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Island Herb, Freeland -- Representatives from Avitas will be on site with product displays and information. Island Herb is located at 5565 Vanbarr Pl, Unit F. For more information, call (360) 331-0140 or visit whidbeyislandherb.comFind out more »
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, Langley -- It’s 1623. Shakespeare’s editors John Heminge and Henry Condell have finally finished assembling the Bard’s Complete Works; but what to do with the surplus materials, especially the unused women’s speeches? A bountiful cast of actresses showcases the deleted, unpublished, and forgotten eloquence the Bard set down for dozens of female characters, lovingly rescued from the oblivion of time. Written by Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Scott Kaiser and brought to Whidbey in collaboration with Island Shakespeare Festival. Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.comFind out more »
Coupeville Recreation Hall -- Join Central Whidbey Hearts & Hammers for a delicious meal with your neighbors. The cost of the dinner is $5, all proceeds go to support CWH&H, an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization helping homeowners stay safe and healthy in their homes. If you or a neighbor are Central Whidbey homeowners, and need help with home repairs, please consider an application to be included as a project for this year’s Work Day, May 5, 2018. Homeowners from Greenbank to Coupeville, with limited resources and unable to do necessary work, can…Find out more »
Roller Barn, 98 NE Barron Drive, Oak Harbor - Support the Boys & Girls Club while having a great time! Enjoy the Roller Barn during Open Skate while all proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club. Bonus, the last Friday of every month you get to skate with the Whidbey Island Roller Girls. Cost: $5 per skater or $3 for general admission (those not skating). All proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club Dates and times are subject to change. Stay…Find out more »
UUCWI, 20103 SR 525, Freeland -- Ava DuVernay’s 13th is a documentary about how the Thirteenth Amendment led to mass incarceration in the United States. It is also an evocative exploration of words: of their power, their roots, their permanence. Acclaimed by film critics, and the winner of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary and many other awards, this is a film to seen more than once! All are welcome. A facilitated discussion will follow the showing of the film. Admission is free.Find out more »