Halloween at the Hall: Oct. 28

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The Rick Epting Foundation for the Arts and Kennelly Keys are partnering to present a Halloween costume party and fundraiser for free music lessons for kids.

Performing at this event for the first time in Anacortes is the Bellingham band The Penny Stinkers and there will be a costume contest and beverages provided by Anacortes Brewery.

This is an all ages show and children under 12 are FREE.

All the money raised at this event will go to the newly established fund to pay for music lessons for music students who can not afford them.

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com or at Kennelly Keys.

Kennelly Keys is located at 1904 Commerical Ave., Anacortes.

For more information: pugetsoundproductions@gmail.com.

Located in Old Town Anacortes, Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC, licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain, is proud to support Anacortes events.  For any of your real estate needs, please contact us daily at (360) 941-3734, (360) 899-5027 or Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

Anacortes Senior Center Fundraiser Oct. 28

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The Anacortes Senior Center Foundation presents “Fun – Fabulous Forever Young” on Saturday, October 28, at 5:30 p.m.  This event is an unconventional runway show with clothing made primarily of office supplies.

This fundraiser will be held at The Depot in Old Town Anacortes, located at 611 R Ave.

Tickets are $50 and includes dinner and music, and are available at Watermark Book Company and the Anacortes Senior Center.

For additional information, contact the Anacortes Senior Center at (360) 293-7473.

Located in Old Town Anacortes, Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC, licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain, is proud to support Anacortes events.  For any of your real estate needs, please contact us daily at (360) 941-3734, (360) 899-5027 or Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

Anacortes Artists Studio Tour Oct. 21-22

 

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Presented by the Anacortes Arts Commission, the 2017 Anacortes Artist’s Studio Tour will take place Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21.

This year’s tour will feature the artwork of more than 40 artists at more than 30 venues, and studios will be open throughout the 98221 zip code from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

Maps for the free self-guided tour around Fidalgo Island will be available at all participating studios, local galleries, the Depot Art Center and the Croatian Cultural Center, the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, plus many other establishments throughout the area.

The brochure are additional information will also be on the Anacortes Arts Commission website: www.anacortesartscommission.com.

Located in Old Town Anacortes, Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC, licensed under Coldwell Banker Bain, is proud to support Anacortes events.  For any of your real estate needs, please contact us daily at (360) 941-3734, (360) 899-5027 or Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

City of Anacortes Dog Licenses Move Online

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The City of Anacortes will begin issuing 2018 dog licenses in mid-November so be on the lookout for your more convenient options in the coming weeks.

2018 changes include:

  • Renewal licenses will be mailed directly to owners of all currently licensed pets.
  • New and renewal licenses will be available by mail, in person at City Hall or the Anacortes Police Department, and online.
  • Owners will be able to update their own contact information and pet information throughout the year.

 

Proof of rabies vaccinations are required each time your renew your dog’s license, and if you have moved since your dog was last licensed, please call (360) 299-1968 to ensure that your renewal reminder reaches you well in advance of the January 1 deadline.

Click here for pricing and additional licensing information.

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Fundraiser Oct. 28 Benefiting Animal Protection Society – Friday Harbor & S.P.O.T.

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The Animal Protection Society – Friday Harbor (APSFH) will host its first “The Howl: A Pawsatively Spooktacular Halloween Fundraiser on Saturday, October 28, from 6 to 11 p.m.
This is a 21+ event and will take place at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge in Anacortes, featuring a gourmet dinner, no-host bar, costume contest with cash prizes, dancing to Vancouver Premier DJ, onstage games, raffles, silent auction and our guest master of ceremonies, actor Neal McDonough. A portion of this fundraiser will also benefit S.P.O.T. (Saving Pets One at a Time), a sister shelter in the Burlington area, who shares APSFH’s mission as a no-kill rescue for adoptable homeless pets in need.
Tickets are $75 and all proceeds benefit the Animal Protection Society – Friday Harbor and S.P.O.T’s daily operational expenses.
For more information or to purchase tickets online, CLICK HERE.

“Tales for Tails” at the Anacortes Public Library

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Made possible by Dogs on Call, “Tales for Tails” will be held at the Anacortes Public Library on the second Saturday of each month from 1 – 2 p.m. in the Children’s Library.

Children are invited to come and practice their reading skills by reading to the dogs of Dogs on Call.

Upcoming dates include:

  • October 14
  • November 11
  • December 9

For additional information about Tales for Tails, please contact the Anacortes Public Library.

Free Event: Tales from Wild Alaska

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Taking place Friday, October 13, at the Anacortes Senior Center from 7 – 8:30 p.m., join Alaskan best-selling author and photographer Nick Jans as he shares photos and stories about life in Northwest arctic Alaska, where he lived for 21 years.  All are welcome to this FREE admission event.

Author of A Wolf Called Romeo, Jans will share short readings from his award winning essay collection, The Giant’s Hand, as well as a vivid slideshow.

Jans will be available to sign photography available for purchase at the end of the talk, as well.  Cash or checks only are requested.

For additional information, please contact Tina at (360) 755-3238.  The Anacortes Senior Center is located at 1701 22nd St. in Anacortes.

Anacortes Bier on the Pier Oct. 6-7

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Anacortes‘ 2017 Bier on the Pier will kick off Friday, October 6, from 5 to 9 p.m., and will also take place Saturday, October 7, from Noon to 6 p.m.

The event will be held at the Historic Port Warehouse located at 1st & Commercial, in downtown Anacortes allowing for spectacular views overlooking the Guemes Channel and Mount Baker. More than 30 Washington State breweries, as well as 10 cideries, will share their finest as guests work their way through the six tasting tickets that come with each day’s pass.

For additional information or to purchase tickets online, CLICK HERE.

2017 Anacortes Vintage Market: “Falliday” Oct. 20-21

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Sassy Frass Company will present the 2017 Anacortes Vintage Market on Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21. “Falliday” is this season’s event theme and it will take place at the Port Transit Event Center at 100 Commercial Ave. in Anacortes.
Tickets are available now and are limited for Friday’s VIP event from 6 to 9 p.m. for $20, which also includes admission cost for Saturday. To attend Saturday only, tickets are $7 and the event is from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Vendors will be stocked each day with home and garden décor, French antiques, junk salvage, collectibles and more!
A canned good drive will also take place both days, and more information about the event and ticket information can be found online HERE.

Free State Park Day: Sept. 30

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Deception Pass and other state parks throughout Washington will allow entrance without a Discover Pass on Saturday, September 30, in recognition of National Public Lands Day.

Additional free days this year are Nov. 11 and Nov. 24.

The Discover Pass is regularly $30 for an annual pass and $10 for a day pass and is required for vehicle access to state recreation lands managed by Washington State Parks, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Department of Natural Resources.

Please note, free days apply only to day use (not overnight stays or rented facilities). A Discover Pass will still be required on these days to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

For more information, visit www.DiscoverPass.wa.gov.