Ready to Go Whale-Watching?

Hop on the Mystic Sea at Langley Marina

With the gray whales returning to Saratoga Passage for their two-month lunch of ghost shrimp, passengers can hop aboard the Mystic Sea at Langley Marina for whale-watching cruises through early May.

For details, go to Mystic Sea website

So Much to do in Langley

Come explore Langley, we have so much to offer here!
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Bunny Daze

Join the Hare Hunt

There’s bunnies in Langley having a hopping good time, so grab your ears and join in the celebration of Bunny Daze! It’s a Wascally Wabbit Hunt on Saturday, March 31st at 11am, starting at Boy & Dog Park. Hear the Mayor’s proclamation, watch the arrival of a special bunny guest with treats for kids and adults, then hunt for gently loved stuffed bunnies. They are hidden outside all over town and ready for boys & girls to take home. Shop Hop all week in town for creative bunny gifts, from sculpture, paintings, posters, and blown glass, to chocolates, t-shirts, trinkets and bunny ears, just in time for Easter.
Play some Hopscotch on the sidewalks, and enjoy the whimsical poster with art by Barry van Gerbig.

Bunny Daze is a celebration of all the Langley bunny fever. Come shop hop to find the perfect bunny creations available all over town with lots of fun and games as well. Special bunny characters will be on hand with gifts and photo opportunities. Join the Hare Hunt and find lots of stuffed bunnies hidden outside around downtown for kids to keep. Then play hop scotch on the sidewalk just for fun.

Lots of hare-raising specials will be offered for the day at local restaurants and wine tasting shops. Hop on down to Langley and be sure and wear your bunny best. For more information, email mainstreet@whidbey.com.

St Patrick’s Day Fest

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Greenbank Farm

Art, Food, Shopping, Wetlands, and Trails

Greenbank Farm is a special treasure for Whidbey Island and a must-stop for visitors.
This former farm boasts two fine art galleries, a cafe, a demonstration garden, and several shops and several dog-friendly walking trails.

The farm was once the largest grower of Loganberries and the cafe features Loganberry pies as well as others kinds of pie.
The farm also features a demonstration garden with wetlands and an electric vehicle charging station.

The farm was saved from private residential development in 1997 when a group con­sist­ing of the Port of Coupeville, the Nature Conservancy, and Island County purchased it.

Things to Do:


  • Seaside & Sylvan

    Home Furnishings
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  • Walking Trails

  • Electric Car Charging

  • Pea Patch/Gardens

Hike Whidbey

Whidbey Island is beautiful anytime of year to explore our many beaches & trails.  Double Bluff, Fort Casey, Deception Pass to name just a few. Ebey’s Landing, another popular destination, offers gorgeous views of Puget Sound.

A Whale of a Tail

Mystery Weekend 2018

Without fail, every February someone commits a terrible crime in Langley and it’s up to YOU to figure out who-dun-it. It’s Mystery Weekend and the annual event celebrates its 34th anniversary February 24 – 25, 2018. Visit website for further details & cost to play along.  www.visitlangley.com/lp/mysteryweekend

Musselfest

THERE’S A LOT TO DO,
SO COME CELEBRATE THE
BOLD, BRINY, AND BLUE

Check out the Musselfest website for schedule of events

Whale Season is Coming!

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Whale watching season begins March 9, 2018 with Gray Whales!

Come stay with us at The Boatyard Inn & then climb aboard the Mystic Sea for their guaranteed whale watch out of Langley, WA! Enjoy the spectacular views in the Saratoga Passage and the inner waterways of Whidbey and Camano Islands, into the Hat Island area. Mystic Sea Whale Watching Charters promises 100% that you’ll see a gray whale while onboard. We like those odds! Click here for rates and schedules or call 800-308-9387 to book your charter now!

First Saturday – Art Walk

First Saturday Art Walk February 3

  • During February Museo presents “All the World is a Stage”, an exhibit of works inspired by the words of William Shakespeare. This year’s show is created in collaboration with Island Shakespeare Company. (artwork above by Jean Noel Vanaele, “‘They are now in my power” from The Tempest.)
  • Rob Schouten Gallery presents a midwinter group show featuring outstanding selections from over 30 artists.
  • Studio 106 welcomes a new artist, Ginny O’Neill this month.
  • Whidbey Art Gallery presents its annual Valentine’s Show celebrating romance and love.
  • Stroll through Langley’s art galleries this Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. to preview their February shows.