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Island County Public Health Newsletter – Community Guidance

Callahan’s Firehouse

179 Second Street, Langley, WA 98260

Open daily 9 am to 5 pm.

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.

Chocolate Flower Farm

We moved to our eight-acre 1923 farm just outside of the seaside village of Langley on Whidbey Island in 2005 and opened Chocolate Flower Farm. We began as a specialty […]

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Debra Campbell Design

By appointment.

Award-winning interior design specializing in furnishings and decor, fabrics, window treatments, bedding, flooring and rugs, lighting, space planning, color palette selection, and renovation / new build project management. Serving Whidbey Island, the San Juan Islands, and greater Seattle. Projects range from small cottages to estates. Click here for Portfolio.

First Saturday Art Walks

Every first Saturday of the month, Langley’s art galleries open their new shows with the First Saturday Art Walk from 5 to 7 p.m. This is a time to meet the featured artists and take in the vibrant Langley art scene.

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Getting Here

To get to Langley from the Seattle area (south): Take I-5 N Take Exit 182 (in Lynnwood), merge left onto WA-525 west towards Mukilteo Stay on WA-525 N until you […]

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Habitat for Humanity of Island County

380 SE Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Habitat for Humanity of Island County brings people together as volunteers, homeowners, donors, and community members to create strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. We do this by constructing decent, affordable homes with the help of volunteers, donors, and future Habitat homeowners. Qualified families assist with the construction of their home and/or the homes of other Habitat families and pay an affordable mortgage that does not exceed 30% of their monthly income. We do this because we know that stable, secure families create stable, secure communities.

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Heartsease Log Cabin

Three bedroom cabin/cottage suitable for up to seven guests and is highly recommended for families.with full kitchen and forest views. Located in the Beachwood neighborhood two miles from Langley. Minimum […]

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How to play Mystery Weekend

Here’s how Mystery Weekend works. Sleuths come to Langley and line up outside the Visitor and Information Center on Anthes Street starting at 10 a.m. Saturday or Sunday morning, February […]

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Inspired Functional Art

Suzanne and Jack Healy believe a home should be more than a house. This concept is evident to anyone who explores their recently opened store in Langley, Artisan Crafted Home […]

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Island Senior Resources

14594 SR-525, Freeland, WA 98249

Open Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Island Senior Resources provides resources that enhance the emotional, social, and physical well-being of seniors, adults with disabilities, and those who care for them. We offer Aging & Disability Resources, Medical Transportation, Meals on Wheels, Family Caregiver Support, Medicaid in-home case management, Support Groups, a free Medical Equipment Lending Library, and assistance with Medicare.

We also serve nutritious community lunches at:
• Leo’s Place at Island Senior Resources – Bayview, Wednesdays 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
• The Coupeville United Methodist Church (608 N. Main St., Coupeville) Wednesdays 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
• The Center in Oak Harbor Oak Harbor Mondays except on holidays 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Open Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To contact us:
• Call 360-321-1600, 360-678-3373
• Email
• Request assistance online
• Mailing address: Island Senior Resources, PO Box 939, Freeland, WA 98249-0939

Langley – Artisan Crafted Home

Artisan Crafted Home Artisan Crafted Home was conceived as most families are… getting awakened at 2 a.m. by your husband. But, instead of intimacy, I was awakened with “I have […]

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Langley Beckons

Planning a trip to Langley, Washington doesn’t need to be a daunting task. Planning a trip to Langley, Washington doesn’t need to be a daunting task. Get comfortable, relax, and take a few minutes to make sure you experience the intrigue and renewal that awaits you here on Whidbey Island!

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Langley – Fair Trade Outfitters

Fair Trade Outfitters is a women’s “fair trade” apparel, accessory and gift boutique in Langley started by Lilly and Barry van Gerbig in 2015, after many years in the women’s […]

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Langley – Historic Notes

Langley sits on the southeast corner of Whidbey Island. To the north is the Saratoga Passage and the Cascade Mountains. Whidbey Island is the result of the Vashon Glacier that […]

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Langley – Historical Buildings

South Whidbey Historical Museum, 312 Second Street Originally a bunkhouse around the turn of the century, this building was built by one of Langley’s founding fathers, Jacob Anthes, to house […]

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Langley – Moonraker Books

Moonraker Books holds the record for the longest continued businessownership by one family in Langley. Owner Josh Hauser and her husband Glen moved from southern California to Langley in 1974 […]

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Langley – Music for the Eyes

Fred and Sharon Lundahl, owners of “Music for the Eyes,” have a life-long passion for collecting handicrafts from around the world. They were both US Foreign Service Officers for 30 […]

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Langley – Prima Bistro

   We are a French inspired Northwest Bistro located in Langley on Whidbey Island. We have a full cocktail bar, outstanding wine list and a menu that changes with the […]

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Langley – Rob Schouten Gallery

Rob Schouten Gallery, now located on the corner of First & Anthes in Langley, is currently celebrating its 10th Anniversary. After nine years at Greenbank Farm on Central Whidbey the […]

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Langley – Wish By The Sea

Howdy! Our names are Rachel and Lindsay and we are the owners of Wish by the Sea, a gift shop full of country and coastal home decor, vintage, re-purposed and […]

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LCOC Members Newsletter

Attention Chamber Members: Is your membership paid? If not, please do so soon as we are updating our members roster and website.   View this email in your browser   […]

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LCOC Members Newsletter 090723

LCOC Members Newsletter –…/lcoc-friendsoflangley-newsletter… Chamber members meeting September 13th at 9 am, Prima Bistro in Langley. Guest Speakers: John Vezina Dir Planning, Washington State Ferries and Mark Renfrew, Langley […]

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March Into Spring!

March is the month of budding promise, when Spring starts shyly with crocuses and daffodils, then explodes into brilliant color in April and May. South Whidbey is a gardener’s paradise, […]

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Metamorphe Health Clinic

3976 E. Harbor Road, Langley, WA 98260

Susan Azar

Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Metamorphé Health Clinic is a full-service naturopathic medical clinic. We acknowledge that each person is unique and we tailor our treatment plans to best achieve each patient’s individual health goals. Our main focus is to find the cause of illness and treat it, enhancing and supporting the body’s innate ability to heal itself.

Misfit Island Cider Company

Cidery specializing in dry ciders. Misfit Island Cider company represents the love i have for dry cider, and the hope to share that love with people all over. I hope […]

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Must-see Farm & Garden

Bayview Farm and Garden is among five Washington nurseries to be listed on Garden Center magazine’s list of the 100 Top Independent Garden Centers of 2014.

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27  Animal Hospital By The Sea 114 Second St.                       360-331-8090 I invited Bonny Anne Read to for a steak dinner Thursday. I thought I could learn something. I’ve never worked […]

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1  South Whidbey Historical Society 312 Second St. Langley 360-221-2101 The Duchess Fanny Fenwick asked for a private tour of the museum on Thursday. The Duchess was particularly interested in […]

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10  Kalypso’s Gifts 301 First St. Langley      360-914-8887 Rocky Roads and Ali Bauhba came in and Ali remarked about a beaded bracelet. Rocky immediately said to me, “Wrap this up […]

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11  Fair Trade Outfiotters 112 Anthes Avenue, Langley          360-221-1696 I decided to look for some new clothes but didn’t expect to see Bonny Anne talking to Duke Earl and Duchess […]

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12  Double Bluff Brewing Company 112 Anthes Avenue, Langley 360-333-9113 Those Zeppelin guys, Captain Friedrich Eckener and Baron Phineas Bargun, were enjoying a beer Friday afternoon when Riley Rhodes, that […]

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12  Double Bluff Brewing Company 112 Anthes Avenue, Langley 360-333-9113 Those Zeppelin guys, Captain Friedrich Eckener and Baron Phineas Bargun, were enjoying a beer Friday afternoon when Riley Rhodes, that […]

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13  Good Cheer 114 Anthes Ave.           360-221-6454 Several Rocketeers came into the store on Friday after school and wandered around for a while looking at blue jeans and shirts. After […]

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14  Sprinklz 224 1st St.               360-221-6364 Rocky Roads came in on Friday afternoon with his arm around a sobbing Ali Bauhba. He was murmuring to her, “He never appreciated you. […]

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15  Wish By The Sea 208 First Street                 206-221-4969 Tara Tesla was helping Barney Pickles choose some décor for his new office at Freeland Boatyard today. They both looked kind […]

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16  Foamy Wader 206 First Street               206-778-8469 I was talking to those pirates Wallace and Grace Kennedy about gold prices on Thursday. He’s an interesting guy. He’s been trying to […]

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17  Ott & Hunter 204 First Street                  360-221-7131 Those pirates were in here Thursday and Grace seemed tense. As I was clearing the table next to them Grace was saying […]

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18  Village Pizzeria 108 First St. 360-221-3363 The Rocketeers came in Thursday after school. They ordered waters and started pooling their money to see what kind of pizza they could […]

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19  Feather & Fox 105 First St. 360-221-2707 Friday morning I was in the shop early working on a rush project when I saw Ariana Falcone being detained by Rocketeers […]

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2  Spyhop 317 Second Street, Langley          360-221-4494 Werner von Tanner and Professor Ariana Falcone were enjoying their burgers and beers when Barnie Pickles and Tara Tesla asked if they could […]

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20  Saltwater Fish House & Oyster Bar 113 First Street. 360-221-5474 When the whole Freedomskian delegation arrived for dinner they took over our largest table. The wait staff passed out […]

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21  Prima Bistro 201-1/2 First St. 360-221-4060 Thursday night Duke Fenwick, Prince Wiley, and Baron Montgomery were enjoying their second order of steaks when the Baron warned, “If we don’t […]

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22  Star Store 201 First St. Langley          360-221-5223 Friday afternoon I was stocking shelves when Professor Falcone asked me if we had gloves. I directed her to the dish gloves […]

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23  Flying Bear Farm Flower Shop 207 First St. Langley 360-221-4979 Friday afternoon Werner von Tanner bought Ariana Falcone a lovely bouquet and presented it to her as she walked […]

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24  Moonraker Books 209 First St.               360-221-6962 Prince Buck Willey brought his young son in on Wednesday and while the kid sucked on a gold foil chocolate coin Buck asked, […]

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25  MUSEO  215 First St.               360-221-7737 Wednesday the Duke and Duchess of Freedomskia came in on their way to dinner because the Duchess saw a painting she liked as they […]

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26  Langley Library 104 Second St. Langley                      360-221-4383 We had both Sandy Terrior and Bonny Ann Read come in at different times asking to see books on the local vegetation. […]

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28  South Whidbey Commons 124 Second St.                             360-221-2414 I was enjoying a quiet cup of coffee at The Commons Cafe last Saturday when those rowdy Rocketeers clamored in for banana […]

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29  Knights of Columbus US Bank Parking Lot We were setting our food tent up downtown for our annual charity fundraiser when The Rocketeers walked up and offered to help. […]

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3  Grayhorse Mercantile 117 Anthes Ave  206-419-0292 Ariana Falcone was contemplating some champagne glasses when Tippi Perkins came in. Tippi walked up to Ariana and said, “Everyone is so proud […]

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30  Whidbey Art Gallery 220 Second St.                  360-221-7675 That obnoxious street vender Riley Rhodes and his bag of gadgets walked into our gallery on Friday looking for a gift by […]

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31  Saratoga Inn 201 Cascade Avenue                     360-221-5801 Those rowdy Pirates are staying with us and yesterday morning I heard Walker and Grace Kennedy talking over their second helping of breakfast. […]

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32  The Braeburn 197 Second St.                   360-221-3211 On Friday Tippi Perkins had invited Professor Ariana Falcone to lunch to talk about Texas A&R’s miniature cattle program. When he delivered their […]

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33  Village Wine Shop 221 Second St.                        360-221-6313 The Duke and Duchess came in for a wine tasting. The Duchess said they were interested in some light, refreshing whites but […]

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34  The Beach House 221 Second Street Suite 16                   954-415-5410 Saturday morning as I came to open up Officer Polly Graph was showing Barnie Pickles some of our rusted metal […]

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35  Artworks Gallery 221 Second St.                360-926-1001 Wednesday afternoon Werner von Tanner came in to buy a wooden salad bowl for his Mom’s birthday gift. I’m glad he’s home for […]

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36  Foamy Wader 221 Second St.                    206-778-8469 Rocky and Ali were looking in the shop window as Ali sipped a milkshake and Rocky licked a cone. Ali pointed to one […]

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37  Seaglass Cove 221 Second St. #8 360-331-3717 Tippi Perkins came in Friday afternoon saying she needed a great candle, some bath salts and lotion. “I’ve somehow gotten tangled up […]

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38  Ultra House 221 Second St.#9A                       360-221-4959 While enjoying chicken rice bowls, gyoza, and craft beers, zeppelin sales director Phineas Bargun told zeppelin Kaptain Friedrich, “Even with our June 32nd […]

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39  Tonic 221 Second St. 360-221-4959 While Tippi Perkins was considering which juice she wanted, Soya Scallion told her, “I am determined that those murderous meat eaters who follow our […]

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4  Alma 115 Anthes Avenue                360-504-6647 Prince Buck Willey came in with Baron Patton Montgomery. The prince was looking for kids’ clothes and toys. I heard Montgomery tell Willey, “The […]

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40  Sweet Mona’s Chocolate Boutique 221 Second St.            360-221-2728 Prince Buck Willey brought his young son Franc in for a treat Friday morning. The boy asked, “Is this where you […]

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41  Windermere Real Estate 223 Second St.                           360-221-8898 Duke Earl Fenwick came in to see our listings of big homes with ten acres or more, preferably with a water view […]

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42  Whidbey Island Kayaking (shuttle) 360-221-0229 Wallace and Grace Kennedy were asking us about the feasibility of using kayaks for inter-island travel when the Rocketeers walked up and interrupted them. […]

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43  Port of South Whidbey 228 Wharf St. Langley                               360-221-1120 Friday afternoon I went on shore to check the public restrooms when I saw Wallace Kennedy looking for something in […]

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44  Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA) 565 Camano Avenue, Langley          360-221-8268 As I was selling tickets for the Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio talk, Wallace Kennedy came to my window and […]

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5  Ulysses Coffee 111 Anthes Avenue, Langley    360-320-3978 Tippi Perkins from the Juan de Fuschia Petting Zoo was having coffee with the Duchess and Soya Scallion from the vegetarian side […]

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6  Orca Network Whale Center 115 Anthes Avenue              360-331-3543 Tippi Perkins was volunteering at the Whale Center last Saturday when Tara Tesla stopped by. Tippi immediately asked Tara about the […]

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7 Rob Schouten Gallery 101 Anthes Avenue          360-222-3070 The Duchess came in to ask about the blue glass sculptures adorning the pillars in our sculpture garden. She told me, “They […]

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8  In the Country 315 First St.    360-221-8202 Ali Bauhba was in the dressing room trying on a cute outfit for the upcoming Spring Dance when Professor Falcone came in […]

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9  Music for the Eyes 314 First St.   360-221-4525 Grace Kennedy bumped into Soya Scallion at our door Friday. Grace complimented her on the lovely wool hat Soya had just […]

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Mystery Weekend 2015: In Review

It’s No Laughing Murder February 21 & 22, 2015 BASIC STORY Langley’s night life promised to get livelier when a new comedy club opened in this little village by the […]

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Mystery Weekend 2016: In Review

“MUCH ADO ABOUT MURDER: A Hare-raising Tail” Langley Mystery Weekend XXXIII February 27 & 28 2016 BASIC STORY The seaside village of Langley, on Whidbey Island, was invaded.  Not by aliens, not […]

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Mystery Weekend 2017: In Review

AN “UN”CONVENTIONAL MURDER February 25 & 26, 2017 BASIC STORY The International Science Fiction Arts & Technology Society was holding their first convention in Langley in late February and the town was full […]

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Mystery Weekend 2017 Solution

The Village and residents of Langley are pleased to announce that the big hairy body discovered Friday morning on Second Street was NOT that of the Whidbey Island Sasquatch! Unfortunately […]

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Mystery Weekend 2023 Prize Winners

2023 MYSTERY WEEKEND WINNERS Thank you to all the contributors for the wonderful plethora of prizes they supplied for this year’s Mystery Weekend. If you have won a prize, we […]

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Mystery Weekend through the Years

Langley’s Mystery Weekend has been entertaining sleuths of all ages for more than 30 years. Check out posters and themes of years past below. Click here for the basic story, […]

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Penn Cove Brewing Co.

Owner Marc Aparicio says “Whidbey Island’s own, Penn Cove Brewing Co. was established in 2016 as a single taproom featuring locally crafted beer, wine and cider. Now we are Whidbey […]

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Pilates Collective LLC

222 Amthes Ave - The Porter Building, Langley, WA 98260

Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm
Weekends 9am - 2pm
Call for classes

We offer Group TRX classes, Yoga, and Pilates.

We offer group TRX classes! The TRX exercises builds true functional strength, improves flexibility, balance, and core, while enhancing performance on playing fields in sports and in life. This class is challenging and fun!

In our yoga classes, students are always encouraged to work at their own level and modify poses as needed. People range from being curious about yoga, to people in chronic pain due to injury or trauma, to serious athletes. We have mats, straps, blocks, blankets, and bolsters.

Pilates exercises using special apparatus, designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness. Mat classes, group equipment classes and one on one sessions!

Prima Wine Club

Open House: Wed, May 5th  |  4-6pm The Prima Wine Club is designed to showcase French inspired wines from around the world, highlight different regions, soil structures and an array […]

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A Food and Beverage Guide

Restaurant and Winery Guide We suggest making reservations where possible and calling ahead if you have a large party to be accommodated. Please double check hours on the business website, […]

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State of the City

Over the last year, the City of Langley has made great strides in all aspects of our community development. There are many people who play a vital role in this success. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the many people who work to make that progress in our Village by the Sea.

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Sweetening the World One Chocolate at a Time

Built on a firm foundation of passion, experience, and desire, Sweet Mona’s Chocolates in picturesque Langley, Washington creates extraordinary confections in small batches. They use only the finest quality ingredients—European […]

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Wandering Trail Tours

Hop aboard a safe bus and take a tour of local Whidbey Island wineries with your host Elizabeth Schroeder.




Call 360-682-9968


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Don’t let our quiet streets fool you: history meets hip in Langley. This seaside village is where you can experience everything from blowing glass to talking with coffee roasters, artists […]

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Whidbey Island Grown

P.O. Box 490, Coupeville, WA 98239

From our land to your hands. Our mission is to preserve and promote Whidbey Island as an authentic rural, farm, and culinary destination through taste-driven experiences, products and attractions. Visit our website for links to farms, dining, farmer’s markets and more.

Whidbey Pies

Whidbey Pies is a local artisan pie company specializing in handmade fruit pies since 1986. Slices or whole pies available at our shop at 111 Anthes Avenue in Langley, next […]

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Windermere Real Estate/South Whidbey

223 2nd Street, Langley, WA 98260

Nancy Rowan

Whether you’re looking to buy or sell – small, large or somewhere in between, rural privacy or small town living, a vacation rental, a weekend getaway or a permanent residence, a self-sustaining farm, a condominium, or undeveloped land – Windermere Real Estate South Whidbey offers the full range of services you need. I look forward to helping you with all your Real Estate needs here in Langley and on Whidbey Island.

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