Using slides, Lynette Roberts and Steve Ulvi will share stories and memories of the people and the immense taiga landscape while learning to live a simple life in the bush along the Upper Yukon River near Eagle, Alaska. They lived, worked and adventured in Alaska for 33 years, moving to San Juan island in 2007 to build a new homestead life in retirement. Refreshments will be served.
Sat. March 28, 2015, 1-4pm.
Meet Kathleen Foley of the San Juan Preservation Trust and Tanja Williamson of the San Juan County Land Bank for a behind the scenes look at an exciting land acquisition project being undertaken for future public use. Learn about the Mount Grant Preserve (formerly known as Lawson Ridge) and get a peek at its spectacular views of San Juan Island. Distance: 2 mi. RT. Terrain: old unpaved road and rough unfinished path with significant uphill and down. Altitude gain/loss 500′. Rating: moderate to difficult. No dogs, please. Rain or shine. Binoculars suggested. Meet and park at the Preserve entrance on West Valley Road. Look for sandwich sign saying “San Juan Preservation Trust/ Land Bank Event”. Parking is limited so please try to carpool.
March 19th, 6pm at the Grange Hall. Continue reading 'Spring Is Here Potluck, March 19th'»
Wednesday, March 11, 7pm. San Juan Island Public Library Main Salon.
Meet Lee Taylor, Superintendent of San Juan Island National Historical Park to hear about the accomplishments of our park in 2014 and the plans for 2015. This is a special addition to the Know Your Islanders Talks just as Lee has become a special addition to our island. Refreshments will be served.
Meet intrepid travelers Francie Hansen local artist and gifted teacher and Carol Jackson well-known co-owner of Serendipity Used Books to hear about their explorations on numerous world wide long-haul trips. Hear how two very different women enjoy traveling together and find humor in tough situations. Photographs will illustrate their trips and challenges.
Refreshments are furnished in part by the Friends of the Library.