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Submitted by Friends of the Lopez Island Library Back by popular demand…
Submitted by Lopez School Spanish Club A collection of Greg Ewert’s photos…
by Gretchen Wing What does it mean when the worst luck pairs…
Submitted by The Lopez Island Library At 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov.…
By Gretchen Wing Special to the Weekly The logo of the Taproot…
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On my daily trips back and forth from the Village, passing the…
By Morgen Limbach and Sarah Rabel I’m Sarah Rabel, a Community Shakespeare…
Submitted by Kai Sanburn I went to Standing Rock in September, and…
Sherry Vinson’s life hasn’t been the same since she brought Luc home…
Submitted by NAS Whidbey Island To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the…
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by Gretchen Wing
Have you seen any rough-skinned newts this fall?
We envision a world where everyone experiences healthy, fun and safe relationships.
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"A River of Migration" by multi-media and multi-cultural artist Gu Xiong will be presented on Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the San Juan Community Theatre.
Lopez Island resident Steve Hill was one of 79 U.S. artists who went to Havana, Cuba as part of a special invitational plein air (on-site) painting tour organized by B. Eric Rhoads, publisher of Plein Air Magazine, Feb. 6-13. It was the largest group of artists to ever visit Cuba and with the specific purpose to paint from live subjects for more than a week. There were 25 spouses, art collectors and patrons along, as well.
That evergreen, rhododendron-like shrub that is popping up in gardens and woodlands throughout the county is spurge laurel (Daphne laureola). Closely related to the much-admired ornamental daphnes, all parts of this plant are toxic to dogs, cats and humans and contact with the sap may cause mild to severe dermatitis. Beyond the issue of toxicity, spurge laurel is highly invasive.
“Rock Terra” is a phoenix that has risen from the fire and ashes of the past, to soar higher & brighter than ever before…
Water conservation on Lopez Island will take a big step forward if the voters in the Makaye Harbor - Agate Beach vote to establish the proposed public water district.
The annual car party showcasing the antique, unique and unusual cars called Lopez Concours d’ Elegance is Saturday, Aug.15.
Students from the Friday Harbor area have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for Winter 2015 Quarter.
It’s a garden party for the garden and beyond. Prepare yourselves for lots of fun with wonderful tea, finely laid tables, decorations and mouthwatering sweet and savory treats, live music, yard games, good conversation and a fabulous fashion show featuring local clothiers.
The San Juan Islands are welcoming a different type of summer visitor this weekend: military veterans training to fight wildfires.
Chamber music from Beethoven’s time for flute, violin, viola and cello will be presented on period instruments in “1800: A Beethoven Band” on Friday, June 5 at 7 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church, with flutist Jeffrey Cohan playing a flute made in London in 1820, Stephen Creswell on both violin and viola, and Martin Bonham on cello, in the Salish Sea Early Music Festival’s second Spring Festival program.
The elusive dulcian, the rarely heard renaissance transverse flute and the lute will be showcased in an evening of 16th and early 17th-century chamber music entitled “Winds of the Renaissance” on Wednesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church on Lopez Island.
Arbor Day will be celebrated on Lopez Island Saturday, April 11 with a Tree Give-Away hosted by Lopez Island Grange #1060. This year’s tree will be the Flowering Currant.
The Annual Meeting of the San Juan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society, will be held Saturday, Feb. 21, from 1-3 p.m. at the Lopez Island Library.
Sand Dalton, a long-time Lopez Island resident, is one of the world’s most well-known makers and players of baroque oboes. Anna Marsh, who grew up in Tacoma, is in constant demand as one of the premier players of the baroque bassoon.
Calling all ski bunnies and bums – the Winter Ride Ski Bus to Mount Baker returns in 2015.
Lopez Island Artist, Steven R Hill, who participated at the sixth annual Zion National Park Plein Air Painting Invitational (Nov. 2-10) was honored with a major purchase and cash award for his painting titled “Soft Glow” done in Zion Canyon, Nov. 5.
Come join artists for a day of music, refreshments and fun at the Inter-Island Creative Affair. There are less than 50 shopping days left until Christmas.
Lopez Quakers welcome Portland Cellist and Folksinger Anna Fritz for a house concert Wednesday, Oct. 15, 7 p.m., at Sunnyfield Farm, 6363 Fisherman Bay Road.
On Saturday, Sept. 20, the Final Lopez Library Summer of Science event is “Batty Lopez” with Russel Barsh, who presents an evening devoted to our most diverse and abundant mammal from 6 – 7 p.m.
Featuring an all-Lopez youth cast ranging in age from 9-12, the musical is sure to delight audiences with the openness of childhood innocence.