Visit classrooms, meet the teachers and learn about our curriculum for students two and half to five years old.
Betty V. Hastin, 93, of Lopez Island, Wash., passed away at Rosario Assisted Living in Anacortes on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015.
Arthur Daniel Bacon III, of Bloomsbury, New Jersey, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at St. Lukes hospital in Phillipsburg.
Meet intrepid travelers Francie Hansen, local artist and teacher, plus Carol Jackson, well-known co-owner of Serendipity Used Books, at the next Know Your Islanders Talk.
Friday Harbor is in the running for the "Best Coastal Small Town" award in USA Today, along with 19 other small towns in the country.
IMA illuminated by glass artists in grand opening, Feb. 14
An early closure to recreational fishing in Marine Area 7, which encompasses the San Juan Islands, took a big bite out of what has historically been a 10-week-long competitive fishing extravaganza, reducing this year's derby to just two weeks, total, Feb. 1 to Feb. 15. The derby typically closes in early April.
Friday Harbor Holistic Health’s Nicholas Corrin will host the weekend workshop, Art of Self Care: Intro to Qi Gong and Tai Chi, Feb. 21-22, at Brickworks.
Animal Protection Society of Friday Harbor and island resident Suzanne Bryner are raising money for Bunny--a little, female rescue dog at the shelter that has benign tumors on her ears that are beginning to impact her respiratory system.
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, as well as National Poetry Month, the Land Bank is seeking nature-themed poems for a poetry trail, which will be on display on popular hiking paths on the west side of San Juan Island in the month of April.
In his latest literary creation, "Every Day is an Adventure," Buck, 87, share stories of his childhood, military service and of scratching out a living in his later year on San Juan Island. Notable adventures include...
The yearly fishing competition hosted by Roche Harbor Resort drew 99 boats and 338 anglers, Feb. 6-7, who together weighed in a total of 147 fish over the course of the two-day event.
What happens when a single dad on Lopez Island and a single mom in Oregon follow their passions, post them to Instagram, and then follow each over the course of a year? A modern day love story.
The San Juan Islands Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society will hosts its annual meeting, Feb. 21, 1 p.m., at the Lopez Island Library.
A year ago, the band of bustling barbershoppers fulfilled no fewer than 30 Valentine’s Day requests, singing from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and, as Dan Drath of Island Chordsmen Plus recalls, all the while entertaining an audience that totaled 400 or more, if you count the legion of unwitting spectators who just happened to be at the right place at the right time.
Island Stage Left will perform a special Valentine's Day production Feb. 13-14 at Griffin Bay Books.