Friends of the San Juans will host a walk among the Cady Mountain wildflowers and oak trees in a guided-walk led by landowner Shaun Hubbard and retired forester Thom Pence, Sunday, April 26, noon to 2 p.m.
Agnetta was raised in north Seattle and graduated from Lincoln High School. Talented in piano and accordion, she and her brother Alvin were one of the early accordion duets in Seattle.
Craddock, who completed 35 missions in WWII and was honored for his accomplishments with a membership into the fabled Lucky Bastards Club, will be inducted into the museum's "Wall of Honor" Sunday, April 26, at the Friday Harbor airport terminal, as part of a public ceremony, beginning at 2 p.m.
The weekend weather forecast is better than promising, it's downright sizzling. So, join in the heartiest spring cleaning event around, Saturday, April 18, and get a jump on Earth Day, too.
The Weeks family was one of the first settlers on Lopez Island. They homesteaded on land around Fisherman’s Bay, some of the property was later Luverne’s childhood home and home to the family business (Lopez Garage) which her father Lloyd opened in 1929.
On April 16 Doris Gilbreath will turn 97 but could be mistaken for decades younger.
Jean and husband Bob were the founders of Western Prince Cruises, Friday Harbor's first whale-watching company. She is survived by Bob, her husband of 42 years, her brother Jack Martin, and many nieces and nephews.
Following the screening of "Damnation," retired Army Corps engineer Jim Waddell, an advocate of breeching the four lower Snake River dams, will give a presentation and answer questions, Saturday, at the Grange Hall in Friday Harbor.
Statistics tell us that 1-in-2 women and 1-in-5 men will experience sexual-violence victimization sometime in their lifetime. And, doesn’t it break your heart to know that 1-in-4 girls and 1-in-7 boys will be sexually violated before their 18th birthday?
Saturday's workshop features updates by the research, education and action committees formed at October's inaugural C.A.L.F. forum, and will move into a facilitated discussion about next steps on how community members can become more involved in orca and salmon recovery efforts.
Jim finished his bachelors of science at California State University, worked for Wycliffe Bible Translators and then as a software test engineer for Xerox. After moving to Friday Harbor, he worked in the post office until he retired in 2011.
Look for Santa and his merry band of elves to make landfall at about 5 p.m.