Holiday Events

Holiday Lighing Contest

Auction to support Everett Recovery Cafe

Holiday Party

Read below for more information

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Welcome to Riverside Neighborhood Association

Monthly Riverside Meeting

December 13th, 2022

6:30-8:00 PM

Garfield Elementary School Library

2215 Pine St. 

AND Virtual CLICK HERE to Join Virtually

Happy Holidays

AGENDA

  • Riverside News

  • Holiday Lighting Winners

  • Auction to support Everett Recovery Cafe- see below for more info

  • City Council Report

  • Holiday Party

Happy Holidays

HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES

Help us support
Everett Recovery Cafe

Each year Riverside Neighbors select a non-profit to support and this year it is Everett Recovery Cafe. The mission of Everett Recovery Cafe  is to empower long-term transformation through human connection and a safe, healing community for those in recovery from the trauma of homelessness, addiction, and mental health challenges.

Join us for an Auction on December 13th at 6:30 pn at Garfield Elementary to raise funds. 

Bring items to Auction off- suggestions include baskets of items, homemade goodies.

Some current auction items include:

  • Schack gift card

  • Zoo tickets

  • The Loft Coffe Bar gift Certificate

Bring cash or your check book to the meeting!  We will aslo take Venmo

Learn more about Everett Recovery Cafe by attending our December Neighborhood Meeting and Party!

Holiday Lighting Contest

Join in a Riverside tradition by decorating your home for the holidays.  Nominate yourself or a neighbor by clicking HERE.  Judging occurs on December 12th and winners announced on 12/14.  Below are the Categories and Rules

CATEGORIES

  • Best Decorated (3 winners)

  • Best Theme-Vintage Christmas

  • Best Wreath

  • Best Daytime

  • Best Blow up

  • Best  Decorated Tree (inside or outside)

  • Best Decorated Block

  • Best Decorated Business

RULES

  1. Open to Riverside residents only.

  2. Address numbers must be visible from the street day and night.

  3. Nominees are not allowed to win in the same category for 3 years. Don't let this discourage you from decorating. There are many categories and you can still help your block be a winner.

  4. Homes with decorations that have been left up from previous holidays will be ineligible for a prize, (except for white twinkle lights that are meant to use year round).

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Art in the Park

Why do we have the circle of dirt at Garfield Park?  Yes, there is a reason!  It is for a piece of art, our very own Riverside Story Pole.  Neighbors can participate.

 The Story Pole will portray Riverside’s rich industrial history from canoe and boats on the river, lumber mills, railroad and heavy industries all made out of scrap metal.  It will recognize the rich contributions of the people who worked to support these industries, where families were raised, food was grown, and neighbors gathered for recreation.

Call For Artist for Riverside Neighborhood Art Project

The Riverside Neighborhood in collaboration with the City of Everett is seeking an artist to design a free-standing Story Pole fabricated from scrap metal objects for Garfield Park located at 23rd street and Walnut Avenue. Everett WA 98201,

The Story Pole will portray the Riverside Neighborhood’s rich industrial history. The story begins with canoe and boat traffic on the Snohomish River, lumber mills once sited on its shores, the railroad that skirts the edge of our community, the heavy industries that employed and supported our citizens together with various modes of transportation from streetcars to airplanes. The Story Pole will recognize the extraordinary contributions of the people who worked to support these industries and improve their community. It will include places where families were raised, food was grown, and neighbors gathered for recreation.

A budget of $2500.00 has been designated for the design phase of the artwork. Additional funding for fabrication, engineering and installation of the artwork is anticipated to be available in the next fiscal year. Though not required, candidates who have the artistic and technical skills set to fabricate and install the Story Pole are encouraged to apply.

Funding for this project comes from a 2022 City of Everett Cultural Arts Grant awarded to the Riverside Neighborhood Association by the Cultural Arts Commission.

The deadline for submissions is Monday, October 31, 2022.  The application and more information can be found HERE.

Process for creating Story Pole

  • We have received a grant for this first phase which enables us to work with an artist on the design.

  • In order to create the design, we need some idea of scrap metal pieces people have lying around.  We also have contacted Public Works!

  • Once we have the design, we will seek more grant funding to actually build the art piece and have it installed.  

  • If you would like to Donate to help us complete this project, you can donate HERE.

Upcoming Events

  • Riverside Neighborhood Monthly Meeting
    Multiple Dates
    Tue, Dec 13
    ZOOM
    Dec 13, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    ZOOM
    Connect with your neighbors
  • Riverside Neighborhood Monthly Meeting
    Multiple Dates
    Tue, Nov 08
    ZOOM
    Nov 08, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    ZOOM
    Come hear from the Mayor and particapate in Question and Answer, In person and online
  • Riverside Neighborhood Monthly Meeting
    Multiple Dates
    Tue, Oct 11
    ZOOM
    Oct 11, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    ZOOM
    Hear from Police, IT's time for the Halloween decorating Contest, Featured Speaker- Garth Fell, County Auditor speaking about elections, hybrid meeting in person adn online

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