Sculpture, Theatre, Bands on Fidalgo Island

Sculpture, Theatre, Music in Anacortes

Stroll the byways and park areas of Anacortes, where the island city’s breathtaking natural assets serve as a backdrop for marvelous sculpture works by regional artists. From renowned Guemes Island artist Phil McCracken’s osprey sculpture at the top of Mt. Erie to Leo Osborne’s soaring raptor on the beach near…

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April Art Events in Anacortes

Anacortes Arts Festival - Spring Fest

What started as a way to bring visitors to Anacortes during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival has turned into an exciting 10 day series of events for the Anacortes Arts Festival. In its 4th year, the Anacortes Arts Festival presents 10 days of April art events at the Depot. This…

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98221 Studio Tour Takes Visitors Behind the Scenes

More than veggie seeds have been sprouting on Fidalgo Island this summer. The local arts community has pulled back the curtain on the many creative souls who’ve been drawn to the islands’ beauty, tranquility, and vibrant cultural and environmental scene. The 98221 (think local zip code) Artist’s Studio Tour, October…

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Anacortes Art on the Block

Anacortes Art on the Block

One of the newer sculptures in Anacortes, “How Much Longer” by Peregrine O’Gormley sets in front of How it Works and Northwest Image. The viewing site was donated by owners, Chris Terrell and Mark Edson. O’Gormley describes the sculpture as, “Mother Earth bends over backwards to accommodate the ever increasing weight…

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Vintage Discoveries & Quilts Galore

Anacortes Vintage Market

Feed Your Creative Muse with Vintage Discoveries & Quilts Galore If your decorating taste has one foot in the past, two lively April events are sure to stir your creative muse. Make a note on your calendar now to discover the wealth of decorating inspiration at the Fidalgo Island Quilters’ biennial…

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