Art Shows & Events
Eagle Festival Art Events:
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020
Enter the Eagle Photo Contest
Nature Art Contest
& Haiku Contest
Arlington Arts Council invites Snohomish County, Skagit County and Camano Island residents to enter the Eagle Photography contest, Nature Art contest, and a Haiku contest to be displayed at the art show on Sat. Feb. 1. Cash prizes of $50-$100! Art entries must be delivered to the show on Friday between noon and 6pm. Contest rules and entry forms are available at
Nature Art Show
Location: Olympic Theater & Café,
107 S. Olympic Avenue
Enjoy natural depictions of the beautiful Pacific Northwest flora and fauna as created by local artists. Eagle Photography Contest and Nature Art Show are hosted by the Arlington Arts Council.
Fiber Art Demonstrations
Location: Arlington United Church,
338 N MacLeod Ave.
See spinning wool fiber and other related crafts by NW Regional and Valley Spinners, unique mixed media dolls by Dollirious Cloth Doll Club, thread painted quilts by Judy Irish, art of embroidery by Cathy Callan, fabric basket weaving by Sherri McCarthy, dyed silk by Karen Lyons, and yarn art by Karen Lewis. Children and adults alike will delight at seeing and interacting with the textile artists as they demonstrate.
Children’s Art Activities
Location: City Hall, 238 N Olympic Avenue
Families will enjoy free hands-on crafting with the Arlington Arts Council. Paint wooden eagles and salmon.
Art in Legion Park
September 14 & 15, 2019
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Art of many kinds, kids' activities, and live music
in downtown Legion Park, 114 N Olympic Ave.
Halloween Costume Contest
AAC rewards the most creative costumes at Arlington's Hometown Halloween on the Saturday before, or on, Halloween. 1:00 at Legion Park.
Legends of the Blues Concert
Saturday, November 23, 2019 7:30pm at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center at the Arlington High School.
Featuring Janiva Magness.
Click here for more information.