Community Calendar

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An Introduction to Skagit Hospice Services

Dr. Paul Johnson, Medical Director of Skagit Hospice Services will present a talk about the services available from Skagit Hospice on Wednesday, June 4 at 1 p.m. at the Village at the Harbour, San Juan Assisted Living Center, 547 Spring Street, Friday Harbor.

Flag Day coming up

Hear an informative talk on the history and etiquette of our U.S. flag by U.S. Navy Veteran Deanna Brant on Thursday, June 5 at the Lopez Island Grange Hall at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Lopez Island Grange.

The Ian McFeron

Band at the Grange

The Ian McFeron Band will appear at the Lopez Grange on Friday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. Seattle favorite and a seventh generation San Juan Islander, Ian McFeron’s lyrical songwriting ranges from acoustic folk rock to gritty alt-country blues. McFeron is backed by Alisa Milner’s distinctive Texas fiddle and Todd VanSelus and Mark Bateman’s backbeat rhythms. Tickets are $10 at the door. For more info go to www.radiofreelopez.com or call 468-2753.

Graduation Potluck

Celebrate ALL of the Lopez students who are graduating from high school this year at a community potluck on Friday, June 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. “It took an island to raise a child.”

Senior Graduation

Lopez High School will hold its annual commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 7 in the high school gym. The community is invited. Reception to follow.

Africa Night

Africa night with potluck and music on Tuesday, June 10, 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Videos, including “Africa in 28 minutes”, pictures, information and personal stories by Richard and Meg Singer. Donations to benefit Lopez School art program. Call Richard or Meg at 468-4033 for setup information and potluck guidance.

Developmental screenings for birth to age 5

The Lopez Island School District will provide free screenings for speech, hearing, vision and normal development for children aged birth to five years on Wednesday, June 11 at the Elementary School. Call 468-2201 for appointment.

JFK and the Unspeakable – Why He Died and Why it Matters

In “a stunning mix of political thriller and meticulous scholarship,” Jim Douglass presents a persuasive account of why President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and why the unmasking of this truth remains crucial to the future of our country and the world on Wednesday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lopez Center. Scholar, activist, and author of “Resistance and Contemplation”, and “Lightning East to West: Jesus, Gandhi, and the Nuclear Age”, Douglass and his wife Shelley won the Pacem in Terris award of the Catholic Diocese of Davenport, Iowa in 1997. Admission by suggested $5 donation.

In celebration of our local organic Farmers

There will be a community screening of the independent documentary “The Real Dirt on Farmer John” on Saturday, June 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Farmer John Peterson’s inspirational story of revolutionizing his family farm and redeeming his won life has won accolades and awards around the world. Sponsored by Lopez Center. Suggested donation $5. Children free.

Greeting of the whales benefit

Each summer, the resident pods of orca whales come together in what are called “greeting ceremonies.” Mimicking that rousing social event, The Whale Museum is inviting supporters of these magnificent creatures to come together at The Whale Museum’s second annual “Greeting Ceremony” Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Saturday, June 14.

The event will be held at Mullis Center with a happy hour and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. Musician Keith Busha will provide live entertainment. Noted chef Farhad Ghatan is preparing the gourmet dinner to be served at 6:30 p.m. Jenny Atkinson, executive director of the museum, will serve up her “Little Killer Cakes” for dessert. After dinner, auctioneer Eugene Cuomo will emcee a live auction.

Tickets are $50 per person for members of The Whale Museum and $65 for non-members and can be purchased at The Whale Museum. To reserve tickets, call the museum at 378-4710 ext. 30.

Botany of Mt. Constitution

A San Juan Nature Institute adult field workshop with Dr. Thor Hanson that explores site ecology and plant identification at various elevations will occur on Saturday, June 21 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants will meet at Moran State Park’s Cascade Lake parking area. The cost is $55 or $40 for WSU Beach Watchers and Whale Museum Naturalists. Clock hours are available for teachers. Registration is required: call SJNI at 378-3646 or go to www.sjnature.org

Preventative health screenings

Woodmen Hall, is hosting a Life Line Screening on Tuesday, August 26. Life Line will be performing ultrasound tests for stroke, athlersclerotic arterial disease (AAA), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), osteoporosis, atrial fibrillation and blood tests for glucose, cholesterol levels and liver enzymes. Individual and package pricing is available. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Call 1-800-643-6075 to pre-register.

An Introduction to Skagit Hospice Services

Dr. Paul Johnson, Medical Director of Skagit Hospice Services will present a talk about the services available from Skagit Hospice on Wednesday, June 4 at 1 p.m. at the Village at the Harbour, San Juan Assisted Living Center, 547 Spring Street, Friday Harbor.

Flag Day coming up

Hear an informative talk on the history and etiquette of our U.S. flag by U.S. Navy Veteran Deanna Brant on Thursday, June 5 at the Lopez Island Grange Hall at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Lopez Island Grange.

The Ian McFeron

Band at the Grange

The Ian McFeron Band will appear at the Lopez Grange on Friday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. Seattle favorite and a seventh generation San Juan Islander, Ian McFeron’s lyrical songwriting ranges from acoustic folk rock to gritty alt-country blues. McFeron is backed by Alisa Milner’s distinctive Texas fiddle and Todd VanSelus and Mark Bateman’s backbeat rhythms. Tickets are $10 at the door. For more info go to www.radiofreelopez.com or call 468-2753.

Graduation Potluck

Celebrate ALL of the Lopez students who are graduating from high school this year at a community potluck on Friday, June 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. “It took an island to raise a child.”

Senior Graduation

Lopez High School will hold its annual commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 7 in the high school gym. The community is invited. Reception to follow.

Africa Night

Africa night with potluck and music on Tuesday, June 10, 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Videos, including “Africa in 28 minutes”, pictures, information and personal stories by Richard and Meg Singer. Donations to benefit Lopez School art program. Call Richard or Meg at 468-4033 for setup information and potluck guidance.

Developmental screenings for birth to age 5

The Lopez Island School District will provide free screenings for speech, hearing, vision and normal development for children aged birth to five years on Wednesday, June 11 at the Elementary School. Call 468-2201 for appointment.

JFK and the Unspeakable – Why He Died and Why it Matters

In “a stunning mix of political thriller and meticulous scholarship,” Jim Douglass presents a persuasive account of why President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and why the unmasking of this truth remains crucial to the future of our country and the world on Wednesday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lopez Center. Scholar, activist, and author of “Resistance and Contemplation”, and “Lightning East to West: Jesus, Gandhi, and the Nuclear Age”, Douglass and his wife Shelley won the Pacem in Terris award of the Catholic Diocese of Davenport, Iowa in 1997. Admission by suggested $5 donation.

In celebration of our local organic Farmers

There will be a community screening of the independent documentary “The Real Dirt on Farmer John” on Saturday, June 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Farmer John Peterson’s inspirational story of revolutionizing his family farm and redeeming his won life has won accolades and awards around the world. Sponsored by Lopez Center. Suggested donation $5. Children free.

Greeting of the whales benefit

Each summer, the resident pods of orca whales come together in what are called “greeting ceremonies.” Mimicking that rousing social event, The Whale Museum is inviting supporters of these magnificent creatures to come together at The Whale Museum’s second annual “Greeting Ceremony” Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Saturday, June 14.

The event will be held at Mullis Center with a happy hour and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. Musician Keith Busha will provide live entertainment. Noted chef Farhad Ghatan is preparing the gourmet dinner to be served at 6:30 p.m. Jenny Atkinson, executive director of the museum, will serve up her “Little Killer Cakes” for dessert. After dinner, auctioneer Eugene Cuomo will emcee a live auction.

Tickets are $50 per person for members of The Whale Museum and $65 for non-members and can be purchased at The Whale Museum. To reserve tickets, call the museum at 378-4710 ext. 30.

Botany of Mt. Constitution

A San Juan Nature Institute adult field workshop with Dr. Thor Hanson that explores site ecology and plant identification at various elevations will occur on Saturday, June 21 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants will meet at Moran State Park’s Cascade Lake parking area. The cost is $55 or $40 for WSU Beach Watchers and Whale Museum Naturalists. Clock hours are available for teachers. Registration is required: call SJNI at 378-3646 or go to www.sjnature.org

Preventative health screenings

Woodmen Hall, is hosting a Life Line Screening on Tuesday, August 26. Life Line will be performing ultrasound tests for stroke, athlersclerotic arterial disease (AAA), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), osteoporosis, atrial fibrillation and blood tests for glucose, cholesterol levels and liver enzymes. Individual and package pricing is available. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Call 1-800-643-6075 to pre-register.

An Introduction to Skagit Hospice Services

Dr. Paul Johnson, Medical Director of Skagit Hospice Services will present a talk about the services available from Skagit Hospice on Wednesday, June 4 at 1 p.m. at the Village at the Harbour, San Juan Assisted Living Center, 547 Spring Street, Friday Harbor.

Flag Day coming up

Hear an informative talk on the history and etiquette of our U.S. flag by U.S. Navy Veteran Deanna Brant on Thursday, June 5 at the Lopez Island Grange Hall at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Lopez Island Grange.

The Ian McFeron

Band at the Grange

The Ian McFeron Band will appear at the Lopez Grange on Friday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. Seattle favorite and a seventh generation San Juan Islander, Ian McFeron’s lyrical songwriting ranges from acoustic folk rock to gritty alt-country blues. McFeron is backed by Alisa Milner’s distinctive Texas fiddle and Todd VanSelus and Mark Bateman’s backbeat rhythms. Tickets are $10 at the door. For more info go to www.radiofreelopez.com or call 468-2753.

Graduation Potluck

Celebrate ALL of the Lopez students who are graduating from high school this year at a community potluck on Friday, June 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. “It took an island to raise a child.”

Senior Graduation

Lopez High School will hold its annual commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 7 in the high school gym. The community is invited. Reception to follow.

Africa Night

Africa night with potluck and music on Tuesday, June 10, 5:30 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Videos, including “Africa in 28 minutes”, pictures, information and personal stories by Richard and Meg Singer. Donations to benefit Lopez School art program. Call Richard or Meg at 468-4033 for setup information and potluck guidance.

Developmental screenings for birth to age 5

The Lopez Island School District will provide free screenings for speech, hearing, vision and normal development for children aged birth to five years on Wednesday, June 11 at the Elementary School. Call 468-2201 for appointment.

JFK and the Unspeakable – Why He Died and Why it Matters

In “a stunning mix of political thriller and meticulous scholarship,” Jim Douglass presents a persuasive account of why President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and why the unmasking of this truth remains crucial to the future of our country and the world on Wednesday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lopez Center. Scholar, activist, and author of “Resistance and Contemplation”, and “Lightning East to West: Jesus, Gandhi, and the Nuclear Age”, Douglass and his wife Shelley won the Pacem in Terris award of the Catholic Diocese of Davenport, Iowa in 1997. Admission by suggested $5 donation.

In celebration of our local organic Farmers

There will be a community screening of the independent documentary “The Real Dirt on Farmer John” on Saturday, June 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lopez Community Center. Farmer John Peterson’s inspirational story of revolutionizing his family farm and redeeming his won life has won accolades and awards around the world. Sponsored by Lopez Center. Suggested donation $5. Children free.

Greeting of the whales benefit

Each summer, the resident pods of orca whales come together in what are called “greeting ceremonies.” Mimicking that rousing social event, The Whale Museum is inviting supporters of these magnificent creatures to come together at The Whale Museum’s second annual “Greeting Ceremony” Fundraising Dinner and Auction on Saturday, June 14.

The event will be held at Mullis Center with a happy hour and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. Musician Keith Busha will provide live entertainment. Noted chef Farhad Ghatan is preparing the gourmet dinner to be served at 6:30 p.m. Jenny Atkinson, executive director of the museum, will serve up her “Little Killer Cakes” for dessert. After dinner, auctioneer Eugene Cuomo will emcee a live auction.

Tickets are $50 per person for members of The Whale Museum and $65 for non-members and can be purchased at The Whale Museum. To reserve tickets, call the museum at 378-4710 ext. 30.

Botany of Mt. Constitution

A San Juan Nature Institute adult field workshop with Dr. Thor Hanson that explores site ecology and plant identification at various elevations will occur on Saturday, June 21 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants will meet at Moran State Park’s Cascade Lake parking area. The cost is $55 or $40 for WSU Beach Watchers and Whale Museum Naturalists. Clock hours are available for teachers. Registration is required: call SJNI at 378-3646 or go to www.sjnature.org

Preventative health screenings

Woodmen Hall, is hosting a Life Line Screening on Tuesday, August 26. Life Line will be performing ultrasound tests for stroke, athlersclerotic arterial disease (AAA), peripheral arterial disease (PAD), osteoporosis, atrial fibrillation and blood tests for glucose, cholesterol levels and liver enzymes. Individual and package pricing is available. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Call 1-800-643-6075 to pre-register.