Callahan’s Firehouse is a Glass Studio and Art Gallery in beautiful downtown Langley providing a fine art shopping adventure, espresso, and glass blowing experience. Just about anyone can blow glass; children, bridesmaids, groomsmen, grandmothers, grandfathers, heck the whole family and even those business groups knee deep in team building can take a break and enjoy glass blowing.
Appointments are required for glass blowing. Visit website to make appointment online.
Hidden Wonders Photo Adventures
Hidden Wonders Photo Tours provides fun, sociable and educational digital photography tours and workshops, led by Kim Tinuviel, an award-winning professional artist/photographer/instructor on Whidbey Island, Washington and Lake Havasu, Arizona.
All digital photographers ages 12+ are welcome: beginners to advanced! You’ll learn professional tips and tricks with any digital camera, including smartphones. See backroads sights you would never find on your own and enjoy the opportunity to learn new skills based on your current level of experience.
Location scouting tours also available for expert and professional photographers!
Our Historic 5 acre farm hosts Farmhouse Dinners in the Orchard Kitchen and weekly, weekend classes that focus on Vincent’s deep knowledge of food, Tyla’s interest and passion for wine, as well as the inspiration of our many friends in the food and wine industry.
Dinner menus and class themes change each week and are inspired by our rural surroundings. Classes include hands-on cooking instruction, skills, technique & wine discovery; all of which change with the seasons. We source our ingredients from our own 3 acre farm, Whidbey Island, the Salish Sea and environs.
The Machine Shop
The Machine Shop offers a classic collection of arcade and pinball machines. These retro machines provide entertainment for the whole family. Located right up Second Street with give or take 25 machines, local artwork on the walls, neon lights, and live music monthly, the Machine Shop is welcome blast from the past.
Whidbey Island Bicycle Club
Whidbey Island Bicycle Club (WIBC) is made up of riders with all levels of experience. WIBC goals include more riding, bringing cyclists together to ride and plan rides, advocating for safe cycling routes, developing community cycling events, mountain bike trail stewardship, and supporting community activities that involve cycling. WIBC is about road and trail riding, touring, training, racing, long haul and out of town riding, commuting and leisure riding.
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA) is dedicated to offering high-quality performances; exposing residents and students to local and nationally recognized artists, musicians, literary works, and authors as well as the chance to be a part of in-house full-scale theater productions.
Whidbey Island Kayaking Company
- The Langley Marina Tour
- Whidbey Half Day Kayak Adventures
- Sunrise and Sunset Kayak Tours
- The Nighttime Bioluminescence Experience
- The Full Moon Paddle
- Birdwatching Kayak Tour