The smell of freshly cooked burgers, fries, fish and chips, coffee, and cookies made from scratch drift from the door of Ye Scurvy Dogs – Home Port restaurant, located at the ferry landing.
Common Sense Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of Sandy Mackie, a leading land use attorney of the Perkins Coie Law Offices, Seattle, to its team of professionals: including practicing attorneys, civil engineers, licensed and certified hydrologists, geologists, and business leaders.
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the Lopez Island community. Upon our first visit to “The Bay” we knew it was a special place and the perfect setting to fulfill a longtime dream of owning our own restaurant.
If you are thinking of starting a business or would like to recreate an existing one to be more successful, James Dunn will return to teach a lively interactive business class on the last Friday and Saturday in January at the library meeting room.
Lopez Island will also sponsor the Lopez Village Lighting on November 25 at 4:30 pm with all the Village merchants, galleries and restaurants staying open at least until 6 p.m. with some shops staying open until 7 or 8 p.m.
From left to right: produce worker Ken Janousek, store manager Richard Brown, store owner Bill Carpenter, maintenance advisor Miles O’Neal, and president of the Lopez Village Market corporation, Aaron Dye.