Activities in North Edmonds


Segway Tour for One, Two, or Four from Segway of Edmonds (Up to 57% Off)

Segway of Edmonds

Segway of Edmonds

Learn about Edmonds history or snap pictures of beautiful waterfront sunsets during 90-minute Segway tours along Puget Sound

$75 $37

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$30 for $85 Worth of Dance Lessons — Grafton Street Academy of Irish Dance

Grafton Street Academy Of Irish Dance

Edmonds

Learn the basics of Irish dance such as the Jig & Reel and impress everyone you know on St. Patricks Day! Wednesdays

$85 $30

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Four-Hour Fishing Trip for One, Two, Four, or Six from Puget Sound Sports Fishing (45% Off)

Puget Sound Sports Fishing

Puget Sound Sports Fishing

Experienced sportsman leads year-round saltwater-fishing expeditions in local waterways to catch coho salmon and king salmon

$180 $99

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Puget Sound Whale-Watching Tour for One, Two, Four, or Up to 10 from All Season Charters (Up to 60% Off)

All Season Charters

All Season Charters

Spot Pacific gray whales from 50-foot charter boat while sipping complimentary coffee and snapping photos

$68 $31

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Women's Self-Defense Classes or Unlimited Classes at Aikido Heiwa - Martial Arts for Peace (Up to 63% Off)

Aikido Heiwa - Martial Arts for Peace

Lynnwood

Instructors teach students of all ages and skill levels graceful take-downs designed for self-defense without unduly injuring opponents

$50 $25

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Ice Skating and Skate Rental for 2 or 4 at Lynnwood Ice Center (Up to 45% Off)

Lynnwood Ice Center

The Lynnwood Ice Center

Couples and families glide across the ice at a facility that hosts public skating sessions seven days a week

$20 $12

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  • Phat Factory DJ inc.
    Also known as DJ O'Please, Micheal Eddings has turned the tables for everything from break-dance competitions to car shows to wedding receptions to skating rinks. Though DJ’ing is his specialty, he doesn't limit himself to just the music: he also runs live fantasy-football drafts to get leagues started with a bang.
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    518 Main St.
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Edmonds Theater
    Perhaps it’s the new releases, the waterfront location, or the nearby cafes and restaurants that garnered the solitary screen at Edmonds Theater more than a thousand approving thumbs on Facebook. Or maybe it was that historic screen itself, flickering like a time-traveling DeLorean or the fire that engulfs an inexperienced magician’s top hat in an old-fashioned movie house complete with colorful murals and balcony seating. No strangers to performing their movie magic, the cinephile staff members of Edmonds Theater have fostered a devoted following. Generally screening one new movie at a time, they are also known to set aside a day or seven for thematic marathons, which go down even better with candy, nachos, or kettle corn.
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    415 Main Street
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Embellished
    After Joan Duce and her siblings Jim and Katy Reischling attended a painting class, they soon decided they enjoyed the pastime enough to open their own studio. Five local painters?some of whom have painted their whole lives, and have taught classes elsewhere?have joined the owners of Embellished in their mission to immerse visitors in a painting class free from the formalities of other art classes, such as berets and white-tie suits. The teachers lead students equipped with aprons, acrylic paints, and brushes through a step-by-step painting process from seats at private easels. Under their guidance, students have created canvas works such as a diptych of a vintage truck, portraits of flowers and trees, and re-creations of famous paintings such as Van Gogh's Starry Night. As they paint, participants can sip red and white wines and locally brewed IPAs, and snack on hors d'oeuvres to the tune of provided music and the sounds of paint drying on canvas.
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    111 4th Ave. N
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Edmonds Segway Tours
    After his first time riding a Segway, 11-year-old Gregg Jantz Jr. was hooked. There weren’t Segway tours in his hometown of Edmonds, so he and his father went to the company’s headquarters in New Hampshire to learn more about the self-balancing transporters. They were excited about what they learned there, leading to the creation of Segway of Edmonds. Today, visitors can take 90-minute tours of Puget Sound. By day, the tours take a historical angle, and educate groups about Olympic Beach and the mills that used to sit along the coast. Sunset tours create beautiful photo ops, and can be arranged to end with dinner at one of the waterfront restaurants. All tours begin with a 30-minute orientation session, and guides stop occasionally to take photos of groups and make sure no one has fused to their Segway. Visitors can also rent Segways for self-guided tours.
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    401 Main Street
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Twist Vinyasa Yoga
    Two months after she began practicing yoga, Jen Mitchell could touch her toes for the first time. She had turned to the art to help relieve the tightness in her lower body, the result of years spent as a teacher for group cycling classes. As she trained, she became more and more devoted to yoga's restorative power and relaxing aftereffects. Her exposure to the Vinyasa style made her feel as though she had "taken a shower from the inside out." She now leads a team of instructors at Twist Yoga, where she strives to acquaint patrons of all fitness levels with their innate potential. Twist Yoga?s instructors focus on slow, deliberate breath work and mantra in connection with proper posing technique. The classes encourage students to flex in pursuit of a still mind, but the lighthearted atmosphere eschews utter stoicism for humor and support. Modifications for many poses allow guests of all skill levels to find balance at their own pace. Temperatures in the studio can reach 84 degrees, causing bodies to release toxins and minds to reach a state of clarity while considering buying summer real estate on the sun.
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    122 5th Avenue South
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Segway of Edmonds
    After his first time riding a Segway, 11-year-old Gregg Jantz Jr. was hooked. There weren’t Segway tours in his hometown of Edmonds, so he and his father went to the company’s headquarters in New Hampshire to learn more about the self-balancing transporters. They were excited about what they learned there, leading to the creation of Segway of Edmonds. Today, visitors can take 90-minute tours of Puget Sound. By day, the tours take a historical angle, and educate groups about Olympic Beach and the mills that used to sit along the coast. Sunset tours create beautiful photo ops, and can be arranged to end with dinner at one of the waterfront restaurants. All tours begin with a 30-minute orientation session, and guides stop occasionally to take photos of groups and make sure no one has fused to their Segway. Visitors can also rent Segways for self-guided tours.
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    201 5th Ave S #106
    Edmonds, WA US

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