June Packed with Sports Events Happening Throughout Snohomish County
SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Washington – June is the month for a variety of sports event happening throughout Snohomish County. From Stanwood-Camano Island to Snohomish, from Everett to Lake Stevens to Monroe, the next three weekends have a total of eleven sports events happening.
The upcoming weekend, June 15-16, hosts a variety of sports events in Stanwood-Camano Island, Snohomish and Monroe. The Stanwood/Camano Soapbox Derby, will be held Saturday at the Arrowhead Ranch. The racers, ages 7-17 years old, will compete in either the stock or super-stock division based on their age. Each division winner will receive a trip to the National Soap Box Derby Race in Akron, Ohio. FlowRider Pro/AM Competition, part of the USA Flow Tour, will be held at the Snohomish Aquatic Center, Saturday, and have Pro boarders from around the region. Competition begins at 12 pm. The Snohomish Aquatic Center has the only indoor surf simulation machine in the Pacific Northwest.Evergreen Half Marathon and 5 Mile, Saturday morning, is a USATF Certified Downhill Point to Point half Marathon and 5 Mile Run on the Centennial Trail. The race is being held in Historic Downtown Snohomish. Bubble Run has a new location for 2019. The race is scheduled from Sunday, June 16th at the Evergreen Speedway in Monroe. Run through colored bubble bogs and have fun with your friends!
The weekend of June 21-23 is another busy weekend with sports events in Everett, Lake Stevens, and Snohomish. Emerald City LANFest Resurrection is coming to the Angel of the Winds Arena, June 21-23. Emerald City LAN Fest is an opportunity for gamers to gather and compete. The 26th Annual Greater Seattle Boomerang tournament will be held at Lake Stevens Community Park, Saturday, June 22nd. All are welcome to attend and experience the best of the Northwest boomerang. The annual Snohomish United Invitational, hosted by Snohomish Youth Soccer Club, will have over 100 U9-U19 Boys & Girls soccer teams competing over the three days at Stocker Fields in Snohomish.
Another jam-packed weekend, June 28-30, of sports events are happening in Everett and Monroe. Everett Figure Skating Club is hosting their annual Star Spangled Skate at Everett Community Ice Rink, Friday – Sunday. Several skating events will happen throughout the three days including Solo Dance Events, National Qualifying Series – Singles and Adult Events. Crazy Monkey USA Kettlebell Championshipswill be Saturday, June 29th, at the Edward D. Hansen Conference Center in downtown Everett. This event is part of the 2019 International Kettlebell Organization World League Series. This annual kettlebell competition is expecting over 80 competitors throughout the Pacific Northwest Region. TriMonroe Triathlon, USA Triathlon Youth & Junior Elite National Qualifier, will have over 250 junior development triahletes from across the United State competing at Lake Tye Park, Monroe, on Saturday, June 29th.
Sports events that have been held in Snohomish County are the 2019 Ice Fest Skating Competitionwith over 500 skaters, 9th Annual Harvey Cup Boys Lacrosse tournament, and the 13th Annual LUAU AAU Basketball tournament with 156 teams.
About Snohomish County Sports Commission
The Snohomish County Sports Commission (SCSC) is the sports division of the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau. The SCSC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization. The Snohomish County Sports Commission works to enhance Snohomish County’s economy, image as a premier sports destination, and way of life for its residents by attracting diverse regional, national and international athletic events, assisting existing athletic events, supporting development of new athletic events and facilities, and marketing recreational and leisure activities to athletic event organizers and participants. For more information, visit www.snocosports.org.