Nov 14

Sedro-Whoolleyville Presents a Christmas Whobulation!

 Sedro-Whoolleyville Presents a Christmas Whobulation December 2, 2017!

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The First Saturday in December is our major Winter event. Family fun, train rides, pony rides, face painting, and crafts with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Sedro-Woolley begins at 3 pm. 

The tree lighting at 5 pm sharp is followed by the whobulation of a spectacular lighted Christmas Parade. 

After the parade you are invited to bring the kids to see Santa at the Sedro-Woolley Eagle’s, 1000 Metcalf Street.

Everyone is encouraged to adopt the Seussian style for the first Saturday event, and be warned a green faced fellow has lurked around the event for the last few years. 

Prizes for this year’s parade have been simplified there will be only 3 cash prizes. 

1.  Best Lit (that means grandest, twinkliest, most extravagant display you can put together and even walkers are expected to don lighted gay apparel. 

2.  Best Musical, best musical will be judged on thematic elements, performance for the judges, and overall musicality. 

3.  Best Themed, this is a new category to encourage participation in the town theme.

But are judges hearts are never too small and sometimes have been known to add a prize or two, so be bright, be light, be festive and most of all have fun.

The second Saturday of December brings the Santa Breakfast at the S-W Community Center located at 703 Pacific Street where your children can come eat a breakfast of waffles, sausage links, and orange slices with their choice of milk or apple juice for FREE (parents by donation), provided by Beta Sigma Phi.

After their breakfast children can see Santa and you are free to photograph your little one with Santa.

The Museum has a new plan for celebrating the holidays on the 9th and 10th.  Entitled the “Spirit of Christmas Past.”  With Chad Lindberg, actor & paranormal investigator.  Come celebrate the holidays with Chad and his many years of the paranormal, as he facilitates the communication with the spirits the call the museum home.  Although the Holiday Home Tour will not happen this year the museum will be selecting the best decorated home exteriors, so if you are decorating your home contact the Museum to sign up for the judging.  Judging will take place the 12th and 13th of December.  2 performances a night at 5 pm and again at 7 pm.  Reservations are required as the show is limited to 25 persons per show.  $10.00 for adults and children under ten $5.00.

The Christmas Whobulation will soon be upon us, we hope to see the town looking merry and bright, hopefully many merchants will follow the theme making for a fun-filled small town Christmas.    

Please click HERE for all the info.

 

 

 

Oct 13

Sedro-Woolley City Council and School Board Candidates Forum

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Sep 29

Halloween- Tuesday October 31, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 


Halloween-2017 Parade and downtown trick-or-treating!  Tuesday Oct 31, 2017 at 4 pm.

Line up begins near the Municipal Parking lot behind Wells Fargo Bank on Metcalf Street with the parade starting at 4:30pm.  Trick-or-treating of businesses immediately following the parade.

Business dress up contest — on or off Metcalf

(Please submit photos of your office and staff to Alyssa.swchamber@gmail.com)

 

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May 13

Sedro-Woolley School District Receives STEM Grant

www.sedro-woolleySTEM.com

SEDRO-WOOLLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT ESTABLISHES STEM NETWORK

TO FUEL INNOVATION IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATH EDUCATION

December 7, 2015 – For Immediate Release

MEDIA Contact: Wes Allen, 360-855-3510, wallen@swsd.k12.wa.us

http://www.washingtonstem.org/Our-Approach/STEM-Networks/Sedro-Woolley-STEM-Network#.VlYlH2RVhBf

Sedro-Woolley, WA – Sedro-Woolley School District today announced it will receive a grant totaling $30,000 from Washington STEM to create a plan to establish the Sedro-Woolley STEM Network. The planned STEM Network will work with Washington STEM to grow systems in which educators, employers, and community leaders work together to match education to STEM career opportunities in Sedro-Woolley.

“This STEM grant builds on our commitment to educational excellence and preparing our children for exciting careers in innovation,” said Phil Brockman, Superintendent, Sedro-Woolley School District. “The STEM Network will facilitate the creation of a long-term focus on addressing the needs of the community when it comes to preparing future generations for economic success, and will create greater connections between our students and local industry.”

The Sedro-Woolley STEM Network will provide resources and a collaborative environment for educators, administrators, and community based organizations. The initial focus of the Network will be the Sedro-Woolley School District that runs from the Snohomish County line on the south boundary, to the Whatcom County line on the north boundary of the District. The Network will partner the Sedro-Woolley School District with businesses, government, Community Based Organizations, and Skagit Valley College, which serve the entire Skagit County. The intent is to create a scalable program that other Skagit County School Districts can adopt or replicate.

“We chose Sedro-Woolley for this grant because of their strong track record working with education, community, and business partners,” said Patrick D’Amelio, Washington STEM CEO. “We believe the Network will bring STEM professionals, educators, and communities together to improve STEM education and prepare our students for the STEM careers that drive Washington State’s economy.”

Sedro-Woolley City Supervisor Eron Berg said that Washington STEM also recognized the community has been a leader in world-changing technology for more than a century. “With global companies such as the Skagit Corporation, Snelson, Rothenbuhler and Janicki Industries, Sedro-Woolley is home to the world’s leaders in composites, remote detonation and other innovations,” Berg noted. “Today, Sedro-Woolley is on the leading edge of sanitation technology, thanks to Janicki Bioenergy’s OmniProcessor, which is backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.”

The STEM announcement coincides with the redevelopment of the Northern State campus as a Center for Innovation and Technology in the Pacific Northwest. The Center’s first tenant is expected to be

Janicki Bioenergy. It is anticipated that more than 1,000 STEM jobs could be located at the Center within the next five years.

“We are excited to be a partner in Sedro-Woolley STEM Network because it supports technology companies and provides lasting opportunities for your youth,” said John Janicki, President of Janicki Industries. “Thanks to our community’s passion for innovation, excellence and education, the future of Sedro-Woolley has never been brighter.”

Washington STEM is a statewide nonprofit advancing excellence, equity, and innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. Launched in March 2011 with support from the business, education, and philanthropic communities, our goal is to reimagine and revitalize STEM education across Washington. For more information, go to www.washingtonstem.org.

For a complete list and descriptions of the STEM Networks visit www.washingtonstem.org/Our-Approach/STEM-Networks.

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Jan 13

There is a new Mayor in the City

Mayor WagonerMayor
Keith Wagoner
410 Talcott St
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
Business Phone: 360-855-1661, x1012