Go on starlight beach walk in Edmonds | A&E brief

Dec 16, 2015

Join local beach watchers and ranger-naturalists from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19, for an evening of winter discovery under the stars at low tide in Edmonds.

Explore the beach as the tide goes out then warm up with some hot chocolate.

Meet at the Olympic Beach Visitor Station, at 200 Admiral Way in Edmonds, at the base of the fishing pier.

All ages are welcome. Bring a flashlight and dress for the weather. Rubber boots are recommended. No registration is required.

This free event is sponsored by the Edmonds Discovery Programs, WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers and Snohomish County Marine Resources Committee.

The Beach Watchers are volunteers dedicated to the protection of local natural resources, especially focusing on Puget Sound. They are involved in education, research and restoration projects along Snohomish County shorelines.

Discovery staff provide interpretive and environmental education opportunities for the school-age children and visitors to Edmonds parks and beaches. They also promote stewardship of Puget Sound, its shorelines, and the surrounding watershed.

The visitor station is open weekends from noon to 5 p.m., from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The station is staffed by ranger-naturalists and volunteer beach docents.

All ages are welcome. Call 425-771-0227 or visit http://edmondswa.gov/2011-10-03-01-14-39.html for more information.

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