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WIDT celebrates 30 years of “The Nutcracker”

— Created November 30, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed Whidbey Island Dance Theatre is pleased to invite the community to share its 30th anniversary season of “The Nutcracker,” opening Friday, Dec. 9 and continuing through Dec. […]

Holiday activities galore to explore this weekend

— Created November 30, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed The holidays are no doubt a busy time for nearly everyone, but there is much to enjoy about the season. For those so inclined to take in […]

New group helps ring in the holiday season

— Created November 30, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed A new musical group will literally help ring in the holiday season on Whidbey Island this weekend. The Bells of Whidbey will perform the program “Christmas Bells […]

Chefs crank up the heat at chili cook-off

— Created November 30, 2022 by Melanie Hammons

By Melanie Hammons Most of us have finished stuffing ourselves with holiday turkey and assorted leftovers, so it’s only natural our taste buds might have a hankering for oh, say, […]

Think and shop small this Saturday

— Created November 23, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed As everyone hopefully enjoys a respite from busy, hectic lives this Thanksgiving Day, many may begin thinking about the season to come – the shopping season! Tomorrow’s […]

Langley library to get $2 million facelift

— Created November 23, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed Sno-Isle Libraries is getting closer to giving the Langley library a facelift. The organization has procured a $700,000 Washington State library capital improvement grant to provide updates […]

Giant acorn is rooted in history

— Created November 23, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed A new statue situated along SE Pioneer Way in Oak Harbor is rooted in Whidbey Island history. The Giant Acorn statue put in place last week comes […]

Attorney sanctioned in case against Low Income Housing Institute

— Created November 23, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed Island County Superior Court Judge Carolyn Cliff has ordered the attorney representing the group Freeland Concerned Citizens to pay $10,000 to the Low Income Housing Institute. Randall […]

OutCast’s “small” play examines big questions

— Created November 16, 2022 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed Sometimes in life, the small things can have the biggest impact. OutCast Production’s latest show kind of follows that premise. It doesn’t have a large cast, but […]

Island organizations spread a table of plenty this Thanksgiving

— Created November 16, 2022 by Melanie Hammons

By Melanie Hammons The good news about Whidbey Island’s Thanksgiving is that there really is a lot to be thankful for when it comes to reaching out to those in […]

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