Community Events

62nd Annual Gem, Jewelry, and Mineral Show

Every year the Everett Rock & Gem Club sponsors a Gem, Jewelry and Mineral Show.  In 2015, it will be on May 2nd & 3rd (Sat. & Sun.).
Please join us!

May 2 2015 (All day) to May 3 2015 (All day)
International Club Meeting

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies, and cultural diversity.

For more info contact advisor, Ariana Stafford at or advisor Adja Fame at

May 4 2015 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Chinese Club Meeting

Chinese Club wants to introduce Chinese culture and traditions to the local community in order to enhance mutual understanding and appreciation. Encouraging diversity through sharing cultural activities and historical knowledge.

For more info contact advisor, Vikki King, (425)-388-9592 

May 4 2015 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
STEM & Humanities Café: Science is Not Our Friend

Science is Not Our Friend: Why the Good Life Needs the Humanities

This popular series, repeated from Winter Quarter 2015, explores the interdisciplinary considerations between STEM and the humanities. Sponsored by the Humanities Alliance and funded by the Office of Instruction, these presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Today's presenter: Mike VanQuickenborne (Philosophy)

May 5 2015 - 10:00am
Cinco de Mayo Awareness Celebration

10am-11am Aztec Dance/Aztec Roots Workshop
11:00am-1pm Mariachi Guadalajara de Seattle
1:20pm-1:50pm Baile Folkore Colibri
2:30pm-5pm La Batalla, Cinco de Mayo movie GWH 166

Cinco de Mayo is celebrated annually in honor of “La Batalla de Puebla” in which Mexican troops fought off the French from invading the Mexican territory. Cinco de Mayo is recognized as an American holiday to learn and honor their past. Yet this holiday is stereotyped as the day where Mexican restaurants get packed due to a whole day of cheap margaritas and free chips with salsa however this day signifies much more.
Everett Community College Student L.I.F.E., M.E.Ch.A, and Spanish Club welcome everyone to a day of fun while educating the community of the Mexican Culture. At 10am the day will commence with an opening ritual performed by an Aztec dance group from the Skagit Valley and Western Washington University community members. The dancers wear traditional garments; feather head-dresses and seed-leggings called “chachayotls” that make noise when the dancers move. The drum and sea shell alert you that something special is about to happen. The dances are all very expressive and represent the forces of nature, the universal four corners of the earth, human existence and the struggle for power among the elements. This opening will then transition to a workshop ending at 11:00am.  This workshop is led by the same Aztec Dance Group and will talk about the Mexican Community roots and the historical misconceptions that have been made about the Mexican natives. Being able to connect with the past is the best way to push people forward and celebrate the heritage that is being honored.
At 11:00 am, there will be live music by Mariachi Guadalajara de Seattle in the Jackson Conference Center. There will also be authentic Mexican snacks, drinks, and fun games/activities provided by M.E.Ch.A and Spanish club. 
At 1:20pm we will have a beautiful performance done by Baile Folklore Colibri. These dances are not just for show, but also to honor traditional Mexican dances from different parts of Mexico. Baile Folklore Colibri does a wonderful job in highlighting the significance of traditional dances from Mexico and they are proud to share their culture with their audience. 
To wrap up the day we will have a showing of La Batalla, Cinco de Mayo movie. A significant battle in Mexican history will be played in this historical war drama defining the Battle of Puebla. Mexico goes into battle with the French army, outnumbered and outgunned they boldly defeat the French. Come join us in watching this film that accentuates the events of Cinco de Mayo. After the film we will have a debriefing where students can engage in a conversation on their thoughts and opinion on the film.
For more information, please contact Edith Guzman Concerts Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Email at Lindsay Hudson, Student LIFE advisor, at (425) 425-9508 or Email at


May 5 2015 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday Travelogues: Belize & Tikal

The Humanities Alliance is pleased to present a series of travelogues Spring Quarter. These events are free and open to the campus and the community.  Today's presenter: Ariana Stafford.

May 5 2015 - 12:15pm
Real Talk Wednesday

Real Talk Wednesday is an open forum in which students, staff, faculty and community members can host meaningful and courageous conversations in order to 1) create community and 2) educate the campus on social justice issues, current events, trends, and topics that matter to you.

RTW Spring Quarter schedule is as follows:

Real Talk Wednesday
Grey Wolf Hall 168 from 3-5 pm

May 5th (Tuesday) - "Cinco de Mayo" movie with Student LIFE in GWH 166
May 13th - RTW facilitated by Jerod Grant (D&E Director)
May 20th - "My Revolution" by Yessica Marquez - RTW makes community mural. 
May 26th - RTW Potluck

For more information contact Abraham Rodriguez-Hernandez at

May 5 2015 - 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Precision Machining Info Session

Precision Machining Info Session

May 5 2015 - 6:00pm
Yoga in the Garden w/ Bev Anderson

SEA Club presents Yoga in the Garden w/ Bev Anderson

Learn Yoga for mind, spirit, and body. Learn yoga tips from EvCC’s instructor, Bev Anderson.

SEA is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives. For more info, contact advisor, Molly Beeman at

May 6 2015 - 1:30pm to 2:15pm
Dance Club Meeting

The purpose of this club is to make connections with other people by being involved in the club, to inspire one another through dancing, and of course, to have fun.

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For more info contact advisor, Jerod Grant at

May 6 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:30pm