Gather your friends for a fun shopping event on Main Street in downtown Sumner on Saturday, September 22nd! BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE (or wait in line to buy tickets the “day of”)! This is an annual event and should not be missed!
The Wetherill Nature Preserve can be entered from the Points Loop Trail connecting the Towns of Hunts and Yarrow Point. It is a natural place providing in perpetuity, a habitat for flora and fauna of the Northwest and a retreat in which to commune with nature.
The Preserve is a sensitive area to be enjoyed, but protected. It is open all year during daylight hours. Pets must be on leashes.
In 1989 Marjorie Baird and her sister Sidonia Foley bequeathed sixteen acres of prime property - originally purchased by their grandfather, Seattle financier Jacob Furth - to the towns of Yarrow Point and Hunts Point to protect, in perpetuity, the land from development and to preserve its wildlife and native plants. The sisters dedicated the Preserve to their mother, Sidonia Furth Wetherill, and their father, Army Colonel, Alexander Wetherill. Marjorie Wetherill Baird died October 30, 2004, at the age of 92
Your support makes a difference!The Preserve is supported by donations and volunteers. Click "Our Website" to learn more.
What surprises new visitors are the Preserve's number of trails and its size, and also the variety of bird life. Waterfront vistas across Cozy Cove sparkle in the sunshine. A kingfisher sometimes chatters from the water's edge or an eagle will land in the lily pads, dipping its wings for a bath. The Preserve offers surprises at any time of the year, but bird life prevails especially in the springtime. Song sparrows and chickadees sing and flit above in the trees. The quiet observer will find mother robins sitting on their nests in low shrubs and trees behind a cozy screen of leaves.
This workshop is the first of it's kind! Head to Island Girl Creative Studio on Thursday, September 27th, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 pm. There, you will be making a light lotion using their very own handmade blend base, sugar scrub and bath bomb. You will choose between anti aging Rose & Green Tea or Pumpkin Dream. Mix and match how you like! You will also be decorating our finished creations for gift giving or for personal keeps!
Address: 10017 270th St. NW, Stanwood, WA 98292
WHO DOESN'T LOVE A PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST?!
Enter a pre-carved/decorated pumpkin in The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest at the Camano Pumpkin Project for a chance to win a fantastic prize! All proceeds go to support local charities!
Drop your creations off at Kristoferson Farm on Friday, October 5th, 2018. Voting happens October 6th at the Camano Pumpkin Project.
Address: 398 NE Camano Dr., Camano Island, WA 98282
Edible Hope Kitchen invites you to a jam packed event of music, food, raffles, and of course beer to raise money to help feed our
neighbors in need, encourage community, and end homelessness.Food is graciously donated by Hattie's Hat, Tall Grass Bakery, Cafe Besalu, and other local eateries. The spectacular Spencer Glenn Band will be playing some sweet jams. Our neighbors at Gravity Payments will be managing donations for an exciting Raise the Paddle. And 100% of beer sales from Lagunitas Seattle TapRoom & Beer Sanctuary will go directly to Edible Hope. Tickets are available for purchase online now. Please join us!
Bring your friends, family and a healthy appetite to participating Phinney-Greenwood restaurants, pubs, and cafes all day on Wednesday, Sept. 26 to help your neighbors in need. Pig Out is a neighborhood fundraising event for the PNA’s Hot Meal Program.
Participating businesses donate a portion of their day’s proceeds to help fund three free, nutritious meals every week at the Greenwood Senior Center and St. John United Lutheran Church. The program serves over 16,000 meals a year to low-income, unhoused, disabled, and elderly community members.
It’s back and sweeter than ever! Come treat your sweet tooth to the best sweet treats our city has to offer curbside! Plus shop from
over 100 local handmade and flea booths all day long. Family-friendly and free.
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Interested in learning how to snowshoe, kayak, or navigate in the backcountry? Want to meet new exploration buddies? Have a gear wish lista mile long, or some extra gear you'd like to unload? Stop by our open house September 24 from 6-8pm! We will have our gear grab and representatives from each of our activity committees on-hand in our Goodman Auditorium to answer your questions about courses and upcoming events. Open to members and non-members. Be sure to RSVP through our website- we had over 600 folks show up last year and gave priority to those who did! Want to be a seller? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and how much space (in total feet on a table display) you think you'll need. And act fast - anyone can sell but space is limited. RSPV required for sellers as well.
Wetherill Nature Preserve
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- Yarrow Point, WA, 98004 47.640352454229394 -122.22032546997072
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