Articles tagged with: Friday Harbor

It’s the Fourth of July!

Written on July 4, 2009 at 12:58 am, by

It’s time for you to get out­side & play — check the San Juan Cal­en­dar for all the stuff that’s going on (and to get ready to go to the bbq or the beach or the fire­works, or wher­ev­er your part of the tribe is col­lect­ing) — see ya there!

It’s the Fourth of July!

Written on July 4, 2009 at 12:58 am, by

It’s time for you to get out­side & play — check the San Juan Cal­en­dar for all the stuff that’s going on (and to get ready to go to the bbq or the beach or the fire­works, or wher­ev­er your part of the tribe is col­lect­ing) — see ya there!

Are you ready for the weekend?

Written on July 2, 2009 at 12:22 pm, by

The Fourth of July on the island is one of my favorite days on the island (besides grad­u­a­tion & the Fair & soc­cer games & foot­ball games & bas­ket­ball games & Valen­tine’s Day & Sol­stice — both of ’em — and Cana­da Day.) You can get an idea of the stuff that’s gonna be hap­pen­ing by  Con­tin­ue Reading

Sports update.…

Written on April 30, 2009 at 12:01 am, by

Thurs­day after­noon the hard-luck soc­cer Wolver­ines pres­sured the goal through­out the game, but shot after shot lat­er the boys came up with a 0–0 draw with Cav­alero Mid-High School. The guys end the sea­son with a win and two ties to go with eight loss­es, and the sat­is­fac­tion of steady improve­ment through the sea­son. They  Con­tin­ue Reading

Kinda like Wrigley Field…

Written on April 26, 2009 at 3:19 am, by

In Chica­go, they sched­ule Cubs games at Wrigley in the mid­dle of the day for two rea­sons: One, that’s when base­ball is sup­posed to be played, and two, then peo­ple can skip work & go watch ’em. Today, you can too — the Fri­day Har­bor Wolver­ines base­ball team plays at 2:45pm here against Orcas at  Con­tin­ue Reading

Soccer photos posted.…

Written on April 23, 2009 at 12:02 am, by

One of the tal­ent­ed stu­dents at Fri­day Har­bor High is senior Lau­ren Paulsen, who has been shoot­ing Sports Illus­­trat­ed-lev­­el pho­tos at soc­cer games — click here to see her port­fo­lio (com­piled by Cassie Ellis) from the Nook­sack Val­ley game last week, which was arguably the boys’ best played game at home so far this year. That’s  Con­tin­ue Reading

Farmers’ Market moves outside…

Written on April 21, 2009 at 7:42 am, by

You know, it was cozy & warm & friend­ly hav­ing the Mar­ket at the high school in the din­ing hall/commons there, but the weath­er’s good enough to get out now…market man­ag­er Rosa Blair tells me the out­door mar­kets for Sat­ur­days (10am-1pm) begin this week­end and run till Octo­ber. They’re also plan­ning to get the Wednes­day  Con­tin­ue Reading

Farmers’ Market moves outside…

Written on April 21, 2009 at 7:42 am, by

You know, it was cozy & warm & friend­ly hav­ing the Mar­ket at the high school in the din­ing hall/commons there, but the weath­er’s good enough to get out now…market man­ag­er Rosa Blair tells me the out­door mar­kets for Sat­ur­days (10am-1pm) begin this week­end and run till Octo­ber. They’re also plan­ning to get the Wednes­day  Con­tin­ue Reading