San Juan Island National Historical Park is once again hosting the Community Arts in the Park competition with entries accepted between April 1-11. This year's theme is Wildflowers and Pollinators of the San Juan Islands.
Award-winning, local writer Susan Wingate will instruct serious writers on how to hold a reader’s attention at a free workshop - "Muscle Up The Gut of Your Story writing." Once you’ve got it, find out how to keep it.
Conscientious Projector hosted by Rob Simpson presents "Skyder Alert," a film about the health and environmental risks of GeoEngineering, SRM and weather modification at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24 at San Juan Island Library.
This event is free. Light refreshments, including organic popcorn, are courtesy of the Friends of the Library.
Alice! Alice! And Alice! When The Friday Harbor High School Drama Group brings this slightly more cartoon-like version of the adventures of Alice and the looking glass to the Whittier with three different actresses taking on the title role.
The Met: Live in HD, Borodin's defining Russian epic, Prince Igor, will be shown at 2 p.m. March 16 at 2 pm. Famous for its Polovtsian Dances, it comes to the Met for the first time in nearly 100 years.
From the hilarity of a happy hour where the bar patrons speak only in bumper sticker talk to serious issues like bullying and teen suicide, San Juan Community Theatre’s new Playwrights “On the Fringe” showcases both a variety of themes and Island talents.
An unforgettable musical experience is coming to Orcas in June. The internationally renowned Miró Quartet will perform one of the greatest musical gifts ever created – the 16 string quartets of Beethoven.