Bubble Runners And Food Trucks In Everett Saturday

Two events that proved very popular last year are back in downtown Everett this Saturday.

Bubble run

Thousands are expected to participate this Saturday.

First, the Bubble Run will happen at 8:00AM on the campus at Everett High School. Here’s the description from the Bubble Run organizers…

Clad in white t-shirts, Participants run, walk, dance and play across 3 miles of absolute fun! Waves start every 3-5 minutes. Then, at each kilometer, participants will run through the Foam Bogs where there is enough colored foam to cover you from head to toe! Each of the four Foam Bogs along the course are represented by different colored foam.

There are a few simple rules:

Rule 1: All levels of runners, walkers, twirlers, dancers and strollers are welcome to the Bubble Run™. We just ask this: WALKERS, STROLLERS, TWIRLERS AND DANCERS STAY ON THE RIGHT, AND RUNNERS ON THE LEFT!

Rule 2: Wear white. That way, your appearance at the finish will be even more pronounced.

Rule 3: Enjoy being a kid again.

You can click here for the race route, parking and other information. There is a charge to participate and registration is required.

The other event is the Everett Food Truck Festival

Immediately following the Bubble Run the Food Truck Festival begins at 10:00AM

Food Trucks

Get there early before they run out of food!

More than 20 Food Trucks from the Puget Sound area will be parked along Colby between 25th street just south of Everett High and stretching south to Everett Avenue. Food will be served until 4:00PM or until the trucks run out of food (which happened with several trucks last year). There is no charge to enter the festival area. Organizers have promised kid-friendly activities, a beer and wine garden and live music. Click here to learn more and see which trucks are expected.


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