Event Calendar

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/ September 2022

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Fair on 44th

The Fair on 44th is Lynnwood’s Health & Safety Community Block Party. Each year the city closes 44th Avenue from 188th St SW to 194th St SW. They are working with community partners and City Staff, provide vehicle tours, demonstrations, and hands-on games and activities for families.

Sound Sports Performance and Training will have a booth set up in the Green Zone. We will be demonstrating how velocity based training can help improve athletic performance, conducting InBody 570 body composition scans, blood pressure checks, sports conditioning testing, and raffling off some sweet apparel! Come out and have some fun with us!

• Saturday 9/10


/ April 2022

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Piece of My Mind: Open Mic Night

Piece of my Mind doing our thing as usual, come out and support our spokenword/open mic night. We do this every 3rd saturday, every other month. We are creating a safe place to come unwind and catch an amazing vibe. Expect to feel the highest vibrations of love in a beautiful, intimate space, complete with live sounds, vendors and good food.

Brought to you by Project Girl Mentoring

• 4114 198th Street Southwest, Suite 4, Lynnwood, WA 98036

• Saturday 4/16, 7 pm


/ February 2022

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Black Seed Agroecology Farm and Village Malcom X Day Celebration

Come enjoy and learn with Modest Family Solutions as they celebrate their new gift of 10 acres of land on South Whidbey Island.

• 2818 Thompson Road Langley, WA, 98260

• February 21st, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.


A Piece of My Mind: Open Mic Night

Calling out amazing poets, and all performers to take the stage ! This month we are casting a spotlight on all local talent. We are creating a safe place to come unwind and catch amazing vibe. Expect to feel the highest vibrations of love in a beautiful, intimate space, complete with live sounds, vendors and good food .

Brought to you by Project Girl Mentoring

• 4114 198th Street Southwest, Suite 4, Lynnwood, WA 98036

• Saturday 2/19, 7 pm


Third Annual Black Owned Business Event Symposium

Let’s Recover and Thrive Together at the Third Annual BOBE Symposium on February 1, 2022!! Register now to be eligible for grant opportunities.

This will be a kick-off event for Black History Month (also known as Black-Owned Business Excellence Month) and a host of other workshops and training scheduled for throughout February. This event builds on and extends many efforts to build connections with and between Black-focused business groups and entrepreneurs.

The symposium will start at 9 a.m. with Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards giving a state of address on Black-Owned Businesses followed by keynote speaker “The Godfather of Silicon Valley” Roy Clay Sr.

• Grant opportunites during Happy Hour

• Tuesday, 9 am


/ January 2022

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Modest Family Solutions MLK Day of Liberation

It’s a celebration!! Martin Luther King Jr Liberation Weekend. Join Modest Family Solutions at our Produce Stand 18122 Bothell Way NE , Bothell, 12pm-5pm for free fresh produce giveaway, fun activity book for the kids, and a gift card raffle.

• 18122 Bothell Way NE , Bothell

• Saturday, 12 pm – 5 pm


/ October 2021

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10/16 & 17

North Puget Sound Conference on Race

C3‘s ninth annual North Puget Sound Conference on Race is the largest free to attend conference on race in Washington State. This year’s theme is Just Wellness: Reemergence as Black Indigenous Communities of Color. Will be held virtually.

• Keynote Speaker Dr. Edwin Lindo

• Saturday & Sunday, October 16 & 17 at 10a.m. – 1:30p.m.


/ September 2021

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Grand Opening

Sound Sports Performance and Training LLC will be hosting a Grand Opening event on Sunday September 19th from 11am-1pm at 6812 196th St SW, Lynnwood. There will be plenty of fun, food, and fitness for everyone. Come check out our new gym and pre-flight before the Seahawks home opener!

• Sunday, September 19 at 11a.m. – 1p.m.


Black Men Prostate Survey

Black Men are 50% more likely to develop prostate cancer in their lifetime and twice as likely to die from the disease. Come and get the facts. Tell us how you want to handle this. Tell a friend you care about. Hosted by Communities of Color Coalition

• Saturday, September 11 at 11:30a.m. – 1p.m.


/ August 2021

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Open Mic Night

Mixed Coffee & Community is running an open mic night. Contact or message them on instagram to be added as one of the acts! @mixedcoffeeshop

• Wednesday, August 11 at 5p.m. – 8p.m.

08/5 - 08/26

Thursday Outdoors - Kids Educational Adventures

Modest Family Solutions with Ummah Sustained AGROECOLOGY Center is hosting outdoor adventures for kids to learn skills such as:

• Archery

• Environmental DNA study

• River trail foraging

• Mountain survival skills

Visit modestfamilysolutions.org/events to sign up and learn more.

• Thursdays in August, 10a.m – 2p.m.

08/2 - 08/5

Beyond the Shutter: Free Photography Summer Camp

Open to BIPOC Youth ages 12-18 that live in Snohomish County. Learn the basics of photography and how photography can fight against the injustices in our world. Supplies students will need:
Digital Camera, Notebook, Laptop, Sack Lunch

• 800 164th St. SE Unit N, Mill Creek, WA 98012

• August 2nd – August 5th at 10a.m. – 2p.m.


/ July 2021

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Nubian Jam 2021

A celebration of African and African American culture in the form of fellowship and community connectedness.

Join us in Forest Park, Everett for Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee’s annual festival. Featuring business, education, arts, fashion, and wellness vendors.


• Saturday, July 31th at 10a.m. – 7p.m.


/ June 2021

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2021 Sno-County Juneteenth "Freedom Deferred"

Join us June 12th at Comforde Park in Marysville. Featuring: BIPOC Art and Fashion Vendors, Music, Death of Freedom Exhibit, City/County Leader Speakers. This is a COVID friendly, bring your own food picnic.

Speakers will speak between 1:00 and 2:30. A short symbolic march will begin at 3pm for a few blocks and end back at the park to compete the event.

Organized by Change the Narrative and Artists in Activism. 

• Saturday, June 12th at 11a.m. – 3p.m.


/ May 2021

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Malcolm X Day: Black Excellence Celebration

For Malcolm X Day this year, we have decided to celebrate Black excellence with our Black Student Union students, graduates and alumni. Please register at the link below and stay tuned for more information on our special guest presenters!

This event has been put together to celebrate African and African American student achievement, but is open to students, faculty, staff, administrators and campus community of all cultures/identities. Please register at the link provided and contact the Diversity & Equity Center if you have any questions.

• Wednesday, May 19th at 2p.m.

05/15 & 16

Health in the Climate Crisis

Integrative health approaches and advocacy provide a framework for addressing the complexity of these impacts on the well-being of individuals, communities, and the environment.
Please join us for this free online conference:

• Saturday, May 15th at 9 – 1p.m.

• Sunday, May 16th at 9 – 1p.m.


1K Burrito Day

Hot meal distribution from Smokey Point to South Seattle. Delivering meals and supplies to locations and folks in our community.

• Saturday, May 8th at 7a.m. – 5p.m.


Black-Owned Business Excellence: Upgrade Your Business Entity

Come and learn the benefits of each business entity (sole proprietorship, LLC, Non-Profit, SCorp, CCorp, Social Enterprise) from an established Certified Public Accountant – Isaiah Gresham. Get armed with information that will help you ascertain if your business structure is right for you. Ensure your business is legitimate with the proper business licenses and registrations for contracts, certifications and even grants.
Black-Owned Business Excellence is a collaboration of more than a dozen organizations coming together to support, promote, educate and elevate businesses that are owned by underserved business owners. We have organized a collective calendar of events focused on the advancement of BIPOC businesses. This quarterly event will focus on Upgrading your business entity.

• Tuesday, May 4th at 11 – 1p.m.


• Samantha Neal of Coastal Maintenance Solutions

• Lewis Rudd of Ezell’s Famous Chicken

• Lewis Rudd of Ezell’s Famous Chicken


Bystander Intervention Training

Free online training to learn the Four Ds of Bystander Intervention and how to stand up to racism, harassment, and hate. You can make a difference!

• Monday, May 3rd at 7 – 8:30p.m.


/ April 2021

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BLM Everett Intersection Protest for Daunte Wright

We’ll be standing at the corner(s) of the Broadway & Pacific intersection holding signs and/or flags. Also possibly chanting.

• Friday, April 16th 5-6p.m.

• We ask for people to wear their masks, allow pedestrians to pass, and look out for each other.

04/10 -

Artists in Activism Rooftop Pop-Up

Join Artists in Activism for live music every Saturday in Marysville on the rooftop of Audio Lab on the corner of State and Grove.

• Every Saturday 2 – 4p.m.


Building Financial Strength In Your Business

Are you holding steady in your business? Are you preparing for the Economy to recover? Learn about business tools, resources, and financial opportunities that strengthen BIPOC-owned businesses in Washington State.

• Tuesday, April 6th at 2 – 3:30p.m.


• Jenefeness Tucker, Certified Business Advisor at WSBDC

• Ollie Garrett, President of Tabor 100

• Maurisa Phillips, Loan Readiness Officer at Business Impact NW

• Beto Yarce, Executive Director of Ventures

Register NOW for Building Financial Strength In Your Business.


/ February 2021

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The Unspoken Truth: A Virtual Presentation of Black History

Join the NAACP Snohomish County for this unique event presented by Delbert Richardson the national award-winning Founder and Curator of the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths. The Museum chronicles the rich history of Africans in Africa prior to American Chattel Slavery, the experiences and impact of American Chattel Slavery and of the Jim Crow Era, while also detailing the many contributions African Americans have had on scientific, cultural, and technological inventions/innovations in the U.S. and the world.
This is a free event for the community. If you are interested in donating please make a donation at naacp-snoco.org.

• Feb. 22 at 6:30 – 8p.m.

• Streamed via Facebook Live.


One Everett One Book

Featuring Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.

Everett Public Library, WSU Everett, Everett Community College, and Everett Public Schools have partnered to host One Everett One Book. We’re encouraging community members to read STAMPED and join the discussion with the authors.

• Feb. 22 at 6 p.m.

02/15 & 02/22

Your Glow Day

Project Girl Mentoring Program presents the 1st “Your Glow Day” Self-care day. This month they are teaming up with Invante Hair Salon to offer FREE services such as hair cuts, styles & maintenance, and hair care tips. All hair types welcome!

• Free to all young women of color ages 11-18

• Feb. 15 & 22 at 3-6 p.m.


Black-Owned Business Excellence Symposium

The Black-Owned Business Excellence Symposium is an all-day virtual conference to celebrate, educate and inspire Black business owners.

The Black-Owned Business Excellence conference consists of a series of virtual presentations and discussions starting at 9 a.m. with a keynote address on the state of Black-owned businesses in Washington state by the Minority Business Diversity Association. The conference will have virtual events and break out sessions for the entire day including:

• Panel Discussions
• Workshops and Training
• Business Coaching
• Marketing and Networking
• Financial Management
• Strategic Business Planning

For updates, connect with us through our social media outlet:


/ Janurary 2021

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2021 Greater Everett Community Celebration: Day 2 Drive-By Parade

The Snohomish County Black Heritage Commitee‘s celebration continues with a drive-by parade from the Snohomish County Courthouse to Everett Community College.

• Monday, January 18th, 11am – 2pm


2021 Greater Everett Community Celebration: Day 1

The Snohomish County Black Heritage Commitee is hosting a virtual celebration for Martin Luther King Jr. Day with live performances, music, and keynote speaker Mr. Nathaniel R. Miles.

• Sunday, January 17th, 5:30 – 7pm


/ December 2020

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Wintertide Celebration: Mocktails and Cocktails with Revolution by the Barrel

Everett Public Library has teamed up with the expert mixologists from Revolution by the Barrel to present a free workshop on crafting the perfect holiday mocktails and cocktails.


/ November 2020

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Planted Pop-Up

Revolution by the Barrel is hosting a pop-up providing to-go mocktail kits and drinks along with Planted and Los Tamaahles.

• Saturday, November 28th, 2 – 6pm
• 2829 Wetmore Ave, Everett, WA 98201


African / African-American Family Night

Attend the 4th annual African African American event on November 5th to participate in Black Culture, Black Business, financial literacy and the importance of community service discussions. Inspired by the revolutionary leaders of the 1960s and 70s, we are taking it to the days of “Knowledge is Power”! In the face of so much going on in our society. We have to be diligent about educating OUR community.

• Thursday, November 5th, 6 – 7:30pm
Zoom link


/ October 2020

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10/16 – 10/17

Drive-Thru Community Resource Fair (Two Day Event)

Community Resource Fair includes Rental Assistance, Aging Services, Healthcare Resources, Voter Registration, Financial Aid Information, COVID related support services.

• Friday, October 16th at 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Homage (parking lot), 5026 196th St. SW Lynnwood
• Saturday, October 17th at 11:30am – 2:00pm, Everett Trades Building Assoc., 2810 Lombard Ave Everett


Ummah Sustain 4H Club Info Session

4H is hosting a zoom info session this Saturday, October 10th from 10:00am – 12:00pm. Ummah Sustain is forming a 4H Club for Black and Brown youth in Snohomish County. Students ages 5-18 are eligible to participate. More about Ummah Sustained.

Zoom Link
Or call 253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 982 4324 7029
Passcode: 443817


/ September 2020

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9/5 – 9/15

Modest Family Solutions – Homeschoolling 101

For any parent that’s looking for guidance before the September 15th deadline to file Notice of Intent to Homeschool and a last-minute qualifying course. Modest Family Solitions is now offering a self-paced four hours online qualifying program that includes a homeschooling 101 and Unschooling 102 along with 2 month weekly support groups for $50.


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