Notes from the Island — June 15
Posted June 15, 2022 at 6:00 am by Jeff Arnim
- The lowest tides in more than a decade are happening today around 11:15 a.m. and tomorrow just after noon. False Bay, Eagle Cove, and Granny’s Cove are all great places to check it out.
- Return of the River, winner of the 2014 Friday Harbor Film Festival Audience Choice Award, is FHFF’s next offering in its Director Series. Following a free online showing on Thursday from 6:30 to 9 p.m., the film will be available on demand from June 17 through 29 for $1.95. The documentary follows a group of strong-minded, committed people as they attempt to change the public opinion of a town, and eventually the entire country, to remove both dams on the Elwha River.
- Congrats to Storrie Arnold and Lili Light, who will be representing San Juan Island at the state Special Olympics this weekend.
- San Juan Community Theatre has released the schedule of shows for their 2022–2023 season.
- Rocky Bay Cafe is only open for take out today.
- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police were active in the islands over the weekend, issuing citations to boaters who collected shrimp in excess of the daily limit.
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