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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.
Tracy Dietz opened FluffyButt Dog Training at her home just north of Oak Harbor earlier this month.
Whidbey Playhouse prepares to perform before live audiences for the first time since February, 2020.
Debby Colfer is retiring after 21 years as the manager of the Clinton Library.
The Sound Water Stewards will teach a series of classes for amateur clammers at Double Bluff Beach.
“Curse of the Starving Class” opened Friday, June 11 and runs through Saturday, June 26.
Jean Cravy’s SWE class got a hands-on look at three ways to create power without fossil fuels.
The theme for Whidbey Art Gallery’s June show is “Recycle: Vision Out-of-the-box.”
For a city known for its parades, not much jollification has happened in Langley since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This past Thursday, however, the South… Continue reading
Kathy Hawn posts all 911 emergency dispatches she hears in her Facebook group, Alert Whidbey 2.0.
Coupeville High School graduate MATTHEW WIDDISON recently graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine. He will now go to Idaho Falls, Idaho to… Continue reading
The event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, June 5.
In the midst of rehearsals for the annual concerts in the spring of 2020, the Whidbey Community Chorus was forced to cancel its popular free… Continue reading
Participating artists must register at least six weeks in advance.
Drea and Jason Park will canoe from Tacoma to Port Townsend starting Friday, June 4.