Cool Bayview Nights Car Show July 8th

This 12th annual community event has something for everyone. It is shaping up to be one of our biggest. Come enjoy seeing cars, motorcycles, trucks & hot rods. All entries are automatically entered for several door prizes, including t-shirts, Sweatshirts, hand tools, auto accessories, hats, gift certificates, and many more items. There will be great food and live music!

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Whidbey Island Garden Tour – June 17th

Striking conifers, rhododendrons, and Japanese maples, intertwined with abundant flowering plants to delight the eye–and wake the senses. Each year, the garden tour boasts four or five of Whidbey Island’s finest gardens representing a variety of styles, sizes, and design concepts. The tour is highly regarded for the quality and diversity of the gardens it showcases.

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The number of tickets is limited to 1,000, so it is important to get your tickets as soon as possible!

Easter / Spring

Easter Goodies & Spring Color

Something for every-bunny to love at Bayview Farm & Garden!

Between the nursery, greenhouse and café, Bayview Farm & Garden has tons of goodies to fill Easter baskets! Think Easter lilies, floral baskets, herbal soaps, bunny trinkets and sweet cards. And don’t forget it’s Spring at the Flower House Café! Click here for more details.

Bird Watchers delight

Whidbey Island Kayaking bird-watching tours are back. Book Now!

Saturday, April 15

Join Whidbey Island Kayaking Saturday April 16 for a morning of bird watching and kayaking on Penn Cove. This trip is led by a kayak guide for safety and paddling instruction and a birding guide who identifies the birds and habitat. Walkie-talkies provided so all can take part in the bird discussion. Click here for more info on this 3 – 3.5 hour tour and online reservations

Mussel Festival – YUM

March 4th and 5th

World famous mussels will be the centerpiece of two days of festivities, including chowder tasting and mussel eating competitions, farm tours and activities for all ages featuring locally-flavored fun.

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Red Wine and Chocolates

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DjangoFest Northwest

DjangoFest Northwest

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

DjangofestNW.com

Nighttime Kayak Tours

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.

Make your reservations today!!

Whidbey Island Kayaking

Island Shakespear Festival

Island Shakespeare Festival

Thursdays – Sundays through September 11th @ 6:00 p.m

Performances begin promptly at 6:00 p.m.
No ticket reservations necessary; PAY WHAT YOU WILL.
Performances are in rotating repertory so one can
easily enjoy all three in one weekend. Picnicking is encouraged.
Children under 4 not allowed. More info & production
calendar available at: islandshakespearefest.org

Other questions? Call:
(360) 331-2939

Full moon at the Boatyard Inn

It doesn’t get much better than this!

Dockstock this weekend at the Marina.  Come down for some great music, crab cook-off and beer garden.