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    Port of Everett News for the Week of October 21st

    Last updated 5 months ago

    Tuesday October 22
    Tuesday Trivia: True or False, you can have a port without water.

    Wednesday October 23
    Answer to yesterday’s trivia: True! For instance, many airports are port districts. The primary purpose of a port district in Washington State is economic development – and you don’t need a navigable waterway to do that, but it helps!

    Thursday October 24
    For boaters: The Port of Everett Marina offers a safe, secure, convenient and affordable option for winter upland boat and gear storage. Prepay for six months and receive a free annual boat launch pass!

    Friday October 25
    Who supports United Way? The Port of Everett Marina does!
     

    Saturday October 26
    Mornings and evenings are starting to get cold! Please be careful on the docks as we move into this wet and cold weather!
     
    Sunday October 27
    Save the Date! Holiday on the Bay is on December 7th this year! Get ready for a holiday craft fair, a lighted boat parade, a visit from Santa, and for the first time an evening adults only craft fair with craft beer, wine and spirits!
     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of October 14th

    Last updated 6 months ago

    Monday October 14

    The Port of Everett is inviting you to join us for a Celebration of the Mukilteo Tank Farm Transfer. The event is this Friday, Oct. 18 at Rose Hill Community Center beginning at 9:30 a.m. Be sure to RSVP!

     

    Tuesday October 15

    Tuesday Trivia: The Port of Everett is committed to a cleaner environment. How much contaminated soil (in number of dump trucks) has the Port removed?

     

    Wednesday October 16

    Answer to yesterday’s trivia: The Port of Everett has removed 7,700 dump trucks of contaminated soil! Learn more about the Ports environmental efforts on our website

    http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=37

     

    Thursday October 17

    Don’t forget tomorrow is the Mukilteo Tank Farm Celebration at Rose Hill Community Center!

     

    Friday October 18

    Did you show your car or help support the Wheels on the Waterfront Car Show this year? If so, thank you! The event raised $6,600 for the Providence Foundation Cancer Patient Assistant Fund!

     

    Saturday October 19

    Did you know you can see weasels at the waterfront? Look along the rocks next time you are here!

     

    Sunday October 20

    Some of the best sunsets in the Pacific Northwest are seen in the fall. Check out this Port of Everett Marina sunset photo and come down to enjoy a sunset of your own while this great weather lasts!

     

     

    • Mukilteo Tank Farm Transfer Celebration
    • Sunset
    • weasels
    • Wheels on the waterfront

    Port of Everett News for the Week of October 7th

    Last updated 6 months ago

    Monday October 7

    ATTENTION BOATERS: Want to pull your boat out of the water for the winter? Storage yards are available year round. If you need to do some work on your boat this winter, we have discounts on the work yard from November to March. Prices start at $10/ft/month for open stalls and $15/ft/month for covered stalls starting in November!

     

    Tuesday October 8

    Tuesday Trivia! What percent of goods that are imported and exported in the United States are handled by seaports?

     

    Wednesday October 9

    The answer to yesterday’s trivia: Seaports handle 99 percent of the goods that are imported and exported in the United States!

     

    Thursday October 10

    Have you met your new commissioner? Glen Bachman comes to us with 30 years of real estate experience as well as experience as ICSC Western States Director for Government Affairs and a board member of the Washington State Retail Association. For more information on Commissioner Bachmann, visit:

    http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=95

     

    Friday October 11

    It is that time of year again! The Port of Everett has started its budget process. Learn how you can plug into the process here. http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=10&recordid=973

     

    Saturday October 12

    To date, the Port of Everett is up more than 100,000 tons of cargo from last year! In 2012, we were at 176,943 tons for the year; today we are at 279,091 tons!

     

    Sunday October 13

    For ORCA students, on the first day of class, the school was empty. Read how local students spent their first day learning about the Salish ecosystem with no books, labs or lectures. http://m.heraldnet.com/heraldnet/db_285569/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=I7QJBQdO

     

     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of September 30th

    Last updated 6 months ago

    Monday September 30
    Seaport leadership at the annual breakbulk conference drumming up new shipping business and jobs for our community.  
     

    Tuesday October 1
    Tuesday Trivia!
    Where do Washington Port’s rank nationally?


    Wednesday October 2
    The answer to yesterday’s trivia: Washington has the largest locally controlled public port system in the world with 75 port districts. While the state has 2 percent of the U.S. population, its ports handle 7 percent of U.S. exports!


    Thursday October 3
    Port of Everett Marina live from Paris! Some recent visitors to the Port of Everett Marina liked their visiting boater bag so much that they took it all over the world with them!

     

    Friday October 4
    This Sunday is the LAST day of the Waterfront Farmer’s Market until next summer! Vendors will be open between 11a.m. – 4 p.m.
     


    Saturday October 5
    The Port Commission meets October 8 at 5 p.m. For a full calendar of all Port of Everett events, including Commission Meetings, visit

    http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=9


    Sunday October 6
    Scuttlebutt’s at Waterfront Center is now open for breakfast on Sunday! Stop by and check it out.

     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of September 23rd

    Last updated 6 months ago

    Tuesday, September 24
    Check out this new Port of Everett Seaport video!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGK6lvWbVsw

    Tuesday September 24
    Tuesday Trivia! What are the top three merchandise exports from Washington Ports to the rest of the world?

    Wednesday September 25
    The answer to yesterday’s trivia: The first one is the easiest to guess with Boeing located right here in Washington State; the top export is aircraft, engines and parts. The second and third are not as easy with soybeans as the second and oil and light oils as the third.

    Thursday September 26
    FOR DECADES, the Port has been working with the City of Mukilteo, City of Everett, Washington State Ferries, Sound Transit and Community Transit to secure an almost 20 acre tank farm for transportation and community access purposes. Last week, the Port authorized the acceptance of the Mukilteo Tank Farm from the U.S. Air Force which will create huge changes to the Mukilteo waterfront in the near future! Read here for more information.

    http://http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=10&recordid=966&returnurl=index.asp%3Fpage%3D10

    Friday September 27
    There are a lot of fall events in and around Everett this weekend including the Everett Schack-toberfest: Art and Harvest Festival and the Stanwood Harvest Jubilee Fall Farm Tour. What are your plans this weekend to kick off the fall season?  

    Saturday 28
    Today is the Milltown Sailing Swap Meet. Empty your garage and lazarette and sign up today or simply come to shop! To reserve a spot, call 206-724-6021 or email swapmeet@milltownsailing.org. Visit http://www.milltownsailing.org for more information.

    Sunday September 29
    Only three more weeks (including today) left of the Everett Waterfront Farmer’s Market! Be sure to come by today between 11:00am – 4:00pm as the market wraps up for the season.

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