Good Times Meeting Neighbors At Everett’s National Night Out

Well we tried to hit every spot on Everett’s list of National Night Out events but did not make it to all of them. We did live tweet our journey on our Twitter Feed and here’s one photo from each of the 14 stops we made. Thanks to all for being so friendly. Click photo to enlarge.

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Oysters were on the grill at our first stop at Port Gardner Bay Winery.

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When the police and firefighters can’t handle it they call in their secret weapon…Webbly. Here at Our Saviors Lutheran Church

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Hot dogs, fresh corn and veggies were on the menu at Upper Howarth Park

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Here’s the set up crew at Rucker Hill Park.

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Cake for people and biscuits for dogs at Kiwanis Park in Port Gardner.

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Face painting in the gazebo and ice cream out front at Clark Park.

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They were raffling a bunch of good stuff at Garfield Park in the Riverside neighborhood.

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Wiggums Hollow Park was jumpin’ in the Delta neighborhood.

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The Queen of Lowell was showing off her favorite book.

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City Council member Scott Bader chatted over ice cream sundaes at Woodlawn Gardens in south Forest Park.

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One of Everett’s newest police officers was meeting people in the View Ridge-Madison neighborhood gathering.

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There was a dance-off between generations at Lions Park

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Cotton candy and hot dogs were on the menu at Hauge Homestead Park in Silver Lake.

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A string quartet from the Everett Philharmonic provided a unique ambiance at Horizon Elementary’s multiple neighborhood event.

Remember you don’t have to wait a whole year to get to know your neighbor. Just grab some ice cream, a couple of bowls and knock on their door and ask for a couple of spoons…



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