Orcas Today: January 17th-19th

RESCHEDULED: The Whale of a Show has been moved from January 17th to January 31st due to snow.

Ladies Tennis
Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Buck Park Courts
This event is free and open to ladies ages 18 and up.

Public Meeting: Rotary Club
January 17th from 5:00-6:00pm at the Eastsound Fire Station
Meets regularly on Fridays.

Live Music at Luna’s Cafe
Fridays from 7:00-9:00pm
Join us for dinner and live music on Fridays!

On Screen at Seaview Theater: Knives Out
January 17th & 18th at 7:30pm
Rated PG-13.

Karaoke at the Lower Tavern
Fridays at 9:30pm
Come sing your heart out!

Open Intermediate Tennis
Wednesdays/Saturdays at the Buck Park Tennis Courts
Wednesdays from 3:00-6:00pm, Saturdays from 8:30-11:00am. This is a free event. For more information visit www.oiprd.org.

All About Pets Workshop
January 18th from 2:00-6:00pm at the Exchange Annex
Join us as we make pet toys, pet beds, cat caves, and anything pet-related using all rescued, salvaged, recycled, and upcycled materials. Come support our Zero Waste initiative and make a great gift for your pet! Email asifa@exchangeorcas.org for more information, or visitexchangeorcas.org/upcoming-workshops-at-the-exchange/

Rosario Music Concert and Narrative
Saturdays at 4:00pm at the Rosario Mansion
Come learn about the history of the Moran mansion through photographs and music with Christopher Peacock.

Community Conversation: Equitable & Affordable Access
January 19th from 1:00-3:00pm at Oddfellows Hall
This conversation, hosted by the Orcas Food Co-op, will consist of short film screenings featuring civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., food sovereignty activist Leah Penninman, and the Wholesome Wave and Fresh Bucks programs. Bring your questions for a panel of local organizations involved with Fresh Bucks in the island community and a group conversation following the films. Kids are welcome, snacks and refreshments will be provided. For more information, email marketing@orcasfood.coop

OICMF Conducting Workshop
January 19th at 7:00pm at the Orcas Library
Over the course of four Sunday evening interactive video sessions, well-known Seattle-area conductor Adam Stern will teach the rudiments of conducting and share his own experiences as a conductor. Through a generous grant from the Gould Family Foundation, these live video sessions are free. To preregister for any or all of the four Conducting Workshop sessions, or to learn how to participate remotely, contact Tracy at Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival at tracy@oicmf.org or by phone at 360-376-6636.

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