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Events for April 12, 2017
Officially celebrated on April 22 each year, Earth Day is observed on Whidbey Island during the whole month of April. Collectively known as Whidbey Earth and Ocean Month—activities planned are sure to appeal to a range of interests and backgrounds. Pulling it all together and also organizing their own events is the Whidbey Earth DayFind out more »
The "Youth Perspective on Social Justice" art show is on view at the Bayview Cash Store from April 8 to May 29. This exhibition features art and poetry by Whidbey Island high school students. The related "Climate Arts Project" performance and fundraiser takes place on April 19 also at the Bayview Cash Store. (360) 321-4145Find out more »
Raven Rocks Gallery presents: “Sculpting the Invisible – spiritual figures by Travis Suda” April 7 – May 4, 2017 Opening reception April 7, 4-7pm The strong influences of Northwestern totem poles and the Southwestern iconic imagery are richly represented in this latest series of sculpted spirit figures by artist Travis Suda. Figurative creations in theFind out more »
An orientation to WorkSourceWa.com, Washington’s premier job matching website. WorkSourceWA helps you find the qualified talent you need faster. Post unlimited jobs at no cost, access the largest talent database in the state and utilize award winning talent-management software. Presented by Sandra Kint, WorkSource Skagit, Island and Whatcom Counties Sandra has agreed to offer thisFind out more »
The Langley Chamber of Commerce monthly member’s meeting is held 9 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at Prima Bistro. These meetings include time to chat with your fellow merchants, a round-table to discuss what's going on with your business, and a guest speaker. The morning meetings are normally no more than one hour.Find out more »
Bayview Community Dance with Deja Blooze! Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6pm - 8pm at Bayview Community Hall The Deja repertoire of lively blues music is drawn from the rural delta tradition, as well as the band’s original blues-based compositions. Free and family friendly! Beer, wine, water, and soft drinks will be available for purchase. SponsoredFind out more »