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I June 211 2006 - Mukilteo Beacon - 3 FOURTH THURSDAY ART WALK Join us on the 4th Thursday of each month during the summer for a community Art Walk sponsored by the Mukilteo Arts Guild from 6pro to 8pm. Enjoy new ARYf M U k i I t e o S P e e d W a Y exhibits each month and experience special events by GUILD the Guild and local businesses. I 1st Street I Rosehill Community Ctr Rm 103 I'1 304 Lincoln Avenue KLM Whidbey Coffee Courtyard RAILROAD 619 4th Avenue C Mickey's Hometown Barbershop 405 Lincoln Riley's Pizza 625 Lincoln P C B E P n C O I n D I Gallely of Homes 610 5th Street J 3rd Street RE/MAX Trinity Properties 627 5th Street, Suite 101 A Lisa J. Spreacker Gallery P 729 5th Street H P Beacon Publishing, Inc. 806 5th Street F G Tin Fish 204 Lincoln Edward Jones 712 3rd Street Paula Rey Studio 724 1st Street P 5th Street " Steve Goodridge Studio 724 1st Street M Now Productions 724 let Street A autiful summer eve- mini-galleries where artists where artworks will be dis- ing: A pleasant stroll can display their work. played. Additional maps will around Old Town. And origi- Art lovers can take a break be available at Rosehill Com- nal art of all kinds to see and at Lincoln Courtyard where munity Center, 304 Lincoln savor, musicians, poets, actors and Ave Room 103. All the ingredients are in other talents are featured Future Art Walks are slat- place - even the weather fore- during Open Mike Night each ed on July 27 and Aug. 24. cast appears promising - for Thursday throughout the These events are presented the first Art Walk sponsored summer, by the Mukilteo Arts Guild, a by the Mukilteo Arts Guild Performers entertain at no nonprofit organization dedi- on Thursday, June 22. charge from 6-8 p.m. at the cated to fostering and pro- From 6-8 p.m Old Town Whidbey Coffee CafG 619 4th moting the arts. For more in- businesses will remain open, St. formation call (425) 423-0450. turning themselves into The adjacent map shows force combats beach destruction B eachcombing is here to stay. And thisor weed-removal activities is not required. summer the Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries However, the task force is looking for vol- Enhancement Task Force invites you to join unteers for the volunteer cleanup portion of in. these events. The task force, working with the Sno- To volunteer call or email Kristin Mar- homish County Marine Resources Council shall at (425) 252-6686 or cara@stillysnofish. and WSU Beach Watchers, will host several org. Beach Expo and volunteer cleanup events at "No one enjoys seeing foam, plastic, alu- beaches throughout Snohomish County. minum cans, oil, broken glass, fish hooks, There will also be a volunteer river clean- paper or any other waste floating down or up event, running into a stream or collecting along The schedule: shores and riverbanks," says a task force o Beach Expo/cleanup at Howarth spokesman. Park in Everett: Saturday, June 24:9 am-12 "However, this garbage poses more sig- noon nificant threats than those to beach-goers o Beach Expo/cleanup at Mukilteo and local beaches. Many pollutants, includ- Lighthouse Park in Mukilteo: Saturday, July ing toxic and chemical waste such as oil 8: 9am-llam and pesticides, and plastic debris, including o Beach Expo/Ivy Pull at Kayak Point six-pack rings, Styrofoam, and plastic bags, Park in Tulalip: Sunday, Aug. 6: 8am-llam pose a danger to salmon and other aquatic o North Fork Stillaguamish River organisms." Cleanup near Arlington: Saturday, Aug. 26: In one oceanic convergence zone in the 10am-lpm North Pacific, called the North Pacific cen- tral gyre, scientists aboard a research ves- The free Beach Expo events are open to sel found "the mass of plastic to be six times the public, and participation in the cleanup higher than that of plankton." NOW OPEN IN EVERETT FURNITURE Quality Real Wood Furniture Since 1975 10 SE Everett Mall Way 425-513-8721 we open Please contact us at: 877.948.4077 $15.99 $15.99 EARLY DINNER FAVORITES NOW AVAILABLE SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY DINNER FROM 4:00 P.M. UNTIL 6:00 P.M. THREE COURSE DINNERS INCLUDE YOUR CHOICE OF CHOWDER, SALAD, ENTRI~E, DESSERT COMPLIMENTARY GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE STARTERS ARNIES CLAM CHOWDER a favorite for over 20 years. CAESAR SALAD OR MIXED SEASONAL GREENS Classic Caesar or basil vinaigrette, honey-dijon or blue cheese dressing. CLASSIC BAY SHRIMP COCKTAIL With house made cocktail sauce. FEATURED ENTRI ES ARNIES PIT ROASTED ~NG SA~ON SEAFOOD GRILL Lightly smoked, then flame grilled King Salmon fillet and a skewer with lemon beurre bl d fried of prawns and llops capers. Garlic mashed potatoes grilled with citrus butter. and seasonal vegetables. HALIBUT & CHIPS ARNIES CLASSIC CAESAR An Arnies favorite. Beer battered Housemade dressing, croutons and and served with roasted fresh Parmesan onion tartar sauce. ,~,~,~ ~,- NORTHWEST SEAFOOD FETTUCCINE Sauteed prawns, bay shrimp, clams, Is and fresh fish in a Parmesan cream sauce. CASHEW CRUSTED LINGCOD Fillet breaded with cashews, 1 d Jap e bread bs, pan fried and d with roasted onion SHRIMP LOUIE Bay shrimp, asparagus, tomato, black oil d hard boiled egg on shaved iceberg with Louie dressing. MISO GRILLED FLANK STEAK Miso marinated flank steak ' grilled and S d with sauteed almond spinach. tarter sauce. DESSERT CHOCOLATE MOUSSE OLYMPIC MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM HOUSEMADE KEY LIME PIE Entertainment and Passport offers not valid with special Early Di pricing. 714 2nd St Mukilteo (425) 355-2181