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Whidbey Art Trail tour continues with free demos

Summer is the perfect time to explore a new art form. Artisans from the Whidbey Art Trail are offering free demos and workshops to the public through Saturday, Aug. 4.

There are 21 demos scheduled throughout the week which began Sunday, including mosaics, braiding, felting, kiln loading, painting, dyeing and much more.

Demos will take place at the artists’ studios, located throughout the scenic rural roads of Whidbey Island. View a complete schedule at

Pick up a Whidbey Art Trail brochure on the Mukilteo and Coupeville ferries, and at visitor centers and retail stores throughout the island.

Or download a Whidbey Art Trail map from the website.

Many studios are open seven days a week in summer. Call ahead if appointment is requested per brochure. Phone numbers and addresses are listed on the map.

Look for the bright yellow Whidbey Art Trail signs along island roads to find the studios.


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