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An art exhibit highlighting the impact of prostitution and the sex-slave trade opens at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts in Langley today. Prostitution is said to be the oldest profession in the world, but the reality is that prostitution is the oldest ongoing abuse, according to a news release. "Unmade Bed" is an exhibit of visual art that tackles the heart response to the sex slave trade.
Community Events, October 2016
A Bird in the Hand, a close up look at birds presented by the Whidbey Audubon Society every other year, is this weekend in Bayview. The event is noon until 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18 at Bayview Farm and Garden, 2780 Marshview Ave. Entry is free.
With a flutter of his baton, Jerry Mader signals to his pupils that the time has come to belt it out.
Telling a nearly 1,500-year-old Celtic story is challenging on its own. Memorizing it is another task entirely, and one Jill Johnson of Langley is taking on with a dozen other storytellers March 19 in Seattle.
High school artists are invited to participate in the Art Show for Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month and share their perspective on climate change.