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Beer, music, art walk events in Snohomish Aug. 19-22

SNOHOMISH — The city will have lots going on the weekend of Aug. 19 to Aug. 22. The weekend includes a family-friendly art walk Thursday night, a weekend-long block party and a separate beer festival nearby.
The Snohomish Art Walk is completely free. Artists will be sharing and demonstrating their art on Aug. 19 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. 
“We have live art being created by artists representing clay, glass and paint. You can see artist Melinda Burkhead throw clay on a sculpting wheel and Jacob Peterson blow glass, street artist Hyper will be participating in a paint battle with other artists,” Wendy Poischbeg said.
The walk takes place all over downtown, from Snohomish Iron Works to the newly remodeled Carnegie Library. Attendees will be able to participate in interactive demonstrations of art, such as a drumming circle being held at the gazebo. The art walk consists of 21 stops, many artists will be attending to chat, answer questions, and interact with their fans.
“We ask that participants that are not vaccinated to wear a mask,” Poischbeg said.
Snohomish Running Company is hosting a weekend-long Block Party, with many local artists performing, a wine night, a beer garden and a cook off. The Block Party’s wine night will take place Friday, Aug. 20 from 3 to 11 p.m. Local shops will be staying open late and providing goodies and coupons.
On Saturday, Aug. 21, part of First Street will be closed from 2 to 10 p.m. and music will be on two stages, the main stage being at the Carnegie Building and a side stage at Kla Ha Ya Park.
The performances on the Kla Ha Ya Days stage, from 12 to 4 p.m., is free. 
The lineup of six performers for the main stage includes Sir Mix-A-Lot, The Stacy Jones Band, and Fretland. The main stage will be active from 3 to 10 p.m. The Historic Downtown Snohomish Association (HDSA) is hosting a beer garden near the main stage at the Carnegie Building. Beer from many local breweries will be served. Buying a ticket to the garden includes two drinks. 
Meanwhile, the River’s Edge Brewfest will be taking place Saturday, Aug. 21 from 3 to 9 p.m. at Stocker Fields off of Lincoln Avenue. Purchasing a ticket will get you 10 tasting tokens. All proceeds will go to Snohomish Youth Soccer. The event will consist of drinks from local breweries and wineries, food trucks, games and live music.
Brewfest tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the gate or $5 for designated drivers. This event is for adults 21-and-over.
The final events of the Block Party on Sunday, Aug. 22 are the Walter Jones Cookoff and kid’s activities provided by the Snohomish Sports Dome Kid Zone. Walter Jones is a retired Seattle Seahawk. Restaurants and eateries will enter dishes into the competition and people who purchase a ticket will be able to vote on their favorites. The Snohomish Food Bank will be receiving $20 from each ticket sold for the event. Tickets aren’t necessary for children to participate in the Kid’s Zone, which will be located by the gazebo at First Street and Avenue A. Children will be able to get their faces painted, meet a clown and play games. Both the cookoff and kid’s zone will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ticket prices vary for the events of the Block Party. Two- and three-day passes are available through the organizers. Visit www. for tickets.




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