photo by Morgan

The New Whidbey Life Magazine Is Here!

Posted in Community, Culinary, Feature, History, Literary, More Stories, Music, Photo essay, Theater and Dance, Visual Art

Whidbey Life Magazine’s Fall/Winter print issue captures the magic of life on Whidbey Island. This issue highlights the way our landscape—farms, valleys, views, vistas—inspires and influences Whidbey Islanders. Musicians, painters, writers, actors, all of us seem to draw something from the sights, sounds and scents of Whidbey.

Hundreds brave the icy water at Double Bluff beach on New Year’s Day. See the article “A Winter Weekend On Whidbey” (photo by David Welton)

Fog glides up and over Hill Road in Coupeville. See the article “A Winter Weekend On Whidbey” (photo by Rick Lawler, whidbeyphotos.com)

With summer past and daylight ebbing, winter brings with it the opportunity to make our world a cozy one; we’re here to help with suggestions for projects and places. Whidbey has its own particular beauty in the winter and our weekend tour article helps you discover it.

The “Colonel’s House” at Camp Casey in Coupeville overlooks the fields and the Straits of Juan de Fuca. See the article “Shining a Light on the Past:Whidbey Island’s Fort Casey and Admiralty Head Lighthouse.” (photo by Marsha Morgan)

The “Colonel’s House” at Camp Casey in Coupeville overlooks the fields and the Straits of Juan de Fuca. See the article “Shining a Light on the Past:Whidbey Island’s Fort Casey and Admiralty Head Lighthouse.” (photo by Marsha Morgan)

Plus we highlight several notable historic buildings—Admiralty Lighthouse, Camp Casey, Whidbey Playhouse—and the people who breathe life into them.

Pick up a copy at a local retailer (on newsstands by Oct. 15). You’ll find Whidbey Life Magazine in some of your favorite shops and stores island-wide. This high-quality, 52-page full color magazine is created by talented Whidbey writers, photographers and artists with the goal of sharing the best our beautiful island has to offer.

A student gathers natural materials for a recent dye-making workshop at Pacific NorthWest Art School in Coupeville. See the article “Well Schooled in Art.” (photo by David Welton)

A student gathers natural materials for a recent dye-making workshop at Pacific NorthWest Art School in Coupeville. See the article “Well Schooled in Art.” (photo by David Welton)

Whether you’re a local or a first-time visitor to our fair isle, Whidbey Life Magazine will help you make the most of your time here. And as an added bonus, 10% of Whidbey Life Magazine print issue sales are earmarked for the WLM grant program. Your purchase helps make great things happen in our community!

Hundreds brave the icy water at Double Bluff beach on New Year’s Day. See the article “A Winter Weekend On Whidbey” (photo by David Welton)

Hundreds brave the icy water at Double Bluff beach on New Year’s Day. See the article “A Winter Weekend On Whidbey” (photo by David Welton)

Subscribe now and we’ll mail you two issues each year—in October and May. Your $18 annual subscription includes postage and makes a great gift.

Stay informed between print issues with fresh weekly content on the free online magazine at www.whidbeylifemagazine.org. Register here and we’ll send a weekly Flash email with exciting headlines and events.

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Go to www.whidbeylifemagazine.org for more information and retail locations.

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Image at top: Fall 2015/Winter 2015 Cover photo—Admiralty Head Lighthouse sits on a bluff 127 feet above sea level. See the article “Shining a Light on the Past: Whidbey Island’s Fort Casey and Admiralty Head Lighthouse.”  (photo by Marsha Morgan)

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