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Reserve to host ‘ranger talks’

Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve will host a series of ranger talks this summer throughout the reserve. The 30-minute talks are free and open to the public and will be held at 1 p.m. on scheduled days.

Talks are scheduled for the following days:

Sunday, July 13

“Front Street historical walking tour” will meet at the Coupeville Wharf kiosk.

Saturday, July 19

“Wagons West: Gold and Land” will meet at Ebey’s Prairie Overlook on Cemetery Road.

Friday, July 25

To be determined.

Saturday, July 26

“After the Ebey Tragedy: Bringing Joy Back to the Prairie” will meet at the Jacob Ebey House on the Ebey’s Prairie Trail.

Saturday, Aug. 2

“Front Street historical walking tour” will meet at the Coupeville Wharf kiosk.

Saturday, Aug. 9

“Early Transportation and Floating Markets” will meet at the picnic tables at Ebey’s Landing State Park at the end of Ebey Road.

Friday, Aug. 15

“After the Ebey Tragedy: Bringing Joy Back to the Prairie” will meet at the Jacob Ebey House on the Ebey’s Prairie Trail.

Sunday, Aug. 17

“Front Street historical walking tour” will meet at the Coupeville Wharf kiosk.

Saturday, Aug. 23

“Wagons West: Gold and Land” will meet at Ebey’s Prairie Overlook on Cemetery Road.

Saturday, Aug. 30

“The Ebey Family of Whidbey Island” will meet at the Jacob Ebey House on the Ebey’s Prairie Trail.

Sunday, Aug. 31

To be determined.

 

 

 

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