Graduations And Sorticulture Draw Thousands To Downtown Everett Saturday

June 12, 2021


People were lined up to see all the offerings on day 2 of Sorticulture.

Mariner and Kamiak Seniors celebrated their graduation at Angel of the Winds Arena.

Triangle Trading Post at 16th and East Marine View Drive.

You get a very generous scoop of ice cream on a fresh waffle cone!

A beautiful sunny Saturday looked to help draw thousands of people to downtown Everett, Washington Saturday. It was day two of Sorticulture and booths stretched two full blocks of Colby and another of California as crowds lined up to look at all of the garden items available. Many booths had people lined up six and seven deep.

The Angel of the Winds Arena and surrounding area were also packed with people as the Mukilteo School District held in-person graduation ceremonies for both Mariner and Kamiak High Schools. Each school had split ceremonies to create social distancing inside the Arena.

Since we were out and about we made a stop at the Triangle Trading Post at 16th and East Marine View Drive. Over the past couple of years they have expanded their offerings.

We highly recommend the hand dipped hard ice cream cones.

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