A body of liquid on the surface of the world is a good description of “Lake.” Both the body of water and the band.
Here’s a collective of voices and musicians who, like the unconfined limitlessness of water in a lake, use their talents to a pliable, refreshing effect.
It’s a real jungle at Whidbey Children’s Theater this month.
Thirty-two Whidbey Island youngsters sing, dance and act their hearts out in WCT’s season-opening musical, “The Jungle Book,” based on the “Mowgli” stories of Rudyard Kipling.
Awakening, reverence, sustainability, justice, peace and joy.
Such are the words that describe the motivation behind why there is a place on this island where people can convene for extraordinary activities, such as learning where their spirit lies and delving into a deep inquiry on how to make the world a better place.
The Whidbey Institute at Chinook is such a place, and it’s celebrating its 15th anniversary this month.