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Sound Waters plans in the works

Sound Waters  is a “one day university for all,” held for more than 15 years on the first Saturday in February on Whidbey Island.

Each year, Island County Beach Watchers volunteers begin planning for Sound Waters in late spring, and well over 500 people have attended in each of the last several years.

Sound Waters includes: Keynote on a topic of importance to Puget Sound; snack break to mingle and network; morning session (pick from nearly 20 classes); lunch and a wide variety of exhibits and displays; early afternoon session (pick from another 20 classes); snack break; midafternoon session (pick from yet another 20 classes).

Visit www.beachwatchers.wsu.edu for updates in late November with information on the keynote and classes to be offered next February.

Catalogs are mailed out in late December, and will be available in all Island County libraries. Online registration begins in early January, and normally closes the last week of January.

 

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