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Join Skye Burn, producer of the June & Farrar Project and granddaughter of author June Burn, at the Port Stanley Schoolhouse on June 18th to celebrate the 7th printing of Burn’s Living High: An Unconventional Biography. Living High chronicles the life of June and Farrar Burn who homesteaded on Waldron Island, lived north of the Arctic Circle before Alaska became a state, and toured the U.S. with their two young sons in the Burn Ballad Bungalow. Reception and book signing to follow.
Troy Olsen & Jack Giard – We’re grateful to Troy and Jack for rescheduling this very special talk about the
We’re keeping up the Lopez tradition of passing on fiber skills, in honor of our show with Island Fibers at
In January of this year, the Lopez Island Historical Society bade Mark Thompson-Klein a happy retirement with deep gratitude for his years of service. We also welcomed Amy Hildebrand as our new Executive Director. Our thanks to the Islands’ Weekly and Gretchen Wing for the great article announcing this change and introducing Amy to the community.