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GROW Washington will be presenting at the Washington State revitalize waMain Street Conference this year in Bellingham on May 6, 7 and 8th.  Carolyn Eslick, Executive Director, Tiffany McVeety, Board member and Educator and Kathy Cotterill will be presenting our story.  The session is on Thursday May 7th at 3pm at the Mount Baker Theatre.

“Every Dream is Welcome”  Running a small business will always be a challenge, but it’s GROW Washington aim to make it a little easier.  Their mission is to promote entrepreneurialism in Washington and create a sustainable environment for small businesses throughout the state.

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GROW Washington, Everett Farmers Market, and Green Drinks

April 13, 2015

GROW Washington, Everett Farmers Market, and Green Drinks so what do these have in common? Well, local businesses teaming up together to offer Washington made goods to our community. Join us at Green Drinks on April 15th to be Sponsored by GROW Washington in Everett and hosted by the Everett Farmers Markets, from 5 to […]

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Snohomish on the Rocks – Distillery Festival

March 15, 2015

Was held on March 21, 2015 at the Thomas Family Farm – 9010 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, Washington 98296 Snohomish on the Rocks distillery event showcasing spirits from over 25 local distilleries. Tickets were just $30 per session which includes 8 tastings and 1 food voucher for the food trucks. Purchase bottles of your favorite(s) at the event […]

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Craft Swap/Trade/Buy a Day at the Everett Grow Washington Store

March 3, 2015

Saturday, March 7th from 8:30 to 12:30 3013 Colby, Everett 98201   Artists and Crafters will be offering all kinds of supplies for sale, trade or donation.   You may find some treasures you’ve have been looking for and at bargain prices. If you have excess craft items contact Nancy Sunde at nancysunde9@gmail.com to plan […]

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I am WE – Pattillo Gang – Everett Public Library

February 10, 2015

“Come encourage the Pattillo Gang before they go off to the NSA NW Speakers Academy. This is a Kick-Off presentation, their first large group and your feedback and suggestions will be valuable for future presentations.” Date: 2-15 Sunday Time: 3-4pm Where: Everett Public Library 2702 Hoyt Avenue Everett, WA 98201 click for directions   Reception […]

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Grow Washington Watches Construction of the Everett Courtyard by Marriott Hotel

December 31, 2014

Yes … the Grow Washington Store in Everett remains open during construction of our soon to be next door neighbor, the Everett Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. We would like to thank all the customers who are going out of their way to make it into the store. Parking is difficult, and we’ve heard several stories […]

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A Passionate Northwest Artist – Denise LeBlanc

December 19, 2014

Denise LeBlanc is a native-born resident of Washington State.  Denise is a graduate of the University of Washington with degrees in Art, Special Education, Communications, and English. In the public school system, she had the opportunity to share her love of art with students who have emotional and behavioral disabilities. She encourages these special individuals to […]

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Grow Washington Sultan Gets Hugh Signs

December 19, 2014

On December 14, 2014 GROW Washington in the Sultan store had 2 of them 8’ x 10 signs hung on the building.

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Start Up Success Class – December 15th

December 14, 2014

Grow Washington Founder and Director Carolyn Eslick will be teaching a “Start Up Success” class Monday, December 15th at 5:00pm Grow Washington Store in Snohomish  1204 First Street For more information call (425) 210-2426  

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Grow Washington is hosting a “Meet the Authors” weekend on Saturday and Sunday December 13 and 14

December 10, 2014

Meet the Authors Weekend on Saturday and Sunday December 13 and 14 at the Snohomish Grow Washington and the Everett Store locations. Where Eagles Nest is written by Helen Wand and features her pioneer family coming to the Pacific Northwest in the late 1800’s. The story begins when Alex and Juliana Lampert immigrate from Lichtestein in search of land […]

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