Tales of pedal power revealed at SJ Trails Committee potluck, Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. at the Grange
The third annual Isle Be Wed wedding show, a two-day event and the only one of its kind in the San Juan Islands, is March 8 on Orcas Island and March 9 on San Juan Island. The show features 40 different vendors promoting an intriguing array of services, products and venues that can help make that very special day both truly memorable and deliciously complete.
There is still time to order native plants from the San Juan County Master Gardener/Conservation District Native Plant Sale. The sale is March 29, 9 a.m. to noon, on San Juan (Fairgrounds), Lopez (Sunshine Builders) and Orcas Islands (The Grange); deadline for orders has been extended to March 21.
Soroptimist International of Friday Harbor hosts its 16th annual St. Patrick’s Day Extravaganza
Island Rec is sponsoring its third annual table tennis tournament, March 16
Justin Nibler's Week 4 winner, at 13.63 pounds, wasn't hefty enough to bump Brenda Schmidt from the lead, but its weight proved large enough to claim the $75 weekly gift certificate from derby sponsor King's Marine, and catapulted Nibler into second place, with six weeks remaining in the annual 10-week fishing competition.
The annual meeting of the the San Juan Islands Chapter of Washington Native Plant Society will be held at the Grange Hall in Friday Harbor, 152 N. First St., Saturday, March 1, beginning at 12:15 p.m.
Along with the top spot on the derby leader-board, Brenda Schmidt pocketed $75 for landing the biggest of the week. She hooked the burly behemoth Sunday morning, somewhere (she won’t say where) off the north side of San Juan Island. “The big boy fought me for about 20 minutes,” she said. “He was all about trying to get away.”
Lenora has been in the community for about 10 years and felt that she wanted to give something back.
If you enjoy playing ping pong, here’s your chance to “Go for the Gold.”