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Submitted by Karin Roemers-Kleven San Juan County Marine Resource Committee Vice-Chair In…
If you are suffering from the effects of domestic violence or sexual…
Tide Bite: Anemones are particularly diverse in the northeast Pacific.
“Protecting the Salish Sea in the time of COVID-19,” hosted by Community Rights San Juan Islands.
The Washington State Parks 2021 wall calendar makes a great holiday gift.
The Ag Guild invites the community to expand support of the FARM Fund.
When life gives you lemons …
The MRC is the community advisory body on all marine-related issues in San Juan County.
Enjoy the farm-fresh flavors of the Islands from the comfort of your kitch
Are you looking for a fun fall activity for your family? Your friends? Your neighborhood?
During a normal year, the museum welcomes more than 30,000 people through its exhibit hall.
I have always loved the month of September.
All films will be available on-demand for 10 days, Oct. 15-25.
SJCT is going all-digital with new programming that will be filmed and distributed for free.
$12,000 given in scholarships
Meeker’s latest book is a 2020 Washington State Book Award Finalist for Young Readers.
Lisa Buckton moved to San Juan from Vermont and has more than 10 years of librarian experience.
A once-a-year opportunity to purchase locally grown wildflowers native to San Juan County.
Submitted by Island Rec We are excited to bring a virtual scavenger…
Submitted by Ian Boyden San Juan Island writer, artist and translator, Ian…
Islanders, unable to afford dental care, can receive it for free thanks to the local nonprofit.
Open Country Press is proud to announce the winner of the 2020 Open Country Chapbook Contest.
The Town of Friday Harbor’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee is accepting applications through Sept. 28
The response to the survey from San Juan Islands Shuttle Service is clear.
Whale-watch companies asked to stop disturbing critically endangered orcas
Specialized biological structures are key for organisms’ survival.
More than 900 donations were made during the virtual fair through SJICF’s new online giving catalog.
COVID-19 has challenged us all to adapt and be creative!
The Lopez Island Grange was selected to be recommended for grant funding.
4-H’ers live up to “Learn by Doing” slogan at first ever virtual Fair
Charlotte doesn’t remember much of March.
Registration is currently open for their ‘Cheers to 20 Years’ online event
Submitted by the Salish Sea Ballet It’s time to register for fall…
Submitted by the San Juan Islands Economic Development Council The Washington State…
Submitted by the Washington State Extension Agency Are you a beginning farmer…
Submitted by the Friday Harbor Film Festival Friday Harbor Film Festival’s Summer…
Submitted by San Juan Hospital District 1 In July 2020 the District…
By F. Milene Henley San Juan County Auditor I like horror films.…
“One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow,” by San Juan Island author Libbie Grant