There’s a brand new series of events at Cama Beach State Park – Winterfest. Held mostly on Saturdays, Winterfest combines traditional holiday events such as tree lighting with beach exploration and hiking. As the New Year approaches, look for something called Zombies at the Beach!
Langley finds its “inner elf” as the town presents its annual holiday parade.
After the parade, shop and stroll and enjoy the unique flavor of this seaside town. Participating stores will be open late. Also that evening, is the monthly Langley tradition, the First Saturday Art Walk.
4:00 p.m. – Downtown Coupeville
The historic buildings of Coupeville will all be dressed up in greens, white lights and red bows. View the traditional Christmas parade – with, of course, Santa Claus at the end- from charming Front Street. The Coupeville Chamber of Commerce organizes the parade and caps off the evening with a tree lighting and weather permitting a boat parade in Penn Cove. There will also be late evening shopping at participating merchants downtown. We guarantee to bring smiles to young and old.
3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Coupeville! Enjoy Wine Tastings from local Whidbey Island wineries, distillery and breweries, delicious food samples, and late night shopping in Coupeville’s historic downtown. Participate in a drawing with amazing prizes. Gift back with Sip N Shop tasting glass, Shop Local Coupon Book and free drawing ticket for a great gift.
7:30 p.m. – The piano bar opens one hour before the performance.
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts
565 Camano Ave., Langley
The last time they performed here, it was to near-sellout audiences. They will present an abbreviated version featuring part 1, the Christmas section along with the “Hallelujah Chorus.”Visit the WICA Website…
It’s the 25th anniversary of the Whidbey Island Dance theatre presenting the timeless Nutcracker.
South Whidbey High School Performing Arts Center 5675 Maxwelton Rd., LangleyLearn more…
Double Bluff Beach – Freeland
Join in or just come watch the fun as dozens of your neighbors dare the waters of Admiralty Inlet!
“On your mark, get set, Go!” It’s a tradition in Langley, youngsters and the young at heart dash for hand-crafted glass balls at Langley’s Seawall Park. Some are hidden, and others are in plain sight (for the younger treasure hunters). It’s all over in mere moments and the lucky (and fast) participants come away with a beautiful orb courtesy of Callahan’s Firehouse glass blowing studio in Langley.