Whidbey and Camano Island Events!
April is Earth and Ocean Month
There are events all month long as Whidbey Island take Earth Day and turns it into a month of action and awareness.
The theme of 2019 is “Teaming for Climate Action Today!” Activities include all-day festivals, lectures, art shows, work parties, field trips, and more. Participating organizations include Goosefoot, the Greening Congregations Collaborative, Island Transit, Orca Network, Pacific Rim Institute, Sno-Isle Libraries, South Whidbey Tilth, Whidbey Institute, Whidbey Watershed Stewards, and more.
Events for July 6, 2019
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Join Oak Harbor as it celebrates Independence Day the old-fashioned way with a multi-day carnival, a parade downtown, fireworks, and more!Find out more »
Local glass artisans launch first showing at WICA’s Zech Hall in Langley The newly-formed Whidbey Island Glass Guild (WIGG) will be showcasing all levels of their work using a variety of techniques at The Whidbey Island Center for the Arts Zech Hall in Langley over the Fourth of July weekend and monthly Art Walk. For many members, this will be ... Read MoreFind out more »
Would you like to learn how to dig on the beaches for clams? Learn how to do so in a safe and environmentally responsible manner in the annual "Digging for Dinner" classes. They're brought to you by the Sound Water Stewards. All classes are at Double Bluff Beach in Freeland. You need to register at [email protected] Donations are welcome. A ... Read MoreFind out more »
The Bayview Farmers market is where you find authentic local and regional food, arts, and crafts. You'll follow nature's offerings throughout the season, from early greens to late-season squash with plenty of healthy food in between!Find out more »
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