood Mall Pkwy UNIT F, Lynnwood, WA 98037

Family-owned outpost serving chile-basil stir-fries & other Thai fare in a simple, casual setting.

Double DD Meats

West Plaza, 5602 232nd St SW #104, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Old-school butcher offering natural meats, game & deli staples, plus a wide range of sauces & rubs.

El Sabor De Chihuahua

7405 Hardeson Rd #B, Everett, WA 98203


El Sabor de Chihuahua is located in Everett, Washington. We simply make the best and most authentic Chihuahuan food. Chow down on a hearty flour gordita stuffed to the brim with meat, cheese, and other fillings. Enjoy beans, onions, salsa, cilantro, lettuce, and more in your gordita. Our delicious food is overflowing with authentic Mexican taste.Experience the most authentic Mexican food this side of the border, by stopping by El Sabor de Chihuahua, right here in Everett, Washington. Enjoy our atmosphere or order for delivery and let us come to you.

Gip’s Down Home BBQ

We are a family owned and operated seasonal BBQ business. We attend events such as car shows, art and garden festivals, beer festivals, air shows and music festivals. We are a open style cooking venue. We begin our 2017 season in May and wrap it up in September. We also cater weddings and private parties. Call for details.

Grilla Bites

Organic, market-driven cafe serving soups, salads, sandwiches & hot plates with vegan choices.

Jake’s Street Food

Jake creates delicious fare for a reasonable price with all the extra flare we love. In each bite, you can enjoy the robust taste of farm-to-table American fare without the frills.

Lew’s BBQ

"Really good BBQ! We drove by and saw the pits were going and smelled wonderful. We decided on a sampler platter of meats and sides added a hot link for posterity and some sweet tea too. There wasn't an item we didn't enjoy. The cornbread was moist, the Mac n Cheese is smoked and full of flavor. Of course the brisket, ribs and pulled pork were all tender, juicy and packed full of flavor. That sweet tea my goodness, we will definitely be back."

Ono Poke

Our menu changes daily as we source all of our ingredients daily – so check out our current menu on our Facebook Page. Our Poke and Poke Bowls are Hawaiian-Style. meaning that it's all about the poke. If you're looking for all the sides, that's not our style.

Clear Creek Candle

Clear Creek Candle is located in Darrington, Washington, just at the foothills of the North Cascade Mountain Range, two miles from the wild and scenic Sauk River. Each of our candles are hand poured, with positive energy. We offer palm wax , paraffin and bees wax, soyblend jar candles, bath bombs and car fresheners, and an entire line of our organic body products.

Burger Barn

Small, local burger joint serving fresh burgers and shakes.

Epulo Bistro

Offering delicious, seasonal food, in a comfortable environment. We want to make the time spent around the table memorable and completely enjoyable. At Epulo Bistro we welcome you to claim us as your perfect, neighborhood bistro that you can call your own.

Salt & Iron

Located in the heart of Downtown Edmonds, Salt & Iron brings the comfort of American Northwest cuisine.The brainchild of partners Andrew Leckie and Shubert Ho, their mission is to provide a comfortable dining experience that includes local oysters, steaks and great American cuisine.

The Picnic Pantry

The Picnic Pantry and Parlour is a locally operated kitchen and gift shop in the heart of old downtown East Stanwood. We have those hard to find kitchen items in our kitchen shop or that special one of a kind gift in our gift shop. Order a custom gift basket or a case of wine to take home during quarantine today!

Las Espuelas

Las Espuelas Family Mexican Restaurant opened with more than 25 years' of experience in the food industry. Our name, Las Espuelas, means "the spurs," which is inspired by our love of horses and the west. The experienced chefs at our restaurant are natives from Mexico. Which allows them to blend authentic recipes with a unique and creative flair that your taste buds are sure to love.

Voula’s Good Eats

4306 228th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043


We are more than a traditional "diner". Our reputation in the Seattle area comes with over 45 years of restaurant experience. We value great food of course at fair prices, but also value great service, a family atmosphere and a very clean environment.

Cate Florey Studio

"Cate Florey Studio is located at Florey Farm & Fiber in Arlington. Cate is an award-winning hand stamped jewelry designer (2019) and lover of all things fiber arts. Cate creates custom, one of a kind hand stamped jewelry and offers a variety of fiber arts classes on-site in her studio, along with farm tours where you can meet Cate’s alpacas and “Maui” the kissing llama! Schedule your next event by contacting Cate to reserve your date: Ladies night out, 4H clubs, homeschool groups, Girl Scouts, Birthday, Team Building, & Special Events have all enjoyed creating at Cate Florey Studio. One on one individual classes also available. "

Escape Everett

Highly immersive & memorable escape room experience in downtown Escape Everett puts your group into a different world where you need to solve puzzles together to escape in less than an hour. Reserve your time or buy a gift card.

The Market

Fishmonger & Eatery featuring fresh seafood, prepared bites and local food centric retail.

Garden Gear

Garden Gear & Gallery provides great metal sculptures, amazing glass art pieces, and wonderful cement statuary by local companies & artists. There is also fun and whimsical kinetic garden art available, not to mention our great selection of pruners & Japanese hand tools. These are the tools we use in our garden as well! We also carry many gardening essentials, birding supplies, fabulous selections of wind chimes, bells, gongs, and seasonal plants from local growers. Visit us! Share the joy of nature & gardening with us.

Broadway Coffee Co

8300 Beverly Blvd, Everett, WA 98203


We are a locally owned and operated drive thru coffee stand with AMAZING one of a kind coffee and talented baristas!!

Come Take It Coffee

Come Take It Coffee was formed for one simple reason. To support to the true heroes of our great nation. 10% of all proceeds from our coffee is donated directly to those who need it. when we see or hear about someone in need, we help them. Simple as that.

Fir Mount Soaps & Gifts

These artisan crafted soaps are made using centuries old methods, perfected over time, to offer you soaps that nurture your skin, your senses, and the bathing experience.

Big Dog’s

Big Dog’s serves the Biggest Wiener Around, paired with a themed food truck! They have taken the concept of regular sized hot dogs and turned them into huge hot dogs, that are made using different produce found locally. To ensure a perfect match, the huge hot dogs are paired with the homemade sauce, crumbled bacon, cheese, and some fried onions.

Rock Solid Science

Rock Solid Science offers STEM activities, rocks, minerals, fossils, field trips, and online classes for kids and families. Educational programs are mobile – the experience comes to you!

Nordic Home Solutions

"It can be hard to find a contractor that you can trust. At Nordic Home Solutions, we serve you with everything we’ve got and give you best in industry guarantees to back it up. You can dream big knowing you’ve got trusted experts on your side. Call us to get an estimate on your home renovation project!"

Rosa Briggs Home Lending

Most people struggle to find a mortgage team that they can trust, so we’ve created Rosa Briggs Home Lending to serve your interests as you navigate decisions for home and life. When you work with us, you’re well-equipped with a trusted team to succeed today and plan for tomorrow.

Glipin Realty

"Gilpin Realty has proudly served the greater Snohomish community since 1968. We believe real estate is much more than business. It’s about family and treating every client like a valued member of our Gilpin family. We understand the emotions, concerns, and complexities that come with buying or selling a home, and we’re here to walk through that process with you. Our goal is never to “make the deal.” Our goal is always to help you find the right home, at the right price, so you can sleep well for years to come. We also provide rental management services for property owners in the Snohomish region. Whatever your goal, we’re here to support you through your real estate journey."

JL Remodeling

We believe that home remodel success centers on quality, timeliness and a core commitment to the client. It’s as simple as caring. As a Lynnwood contractor, we invest in relationships and we commit to making a positive impact within people’s lives. Our licensed team works with you to make the remodel process swift and painless. We’ve got your back, and we’re here to make sure your investment lives up to your expectations. Call us to begin your kitchen or bath remodel!

JD Slicks

523 W Stevens Ave, Sultan, WA 98294


"We are a locally and family owned Bar and Grill located in beautiful Sultan WA, serving up mouth watering burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and more daily. With a full bar and 12 beers on tap, we are sure to always have what you're looking for. At JD Slicks, we aren't just a Bar and Grill, we are a family, dedicated to serving the community and making sure your experience at our establishment is one that keeps that keeps you coming back. We appreciate any and all of the support."

Banh Mi Bites

23601 56th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

A mixture of traditional and innovative. We have traditional Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches) served with pickle green papaya and carrots. We also have an open face Banh Mi along with rice dishes, coffee, bubble teas, smoothies.

Skinny D’s Yogurt

We have Wide Variety of Healthier Frozen Yogurt in Lactose Free, No Sugar Added (Low Carbs), Non-Fat, Low-Fat, Tart (Original), Sorbet and Italian Ice! 150 Delicious Flavors

Austere Skincare

Handmade Skincare made with Natural Organic ingredients. Our products are Vegan, and contain herbal infusions. Made in small batches.

Gift and Bake LLC

Gift and Bake is a small business located in Mukilteo, WA. We provide ready to gift, beautifully packaged, perfectly pre-measured cookie recipe ingredients. Just add egg and butter. Recipes are quick and easy to make and produce delicious homemade cookies in half the time and with even less of the mess. Gift and Bake recipes provide a fun, easy and productive way to spend time with children and grandchildren- with delicious results. Our recipes are a delicious, practical gift for family and friends, customers and clientele, employees and corporate gifting.

Wind Candle Therapy

Wind Therapy Candles and wax melts are all made in small batches to ensure the highest quality scents and burn times. Every candle comes in a cleanable and reusable jar or tin. A Para-soy blend wax and Clean scents are used to limit the amount of toxins that are put into the air.

Modoo Restaurant

Modoo offers traditional and fusion Korean Cuisine with a large variety of banchan (korean sides) and house made fresh Kimchi. Currently, only doing take-out.

Pauncy Elephant

Paunchy Elephant is a Marysville-based organic food and beverage company that makes bottled teas, fruit-infused lemonades, and mom’s very own barbecue sauce. Hand-crafted the old-fashioned way, in small batches, using premium ingredients, fair trade certified, and sustainably grown ingredients, these products are not only tasty but doing their part to give back to the community and environment. Family-owned and operated.

You Are What You Eat Fish Company

You Are What You Eat Fish Company is owned and operated by a multigenerational fishing family dating back 100 years. We deliver wild caught, sustainable fish (halibut, sablefish, lingcod, etc.) to your door in Snohomish County. We also sell at local Farmer’s Markets. Our freezer van is inspected and permitted by the Snohomish Health District.

Evergreen Custom Gifting

Evergreen Custom Gifting specializes in creating luxurious custom gifts for weddings, corporate celebrations, and milestone events! Each set of gifts is thoughtfully designed based on clients budget, recipients, and our knowledge of local products ensuring a gift that adds that wow factor to your event and provides a warm welcome to your guests or clients! Luxury Gifting Sourced Locally.

Everett Pet Nutrition

We are a small family owned business specializing in cat and dog food and supplies. Our job is to help you find the products that fit your pets needs. Just like you, we only want what’s best for your pet. Our goal is to bring in locally made products to help support our community and other small businesses like ourselves. We believe in quality over quantity and stand behind the products we carry.

Ash Way Pet Supply

We offer offer a range of health-minded wet & dry food for dogs & cats, plus grooming services.

Earthwise Pet

Your local neighborhood Pet Nutrition Center & Wellness Spa. We specialize in natural pet foods, raw foods, treats, toys, litter, leashes & collars. you name we have it! Pets welcome always!

Blazing Onion

We combined the best elements of quick service with casual dining and developed a fast-casual restaurant with a full service attitude. Our menu features over 25 unique gourmet burgers and we insist on only the highest-quality ingredients with locally baked buns, fresh produce, and ALL Natural ground chuck.

Scuttlebutt Brewing

Our family-friendly pub is on the Everett waterfront and offers classic Northwest pub fare along with Scuttlebutt ales and lagers. The Pub features 12 beer taps, our house-made root beer and a full bar complimented by Northwest Craft Spirits.

Stocker Farms

Come to Stocker Farms and experience quality, outdoor family fun! Located just outside of Seattle, our scenic farm is the ideal location to escape hectic city life. Visit our U-Pick blueberry and sunflower fields, survive the haunted Stalker Farms, explore our corn maze and pumpkin patch for the perfect photo op, or pick out your Christmas tree. We have something for everyone!

Red Rooster Ranch

Where every tree is unique. We specialize in Nobles and this cool and moist summer has rewarded us with an abundance of gorgeous trees.

Farmer Brown’s Christmas Tree

Choose from our great selection of Noble Firs, Grand Firs, Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs, Norway Spruce or Colorado Blue Spruce, we have 32 acres of trees! We have a great Bonfire, picnic tables and Christmas music, complementary hot chocolate, hot apple cider and hot coffee, as well as wildlife, ponds and a wishing well.

Country Farms Market

Country Farms is a local family owned and operated produce company since 1946. Our goal is to supply you with the freshest produce at unbelievable pricing. But don't take our word for it! Come on in and check it out for yourself- all you have to gain is more money in your pockets, fresher, better tasting produce, and FAST, FRIENDLY, KNOWLEDGEABLE help to assist you!

Walnut Street Cafe

Walnut Street Coffee is a neighborhood shop that loves espresso and the great community. Serving coffee roasted by Espresso Vivace, Fresh Breeze Organic dairy and tasty bites from some great local companies.

Aalbu Brothers

19129 Smokey Point Blvd Arlington, WA 98223

Aalbu Brothers, in Snohomish County since 1912, is a custom metal fabrication shop and general contractor in Smokey Point. Specializing in custom welding and fabrication including custom truck bodies and leaf spring suspension. Aalbu Brothers is also a custom boat builder as well as a frame repair specialist. Whether you need a new u-bolt or a new commercial fishing vessel, Aalbu Brothers can do that for you.

Elpis Works Inc.

Here, at elpis & wood, we’ve made over 1000 pieces of live edge furniture. It’s all we do, and it’s not a side hobby for us. So we’ve learned the proper way to work with live edge wood and keep raising our standards for our work.

Double Barrel Wine Bar & Lounge

A wine bar and restaurant located in the Historic Snohomish Downtown specializing in small production and unusual wines, offering wine tasting flights, glass pours and bottles for onsite as well as to take home. the menu offers selections for lunch, full upscale dinners, Sunday Brunch Happy Hour and food and wine for take-out and outdoor seating. Currently offering take-out special of 2 select entrees and a bottle of wine for $50.00.

Gray Bridge Venue

Gray Bridge Venue, where natural beauty meets exceptional design, is a wedding venue in Sultan, Washington. It provides a gorgeous outdoor setting that showcases the beauty of the northwest with private ponds, a forest backdrop, and mountain views. Transparent pricing, fabulous service, fantastic setting are all a part of the Gray Bridge experience. Come see why Business Insider named Gray Bridge the “Best venue in Washington State” in 2020.

911 Driving School of Marysville

911 Driving School of Marysville offers Drivers Education taught exclusively by Police Officers, FireFighters, and EMS for the finest results possible. Teaching both teens and adults. Classes currently taught via ZOOM, in-car lessons taught in our instruction vehicles at the school. Also offering on-site DOL written and driver license testing services for customers to qualify to get permits and driver licenses.”

Rac’s Woodworks

Handcrafted custom woodworking projects. From king size bed frames, to planter boxes, to pocket size business card holders and anything in between, Rac's Woodwork's can make it.

Reflections School of Dance

Reflections School of Dance is in its 24th year in Mill Creek and has served thousands of students and families in Snohomish County over the years. Ages 2 – Adult, classes include ballet, tap, Jazz, hip hop, musical theatre, contemporary modern, dance fitness, Bollywood style, and more.

Fire & The Feast

Modern Italian cuisine with a Pacific Northwest flair. Featuring homemade pastas and wood fired pizzas. The newest edition to the Feed Me Hospitality family. Located in the heart of Downtown Edmonds.

Glazed and Amazed

Glazed and Amazed is a “paint your own pottery” studio that offers a variety of artistic experiences and handmade gifts in down town Edmonds. We are open 7 days a week and our studio offers pottery, fused glass, clay hand prints, clay hand building projects and canvas painting. We specialize in birthday parties, bridal showers and team building events.


Kelnero offers a cozy, Pacific Northwest-inspired atmosphere, a ridiculous amount of creative craft cocktails and other beverages, and local, seasonal fare. Our menu evolves with the seasons so come by often, there is always something new to try. We are currently offering takeout and have plenty of outdoor seating that is covered and heated, as well as a liquor store and virtual spirit tastings.

NW Security and Sound

NW Security & Sound is a local integration company specializing in security systems for both residential and commercial. They also provide monitoring services and install surveillance systems.

Creo Dentistry

We provide top quality dental care, conveniently in your neighborhood and cater to your schedule. Because your comfort is important to us, we offer many of the modern amenities you’ve come to expect in a dental office. We believe that whatever your dental needs may be, you will be treated with the highest quality dental care service available and with the most compassionate, respectful care you deserve.

Maltby Cafe

Known for it's homemade country flavor, huge portions, and super staff, the Maltby Cafe is consistantly on or near the top of many "Best Of" lists in the Seattle area. Using only the finest ingredients, we will satisfy your hunger for home-style cooking.

Bubba’s Roadhouse

Established in 2002 we have been serving the community and US2 travelers delicious “BIG FOOD” for almost 20 years! Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner! Beer, Wine, Spirits! Family & Biker friendly! Burgers, ruebens, French dips, burger dips, Fish & Chips, BBQ Ribs, Steaks, Prime Rib, country fried steak & eggs, eggs bennie, hot cakes, waffles! Currently we have the largest outdoor service with wood burning & propane fire pits covered by gazebo & tents! Dress for it and come support a business that will support you! Get Some!

Geek Nomz

Geek Nomz is a nerdy themed chocolatier & candy maker specializing in truffles, caramels, lollipops, filled chocolates and more. We try to keep our sweets equitable by working rigorously to provide transparent allergen information, allergen free alternatives when possible, and by keeping our products affordable.

La Quinta Inn & Suites

Locally owned and operated, La Quinta offers easy access to shopping and dining. We are a non-smoking, pet-friendly hotel that is close to Tulalip Resort Casino, Seattle Premium Outlets as well as events like Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Arlington Fly-In, and Paine Field Aviation Day.

Holiday Inn Express- Lynnwood

Locally Owned and Operated Mid-Scale Hotel. Newly Renovated. We are located on 196th St in Lynnwood 0.7 Miles east of Highway 5 off of exit 181. We offer a 24 hour fitness room and a heated indoor pool. We have a large parking lot able to fit most vehicles up to and including Semi’s with free parking.

Awards Service, Inc.

Since 1980, Awards Service, Inc. has been a leading supplier of awards, trophies, custom engraving, gifts and promotional products. We can also engrave a variety of items that have been purchased elsewhere.

The Loft Coffee Bar

We pride ourselves on providing organic, fair trade coffee from Fidalgo Bay Coffee Roasters. We work with local dairy suppliers and bakeries to source the freshest, highest quality offerings. We enjoy serving people by preparing top notch, hand crafted beverages and creating an environment where real relationships are fostered. We offer comfortable seating inside our cafe with free wifi and plenty of outlets and AC on those warm days! Although we offer a wide variety of hot and iced drinks, we also provide savory food options. We offer a variety of breakfast sandwiches and burritos as well as pressed paninis. Our baked goods include cookies, muffins, scones, donuts and more. Click the menu tab above for our panini offerings. Whether you're stopping for your morning coffee, lunch, or an afternoon snack, we've got you covered!

The Repp

From-scratch Northwest fare, a happy hour & frequent live music at a brick-walled restaurant & bar.

The Stilly Diner

The Stilly Diner was opened in 2015 by cousins Matt Deberry and Cheri Graves with the goal of serving up fresh, affordable meals in a friendly environment for the community that they love so much!

The Vault Hair Lounge

The stylists that work for our salon company strive for excellence. They have each dedicated themselves to the process. Each one having gone through our advanced training. Here they spend up to 6 months after being licensed to just focus on our craft…creating beautiful hair, perfecting the experience & learning what it takes to stand apart. This makes them more knowledgeable, adapt & efficient. Our goal is for all of our artists to be able to provide expert level services while paying attention to all the small details that make your guest experience a pleasant one. All are trained to work with your skin tone, bone structure & authentic style so they can recommend what will highlight your best attributes. We provide luxury brands for for your at home hair regime such as Kerastase, Loreal, Redken, Pureology & Surface. If you would like to purchase online click link under Home Hair Care Section.

The Wobbly Ranch

Providing a home for the wobbly ones can be an expensive venture. To help offset some of our cost we offer weekly goat yoga classes. This is an absolutely amazing experience! The goats love showing off their yoga moves and you will love spending time with them. Each session is about 2 hours. The first hour you will be led through a yoga class by one of our certified yoga instructors while the goats wander around (and sometimes ON!) you, perfecting your technique. The second hour you are welcome to stay and spend time with the goats, giving them all the love they deserve. We welcome kids 8 and older in our classes. Summer classes are held outdoors in our serene pasture. Winter classes are held inside our barn. We do not offer refunds on yoga classes. Please note- paid admission is require to participate, even if you are just here to watch.

Timber Monster Brewery

410 Main St., Sultan, WA 98294


Family Friendly Brewery! Craft Beer, Great Timber Monster Coffee, Monstrously Good Food..Family owned and operated,and newly open in Sultan WA.

Top It Yogurt Shoppe

801 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290


Top it brings 8 flavors of premium self-serve froyo with over 40 topping and an event space to the community. The perfect combination is waiting.

Touba Bakery

"This place is amazing! The croissants are so light and fluffy with so many layers! I've been back twice now, shared with friends, and everyone who I've had try it says the same thing: amazing! Papa Seck is a pastry genius and he is so, so sweet! You can tell he really enjoys what he does! The lemon meringue tart was to die for! The lemon was the perfect balance of sweet and tart and the meringue was so light and fluffy. The perfect balance."

Uppercase Bookshop

Independent bookstore offering 2 floors' worth of new, used & vintage titles in a range of genres.

Vivi Salon & Spa

15704 Mill Creek Blvd #11, Mill Creek, WA 98012


Permanent Make up and Microblading eyebrows Foil Highlights, Balayage, Ombré Color, and Haircut, Permanent Straight and Brazilian Blowout Eyelashes Extension, Eyelashes Perm and Lift Facial and Waxing Updo and Make up Digital Perm and Cold Perm

Willis Tucker Off-Leash Dog Area

Willis Tucker Community Park is a gently-sloped, forested 84-acre site immediately adjacent to the residential communities of Silver Firs and Snohomish Cascade, three miles east of Mill Creek.

Wisp Lash Studio

An independent esthetics studio specializing in eyelash extensions, custom facials, brow shaping & brow lamination.

Zuri’s Donutz

7600 196th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036


DryClean U.S.

22833 Bothell-Everett Hwy #114 Bothell, WA 98021


“Over three decades, Dryclean U.S. has been proudly serving full service dry-cleaning services at Bothell Canyon Park area. On 2001, we changed our dry cleaning machine to the latest generation of Environmental friendly Hydro-Carbon Machine to protect our environment and provide safer dry-cleaning experiences to the customers.

DoodleBug Sportz Outdoor Paintball Park

DBS is your top stop for all things Paintball. An Outdoor Paintball Park in Snohomish and a Paintball Proshop in Everett.

3D Wood Maps

Laser carved 3d Wood Maps and 3d Wood Stadiums. Purchase on our website and choose local curbside pickup or free shipping.

Splash Nail Bar

4311 212th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043


Provide all nail services : Manicure , Pedicure, Artificial Nail , Nail Art , Dipping Powder, Hard Gel Nail Waxing , Facial and Eyelash Extensions.

Chanterelle Bistro

Chanterelle is an American Bistro restaurant located in the heart of Edmonds. Open 7 days a week, we offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, a full array of beverages and desserts as well! A small business owned and run by a father daughter duo who pride themselves on delicious food and putting a smile on every customer's faces!

Dog Works Ranch

Dog Works Ranch LLC provides Dog Boarding, Daycare at your Door and Dog Training services for socialized, non-aggressive dogs. We are devoted to providing the best care for your pet in a safe, supervised, clean and healthy environment. Meeting the needs of your dog’s mind, body and soul is our goal. Dog Works Ranch, LLC is located on a peaceful 5-acre property. All play areas are secure and fully fenced. We are able to accommodate all dog personalities from the sniffer to the obsessed ball chaser. Positive reinforcement training and good manners are encouraged with all of our services.

Darrington Family Dental

920 Mountain Loop Hwy Darrington, WA 98241


We are your hometown family friendly dental professionals. We take pride in providing high quality general and family dentistry in a trusting, relationship driven environment. We are dedicated to improving oral health in our community and doing so in a caring way, while improving lives.

Perfectly Knotty

Born out of a need to create and a desire to nurture wellness in others, Suzi and Jeff Quillen opened Perfectly Knotty at the beginning of 2014 in their hometown of Granite Falls, WA the whimsical, cozy and nurturing yarn shop relocated to Historic Downtown Arlington WA at the beginning of 2016

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Red Twig Café

Casual cafe/retail counter serving breakfast & lunch in a serene indoor space or plant-filled patio.

Restoration Mental Health Services

Small practice of mental health professionals

Rice Up Thai Cuisine

Welcome to Rice Up Thai Cuisine. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to your home to great tasting Thai dishes. We serve only the freshest and finest ingredients. Here at Rice Up Thai Cuisine, you will experience the liveliness and excitement of our exhibition kitchen. Our extraordinary fast and friendly wait staff wishes to make your visit to us an unforgettable event. You could view our menu and online order ahead - no hassle.

Rustic Redemption

Welcome to our mother-daughter owned shop! Here you will find vintage & new home goods, gift items, handmade, diy and salvage items, inspiration & more! Wise Owl Paint products. Creative workshops. Gift certificates. Military/first responder discount.

Sage and Cinder

Vegan, locally sourced meals. Offering delivery

Simply Sweet Cupcakes

Housemade cupcakes in 3 sizes & many flavors, like Maple Bacon & Pink Champagne, plus event cakes

Sky River Bakery

"By far, the best traditional bakery north of Seattle. Best Pecan sticky bun and baked maple bar I’ve ever had, no exaggeration. A true gem for those who love baked goods."

Skydive Snohomish

Skydive Snohomish is consistently rated as one of the best places in the world to go skydiving.

Snohomish Balloon Rides

Colorful hot air balloon rides in Snohomish, WA

Snohomish Pie Co

Snohomish Pie Company started making pies in 1996 in the quaint historic town of Snohomish, WA. Over the past 20+ years, we have accomplished the art of making delicious pie. Thanks to our fantastic community and our loyal customers, we expanded our pie peddling to a second location in Mountlake Terrace, WA in March of 2015. Over the years, we've brought many people joy through our pie and baked goods. We believe the success of a great pie shop relies not only on the pie but also on the people. We strive to celebrate people through outstanding service and, of course, our mouthwatering pie.

Snohomish Valley Golf Center

Homestyle, from scratch cooking, ​with fresh ingredients.

Snoqualmie Ice Cream

Eco-friendly company serving creative ice cream flavors from Yakima peach to Tennessee whiskey.

Sol Food

A Mediterranean-influenced menu of tapas, sandwiches & seasonal entrees in a hip brick-walled space.

Spar Tree Bar And Grill

106 W Stanley St, Granite Falls, WA 98252


We are a fun small town bar with a friendly and outgoing staff!! Come check us out for a cold beverage or some delicious food!!

Tangle’s & Locs Salon

Let us help bring your inner beauty out for the world to see! At Tangles & Locs we are a full service salon. We pride ourselves in being the best ethnic hair care stylists and skin care aestheticians available in the Everett, Mukilteo, Bothell, Mill Creek and Snohomish County area. Although our focus is ethnic and natural haircare, we specialize in all hair types and textures. We like to bring out what beautiful means to you no matter if you are naturally curly or bone straight. Allow us to treat you with our natural hair care services and treatments, facials, eyebrow microblading, eyelash extensions and hair extensions.

The Barre

The Barre fitness studio and lounge is a boutique fitness studio created to promote and encourage a healthy lifestyle… both physical and mental.

The Cakewalk Shop

We take pride in baking from scratch, using the best ingredients. Our desserts are beautiful, but they’re also meant to be eaten and enjoyed. Shouldn’t your cake taste delicious as well?

The Dining Dog

The Dining Dog is a full service restaurant for your doggie so he or she may be pampered in style and enjoy the royal treatment.

LJ’s Bistro & Bar

LJ’s Bistro and Bar has remained a neighborhood favorite for 8 years by offering an elevated dining experience with great food and exciting cocktails. We strive to be the place you celebrate your special occasions as well as the place you choose to simply celebrate the day. At the heart, we are a family owned and operated restaurant, bringing a lifetime of industry experience and a passion for hospitality to the table.

London Lounge

Skin care-focused beauty boutique

Looking Glass Coffee

With the goal of being a hub for the community, Looking Glass Coffee was born in June of 2017 on First Street in historic Downtown Snohomish. With a Victorian aesthetic along with modern conveniences, there's something here for everyone. Let our friendly and skilled baristas spoil you with an individually crafted espresso or chai drink, hot chocolate, tea, or Italian soda. Choose from a selection of hot sandwiches, bagels, pastries, and mini-donuts made hot and fresh right in front of you - or grab a healthy and satisfying snack from the cooler. Now serving local craft beer, wine and hard cider. ​ Our shop offers free high-speed wi-fi, a selection of board games to play during your visit, a kid's area with toys and puzzles, a retail section with select gifts and souvenirs, large gathering tables in the back of the shop and plenty of comfortable couches and arm chairs to relax in. It's the perfect spot to catch up with a friend, meet with clients or coworkers, browse the internet on your laptop, or grab a treat with the kids.

Los Aventureros

Check out our kid-friendly Mexican eatery, where we serve-up a delicious menu which includes small plates and comfort food. We also offer takeout. We look forward to welcoming you!

Lucca Bella Day Spa

Lucca Bella Day Spa offers the highest quality treatments and waxing services possible from any day spa in Snohomish, WA. We offer a variety of different day spa services, such a body waxing facial waxing and facial Treatments. Day spa facial treatments can include eyebrow sculpting, waxing, and much more. We also provide anti-aging facials, acne facial treatments, hydra facial treatments, and chemical peels, with a holistic and clinical approach. We even provide the ancient ayervedic treatment Shirodhara which is a treatment meant to help relax and rejuvenate the mind and help relieve stress. I have advanced training in aesthetics for oncology clients and also do microblading for the brows.

LUMI Dessert Cafe

LUMI Dessert Cafe started with the simple vision of building a space to share beautiful and delicious desserts. We want our visitors to come and experience unique flavors from around the world, in a setting that is not only welcoming but one you would want to revisit time and time again. We take pride in using quality ingredients for all our foods and drinks. From our elegant Korean Bingsu that uses the freshest, melt-in-your-mouth snow ice, to our warm and sweet Golden Toast filled with scrumptions honey and decadent toppings. All of which can be enjoyed with our expertly crafted coffee and specialty drinks. No matter the occasion, we will handcraft your order with care and strive to make your visit something special.

Lundeen Park

Lake Stevens offers a variety of wonderful parks and facilities to enjoy, with more being planned. There are nearly 195 acres of parks, trails, and open space within or adjacent to the city available to Lake Stevens residents and visitors.

Maize & Barley

Maize & Barley is a hip little downtown Edmonds restaurant serving craft beer from a tap lining their back counter.

Marion’s Barbershop & Shave Parlour

We are an affordable barbershop for all of our clients who want a great look – and a great experience in the chair. From the moment you walk through the door, My goal is to make you feel welcome and appreciated. Let the upbeat music and laid-back atmosphere wash away your cares and restore your energy. Every service we offer caters to the unique requirements of the customer. There is no standard approach. Your experience is as individual as you are, whether you’re here for a completely new look, a quick touch-up, or your child’s first haircut. You can rest assured you’ll get top-notch results, whatever your needs.

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Moose Creek Barbeque

Generous portions of slow smoked BBQ, plus sandwiches & sides offered at this rustic, casual eatery.

Mr Cuts

Proudly serving the Everett area since 2005. Specializing in all hair types. Down-to-earth barber in a laid-back, casual setting where guys can relax, have lively conversation, and leave looking sharp and feeling great.

Mr. Kleen Stations

Market, café, car wash, gasoline

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Narbeck Wetland Sanctuary

Wildlife refuge with a boardwalk & perimeter trail, plus restroom facilities & a parking lot.

Narrative Coffee

Craft coffee drinks & cafe fare in historic digs with brick, beams & skylights plus outdoor seats.

Olympus Spa

This spa is a family owned business dedicated from a husband to his wife as a gift of honoring women. Olympus Spa believes that one’s true beauty can only be achieved when one feels healthy. In other words, our spa’s focus on restoring and rejuvenating one’s health comes first before achieving anything else.

Oshima Sushi

11108 Evergreen Way, Everett, WA 98204


Informal sushi spot serving familiar rolls & Japanese entrees in homey digs with bamboo accents.

Pace Kitchen

Working exclusively with Randolph Cellars to create plates that accompany great wine. Our menu is seasonal and changes frequently, so be sure to always check back. Cheers!


Cheerful pet shop focusing on natural foods, nutritional supplements & supplies for dogs & cats.

Flat Iron Gallery

405 Main St, Sultan, WA 98294


Gift shop, furniture shop, souvenir shop

Gandy’s Barber Shop

Quality haircuts set for today trends such as: bald fades, shadow fades, tapers, blow-outs, fore hawks, mo- hawks, straight razor shaves both head and face.

Glacier Peak

Glacier Peak or Dakobed is the most isolated of the five major stratovolcanoes of the Cascade Volcanic Arc in the U.S state of Washington.

Goat Lake

A nice hike with plenty of variety. Beautiful forest, a rushing creek, waterfalls of all shapes and sizes, history, and of course a large blue-green lake surrounded by snowy peaks. At 10.4 miles, it can be either a day-hike or a quick early season overnight. You won’t be alone, though – this is a popular trail with both hikers and backpackers.

Grandma’s In Da Kitchen

From Fried Chicken and Cornbread to Our Delicious Shrimp Po Boy. You'll Love Our Cooking, the Way Grandma Would Have Made It.

Grapevine Hair Salon

Grapevine Hair Salon is located in the Pinehurst area of Everett, WA Just minutes from Everett Mall. Private parking in rear of building and street parking.

Heaven Sent Fried Chicken

Casual regional chain serving comfort fare including potatoes & gravy along with fried chicken.

High Trek Adventures

Our company opened our first ropes course in Everett Washington in May 2017. The High Trek Ropes Course provides people of all ages and skill levels a whole new way to venture outdoors and try things you may not have done before and achieve your goals. Our goal is to provide a safe wholesome environment for the whole family to experience one of our facilities and have fun challenging themselves in the art of combat on one of our Laser Tag fields or the sensation of flying on one of our ziplines.

Ixtapa Restaurant – Snohomish

Authentic Mexican food. 6 locations in Snohomish County. All family owned.

Ixtapa Restaurant – Sultan

507 W Stevens Ave, Sultan, WA 98294


Ixtapa in Sultan – "The food is fantastic and the service is friendly and quick. Our drinks were monitered and always refilled and dishes cleared in a quick yet unobtrusive manner. The portions are hefty and the mild salsa is to die for, not your watered down enchilada sauce that some of the other Ixtapas have but real chunky flavorfull salsa. The place has a warm atmosphere that encourages people to come back."

J. Matheson Gifts, Kitchen & Gourmet

Start with a hand-picked selection of unique objects for your home, the finest kitchen tools and treasures, and delightful gifts for everyone and every occasion. Add a staff who anticipates your every need, and a serene environment that makes shopping feel like a vacation. That's J. Matheson Gifts, Kitchen & Gourmet. Since 1991, we have helped you find that special gift, or add just the right touch to any room in your home. Create beautiful event invitations, spice up your kitchen with our large selection of accessories, or find the perfect gift for a hard to please friend - it's all at J. Matheson Gifts, Kitchen & Gourmet.

Jenny Cookies Bake Shop

We are energetic, hardworking team players who appreciate the opportunity to work and learn at Jenny Cookies Bake Shop. We are committed to the vision, mission, culture and success of Jenny Cookies Bake Shop, it’s current and future team and its customers at all times.

Josh’s Taps and Caps

After 8+ years of working in the insurance industry, Josh decided it was time for a change. Josh's Taps and Caps is the product of Josh's passion for beer and Mara's love for business. With new brands and flavor combinations rotating through the taps & fridges every day we will always have something new for you to try. We look forward to serving and getting to know each and everyone of you!

Kasia Winery Snohomish Tasting Room

Kasia Winery is the fulfillment of my dream to craft wines that paint the portrait of a vineyard. As an artist, each of my paintings are unique in that they capture one scene at a defining moment. In a similar way with winemaking, I seek to capture the memorable yield of each harvest season in a bottle. Created with grapes grown in the Red Mountain AVA, my wines embody the pioneering spirit of the terroir in which they are grown and like my artwork, that are meticulously crafted and deeply personal.

La Palmera Family Mexican Restaurant

La Palmera Family Mexican Restaurant was founded in 1991 and has proudly expanded to three locations: Everett, Mill Creek, and South Lake Union. We are a family owned and operated establishment that specializes in authentic Mexican cuisine, serving food with the freshest ingredients and drinks with the highest quality tequila.

La Terraza

9501 State Ave, Marysville, WA 98270


Proudly serving authentic Mexican food since December 2012. Come and give it a try!

Lake Serene

Lake Serene is an alpine lake located in Snohomish County, Washington near Mount Index and above Bridal Veil Falls. The lake is a popular area for hiking and fishing.

Lake Twenty-Two

Lake Twentytwo's Trail is a beautiful hike to an alpine lake through old growth forests ending with stunning mountain views of Mount Pilchuck.

Las Margaritas

"The service was very attentive and the food was cooked to perfection! Love those Cadillac Margarita's. We always stop there whenever we're in the area. Outside eating weather permitting."

Lighthouse Park

Tranquil beach known for its expansive views of the sound & neighboring islands.


BRAVATA is devoted to providing the highest quality professional products and beauty services available. We are dedicated to building lasting relationships through professional attitude, dependability, and exceptional customer service. We are committed to caring for people, the planet, and making the world a more beautiful place, it is a driving force in everything we do. BRAVATA is locally owned and curated by Paloma. Focusing on continued Education, She makes sure our Designers are continually growing and perfecting their craft.

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls is a 1,328-foot waterfall that flows from Lake Serene directly to the South Fork Skykomish River on the creek of the same name in the U.S. state of Washington. It is a perennial 150-foot wide drop with four tiers, two of which are clearly visible.

Brier Pizza Kitchen

Casual, low-lit Italian spot executing baked pasta, pizza & grinders plus American & Greek options.

Carolina Smoke BBQ

Carolina Smoke is owned and operated by David Hayward, who originated from Charleston, South Carolina. He moved to the Northwest in 1971 bringing his home-style southern cooking with him. He has been sharing his delicious BBQs with family and friends in Western Washington for 20 years and after rave reviews he decided to start his own business.

Centennial Trail

The Centennial Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors.

Chef Dane Catering

Chef Dane Catering is ready to fill your fridge with delicious, ready to enjoy meals for you and your loved ones. For over 20 years, Chef Dane Catering has practiced the highest level of sanitization. Health and safety are always top priority for our team and we are taking all necessary precautions to protect our staff and guests against COVID-19.

China 1

Authentic and delicious tasting Chinese and Japanese cuisines

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Coffee Driven

19505 44th Ave. W, Lynnwood, WA 98036


Coffee Driven is a family owned, family run business. Our goal is to provide a consistently excellent cup of coffee and top notch customer service.

Cracken Coffee Roasters

520 128th St SW, Everett, WA 98204


We roast our coffee beans in small batches to serve the highest quality cup of coffee to our customers!

Declara’s Beauty and Supply Salon

Decarla's Beauty is a full service beauty supply shop and salon serving the greater Northwest. Decarla's carries a complete line of human and synthetic hair extensions, wigs and other hairwear products in many well known brands with a goal to provide you with up-to-date styles. With hundreds of hairwear products including high quality human hair in quality grades ranging from high grade to virgin cuticle, you'll have no problem finding something that fits your style and budget. Whatever your hairwear needs may be, we're sure you'll find a product that will fit your style and taste.

Despi Delite Bakery

Whether you were looking for a quick doughnut or pastry for breakfast, or a four tiered fondant iced wedding cake, we might have just what you were looking for. We offer cakes of all occasions, doughnuts, croissants, cookies, a variety of Filipino breads, and so much more. Come on by and take a look inside, you'll find some good old fashioned treats, as well as some goodies from across the pacific.

Driftwood Modern

Mid-century art and furnishings

El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant

Our traditional Mexican decor will bring the feel and authentic taste of Mexico right to your table in two convenient locations! Come and enjoy.

Elle Marie Hair Studio

Family Founded. Employee Centered. Education Based. Community Driven. Elle Marie Hair Studio is a full-service hair salon with with locations serving Alderwood/Lynnwood, Mill Creek/Bothell, Lake Stevens/Snohomish, and Woodinville. We specialize in on-trend hair color, haircuts, balayage, and hair extensions.

Emory’s on Silver Lake

Eatery serving steaks, seafood & lighter fare, with waterside deck & bar hosting regular live music.

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens

This 3.5-acre arboretum features 10 themed gardens, walking paths, sculptures & more.

Evergreen Speedway

Evergreen Speedway is an automobile racetrack located within the confines of the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, Washington. The stadium can accommodate up to 7500 spectators in the covered grandstand and an additional 7500 in the uncovered modular grandstands.

Ezell’s Famous Chicken

In 1984, Ezell’s Famous Chicken opened its first location in the Seattle area. Over 36 years later, the locally-owned family business has grown, while members of the founding family are still active and involved every day

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Willow & Jim’s Country Cafe

1421 Pioneer Hwy, Silvana, WA 98287


We have owned and operated Willow & Jim's Country Cafe for over 15 years. The location and the people are amazing and we absolutely love our little town!

Opal Lash & Brow

Owned and operated by master esthetician, Camille vasil. At opal Lash & brow we are a full service spa that specializes in eyelash extensions, hydrofacials, dermaplaning, and waxing. We have been proudly in business since 2018.

Hanky Pies

hanky pies really-really-really loves to love its community. we are always looking for ways to serve, create a place of belonging, support those who need it, and create opportunities for our tribe to love each other well. we once heard the phrase “dream factory” and we knew we needed to create one – an environment that fosters creativity and big dreams and human connection – a place where you can scheme ways to make the world a better place. you bring the ideas, we’ll bring the coffee and snacks.

All Things New Cleaning Services

We provide the very best high quality residential and commercial cleaning services in north Snohomish County.

Call of the Mountains Photography

I am a local astrophotographer based out of Snohomish that brings stunning landscapes among the night sky right to your living room. Astrophotography is the art of photographing the night sky and most of which are done after midnight. I travel all over, capturing the beauty of the night sky admist the natural beauty of our national and state parks. I offer a variety of products of my art, including canvas prints, metal prints, coasters, masks, puzzles, and more. So come check out what the world does after dark!

China City – Mill Creek

American Chinese Cuisine in the Mill Creek Town Center. China City makes all of our food fresh, from scratch. Our attentive staff is dedicated to ensuring that your visit is comfortable and memorable every time.

Little Bipsy

The Little Bipsy Store, located in downtown Edmonds, is a modern and unique collection of baby, toddler, and women’s items. Along with our locally designed Little Bipsy brand, we offer a great selection of other brands to help style you and your littles.

Wilde Fine Art

Wilde Fine Art based out of Everett, WA - started with a vision - With the goal to help other survivors of domestic violence, “All the Pretty Flowers” collection was created. Each portrait of a survivor, named after a flower.

The Shop in Sultan

New rules New interior New signage Same great barber Same great cuts Same great shop

Aca Las Tortas Lynnwood

Their varied cuisine transits from the most urban and popular, right off of Mexico Distrito Federal with dishes such as Huaraches, Tacos, Ceviches, Alambres, Pambazos, Flautas, Gorditas, Nopales. All of which are part of a more extensive list of delicious specialties, including authentic Mexican Seafood and highlighting 22 types of "Tortas", or Mexican Sandwiches.

Santa at Alderwood Mall

Experience a new way to shop in a garden-like atmosphere at Alderwood Mall. Conveniently located just north of Seattle, this unique retail destination has everything the savvy shopper is looking for. From delectable dining options to a Loews cineplex, Alderwood offers entertainment fit for the whole family.

All Rice Thai Hut

Snug Thai joint with contemporary decor serving spicy stir-fries, noodle dishes & curries.

Alpacas From Mars

Alpacas from Mars is an alpaca ranch established in 2000 in Snohomish, Washington. The farm is raising huacaya alpacas for their fine, luxurious fleece.

Alpine Adventures

Alpine Adventures offers guided whitewater rafting trips & scenic raft floats throughout Washington State. Based in Gold Bar, WA, just an hour East of Seattle, along the Skykomish River, with offices in Leavenworth, WA along the Wenatchee River, we live where we play. We run whitewater rafting trips on the Methow River, the Skagit River, the Sauk River, the Suiattle River, the Tieton River, and the Green River at different times throughout the year.

Annie’s on First

1122 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290


Charming shop featuring a range of vintage finds, from classic to quirky, for the home & garden.

Anthony’s HomePort – Everett

Pacific Northwest-based seafood chain serving local catches, plus regional wines & beers.

Beverly Food Truck Park

Series of food trucks rotating in the park

Biscuit & Bean Lake Stevens

Ballard's little brother tucked away in a shopping center next to Jay's Market. We serve biscuits, spreads, gravy, and breakfast sandwiches. Full coffee menu is available, roasted by our friends at Fulcrum Coffee. Lake Stevens we are happy to serve you!

Blossom Solar LLC

Solar energy contractor in Everett, Washington

Boss Chick Salon & Spa

Sahar Siddiq is the proud owner of Boss Chick Salon and Spa. She been in this industry for almost 20 years now. Hair is her passion, along with making people feel good about themselves. She specializes in the health and beauty of the hair from inside out. Certified to do Brazilian Blowouts, Color, cuts, braids, deep conditionings and more.

Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing

Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing is pleasantly situated on the water next to the ferry dock in historic Mukilteo, just 30 minutes north of Seattle. You can watch the ferries come and go as you enjoy mouth-watering seafood and a wide assortment of Ivar's famous original recipe entrées and many other Northwest favorites. Ivar's Mukilteo Landing is open for lunch and dinner, currently with outdoor tented seating only. Mukilteo Landing also offers quick and delicious take-out service at the outdoor Fish Bar.

7 Lakes Gifts

Offering a wide variety of gifts for ladies & baby fashion, jewelry, man gifts, toys, holiday, novelty, candy & so much more.

Motive Marketing Firm

Motive is an end-to-end, full-service marketing firm committed to providing industry-leading service at a price local business can afford. Our team provides graphic design, branding, websites, social media, online advertising, and media like video and photography for small businesses in and around Snohomish County. As Snohomish neighbors, we understand the pivots small businesses have had to make throughout the COVID crisis. We’re here to help you adapt your marketing to new circumstances and devise strategies that keep you on track. We’re a guide and ally in your business journey, and we’re proud to serve Snohomish County.

SAAL Brewing Co.

SAAL Brewing CO., is a community focused brewery bringing a world class beverage and food experience to the residents and visitors of the Stanwood and Camano Island communities. SAAL Brewing uses locally sourced ingredients, that support both the community and the environment, to elevate your dining and craft beverage experience. With options for carnivores, vegetarians, vegans and folks with gluten sensitivity, SAAL is a place you can bring all your friends and family.

Bequest Coffee Company

Bequest Coffee Co is a family-owned coffee shop that thrives to offer our customers what is the best in the market. With food options that pleases all palates we always work with grade A products and top rated distributors.

The Learning Experience

From preschool through kindergarten, we make early education and daycare joyful, engaging and fun so children are happy to learn, play and grow.

Lombardi’s – Mill Creek

Experience classic and contemporary cuisine from all around the boot. Rotating seasonal menus feature dishes inspired by our adventures through Italy Gluten free, vegetarian & vegan options.

Cafe Zippy

Quality, flavor, service and community commitment! Our coffee and espresso complement 12 varieties of loose-leaf teas, fruit smoothies, breakfast treats, panini sandwiches, soup, fresh salads and desserts.

Paella House

We are a family-owned and operated business, located in the city of Snohomish. During Covid, we are offering takeout on Saturday nights. We attend some of the big festivals around the area and specialize in private events such as weddings, company parties and all kinds of gatherings. Paella House brings you authentic cuisine from Spain with quality you can trust. We take pride in offering the best ingredients available. We use only organic vegetables and we source them locally whenever in season. Our meats are all hormone-free and antibiotic-free and come from local farms. We import Bomba rice, saffron, extra virgin olive oil, and sweet-smoked paprika.

Nature Together

Our retail space offers an assortment of fun and interesting items all inspired by nature. We sell books, clothing, toys, educational materials, nature guides, jewelry, home and lifestyle accessories, just to name a few. Each item is intended to deepen your love for the great outdoors

Anna’s Home Furnishings

Anna's Home Furnishings is a family owned and operated business located in Lynnwood, WA. Founded in 1998, Anna's Home Furnishings has established an excellent reputation and is commitment to providing its customers with the highest quality furnishings and accessories at an exceptional value. Our product line has grown to include a full complement of furnishings by some of the most respected names in the furniture industry. Anna's Home Furnishings offers the most diverse choices and the highest quality in a variety of styles, woods, finishes, fabrics, and leather upholstery. We are open 7 days a week.

Cafe Makario

2625 Colby Ave #2c, Everett, WA 98201


We serve you specialty grade fresh roasted coffee. Especially, we carry special cold brew, "Dutch coffee", called "Tears of Coffee".

Ideal Wellness

Ideal Wellness is the leading weight loss company in Western Washington. We specialized in a coached weight loss program that gets results. It’s not just about losing weight it’s about keeping it off and our world class coaches are here to help! If you have tried other diets and programs without success, or lost weight only to regain it again, this is for you. Using a combination of food, coaching and science our clients achieve their weight loss goals and maintain their new weight.

Burkett’s Clothing

Charming women's clothing boutique in the heart of downtown Everett, WA. Known for fabulous and unique women's clothing size 2-16 and superior customer service!

Hilton & Company

With its beginnings as “Marysville’s corner drug store” for the last 100 years, Hilton & Company has found its new beginnings as a bona fide gift and home décor store. We offer a comfy atmosphere to browse for a gift or to find a little luxury for yourself. We are determined to create a shopping experience that you and your friends will enjoy and return to when you need inspiration or just a friendly chat.

Seattle Tae Kwon Do

Seattle Tae Kwon Do located in Cedar Shopping Plaza in Mountlake Terrace has been serving to communities of Snohomish County since 1993. Seattle Tae Kwon Do teaches Korean Martial Arts to kids, teens and adults. Seattle Tae Kwon Do has also been a 5x winner of King 5's Best of Western Washington Contest for best Martial Arts school in Washington State.

The Restaurant at Rhodes River Ranch

The Restaurant At Rhodes River Ranch is a full-service fine dining restaurant featuring Prime Rib and Burgers. Please Call ahead for Reservations and Take-Out.

Maple + Moss Boutique

Maple + Moss Boutique is a retailer located in Historic Downtown Snohomish, catering to the adventurous, confident and stylish person. Our mission is to help both men and women make a statement through the clothing they wear at any age! At Maple + Moss you will find a wide range of wardrobe must haves, including cozy sweaters, PNW tees & hoodies, the perfect work blouse to fun graphic tee’s and super soft everything!

HCI Steel Buildings, LLC

17833 59th Ave NE suite c, Arlington, WA 98223

At HCI Steel Buildings, LLC we strive to give you quality products for the best price. We are a locally owned company with unbeatable customer service & the best steel products available. We are the manufacturer of pre-engineered steel buildings, steel components, cee’s & zee’s, RV, truck & boat covers, carports, lean-to’s, storage units, garages, picnic shelters, & drive-thru testing centers in the Puget Sound area

WhistleStop Sweet Shop & Diner

Preorder your customized gift baskets or boats for the holidays! Discount on bulk orders for clients, employees or families! Choose your favorite huckleberry products and some homemade fudge and let the experts do the packaging! We're here to make your holidays sweeter!

Prospectors Steak and Ale

Western-themed family-friendly restaurant and bar with great food and drinks!

La Quinta Resort & Club Gets a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration - Recipes

When I lived in Massachusetts, I became quite familiar with little white rabbits decorated with blue flowers. I developed a bit of a collection, displaying them in my dining room at the time. Recently I’ve found a few pieces at garage sales and my local Goodwill which has prompted me to revisit this line of ceramics, curious because I knew some were more valuable than others. Turns out, there is vintage Dedham Pottery and then there are the new pieces made by the Potting Shed. Let’s start with the original history from

Hugh Robertson, a fifth generation potter, opened The Dedham Pottery Company in 1896 in Dedham, Massachusetts during the American arts and crafts movement. The company was a working pottery until 1943. During that time the pottery’s artisans created over fifty designs for their dinnerware and serving pieces. The most popular design was the endearing little bunny now known as “the Dedham rabbit.” The rabbit became the identifying signature of Dedham pottery and remains so today. Through the years, the “Dedham rabbit” has won an international following. Pieces or original Dedham pottery are highly przed by collectors, from individuals to prestigious institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

Thirty years later, the Dedham line was revived (From

In 1973, Chotsie Starr, who was already enjoying her ceramics hobby, decided to supplement her collection of original Dedham Pottery with self-made reproductions. Chotsie’s originality and craftsmanship, to her pleasant surprise, won acclaim from all who saw it. She soon found herself preoccupied with filling orders from family and friends who had seen her work and wanted pieces for their own use and enjoyment.

The more Chotsie’s work was seen, the more her reputation for fine craftsmanship grew. In 1975, Chotsie agreed to sell her reproductions through two local retail shops. That initiative confirmed her inner suspicion that the appeal of the Dedham Pottery patterns was not only timeless, it was also broad-based. By 1977, Chotsie sensed that she was onto something bigger than her cellar-based hobby could sustain. So, with her sons Chris and Rob and several local artisans, Chotsie founded The Potting Shed, Inc.

Since starting her adventure over 34 years ago, Chotsie has seen her hobby transformed, first into a fledgling company and, eventually, into a viable, nationally distributed and internationally respected enterprise. The customer base which started with family and friends visiting her cellar-based pottery has grown to thousands of people worldwide! The pottery, itself, quickly outgrew the cellar location and was relocated to a roomy old New England factory building in Concord, Massachusetts. The product line has grown from a relatively small selection of pieces to over three hundred items ranging from decoratively functional to functionally decorative. And, true to Chotsie’s original intent, each item is still produced with painstaking craftsmanship to ensure a faithfullness to the original Dedham Pottery and to produce products that will provide lasting value and enjoyment to the customer. Each year, new pieces and new patterns are introduced to respond to customers’ interests and to entice their imagination.

After an abundant life of 91 years, Chotsie passed away in May of 2012. Her son, Rob Starr, and a small group of gifted artisans dedicate their daily efforts to insuring that Chotsie’s endeavor to reinvigorate the Dedham Pottery tradition flourishes!

Normally Dedham Pottery is marked as such with that name and a rabbit as its mark. Potting Shed pieces generally have letters and numbers along an edge with “USA.” More on how to tell the more traditional and highly valuable Dedham Pottery from it’s newer versions (From

Though made in the modern era, Dedham pottery is traditional in its design, resembling the look of antique Chinese export porcelain. It’s easily distinguished by its blue and white crackle glaze, and cobalt blue decorated borders, which feature a repeating pattern of animals, birds, fish, plants and flowers. Ironically, Robertson happened upon the crackle look accidentally, when experimenting with new glazes and cooling techniques, but since the design was a near-instant hit within the Arts & Crafts community, the look stuck, and it’s still drawing in collectors today.

Dedham’s most recognizable pattern is the Dedham Rabbit, which eventually became the firm’s logo, but they created dozens of other animal borders including elephant, polar bear, lion, dolphin, swan, owl, duck, chicken, turkey, Scottie dog, crab, lobster, turtle, and butterfly patterns. Plant and flower patterns included clover, magnolia, iris, horsechestnut, grape, orange tree, snow tree, water lily, and azalea borders.

Dedham’s designs were hand-painted, not stenciled, so pieces have a whimsical nature to them. Some decorators became well known for their beautiful work and even signed their wares. These pieces are highly collectible and often fetch top prices in today’s competitive collectibles market.

If you find a true piece of Dedham, you’re probably looking at a value in the hundreds of dollars rather than in the tens for Potting Shed, though both are very enjoyable display pieces.

Ausable Chasm Adventurers

We, the VCB girls, strongly feel that to really know what we are marketing and promoting every day, we must experience it firsthand. So every month, we set aside time to take a mini field trip to an attraction, lodging property and/or restaurant we have not experienced before and we experience it!!….I know, I know…hard work, right? (insert grin here)

So this month’s field trip was to Ausable Chasm’s Adventure Course…and the name definitely does not lie…side note, this course is not recommended for those with little coordination or for those who have a debilitating fear of heights! Although you are well educated beforehand and are safely strapped into the course at all times, I don’t recommend choosing that day to conquer your fears.

So let’s walk through the course…

1. Rope Ladder (Try jumping around a little and shaking the ladder…apparently it is way more fun for you than your friends that are also on the ladder with you. Hehe.)

Karen Billings, owner of Point Au Roche Lodge, reaching the top of the rope ladder

2. Uphill Zip Lining (hint: get a good push of the rock because the shorter distance you go, the more of an arm work out you get pulling yourself to the other side. We were all a bit sore the next day! But where else do you get to just hang out over a chasm?)

Me thinking I got an awesome push off the rock. and only ending up about 1/4 of the way down the line. Sigh.

3. Horizontal Rock Wall Climbing (This was the scariest part of the whole course for me! You are using wooden steps and metal rungs securely attached to the walls of the chasm to spider man it horizontally across to the next obstacle….not the most comfortable experience, but how awesome is that view?!)

Me forcing a smile as I am seriously panicking on the inside. why I thought getting a picture of the rocks and water below was a good idea at the time is beyond me!

4. Downhill Zip Lining (This was the absolute best one! You just got to float down the line, enjoy the view and not have to worry about a thing. The staff even caught you on the other side so you wouldn’t run straight into the rock wall.)

Amber Parliament getting ready to zip line. next Ausable Chasm brochure cover? I think so!

5. Rope Bridge/Pretty much a Tight Rope (Again, you are securely fastened into this course, but STILL balance is not my strong suit so thank goodness for the rope side rails!)

Karen having no fear as she crosses that rope bridge

6. Step Bridge/the last and final obstacle (funny story…right before we got to this course the staff said they thought this obstacle was just way too easy with 30+ steps, so they decided it would be much better to take out every other step and bring it down to 16 steps with gaps in between. Don’t they know my legs are short. but really, that view!)

Since we had the Premiere Package, we also got to experience the rafting down the river, which is a nice relaxer after being an extreme adventurer. I have to give props to the Chasm employee that was steering the boat who made it comical and informative all during one 20 minute trip. He explained the different rock formations and how they came to be, why some of the trees at the top of the Chasm walls grow towards the water instead of upwards (of course I cannot remember the scientific word…but it’s basically because the tree gets more light from the sun reflecting off of the water below then from the direct light from the sun above, so it grows down…how crazy?), how part of the chasm is located on a fault line (which by the way, just a few days later, experienced an earthquake and rock slide) AND how there was a 1911 movie filmed at the Chasm called “Black Chasm”.

Rafting through Ausable Chasm. those people in the picture? Visitors from Connecticut! When you work for the VISITORS BUREAU, you tend to get excited about that kind of stuff.

Funny story about this one too! One of the scenes required the horse and its rider to jump from the top of the chasm wall into the river below. Since they didn’t want their actor to get hurt they found someone in the neighboring town of Keeseville who was just crazy enough to go through with this stunt. The first few times around the horse was much smarter than the rider and halted at the edge of the chasm. After a few unsuccessful tries, the crew decided to blind fold the horse (not recommended!), which led to a successful jump off the edge but an unsuccessful ending for the rider. As the horse walked away without a scratch, the rider had a few broken limbs and only a few cents worth of pay to end the day. Black Chasm…1911 film made right in your own back yard…check it out!

The cliff the horse and rider jumped from in Black Chasm (1911)

After all that, we ended the day by just walking casually around the trails, enjoying the weather and changing scenery at every turn. So overall, the staff was amazing, the adventure was high level stuff and Ausable Chasm is just a gorgeous place for people of all ages and abilities to be!

Watch the video: La Quinta: private tour with Resort Manager (January 2022).