A-OK Art for Orcas Kids, presents the second “Clay Cafe” This is an opportunity for children and grown-ups to enjoy an afternoon creating beautiful ceramics and at the same time, supporting the art program in the Orcas elementary and middle schools
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission set aside a dozen days in 2015 in which parking fees are not required at any state park.
The Eastsound Planning and Review Committee, the Orcas Chamber of Commerce, and the County Council represented by Rick Hughes invite you to a town meeting to identify and consider things that can be done to enhance or even improve the Eastsound village character that we all love so much.
The film “Minor Differences” is about five juvenile offenders in maximum security lock-up. Filmmaker Heather Oaksen then follows up with the same men 18 years later.
Orcas High School held an assembly last week that honored the basketball teams. Students played twister and class feud and performed lip syncs and dance routines.
A party to honor Lynn and Glenna Richards will be Tuesday, March 24 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Orcas Senior Center. Bring finger food, hors d’oeuvres or dessert.
Now in its ninth year, the Washington Aerospace Scholars program has announced that Holden Griskey Watson of Orcas Island High School is participating in phase one of the 2014-15 program cycle.
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Department Marine Division and the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary will be offering an opportunity to attend a free boating safety education class.
Peter and Dixie Walmsley celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with their son Joe and 50 friends at the West Sound Community Hall on Saturday, March 7.
Do you have a friend or neighbor who takes exceptional care of their land? A teacher who inspires students to understand and care for the environment?
The class “Understanding Dementia” will provide a basic understanding of dementing illnesses and teach you how to interact and communicate with people with whom you live, work, and play.
Do you love poetry? Do you write poetry? Or are you a bit afraid of it? Whichever category you fall into, a three-part poetry course at Lopez Library may just surprise and delight you.
April Michele Hofmann of Olga, Wash., made the Seattle Pacific University 2014 Autumn Quarter Dean’s List. Students on the dean's list have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.50 or higher grade point average.
We said a donation of any size would put us over the top, and it did! Amounts from $20 to $9,000 coming from as close as Olga and as far away as Delaware, with Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Missouri and Colorado in between, helped us reach our goal of $30,000 in order to receive matching funds from a wonderful anonymous donor.