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MUTINY BAY SCHOOL…

MUTINY BAY SCHOOL… As South Whidbey became more and more settled by immigrants from Europe and Americans pushing west for the dream of a better life, schools were established in the small communities dotting the Island. Some of these early …

The South Whidbey Historical Society is staffing the parking lot opposite the Fairgrounds for the Whidbey Island Area Fair running this Thursday, July 19 through Sunday, July 22. When you park in the SWHS lot, you help to support the …

Our summer schedule begin this Friday at the South Whidbey Historical Museum. Stop by and see us between 1 and 4 p.m. The Museum will now be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 1 and 4 p.m. until Labor Day …

We were saddened to learn of the passing of Warren Farmer, one of South Whidbey’s oldest native sons. http://www.southwhidbeyrecord.com/…/warren-farmer-april-25…/ Here are some excerpts from a recent article on Warren as he was honored as a tribal elder by the S’Kallam …

Before it was called Sandy Point…

Before it was called Sandy Point, it was called Brown’s Point, but before that, it was a permament Snohomish village called TSEHT-skluhks (‘ragged nose’). The village had a potlatch house and clam beds which drew visitors from as far away …

Indigenous Peoples on South Whidbey Field Trip

The South Whidbey Schools Foundation provided a $3,500 grant this year for all the 4th grade classes (Rachel Kizer’s, Sue Raley’s, and Kathy Stanley’s classes) at SW Elementary School to learn about the history, way of life, and values of local …

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