The waters around Whidbey and Camano Islands are often busy with whales. Gray Whales visit in the spring and both resident and transient orca are here at various times of the year. When you see them, it can leave you without words.
The thing about artists is that they’re always learning. There’s a technique, a style, or even a mistake that takes them in new directions. And, whether your “inner artist” hasn’t yet been set loose, or you’re an experienced artist, there are art schools on Whidbey and Camano Islands that can turn a week, or even a weekend, into a moment … Read More
We are spoiled for choices when it comes to entertainment options on beautiful Whidbey Island. The word “island” probably conjures ideas of summer activities, but as the days get shorter and colder you may be looking for some indoor fun. Whidbey’s Island’s growing number of arcades are the perfect places to spend a chilly day. Whether you’re looking for a … Read More
Imagine this; you’re coming home from vacation laden down with several new pieces of art. Maybe they’re a couple of paintings, or something made out of glass. But, for this vacation, this isn’t art you bought. It’s art you made. Or, maybe you’re returning from vacation with more confidence in your Spanish-speaking ability than you ever got from your … Read More
Whidbey & Camano Islands have rich farm and food tradition with farms raising everything from alpacas to zucchini, wineries creating some of Washington’s best wines to mussel “farms” bringing a taste of the islands to plates worldwide. This infographic is a great starting point for understanding what is offered in our region. Whidbey and Camano Islands are filled with specialty … Read More
Whidbey & Camano Islands are great places to watch wildlife in Puget Sound. This Marine Wildlife infographic is a great starting point for understanding what is offered in our region. We have many beaches and parks so that you can get outside and enjoy nature.View all… You can have your own copy of this infographic. Download a 3.8mb .pdf of … Read More
Whidbey and Camano Islands provide a canvas for all things art. Blame it on the beautiful surroundings, the lush farmlands, verdant forests and forever seascapes. Or, blame it on the fact that Whidbey and Camano islands sit only miles north of Seattle and its community of art lovers. You can spend several days here just visiting galleries, shops, and artist … Read More