- MV Yakima remains out of service. This will cancel the 5:45 a.m., 6:25 p.m., and 10:05 p.m. scheduled sailings from Friday Harbor. New reservations are still suspended and existing reservation holders will be prioritized on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Due to the strong response it received the first time around, 50 more prints of Doug DeMeerleer’s painting of the buildings at the corner of Spring and First Street have been created thanks to the fine folks at Printonyx. The prints won’t last long, so get to Cecil’s on Argyle as early as you can today if you want one. They’re $25, cash or check only, and all proceeds once again go the Family Resource Center to help those impacted by the April 7 fire with essential household and family needs.
- The store at the farm formerly known as Dancing Seeds is open. They have tulips, lettuce, radishes, greens, and spring garlic. You can find them at 3501 Beaverton Valley Road.
- It’s the last day to take part in the Community Care Cans project organized by Soroptimist International of Friday Harbor, which is collecting household items to help islanders in need.
- There are currently 24 actively monitored COVID cases on San Juan Island. Next week’s on-island vaccine clinic for second boosters is currently full, but appointments may become available if existing registrants cancel.
- Coho is back with another Saturday night pop-up. This week it’s Mexican-themed — tamales, tacos, mole, enchiladas, huaraches, flan, concha and horchata. It runs from 5 to 10 p.m.
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