Doctors of San Juan Island A Historical Perspective July 22Thursday, 17 July 2014
Join us for an informal discussion and personal remembrances of a few of the past medical professionals of San Juan Island at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 22 at San Juan Historical Museum Resource Center.
Susan Reed will discuss her grandfather, Dr. Connor Reed.
Mary Ellen Judge will discuss her father Dr. Thomas Judge as well as Dr. Victor Capron.
Mary Jean Cahail will
A Cappella grooves at SJCT July 26The Bobs perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 26 in the San Juan Community Theatre's Whittier Theatre.
Tickets are Adults/$28; Student Reserved/$14; and Student RUSH (at door) $5.
This original “band without instruments” got its bob-bob-bobbin’ start more than 30 years ago when two singing telegram deliverers lost their jobs and teamed up with a bass singer,
Lester Capell Gunther December 3-July 14, 2014Friday, 18 July 2014
Beloved patriarch, dear friend, irascible coot, Lester Gunther perished Monday at his home on False Bay.
Born Dec. 3rd, 1925 in Paris, France, Les moved at the age of six to Montclair, New Jersey. Dressed by his mother in Little-Lord-Fauntleroy attire, he quickly learned his first English sentence, “Me ‘Merican boy!” in vain
Doesn't want burned building replacedWednesday, 18 June 2014
A mock up representing new building lines has been built recently. The port owned waterfront location used to be occupied by a restaurant and some small businesses until it burned. I saw it burning. It was a sad day. It was of great loss.
The mess has been cleaned up and disposed of. The financial matters seem to be mostly settled. The space is open. The
WHY MARINE RESERVES?
What are marine reserves, and why do we care about them on San Juan Island?
The terminology for various forms of ‘protected’ areas in the ocean is vastly confusing: Marine Stewardship Area, Preserve, Protected Area, Sanctuary, Conservation Area, Voluntary Reserve… all these are set up to protect some resources by limiting allowed human activities – but the
Astrologer Triana Elan is Back, New Look!
After a hiatus, our astrologer Triana Elan has come back with both barrels, launching a new website that will give her readers much more information both astrologically and astronomically.
Since Triana is both an astrologer and astronomer, she felt it was time to bridge the gap between the two disciplines in a manner that is both entertaining and informative.
PIMC Update by Jim Barnhart
The Islands are buzzing with the usual seasonal activity. The rush of tourists coming and going provides a rhythm to each day that shouts: Summer has arrived! PeaceHealth Peace Island Medical Center is a buzz with activity, too.
Related less to the sunny days, our increased activity is due to an expansion of service to meet Islanders’ needs here at home, as well as
After meeting at church, working together on the music team over the past year and climbing to the top of several major Cascade peaks, Aaron popped the question on July 19, 2013 after climbing to the top of 7,600 foot Crater Mountain in the North Cascades.
Dave and Elaine Kitchen proudly announce the engagement of their daughter Abigail Beth Kitchen to Aaron John
STREET FAIR DISCOVERYSunday, 20 July 2014
From the picnic table on the courthouse lawn, I watched what was going on at the street fair. People were meandering up and down rows of vendor tents. A small group sat in chairs across the lawn from me listening to musical entertainment. Children created art in a tent behind me while a giant bubble machine churned out layers of suds nearby.
A few folks sat on