Say hello to Oak Harbor U
A famous frog once sang a Ray Charles song and stole the hearts of millions. The word “green” has taken on a whole new meaning since Kermit croaked those words. We see it on TV, in magazines, newspapers and Web sites advertising everything from toilet paper to house paint. Kermit would blend right in!
A man with a bicycle, sneaking off to count salmon runs while his wife expects him home finishing chores. Five children tirelessly exploring a playground. A couple from Canada and a friend from Ireland strolling the Oak Harbor shoreline.
“Hmm. This looks like a blanket, and this one was probably a blazer,” artist Maggie Lancaster said. A specialist in hand dyed silks and wool braided rugs, Lancaster sorted through her fabrics.
In the 1960s, Treva Carter was asked by leaders in Coupeville to come up with a fundraiser to help benefit the historic part of Front Street, where many of the buildings at the time sat empty.