Maria Matson

Knead Feed closing doors after 45 years

This weekend is the final chance for residents to grab one of Knead & Feed’s orange rolls or cinnamon buns. The family-run business of 45… Continue reading

 

Pumpkins roll and the dead rise for Coupeville’s annual Haunting

Coupeville’s Halloween spirit is in full force, with the annual descending of ghosts, ghouls and scarecrows to the town for a month-long celebration of all… Continue reading

 

Art & About | Whidbey Island’s October art events

Here’s what’s happening in the Whidbey arts scene

 

Coupeville schools opening doors on new lunch program

Coupeville School District’s new lunch program has been making waves with the hire of skilled chef Andreas Wurzrainer, formerly of Christopher’s Restaurant, and a major… Continue reading

Members of K-9 Korps place at State Fair

At the Washington State 4-H Fair in Puyallup in September, the youth and their furry trainees of K-9 Korps club of Island County 4-H were… Continue reading

Skilled sewing to be on display at Senior Bees quilt show

Oak Harbor Senior Center artists create quilts for the community

Marvelous marbling: New Coupeville business bringing added dimension to Front Street

A drop of blue spreads rapidly across the still water, growing and filling space until it remains motionless, unable to stretch any further. More of… Continue reading

Come fly a kite: Annual Kite Festival is Sept. 21-22 at Camp Casey

Whidbey Island has a reputation among kite-flyers. The wind presents a real challenge, with gusts from every which way. The grassy fields of Camp Casey… Continue reading

Dog owners still breaking leash laws at Greenbank Farm

To address ongoing issues with dogs straying into farmland at the Greenbank Farm, the Port of Coupeville is considering adding fencing and signage to make… Continue reading

Service dogs compete in ‘Puppy Olympics’

With tails wagging and ears perked, eager canine “athletes” dashed and demonstrated their skills at the Doggie Olympics during the Summit Assistance Dogs’ annual volunteer… Continue reading

Art & About | Whidbey Island’s September art events

Rocks and gemstones will be on display for the RAVEN ROCKS GALLERY’s “The Stones of September” Mineral Wonders from Windwalker Taibi , running through Oct.… Continue reading

A weekend to remember

The Oak Harbor Music Festival was a hit — and played many hits —during the Labor Day Weekend.… Continue reading

Oak Harbor Music Festival is bringing on the bands

Free event runs Labor Day weekend

Waterfront association offers ideas, plans changes for Coupeville wharf entryway

Small upgrades now, then big changes down the road are being discussed for the redesign of the wharf entryway along Coupeville’s historic waterfront. More seating… Continue reading

Whidbey landscapes, town scenes captured for ‘paint out’ event

Sale and exhibition Aug. 24-25 at the Coupeville Rec Hall

New children’s clothing boutique opens in Coupeville

Rain Puddles Kids Boutique has a variety of items for ages up to 5

New take on thrift

‘Storage wars of Whidbey Island’ leads to unique store

Port of Coupeville approves $16,000 to launch wharf restorations

Efforts to restore the Coupeville Wharf are progressing, with the Port of Coupeville recently approving $16,000 in Port reserve funding to kick off the first… Continue reading

Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival is this weekend

It’s going to be a big weekend for the art community and art-appreciative at the annual Coupeville Arts and Crafts festival. This year’s festival will… Continue reading