Isle of the Arts Visits Vaudeville Show

SATURDAY – MARCH 3Oth – 2:30-4:30pm

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“Isle of the Arts” Visits Vaudeville Variety show on March 30th. The event will be at Oak Harbor High School at 1 Wildcat Way in Oak Harbor at 2:30 PM.

m_Avi, Matt and Siobhan 3The event is sponsored by all women entrepreneurs on Whidbey Island along with Whidbey Weekly in recognition of Women’s History Month. The women-run organizations include Whidbey Life MagazineLavender Wind Farm store in Coupeville, Click Music in Oak Harbor, Swift Copies in Coupeville, and Amy Carpenter of AAC Design of Coupeville.

This variety show is showcasing the island’s incredible talent from all over the island.

From the south end of the island BOTH Karin Blaine and The Muse and eye (Russell Clepper and Sarah Dial Primrose), Recipe for Disaster (circus performers Matt Hoar and Siobhan Wright), David Locke on the accordian, belly dancer (Gwen Sipes) and MUCH MORE.

From the North end of Whidbey, Two-Star Retired, Navy Read Admiral Bill McDaniels is emceeing. Musicians include Tony Read, Lowell Sipes, Jack Hubbart, Meredith Reichmann, and Allenda Jenkins and MUCH MORE.

Concessions will be available, courtesy of Whidbey Island’s own Chef Edward Gallo!

Advance TICKETS AVAILABLE – $10 for adults and $2 for children (15 and under).  ALSO available at the door on March 30th

Langley – Moonraker Books

Greenbank – Greenbank Farms Cheese Shop

Coupeville – Lavender Wind Farm store & Lind’s Drug

Oak Harbor – Click Music

Special Access and Seating – IS AVAILABLE!  Please arrive no less than 45 minutes in advance.

 This is a family-friendly fundraiser is designed to support Whidbey’s only community-run radio station, streaming 24 hours daily, seven days a week from



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