In action on Thursday….
Let’s look around:
• Do you need a babysitter? You really want to get out, don’t you? Here’s your chance, from Jennifer Whalen:
I was wondering if you could post the following for my EAGER 18 year old. She is looking to help families on San Juan Island with their child care needs. THANK YOU!!!
San Juan Island…. I thought I would let all of you know that my daughter Kayla Whalen is back on Island full time attending Skagit. She is 18, responsible, CPR certified and extremely experienced with children of all ages. She is available Monday – Sunday, almost any times available. Depending on the # of children; her rates are between $10-$15/hour. Give her a call if you would like weekly care for your kiddos, date night with your honey or if you just need an afternoon to yourself!
Kayla Whalen – 1-360-770-8170 cell
kaylawhalen8393 (at) hotmail.com
• Here’s the word from Peggy & Oren at the Rumor Mill:
The Rumor Mill will be featuring a fabulous Bavarian Dinner, partnering with the San Juan Community Theatre in their production of The Sound of Music May 10-20.
In addition to our full menu, enjoy schnitzel, goulash, sauerbraten, house smoked pork chops, apple strudel, apple almond cheesecake, Vienna lager, German wines & Austrian spirits. We will even have a special Sound of Music themed children’s menu. Our special menu will be available before and after the play each evening. Ask us about our 10% discount for theatre-goers, before or after any performance at the San Juan Community Theatre.
Reservations are appreciated. Open Tue: 4 pm -10:00 pm, Wed – Sat: 11:30 am-11:00 pm, & Sun: 4:00-10:00 pm. Contact us on Facebook, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 360-378-5555.
• Kevin at the Historical Museum has a good one for you:
Fish Tales with John Wade & Terry Jackson
Saturday, May 12, 3:00 PM.
San Juan Historical Museum Resource Center
Hear fascinating tales of yore about the glory days of fishing in the San Juans. Learn about the people, the boats and the fishing methods used when salmon was king. Copies of the recently released publication The Fishermen and The Fisheries of the San Juan Islands will be available for purchase. Suggested donation $5, museum members no charge.
Please contact the museum for further information at 360.378.3949 or www.sjmuseum.org/events