Integral Arts Everett is set to premiere the first annual Everett Community Art Walk, a temporary art exhibit that will be on display throughout various city locations. Visitors are invited to participate in a city-wide month long art scavenger hunt to explore the city and find artwork hidden throughout local businesses and community organizations. The exhibit will be free and open to the public and will be suitable for all ages.
It will continue throughout the entire month of October, and participants can view artwork on display anytime during the month.
With 30 participating organizations ready to host 50 pieces of artwork, the Everett Community Art Walk is poised to present an engaging art adventure, while showcasing local artists and boosting traffic to local businesses.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the entire city government of Everett, would like to invite everyone to the City of Everetts Annual Independence day celebration, on Saturday July 6th, from 5pm thru 9pm at Glendale park. Fireworks will immediately follow the festivities. Continue reading Annual Independence Day Celebration
When the idea for the Casino in Everett was first dreamt up, when the plans we presented and approved and when the building began to take shape and employees began making their way there to work, as friends and family began making plans to head there for an evening or a weekend or just to put a few bucks in play, there was the thought that the casino might be a panacea for the city of Everett.
That is to say, it might become the single biggest and best thing that has ever happened to the neighborhood. There was the thought that somehow millionaires and maybe even billionaires would come stay, and play, and take an interest in an area that is otherwise depressed; and the idea that millionaires and billionaires might be playing and staying close to the Eversource power plant, and the MBTA bus yard and tug boats floating through the mystic river, the idea was exciting.
Now, as the Casino has opened, we see that the calm before the storm has, well, continued. Rather than taking the neighborhood by storm, it has very calmly, peaceably, and in many ways gently entered our community, like a guest who sleeps in the night, makes breakfast in the morning and quietly wakes us when ready.