Kind Fest Celebrates Second Year

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Inspired by the desire to shine a light on one of the easiest and most effective tools for creating connection, joy, positive change and community––kindness, the first Kind Fest was held in 2017 at the same location. Founder Angie Louthan set out to create an experience of kindness that would touch all five senses. She strongly encouraged kindness partners that set up booths to make an interactive and interesting way to help festival-goers receive or give kindness. The inaugural Kind Fest was so successful and fun that the Kind Krew will be back at it again this August.

Free admission and parking. Location: 6705 Puget Park Dr., Snohomish. For more information, visit TheKindFest.com.

The Kind Fest will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., August 18, at Willis D. Tucker Community Park, in Snohomish. Join more than 100 collective businesses, artists, musicians, organizations and kindness champions in celebrating what a simple act of kindness can do by becoming part of the kindness revolution and attending this year’s festival. Activities for all ages include: guest speakers, live music, yoga, face painting, arts and crafts, food vendors, kindness education, live art and more.