News in Brief

Mayor’s Crimson Kids Program Gives Furry Experience

Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Crimson Kids Summer Program has provided youth in Everett with a unique opportunity to learn, stay active and enjoy the summer while following all safety measures to avoid spreading COVID 19.

On Thursday, kids in the summer program learned many interesting facts about some of the more “curious creatures” that exist, including a Chinchilla and a Python.

The program officially ends next week. Registration for the final week is open until Thursday at noon.

DeMaria Announces Drive in Movie Night Showing ‘Moana’

Mayor Carlo DeMaria is proud to announce the City of Everett will host its third Drive-in movie night on Friday, August 14.

Gates open at 7 p.m.

In effort to continue to host family-friendly events, while practicing social distancing the original summer movie night series the city has hosted in the past has evolved into Drive-in movie nights at Rivergreen Park.

After a ‘Battle of the Movies’ competition on Facebook, residents agreed upon the child favorite, “Moana.”

In accordance to Mayor DeMaria’s Executive Order, effective August 10, residents are required to wear face coverings in all areas outside of their vehicles – even when practicing social distancing. Failure to do so will result in a fine. Residents are also asked to continue to follow state guidelines by remaining six feet apart.

Space is limited to the first 120 vehicles. There will also be a seating area for residents who do not have access to a vehicle. Complimentary popcorn and drinks will be served.

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