Reorganized in 2012 after a span of 91 years, Friday Harbor Grange #225 with 15 members was selected as the overall first place winners in the 2015 Washington State Grange Community Service Contest.
The Town of Friday Harbor is accepting proposals for what will become the first public art project for the Friday Harbor Arts Commission.
Saturday; July 18, at the San Juan Island cemetery was the scene of a commitment ceremony for William (Bill) MacKinnon, born Oct. 1, 1926, a former longtime resident of Friday Harbor who passed away on January 8th of this year in Mesa, Arizona.
Professor Gary Greene will present a talk on "the Sea Floor Around Us," about his working creating 3D images of the Salish Sea floor
Gene and Kathy have been avid supporters of the animal shelter since they opened the business a few months ago.
A Bernie Sanders event featuring a live stream presentation will take place at the San Juan Island Library
Local non-profit Whale Scout will be hosting a beach clean-up of the Land Bank's Third Lagoon Preserve this Saturday, July 25, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and invites anyone to join.
Fernando is assigned to Station 36 in the Eagle Crest neighborhood and is a self-employed tile setter and stone mason classified as Firefighter I.
The future mural will depict orcas chasing Chinook salmon, following forage fish through a kelp forest.
The blues aren’t often associated with the North, but Massachusetts native Albert Cummings is breaking the mold. The blues guitarist brings his talents to San Juan Community Theatre on Saturday, July 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Explore Tim’s Trail to the new Pollywog Pond, the Bent Cedar Trail and Sophie’s Romp.
The next scheduled meeting will be on Thursday, Aug. 20. The meeting will be held at the Orcas Landing office at 1 p.m. The building is circled in green below. If you are traveling by ferry it is recommended that you walk on, as there is no parking available at this location.
Janet made friends so easily. Many people who knew her will probably remember her wonderful sense of humor and the conversations they had. She was involved and genuinely interested in your daily life, making you feel special. Janet’s beautiful handwritten notes and letters were always a treat received by her many friends and relatives. She will be so missed.
Beginning with their role in myth and contemporary popular culture, Neiwert shows how killer whales came to capture our imaginations, and brings to life the often catastrophic environmental consequences of that appeal.
The Whale Museum is pleased to welcome Shawn Larson as part of the 2015 Summer Lecture Series on Tuesday, July 14th at 6:30 p.m. Shawn will present her new book Sea Otter Conservation, discussing the sea otters unique biology and ecology and highlight its fascinating history with people.
Laslo is an award-winning magician and illusionist who fell in love with the art of magic at seven years old when his grandfather gave him a magic kit for Christmas.
Edith Virginia Dickinson passed away on June 29, 2015 at Ashley Gardens of Mount Vernon. Edith was born on the farm in Welcome, Minnesota to Temple and Eloise Goetz on January 31, 1927.
Ted Wood, a long time Roche Harbor resident, passed on in Bellingham on June 21, 2015 surrounded by loved ones.
The telegraph’s arrival on San Juan Island in late 1865 was part of a growing West Coast network, the generation of which was largely because of the efforts of one man, Perry Collins, a young government lawyer.