For the past three decades, the Kiwanis of South Whidbey have sold fireworks and used that money for scholarships and other children’s endeavors.
Having spent most of her life writing other people’s stories, Margaret Bendet is finally seeing her own story published. What a story it is. The 70-year-old Langley woman tells the tales of her life centered around a 40-year journey of Eastern meditation after leaving her husband and a career in newspaper feature writing to follow an Indian holy man.
Scholar and pop culture historian Jennifer K. Stuller will present “Using Their Powers for Good: Geektivists, Geek Grrls, and Gaymers” at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 20 at Langley Library, 104 Second St. Stuller is a Seattle writer, scholar and pop culture historian. Her talk, presented by Langley Library and Humanities Washington, is free and open to the public.
RECORD STAFF Whidbey Island Center for the Arts takes on a monumental project: Staging Alan Ayckbourn’s comic trilogy “The Norman Conquests.”