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More than four dozen lads and lasses from South Whidbey are part of the Rampant Kilt Society.
Theatrics include the world’s largest wedgie, a flying piano, human ceiling fan and a hair hang act.
Max Lindsay-Thorsen and Tatiana Rocha always knew they wanted to build treehouses.
Visitors gather to take their turns on carnival rides and watch beloved 4-H animals compete.
Adrienne Lyle and her horse, Salvino, set two American records in their Olympic qualifying events.
Gary Gabelein has a long history of involvement with the Whidbey Island Fair.
A beloved tradition that took a hiatus in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic is back this year.
More than 500 people stopped by for a creative and delicious treat at the 2019 fair.
Thousands of pages digitized and free to view online
F or Becca Heavrin, creating art is a process of discovery.
Goats who miraculously recovered from injury and illness will compete at the upcoming fair.
Tickets are selling fast for a performer who has a special connection with Whidbey Island.
International cabaret artist Steve Ross will bring his talent to Whidbey Island July 21-22.
Oak Harbor residents lined Bayshore Drive for the Fourth of July parade.
Whidbey has seaweed on its shores and there are many ways an adventurous eater can try a bite.
North Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association is offering a series of monthly safety classes to the public.
The event will run from 11 a.m. Friday, July 23 through 4 p.m. Monday Aug. 2.
Ruth Mattson is the Oak Harbor Library’s featured artist for July.
Amanda Ferrara owns 14 scaly friends of her own, each with its own unique personality.
The friendly rooster resides on a North Whidbey farm.