Movie filmed on Whidbey Island Debuts in AprilThe movie "Midday Black Midnight Blue," filmed on Whidbey island last summer ,will make its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival this weekend. Those preferring to view the movie at home may stream it online from April 14-24. Those who wish to see it on the big screen will have two opportunities at Pacific Place in Seattle at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 and 12:30 p.m. on Friday April 22. Writers/directors Samantha Soule and Daniel Talbott, producers Lovell Holder and Addie Johnson Talbott, and actor McCaleb Burnett are all scheduled to attend the in-person screenings. To purchase tickets for the performances or to view it streaming click the button below.
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Whidbey and Camano Islands Tourism is proud to launch its highly anticipated 2020 holiday gift guide, featuring local artisan-crafted goods, natural bath and body products, locally produced gourmet foods and more. Support island makers and enjoy a range of items ideal for entertaining or gifting.
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Seattle Times: No vinegar, no heat. This small Whidbey Island pickle company stands by the age-old method of oak barrel fermentation
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