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Parks Events

  1. 2017 Pavement Repairs at Centennial Trail Between City of Snohomish and Machias Trailhead - Sealcoating Delayed to June 2018

    September 5, 2017 - June 30, 2018 @ Centennial Trail

    Pavement preservation work on the Centennial Trail scheduled between September 6th and June 30, 2017. Sealcoating has been delayed until June 2018. Work includes pavement repairs and seal coating. During pavement repairs, public access to sections of the trail will be temporarily restricted. Trail users should plan on using alternate routes during these dates and or use a different trail or park. Snohomish County Parks Department has awarded a contract to Superior Asphalt, Inc. of Burien, Washington for pavement rehabilitation at multiple sites including the Centennial Trail and other locations for pavement rehabilitation of parking areas and trails. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the closures, please contact Associate Park Planner Dave McConnell at (425) 388-6627 or Construction Supervisor Bruno DeSimone at (206) 246-3237.

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  2. Swamp Lantern Festival

    March 15, 2018, 10:00 AM - April 21, 2018, 4:00 PM @ McCollum Pioneer Park

    Stroll the elevated nature trail. See native plants in bloom. Learn the forest, wetlands, fish, wildlife, and people connections. Enjoy the solitude and birdsong. Advance reservations required.

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  3. BEAVERS - The Biggest Dam Movie You Ever Saw

    March 16, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ McCollum Pioneer Park

    All About Beavers that will include a showing of the IMAX movie Beavers; a presentation on beaver habits, habitat requirements and physiology; and viewing of a beaver dam on North Creek. Back by popular demand! “Sammy the Salmon” will introduce the presentation describing why beaver dams are great rearing habitat for juvenile salmon and trout as well as beneficial to a wide range of wildlife. Then, the audience will get to see the IMAX movie Beavers. Take a virtual swim with beavers and experience the beautiful underwater habitat of one of natures greatest engineers.” This 31-minute movie is set in pristine forest and lakes that are in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The film follows the lives of a family of beavers. Watch baby beavers (kits) grow, play and, along with their parents, and transform the world.

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