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Crowds gathered Saturday morning for the start of the annual Coupeville Lions Club Garage Sale.
Community Events, July 2016
Nathan Gilles is an artist. His medium is wood, his focus Native American carving. He makes bowls, masks, drums, boxes, hand tools — pretty much anything in the genre. He even made a traditional dugout canoe once, which you may have seen. It’s been on display in front of the museum in Coupeville for years.
Former state representative writes about oil spill impact: Novel by Dave Anderson is set in Puget Sound area
The Exxon Valdez oil spill will be forever burned into the memories of many. With large amounts of oil constantly moving through Puget Sound, the prospect of a similar catastrophe in the waters is a frightening possibility.
The Pacific Rim Institute of Environmental Stewardship is holding an open house this week that will include tours of the property’s prairie and forest lands and an honoring of special guests.
The Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation is hosting a celebration to welcome back the historic schooner Suva for its second season in Penn Cove on Friday.