Explore the San Juan Islands for half the price by signing up for a free companion pass ($15 value) on the Scenic Byway bus
For the first 2 or 3 weeks Black-tailed Deer fawns are small and vulnerable. You can help reduce the number of fawns that are injured or separated from their mother by following these guidelines...
Swashbuckling hero goes toe-to-toe with Napoleon in Dietrich’s latest ‘Ethan Gage’ novel
San Juan Island's Clark Gilbert hopes to raise $10,000 for research and education in the battle against multiple sclerosis by running 163 miles in seven days, the 6th leg of the National Multiple Sclerosis's Society's coast-to-coast US Relay.
Managed by the Nature Conservancy since 1979, Yellow Island is covered with more than 50 species of wildflowers and features open fescue meadows. Get a first-hand look at the abundance Sunday, May 19, of San Juan Historical Museum guided tour.
Winners of San Juan Island Scenic Byway Partnership's essay contest will each receive a free summer pass onboard the Explorer Bus, which will run daily, beginning May 17, through Sept. 15.
Chaired by Fleet Captain Hank Snider and coordinated for the fifth year in a row by Burke Critchfield, the annual start to boating season marks the kickoff of the yacht club’s 50th year
Based in Anacortes, Bergner, whose artwork is on exhibit at IMA, is a mixed-media sculptor/installation, fiber and sculptural vessel artist.
Presented by Peace Island Volunteers, the event is an opportunity to enjoy and learn more about the medical center’s numerous, various pieces of artwork.
Author of “The Bucks Stopped Here”, Buck II will trace the history of the Buck family from its first days on the island, 1918, to present.
Ayanna Mancuso, Friday Harbor High School Class of 2003, is the daughter of Robert Mancuso and Yvonne Buijs-Mancuso of Friday Harbor. Brian is the son of Gregory and Cheryl Sprawka, of Austin, Texas. The newly engaged couple met in Boston, Mass., where they reside.
The King's High School Choir will be joined by the group Living Faith for a performance Saturday, May 4, at Friday Harbor Presbyterian Church, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Author of “Lessons from the Heartland: A Turbulent Half-Century of Public Education in an Iconic American City”, Barbara J. Miner will be at Griffin Bay Bookstore, Saturday, May 4, to talk about her observations and latest book as part of a nationwide tour.