The premier showcase of Gypsy Jazz in North America returns
The five-day event, held annually in late-September, features some of the genre’s biggest names, including Stochelo Rosenberg, Gonzalo Bergara, Dan Hicks, and, in 2015, master guitarist Biréli Lagrène.
This years event is September 21-25
Bioluminescence is the emission of light by living organisms through chemical reactions. There are a number of biological organisms capable of bioluminescence, including fireflies, glow worms, certain fungi, and certain marine dinoflagellates, which we have here in the Puget Sound.
Paddle at night to explore the bio-luminescence in the waters of the Saratoga Passage. As you paddle away from the lights on shore, venturing further out into the dark, you will experience Mother Nature’s own light show of sparkles in the water beneath you and the twinkling of stars above you in the darkest sky of the new moon.
Thursdays – Sundays through September 11th @ 6:00 p.m
Come join us for this 2 day festival, now in it’s 30th year. Visitors will enjoy chowder tasting, mussel eating competitions, farm tours & more. For more information go to: http://thepenncovemusselsfestival.com.
We’re offering some great Winter Specials for those who want to savor the quiet months in a beautiful spot. Stay two nights get the third night free for the months of December / January / February / March. Not valid holidays or December 23 – January 3.
A great addition to Langley’s culinary scene.
Family Style dinners are every Friday & Saturday nights / Thursdays in the summer months
Cooking Classes are every Saturday and Sunday afternoon
Reservations are required and seating is limited. Please book well in advance.
A great combination with a nights stay at the Boatyard Inn