Get ready to mark your calendars! November brings some fun, festive, and educational events to Whidbey Island, and you won’t want to miss out. Follow the links below the graphic for more details on each event. Happy November!
Find more information on each Whidbey Island event here:
November 2: Día de los Muertos Celebration
November 3: First Saturday Art Walk – Langley
November 6: Fishing with the First People
November 10-11: Autumn on Whidbey Wine, Spirits and Art Tour
November 10: Second Saturdays at Greenbank Farm
November 16: Ricardo Lemvo and Makina Loca
November 17: Saratoga Orchestra Concert
November 22: Thanksgiving Dinner at Captain Whidbey
November 24: Sip ‘n Shop on the Cove
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