Around the island….
Time to get out & check it out:.
• Here’s the word from Gail & Randy at Cotton Cotton Cotton:
We are now open 7 days a week and starting summer hours!
Open every day Monday – Friday – 10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday – 9:30am – 5:30pm
We have lots of new merchandise too!
We have FRESH PRODUCE which is primarily made in the USA! FRESH PRODUCE is known for its original prints, vibrant color and stylish, comfortable clothing. They are feel good clothes that women will want to wear every day! We also have 3 exclusive prints of tee shirts from local Jenn Riggs from LOEA Designs, our biggest selection of Dansko we have had and even pajamas and windbreakers at great prices! Come in and see us!
• Here’s a note from the Whale Museum:
SOUNDWATCH BBQ POTLUCK FUNDRAISER
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Location: Snug Harbor, 1997 Mitchell Bay Road, Friday Harbor
Sponsored by: The Whale Museum, Soundwatch Boater Education Program
Admission: Free, Donations Accepted
Save the Date!
The Whale Museum’s Soundwatch team is holding a fundraiser BBQ Potluck. Join the Soundwatch crew for a potluck to meet the new team and raise a few dollars to help pay for Soundwatch days-on-the-water!
We will have the grills going and will provide some goodies. Please bring your own reusable plates/cups/utensils and a potluck item to share or something to throw on the grill. Carpooling is recommended as there is limited car space – please park up on the road and walk down to Snug.
The event is free and open to the public although donations are requested. Money raised will be used to fund Soundwatch days-on-the-water this season. Without strong community support, our efforts will be limited this summer season! The Soundwatch Boater Education Program works to reduce disturbances to marine mammals and the Salish Sea ecosystem by promoting responsible boating and wildlife viewing practices. To run the Soundwatch Program for a full season of education and research costs $500 per day. We hope you will help us raise the funds for a full season of public outreach, boater education, monitoring, and data collection on endangered killer whales while promoting the stewardship of the marine resources in the Salish Sea.
If you are not able to attend, you can still help Soundwatch online! Visit www.whalemuseum.org. Click the big yellow “Donate Now” button to help the Soundwatch Program. Be sure to mention Soundwatch in the comment field
Hope to see you there!