Scott Milo Gallery celebrates its 6th Annual “Little Gems” event featuring small works in an invitational show, Aug. 6-28. This is a juried show with 71 accepted paintings. Kathleen Dunphy, an award winning artist from Northern California, is presenting the awards at 3 p.m. on August 6. The plein artists will be doing a painting […]
It was fun to see 1957 Anacortes Marineers Pageant Queen Judie Lewis Zersen in the recent 4th of July parade. Following the parade, however, I found out her driver/escort was none other than her grandson, U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal John Malquist, age 20. Smiles all ’round!
Indications from an unofficial vote of Anacortes City Council members Monday night are that the custom-built Tommy Thompson train will be returned from city ownership back to ownership by the Thompson Family. This one-of-a-kind train was designed, built and operated by Tommy G. Thompson, who died in 1999. The family donated the train to the […]
Seafarers’ Memorial Park, adjacent to Cap Sante Marina, is a wonderful place to visit. In addition to a monument listing the names of men who have died at sea, the park is home to the “Lady of the Sea.” This sculpture by Deborah Copenhaver was commissioned by the late Ray Separovich, identified on the sculpture […]
Reports are that is has been a great couple of days of sailing for Race Week Pacific Northwest, based in Anacortes out of Cap Sante Marina. Here are a few scenes from the marina, where activity spills out not only to surrounding waters but to the business community as well. Remember, this is a pubic […]