Real Estate Investing Webinar Mount Vernon
Interested in real estate investing? Don't know where to start? Want to learn real estate investing by networking with like minded indviduals? Want to learn how to get out the rat race? If the answer is Yes, come join us! Learn real estate investment strategies such as fix and flip, buy, and hold, short sale, foreclosures, and multi family. Learn how to pay off your house in 10 years or less Learn how real estate investors fund real estate deals without your own money or credit! RSVP Now!
When: Oct 24, 2017 7pm in Mount Vernon, Washington
What Is The Missing Piece in Your Clients Financial Plan?
This is an event for professional advisors on how to have the conversation that matters most to your client. We will be joined by guest speaker Betty Krejci, Senior Director of Major Gifts at Lewis and Clark College, Oregon. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Oct 27, 2017 11:30AM in Mount Vernon, Washington
Seeking Safety Training - Skagit County
Skagit County Public Health is offering this free one-day training to individuals that work with young people! Please RSVP today to attend this training! By the end of the day, you will be able to: Implement Seeking Safety with adults and/or adolescents Review research and clinical issues in treating trauma and substance abuse Increase empathy and understanding of trauma and substance abuse Learn how to conduct Seeking Safety, an evidence-based model for trauma and/or substance abuse Obtain assessment and treatment resources Summary: The goal of this presentation is to describe Seeking Safety, an evidence-based model for trauma and/or substance abuse (clients do not have to have both issues). By the end of the training day, participants can implement Seeking Safety in their setting if they choose to.Seeking Safety teaches present-focused coping skills to help clients attain safety in their lives. It is highly flexible and can be conducted in any setting by a wide range of clinicians and also peers. There are 25 treatment topics, each representing a safe coping skill relevant to both trauma and/or substance abuse, such as “Asking for Help”, “Creating Meaning”, “Compassion”, and “Healing from Anger”. Topics can be done in any order and the treatment can be done in few or many sessions as time allows. Seeking Safety strives to increase hope through emphasis on ideals; it offers exercises, emotionally-evocative language, and quotations to engage patients; attends to clinician processes; and provide concrete strategies to build recovery skills. In this training we cover (a) background on trauma and substance abuse (rates, presentation, models and stages of treatment, clinical challenges); and (b) overview of Seeking Safety including evidence-base; and (c) clinical implementation such as use of the model with specific populations. For more information on Seeking Safety see www.seekingsafety.org. Trainer information: Summer Krause, LPC, CADCIII is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor III, with a clinical practice in Oregon that includes adolescent and adult Seeking Safety, in both individual and group modality. She has worked with Treatment Innovations since 2011. She counsels children, adolescents and adults and has spent the majority of her career working with adolescents. Her specialties are grief, trauma and addiction. After volunteering in juvenile detention centers for many years, starting in 1996, Summer went to graduate school to help address some of the underlying issues that contribute to youth entering the juvenile justice system. She completed her master’s degree in counseling with a focus on children and adolescents and has specialized training in trauma-informed care. She has worked in nonprofit, group home, juvenile justice, residential and outpatient settings. After being trained by Lisa Najavits in Seeking Safety, Summer implemented Seeking Safety groups for adolescent boys and girls in a residential treatment program.
When: Nov 3, 2017 8:30AM in Mount Vernon, Washington
Mount Vernon, WA - 2017 Women in Agriculture Conference
2017 Women in Agriculture Conference-Saturday, November 18. "We Can Do It" is the theme for the sixth annual Women in Agriculture Conference and will be an engaging, interactive day full of inspiration, learning and networking with other women farmers. The conference is a one-day event held simultaneously in 39 locations throughout Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Featured Speakers Both of our 2017 speakers, Alexis Taylor, Oregon Department of Ag Director, and Anne Schwartz, Blue Heron Farm owner, will inspire participants to strengthen their leadership skills, become leaders in their communities, become more involved with long-time farmers and guide and mentor new farmers. Panel Each event location will have a panel of local women farmers who will talk about their leadership roles, the challenges they have faced and how they have used a mentor to develop their skills. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact. It will be a full day of learning and networking! Who Should Attend? Whether you have been farming for several years, a new or aspiring farmer or employed on a farm or ranch, our conference has something for you. If you are a supporting spouse, student, intern or own an agriculture-related business, make plans to attend this event. Registration Details: Conference registration is $30, but if you register between October 5 and November 5, you will receive our Early Bird Special of $25. The conference registration fee includes the workshop, a light breakfast, lunch and all the conference materials. No refunds after November 12. Please note our registration categories: 1. Women Involved in Agriculture 2. Student 3. Purchase an extra ticket and ensure that an aspiring farmer will be able to attend the conference. Your conference registration purchase can be used at any of our event sites. Scholarship assistance is available. To request an application, send an e-mail to Margaret Viebrock at email@example.com or use the form on our website womeninag.wsu.edu. If you prefer to register with cash, check or money order, contact Donna Rolen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-745-8531 and we will send you a paper registration. Additional conference information can be found at womeninag.wsu.edu. Persons with disability requiring special accommodations while participating in this program may contact Margaret Viebrock at the email address listed above. WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local WSU Extension Office.
When: Nov 18, 2017 8:30AM to Nov 18, 2017 3:30PMin Mount Vernon, Washington
Cost: 5 - 30 USD
2017 Skagit Wine & Beer Festival - VIP Package
You will be delighted with wines, microbrews & spirits from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries as well as gourmet appetizers, and divine chocolate samplings made right in Skagit County. Saturday, November 183:00pm to 8:00pm VIP Tickets Include: Exclusive sampling hour, access to the VIP Lounge where you will enjoy interacting with the wine and beer reps as well as additional food samplings!
When: Nov 18, 2017 3pm in Mount Vernon, Washington
2017 Skagit Wine & Beer Festival - Designated Driver
Advance purchase discount!**Purchase your tickets now for last years price** You will be delighted with wines, microbrews & spirits from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries as well as gourmet appetizers, divine chocolate and delectable cheese samplings made right in Skagit County. **Note this ticket does not allow for consumption of alcohol** Saturday, November 194:00pm to 8:00pmEaglemont4800 Eaglemont Dr Mount Vernon, WA 98274
When: Nov 18, 2017 4pm in Mount Vernon, Washington
2017 Skagit Wine & Beer Festival - General Admission
You will be delighted with wines, microbrews & spirits from regions throughout Washington, including local Skagit County wineries as well as gourmet appetizers, divine chocolate and delectable cheese samplings made right in Skagit County. Saturday, November 184:00pm to 8:00pmEaglemont4800 Eaglemont Dr Mount Vernon, WA 98274
When: Nov 18, 2017 4pm in Mount Vernon, Washington
Event Info for Exhibitors
Event Status: Approved
Eligible Breeds: All AKC-Recognized Breeds , All American Dogs
Opening Date: Wed, Jul 19, 2017
Closing Date: Fri, Aug 25, 2017 11:30 PM
Time Zone: Pacific
Total Entry Limit: 660
Entry Method: First Received
Additional Event Info:
Event Chair Contact: Kathy Farrill 16109 230TH AVE SE MAPLE VALLEY, WA 98038-7007 email@example.com 426-761-2088
Additional Contact: Robin Cohen, Event SecretaryWhen:
16820 226TH AVE NE
WOODINVILLE, WA 98077-7443
Nov 24, 2017 12am to Nov 24, 2017 12am in Mount Vernon, Washington
A Christmas Story, The Musical
Theater Arts Guild (TAG) presents A Christmas Story, The Musical at the historic Lincoln Theatre. A Christmas Story, which received rave reviews on its Broadway run, is based on the movie classic that runs round-the-clock on television every Christmas. Set in the 1940s in the fictional town of Hohman, Indiana, the musical follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas gifts—an Official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. All the iconic scenes from the movie are here: Ralphie’s friend, Flick, getting his tongue stuck to the flagpole; his brother, Randy, getting dressed in his snowsuit; the bullies, Farkus and Dill; the leg lamp award; the bunny suit; the Chinese restaurant; Christmas dinner; and many others. A Christmas Story, The Musical will bring an exciting new dimension to those who have seen the movie and will certainly stand on its own for those who haven’t. Saturday, Nov 26, 7:30 pm Sunday, Nov 27, 1:30 pm Thursday, Dec 1, 7:30 pm $15 Bargain Night! Friday, Dec 2, 7:30 pm Saturday, Dec 3, 7:30 pm Sunday, Dec 4, 1:30 pm Wednesday, Dec 7, 7:30 pm Friday, Dec 9, 7:30 pm Saturday, Dec 10, 3pm
When: Nov 26, 2017 7:30PM in Mount Vernon, Washington
DD Advisory Board Celebration
Throughout there year, we have all worked hard on ensuring that individuals with disabilities and their families recieve essential resouces and services they need. This celebration is to acknowledge all the hard work our partners in the Developmental Disabilities Program have accomplished each year.
When: Dec 12, 2017 12pm in Mount Vernon, Washington