Wandering Whidbey Bus Tour

Island Transit offers free bus tours to explore the sights, sounds and tastes of beautiful Whidbey Island!

Preparing for Disaster: Earthquakes on Whidbey Island

Earthquakes strike suddenly, without warning, and they can occur at any time of the year, day or night. Seismologists agree that it’s not a question of if, but when might our area might experience a significant earthquake. This 30 minute workshop, from South Whidbey Fire Chief Rusty Palmer, explains what the specific dangers are to …

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Video: Island County Emergency Preparedness

Make a family preparedness plan, build a kit, and learn life saving skills to be ready in case of an emergency. State and Island County officials discuss what you should be doing to prepare and resources available to you.

WUW: Soup Box Derby

Hopeful racers barrel down First Street during Langley’s annual Soup Box Derby! Hear from the masterminds behind Whidbey Telecom’s two carts, catch Peter Lawlor’s epic opening poem, and enjoy all the Whidbey antics.

Spencer’s Food Drive

On his 4th birthday, Spencer Jonas asked for food donations instead of presents and ended up gifting 40 pounds to the local Good Cheer Food Bank. Each birthday Spencer sets out to top his previous year’s goal. This year, with the help of our amazing community, he was able to far exceed it. Congratulations, Spencer, …

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Hearts & Hammers

Hearts and Hammers is a local non-profit organization that brings together hundreds of volunteers annually to help repair homes of those who are physically or financially unable to do the work alone. In the spirit of neighbors helping neighbors, homeowners receive labor and materials at no cost to them. This is thanks to the contributions …

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Beach Cleanups

Stinger Anderson coordinates Island County’s Community Beach Litter Cleanup Program. Three times a week, year-round, Stinger leads teams of volunteers on beach cleanups at various public beaches around Island County.

The Giving Tree

The season of giving is upon us, which means Goosefoot’s Giving Tree is up at Bayview Cash Store. This beautiful tree is bursting with handcrafted ornaments from your favorite local non-profits. Choose an ornament to bring home and proceeds go directly to the non-profit that made them.

Season of Giving: The Holiday House

The amazing folks at the Readiness To Learn Foundation have set up their annual Holiday House at the South Whidbey Community Center, in what was formerly the Langley Middle School. This wonderful project is designed to ensure every child has a chance to experience the joy of the season. Donate, make an appointment for your …

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South Whidbey Schools Foundation

The South Whidbey Schools Foundation helps provide funding for creative and innovative projects outside the scope of the school district budget. The foundation works in tandem with district teachers to develop programs that are unique and mind-opening for students.

Good Cheer Food Bank

“It’s about coming together as a community and finding your place in the circle.” Hear from Karen Korbelik about the amazing work that Good Cheer Food Bank does on this Season of Giving short.

Island Beach Access

Whidbey’s beautiful beaches can be a challenge to reach. Island Beach Access is working hard to make Whidbey Island beaches more handicapped accessible.

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