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Maya grows up in a hive with strict rules, and has several conflicts with the Queen’s royal adviser. When she learns the bees are about to fight with hornets, she sets out to prevent a nasty battle.
22nd Annual Film Festival
Sorticulture: Everett’s Garden Arts Festival
Come mingle with our popcorn box ambassadors!
Sorticulture unites art and the garden in a celebration of creative outdoor living. Over 140 artists and nurseries gather to showcase distinctive hand-crafted garden art and unique plants to transform your backyard.
Learn tips and tricks from top regional gardening experts including special guest Ciscoe Morris Saturday at 2PM. Sorticulture also features display gardens, live music, wine garden, a food fair and free activities for the kids.
Colors of Freedom
Spot us in the parade during Everett’s celebration.
Bring a lawn chair and grab a front row seat for the best show in town! Enjoy the thrill of marching bands, dance & drill teams, giant puppets, stilt walkers, clowns and more! Free Everett Transit shuttles from Everett Station.
Free Kid’s Flick
We will sponsoring two screenings of Maya the Bee Movie. Our popcorn box people will be on hand for photo opportunities!
10:30am – Everett Public Library (North Branch)
1:30pm – Everett Public Library (South Branch)
July 20 & July 27
August 17 & August 24
Sail in Cinema
Our popcorn people will be dishing out the popcorn for Sail in Cinema at Boxcar Park. Movies include: Jaws, Grease, Wonder Woman and Top Gun.
More than just a film festival
A look through the lens of remarkable women
The Everett Film Festival offers engaging and thought-provoking films from around the country and across the globe with a unique look into the lives of women through documentaries, feature films, animations, and film shorts.