It is time to register for Island Rec’s Boy’s Basketball League, open to all boys in grades third through eight.
During the month of October, they will be cooperatively offering family activities, co-op talks, film showings, goodies and a “gold star co-op member” checklist with prizes and a raffle drawing.
We’re about 7 years old and probably the nicest dogs you’ll ever meet.
The Trails Committee on San Juan Island begins its Know Your Islanders Talks season with Boyd Pratt relating the story of his harrowing hike of Kalaupapa.
I’m here to ask all of you to go to the Foundation’s website where we have posted the results of this comprehensive study. Go to our website and read the 2015 Community Needs Task Force report. Spend some time with it.
We had a great start of school and it has been truly an honor to walk down the halls of the schools, have lunch in the cafeteria, meet with teachers, students and parents and learn about how I may better serve as your superintendent.
Topics include: trail maintenance and hand tool basics, how to keep trails sustainable by preserving the tread and keeping water off and users on, learning about the impact on trails through natural forces and multiple use groups, and multiple use trail standards and courtesies.
San Juan County Democrats and independent voters are invited to the quarterly meeting
Team Odegard has been fighting Island fires and feeding firefighters for 30 plus years! Thank you so much and keep up the good work.
A public meet-and-greet of the candidates will be held this Thursday.
Three classes in photography are being offered through September and fall, each one focusing on different skills and aspects of photography.
Java has been to dog training and trains well, and admits to being afraid of little dogs.
This lecture will primarily cover new information on Southern Resident killer whales winter distribution as discerned from satellite tagging and acoustic recorder data.
Meet Jerald Weaver, Acting Superintendent for San Juan Island National Historical Park and walk to Mitchell Hill through cedar groves and Garry Oak woodlands.
The League will hold a panel discussion featuring affordable housing advocates in the community
Reserve a spot in the upcoming “Making of America” seminar, an in depth presentation about the solid political and economic principles from the preamble through the amendments to the Constitution.
Lindsey Banry has an infectious smile and spirit. She is a true island girl, growing up on the island.
This fall's classes are open for registration at Skagit Valley College.