Lavendera presents an evening talk led by Jenny Ledford. This talk will introduce tools (including hemi-sync) that provide successful implementation of increasing the brain's effectiveness in each individual.
Are there snakes on the San Juans? What kinds of owls live here? Are these River Otters or Sea Otters? To find out the answers to these and other questions you have about Wildlife on the San Juan Islands, come and ask Education Staff from Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
Are there snakes on the San Juans? What kinds of owls live here? Are these River Otters or Sea Otters? To find out the answers to these and other questions you have about Wildlife on the San Juan Islands, join Education Staff from Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for an informal talk and discussion.
Bring the whole family to a wonderful free evening of Shakespeare performed in the outdoors. Written just after “Hamlet” was completed, “Twelfth Night” reveals a more mature Shakespeare, writing about miracles of reconciliation, of second chances and of redemption. Classic Shakespearean dramatic irony is paired with his trademark laugh-out-loud comedy plus a liberal dose of romance. Perennially popular, this play is Shakespeare at his best. Please dress warmly and bring a blanket. Chairs are provided at the San Juan venues. No tickets or reservations are needed. We are on a first-come-and-welcome-all basis.
Dates & Locations:
July 9 - Doe Bay Resort & Retreat, Orcas Island
July 11 & 12 - Lopez Island Vineyards, Lopez Island
July 13 - Shaw Island Community Center
On San Juan Island:
July 17 - August 3 - Thursday through Sunday at Roche Harbor Outdoor Stage
August 8 - August 24 - Friday through Sunday at 1062 Wold Road Stage
A Midsummer Night’s Musical Potpourri Archipelago: Sasha Van Dassow, cello; Traci Wilson, flute; Hanneke Klein- Robbenhaar, violin; and special guest: Sue Collado, clarinet.A program of Baroque, Classic and Pops music and conversation that is perfect for a summer evening with a glass of wine and friends; includes works from Haydn to Leroy Anderson.
Learn how climate change is affecting weather in the San Juan Islands and throughout the region today and tomorrow in a presentation by University of Washington Research Meteorologist and Washington State Climatologist Dr. Nicholas Bond, Ph.D
Dr. Bond will discuss the basic science behind climate change, and its implications for the weather in and around Washington State. “How will global climate change play out in our neck of the woods?” said Dr. Bond. “What kinds of changes in the weather are occurring now, and anticipated over future decades? I welcome a dialogue on these fascinating and important questions.”
Join Washington State’s beloved storyteller Karen Haas for an entertaining evening of pioneer lore as told by the people who lived it. Highlight of the evening will be her rendition of Thea Foss, on whom the “Tugboat Annie” stories are loosely based.
The 30th annual Old Fashioned Fly-In is fun for the whole family! Each year 100-150 aircraft attend the Orcas Fly-In from around the country. Come enjoy the best of general aviation! Warbirds, experimentals, old fashioned airplanes, local pilots and seaplanes, aircraft, plus flying demonstrations. There will be a pancake breakfast both days at the Firehall from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Also enjoy the Orcas Road Classics car club's most widely known event is the annual car show hosted during the first weekend of August in conjunction with the Fly-In. This year the club has decided to give back to the community and has teamed up with the local Food Bank by accepting cans of food and cash donations for this cause. Car entrants to the show are asked to donate food for the Food Bank and/or $10 as an entrance fee to help this local charity.
The event is sponsored by EAA (Experimental Aircraft Assoc) Chapter 937.
Since they last graced our stage the Good Lovelies went on the Vinyl Café Christmas tour and they took home two Canadian Folk Music Awards for best Vocal Group of the Year and Ensemble of the Year. The aptly named Good Lovelies are Caroline Brooks, Kerri Ough and Sue Passmore, all of them best friends who rely on unerring three-part vocal harmonies, clever songs, and convulsively funny repartee on stage.
The Friday Harbor Art Market begins its third season in Friday Harbor on the Brickworks Plaza, June 20. The art market will run every Friday from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. through August 29. There will be several new artists this year, joining the “Artisan’s on the Plaza”, not only from San Juan Island but also from Orcas, Lopez and Waldron islands. The variety of work will include jewelry, pottery, photography, baskets, clothing, woodwork, glass, paintings, soaps, art cards, screen printing, lotions, and more.
Cynthia's of Course! will be the seasonal food vendor, serving up her specialties each week.
The music lineup is complete as the market welcomes back Teddy Deane, The Rocky Bay Boys, Oliver Strasser, Kuba Tana Marimba and Katura Marimba.
New to the art market will be a "hands-on" activity, called “The Creation Station". This will be an interactive art station for kids to adults and anyone who drops in to the station will walk away with their on artistic creation. Pamela Hoke, nature artist and gallery owner, is coordinating this free 7-8 week event and will be facilitating several projects herself.
For information as to how you can participate as an artist, a food vendor, a musician or an art project facilitator, contact Debbie Pigman, email@example.com or 360-472-0216.