The third Thursday Everett Art Walk is set for November 17th in downtown Everett, Washington. Nine venues will be participating this week. Here’s a link to the map of all the participants. Everett Art Walk has been happening on the third Thursday of the month since 2017 with a break during the Pandemic. The various venues offer many varieties of art and all are within walking distance of one another. There’s usually plenty of street parking or you can park in the EverPark garage on Hoyt. Here’s the list of participating venues and times.
Zamarama Gallery 5-9pm
2936 Colby Ave Everett Washington
Tabby’s Coffee 4-7pm
2702 Hoyt Ave, Everett
Salish Sea Ceramic Studio 5 to 9pm
1111 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA, USA
Port Gardner Bay Winery 5-9pm
3006 Rucker Ave Everett Washington
Lucky Dime Open 4pm-Midnight
1618 Hewitt Avenue, Everett, WA, USA
Everett Improv 5 Close
2610 Colby Avenue, Everett, WA, USA
Black Lab Gallery 6-9pm
1805 Hewitt Avenue, Everett, WA, USA
Artspace Everett Lofts 6-9pm
2917 Hoyt Ave, Everett
Artisans PNW 5-8pm
1800 Hewitt Avenue, Everett, WA, USA
This week there’s an added bonus. The Downtown Everett Association added a Wintertide event, Sip & Shop. While the Everett Art Walk is free there is a $20.00 charge for Sip and Shop tickets. Here’s more about the event.
Explore seven boutiques and galleries while sampling a different local, hand-crafted beverage at each location. Each ticket includes one tasting glass, a four-compartment wine bottle tote, and seven tasting tickets.
Each business will have a special offering for ticket holders, such as early access to Small Business Saturday deals, samples, opportunities to shop winter products before they launch for the season, pop-ups, and gifts with purchase. Bring your friends and get treated to a one-night-only VIP shopping experience in Downtown Everett!
Check-in will be hosted by Wick•Ed Wine & Social Club (featuring a bonus tasting!) and the bottle shop will be located at Petrikor.
Here’s a link to the Sip & Shop web page with a list of all the participating businesses.