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Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival

Each year, Mukilteans give one last hurrah each September to the passing of summer with a huge community party that we lovingly call the Lighthouse Festival. It’s grown over the years, with 2017 being our 52nd year.  For visitors passing…

Salmon Viewing Locations on the Loop

The following is a list of salmon viewing areas near the Cascade Loop. For a statewide list and details, visit http://wildfishconservancy.org/resources/view-wild-salmon-steelhead  Osprey Park, Sultan Osprey Park is a short drive off the highway near Sultan. It is 85 acres of wetland and…

Amazing Race Mukilteo Hits Its Stride For The Second Year

Have you heard the phrase, “Power up and rise to the challenge?” Athletes know that one way to develop and heighten their performance is to compete against someone with greater experience, someone who will test their resolve to be the…

Go Wild in Seattle’s Backcountry Snohomish County this June!

The sun is shinning, the weather is warm and it’s the perfect time to discover Snohomish County. June happenings include a garden arts festival in Everett, biplane flights at Historic Flight, The 85th Annual Marysville Strawberry Festival, a historic World…

Not All Hummingbirds Hum

Spring around the Cascade Loop brings many wonderful things from blooming wildflowers and blossoming fruit trees, to baby animals of all varieties. One of the favorite birds to migrate to the state of Washington are hummingbirds. Three species can be…

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