Kenmore will host an evening of fun, food and comedy from 6:30-9 p.m. on July 11 at the Kenmore Community Club. Contributed image

Kenmore will host an evening of fun, food and comedy from 6:30-9 p.m. on July 11 at the Kenmore Community Club. Contributed image

First all-Kenmore Community Comedy night set for July 11

Event to feature local comedians, food and more.

  • Friday, June 29, 2018 10:26am
  • Life

Mark your calendars and and get ready to laugh as the Kenmore community hosts an evening of fun, food and comedy from 6:30-9 p.m. on July 11 at the Kenmore Community Club, 7304 NE 175th St.

The Kenmore Community Club has teamed up seven other community organizations to produce the first-ever Kenmore Comedy night.

The main event is a comedy laugh-off. Competing for your laughs in a friendly competition featuring some the local area’s up-and-coming comedians: Crackpot Comedy Troupe from the Thumbnail Theater in Snohomish, Inglemoor High School Impulse Improv Troup, Andrew Rivers, a pro funnyman from Bend, Washington, and Cory Michaelis, a former teacher and nationally known headliner.

There will be barbecue pulled chicken sandwiches and all the fixings provided by Briley’s BBQ and brief presentations by each of the participating community organizations, followed by comedy.

Community sponsors include Kenmore Heritage Society, Kenmore Senior Center, Arts of Kenmore, WhatsSUP Dragon Boat Club, Kenmore Waterfront Activities Center, Cascade Canoe and Kayak Racing Club and Northshore Performing Arts Center Foundation.

As a fundraiser, each club will sell voting tickets for a $1 donation, which audience members can use to vote for their favorite comedian.

See the Kenmore CC blog at for more.

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