Lynnwood is a great place to visit during the summer! Not only will you find affordable accommodations and easy access to all the amazing things the Puget Sound has to offer, but you’ll find a variety of family-friendly things to do – many of which are FREE! Check out this great list of fun things do in and around Lynnwood, WA.
The Lynnwood Spray Parks are a great way to stay cool this summer! Open now through Labor Day from 11AM to 7PM. Pack a picnic and head to North Lynnwood Park or Daleway Park where the kids can splash and play in one of our spray parks.
Come join us at the newly renovated Lynndale Park Amphitheater this summer for the 27th season of Shakespeare in the Park. You and your family will enjoy a night of comical theater amidst an enchanting wooded stage. Be sure to get there early to grab a seat or bring your own! Shakespeare in the Park runs from July 10 to August 15, 2015 and is a great way to spend a night laughing and enjoying your local outdoor theater company!
Head a few miles north or west and catch a blockbuster hit on a huge inflatable screen at the Edmonds Outdoor Movie Nights or Cinema Under the Stars at Silver Lake. Bring your blanket and some popcorn and enjoy one of the family-friendly movies playing this summer.
What’s better than live music? Live music outside on a warm summer evening! Starting July 2nd, you can enjoy live Music at the Marina, Thursday and Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:00PM. Starting June 10th, catch a live jazz performance by award-winning musicians from the Edmonds School District at Sea Jazz, Wednesday evenings from 5:00-7:00PM or Sunday afternoons from 1:00-3:00PM.
Find more fun things to do on our events calendar! See you in Lynnwood this summer!
Join us for a weekend celebration of birds and nature in beautiful Edmonds Washington. Cast your vote in the annual Bird Fest Photo Contest and enjoy other festival favorites such as the Kids’ Corner, the Sunday Boat Cruise, presentations by local experts, and guided walks showcasing the area’s birding hotspots. Visit the website for the latest information. Pugetsoundbirdfest.org .
(Edmonds, WA) Mark your calendars for the 2022 Puget Sound Bird Fest on September 10-11th in Edmonds. This beloved fall tradition will return in person for nature lovers throughout the Pacific Northwest with two days of speakers, guided walks, field trips, boat tours, exhibits, and educational activities for children and adults.
The 2022 event will kick off Saturday with early-morning guided walks offered by the Pilchuck Audubon Society followed by a keynote address by swan biologist Martha Jordan at 10am in the Edmonds Plaza Room. In her special presentation Washington’s Swans and Snow Geese: Connections to land use, agriculture, and dairy farms, Martha will explore how changes in agriculture and land use practices will affect the distribution and population dynamics of wintering waterfowl in Washington, as well as the farms and farmers themselves.
The Edmonds Library will host a special Bird Fest Family Storytime on Saturday, then families can head next door to the Bird Fest Exhibits Hall at the Frances Anderson Center for hands-on learning and exploration. Booths staffed by representatives from regional conservation organizations, artists, scientists, and select vendors will be open all day Saturday, and guests can enjoy presentations on backyard birding, local birding hotspots, and more in the Edmonds Plaza Room.
For folks wanting to get outside, Bird Fest offers lots of opportunities throughout the weekend including guided nature walks at parks and viewing stations in and around Edmonds, field workshops on bird identification, nature photography, and a Sunday boat cruise to Protection Island.
Located in picturesque Downtown Edmonds Bird Fest guests can enjoy a rich array of shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and bistros that cater to arts and festivals. Many acclaimed eateries in the center of town and along the beachfront are within easy walking distance of the festival venue.
Many Bird Fest activities are free and open to the public, with some activities requiring a small fee and/or pre-registration. For more information visit the Bird Fest website at www.pugetsoundbirdfest.org, or find us on Facebook and/or Instagram.