Ebey’s Landing celebrates 30 years

Next month, Ebey’s Landing will celebrate its 30th year as a National Historic Reserve. A series of workshops will be held Nov. 7 and

8 designed to highlight the Reserve’s rural heritage.

There will be two days of field trips, workshops, keynote speakers, panels, local foods, exhibitions and music as attendees discover, explore and celebrate a uniquely American cultural landscape.

Friday’s program offers eight different field trips covering the historic waterfront, pre-1850 native villages and sustainable farming

Saturday’s program features keynote speakers John J. Reynolds and Arlin Wasserman, and eight different breakout sessions to choose from. Each day concludes with a celebration at one of Ebey’s historic barns.

Registration forms are available now, with an Oct. 31 deadline. Contact to download a form and view event details. Locally, registration packets are available at Coupeville’s visitor center, Island County Historical Museum and the Coupeville Library.

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