Campus Event

Eco Cache Competition

Learn about EvCC's sustainability programs and projects while competing for valuable prizes in the first-ever EvCC Eco Cache. To play, watch EvCC's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages for clues. Follow the clues to find facts hidden in places on campus that house or benefit current sustainability projects and programs. If you find a fact, follow the directions inside to claim your prize. Hint: You'll be asked to post a picture of your find on social media with hashtag #EvCCEarthWeek. The contest runs until all the hidden facts are found or until 4 p.m. April 23.

Musical Celebration with Dubsic

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. | East of Jackson Center (shine) or Baker Hall 120 (rain)
Celebrate Earth Week with free live music by Dubsic and snacks. 

EARTH DAY! Gardening with Ciscoe

Noon-1 p.m. | Whitehorse Hall second floor critique space
Long a favorite of North West gardeners, Ciscoe Morris is a master gardener with a lot of style! Join EvCC in welcoming Ciscoe as he  speaks about Pacific Northwest gardening. Question- and-answer session to follow. 

EARTH DAY! Home and Office Electronics Recycling

10 a.m.-2 p.m. | Parking Lot F
3-R Recycling provides free recycling of computers, printers, cell phones and other electronics. Read which items are accepted. 

EARTH DAY! Snohomish County Drug Take-Back Event

10 a.m.-2 p.m. | Liberty Hall first floor entry and lounge
Keep chemicals and drugs from harming the environment by bringing expired or unwanted prescription pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter medications for free disposal. This event is sponsored by EvCC and Snohomish County. Details here

Plant Swap and Sale

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring plants to trade and take free plants. This year, for the first time, you can also purchase window box succulents and herbs. All proceeds benefit the EvCC plant swap.

PSW presents Derek Smith & Kevin Craft

Possession Sound Writers presents Derek Smith and Kevin Craft in "Under the Sea: Poetry & Marine Archaeology." This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

PSW: April Poetry Month Read-In

Possession Sound Writers invites you to celebrate poetry with a reading by EvCC poets Carla Shafer, Kathryn Johnson, Bethany Reid, Chayuda Overby and more, who will read their latest works. Three of these poets are published in Crosscurrents (the Washington Community Colleges Humanities Association) among others. Host and poet/instructor: Kevin Craft. The event, which is free and open to the campus and the community, includes international poets reading in Filipino and Chinese (and maybe more languages).

Student Leader Job Applications DUE

Student LIFE is hiring over 30 paid Student Leader postions for the 2015-2016 academic year! For more information on the positions availble and to dowload an application go to: