Senior Center programs are available via zoom until we reach phase 4.

Administrative staff are working remotely and will do our best to return any inquiries in a timely manner.

The Waterfront Forum

How Arts & Culture have Shaped the Identity of Edmonds

Part 1: Visual Arts presented by Tracy Felix Owner of ARTspot, artist, instructor, and founding board member of Art Walk, Edmonds Art Studio Tour, and Art Start Northwest (Graphite).

Part 2: Performing Arts presented by Joe MiIalwain and Dave Earling. McIalwain is the executive director of the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Earling, a former Edmonds mayor, is a musician, conductor and a longtime champion of the arts in Edmonds.

Part 3: Literary Art presented by David Brewster, co-owner of the Edmonds Bookshop. Brewster retired from Starbucks in 2017 after a career in books, music, and tech. He serves as president of the Edmonds Public Facilities District, which oversees Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Part 4: Outdoor Art presented by Frances Chapin, Arts and Culture Services Manager for the City of Edmonds

Please note that for the foreseeable future, all presentations will take place via the Zoom platform. For security purposes, we require that you use your own personal Zoom account to log in to the presentation. Zoom is free! Sign up for a Zoom account here https://zoom.us/signup

Past Programming

Edmonds From the Beginning: a 3-part Zoom series with presentations from local experts:

Story of Place

Presented by Carol Stanford
Speaker, Author and Executive Educator.

Indigenous Peoples of Edmonds

Presented by Dennis Lewarch
Suquamish Tribe Archeologist

Early Edmonds – Sawmill Town

Presented by Katie Kelly
Executive Director, Edmonds Historical Museum