Set Up For Sorticulture 2022 Has Begun In Downtown Everett

Click for an easy to navigate copy of the map showing the locations of participants at Sorticulture.

Hopefully most of the rain will happen today as Everett’s annual garden arts festival gets set for this weekend.

Sorticulture 2022 will take place rain or shine Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The official map of vendors and their locations has now been posted.

There is no charge to attend the festival which covers Colby Avenue between Everett Avenue to the north and Pacific Avenue on the south. The intersection if Hewitt and Colby is the center where you’ll find the Sunnyside Nursery Garden Stage, beer and wine garden, information booth, bike valet and restrooms. It’s also one of two spots where you can pick up your packages and large items. The other location for package pickup is at Pacific and Colby.

Hours are:

Friday, June 10, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday June 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Here’s some information on directions and parking:

Parking
We’ve got affordable pay lots and a public parking garage that’s free on weekends (just half a block away!) so parking near the festival is affordable and convenient. Click here to learn more about parking in Everett and find more parking details.

Getting here by car
From the North
Take I-5 S Follow I-5 S to Everett Avenue, taking exit 194. Head west to Colby Avenue

From the South
Via I-5, take I-5 N to Everett, take exit 193. Head west to Colby Avenue.

Via 405, follow I-5 N Take I-405 N I-405 N will turn into I-5 N, take exit 193 from I-5. Head west to Colby Avenue.

From the East
Via I-90, take I-90 W, and continue on I-90 W to Everett. I-90 W will turn into I-5 N. Continue on I-5 N towards Everett. Take exit 193. Head west to Colby Avenue.

Via US-2, take US-2 W to Maple Street in Everett. Take the I-5 S exit from US-2 W. Turn left on Everett Avenue and head west to Colby Avenue.

Biking
Downtown Everett has bike lanes on Hoyt and California streets, just a few blocks from the festival. The Interurban Trail, which runs all the way north from Seattle, runs a few blocks away on Colby. For more ideas on bike routes, see the City of Everett’s bike map or Community Transit’s county-wide bike map.

Valet parking for bikes
Ride your bike to Sorticulture and enjoy free valet bike parking staffed by volunteers with Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop. The secure bike corral is open all hours of the event. If you buy something big at the festival, the event has a package holding area so you can bike home to get a bigger vehicle if needed. Volunteers will also be offering free bike safety checks while your bike is parked.

Public transportation
We’ve got a super affordable and robust bus system to get you just about anywhere you want to go in Everett. Plan your trip here.

Lyft
Request and ride in a Lyft within minutes– a safe, legit, and affordable alternative to taxis. Everett is one of the many cities that Lyft operates in (and we won’t judge you if you’re just taking it a block or two!).
Download the Lyft app today.

Uber
We have Uber drivers in Everett, so you can Uber to and fro all over town. Download the Uber app to call a driver with the click of a button!

Taxis
Not into Uber? That’s cool. We’ve got plenty of taxi cabs. A quick google search will help you find one. Or, ask your hotel’s friendly front desk person to call you a cab.

The schedule, links to vendors and more information is available online here at the Visit Everett Sorticulture webpage.



About myeverettnews

My Everett News is a hyperlocal news website featuring breaking news and events in Everett, WA. We also cover City of Everett information and items of interest to those who live and work in Everett. It's written by Leland Dart a former Snohomish County based radio reporter born and raised in Everett.

View all posts by myeverettnews
advert

Comments are closed.