The Camano Center and Island Senior Resources are working hard to plan the annual 55 + Resource Fair coming up Saturday, March 28th, 9:30 AM—2:30 PM. The goal of the event is to have one convenient place for the community to come and learn about services, programs, and activities tailored to the 55 and over age group. Representatives and information about government and other non-profit services, local transportation options, medical services, products, support groups, public safety, legal and financial services, senior living options, and volunteer opportunities can all be found at this resource event coming up May 30 from 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Click here for the complete schedule,
Let Your Music Shine
Let’s Have a Playdate! Sing-along and move-along to the music of Brahms accompanied by a woodwind quartet. Tickets are $10 per person. Babies in arms are free (not yet walking). A musical adventure! Let’s go on three playdates; at a friend’s house, at the park, and at a concert. We will bounce, march, and sing to the amazing music of Johannes Brahms. Young ones will play hide and seek, chase, and even ride a carousel, all set to the music that dances with joy!
Lisa Linda Shine have produced and presented over 1000 performances for young children for International Arts Organizations, including 18 seasons with the Seattle Symphony and the Vancouver Symphony. As composers, arrangers and producers, they have also won numerous awards for their DVD’s and CD’s. For more information, visit www.LisaLindaShine.com
Lisa Grace is the Artistic Director and co-ordinates staging, set design, and costuming for live performances. Lisa enjoys composing for several genres of music and leads songwriting workshops with noted Northwest composers. She is the creator of the theme song for the international program “Peacebuilders” and is currently a Voice/Performance Coach and Director of LGMusic Voice Studio in Anacortes.
This 5K/10K fun run/walk is a great way to start the summer off! Registration fee is $20 or $35 with a T-Shirt. Participants gather after the event for an awards celebration and snacks. This is a great family event and averages about 300 runners. BuDu Racing will be timing the run again this year. Registration will begin April 1.
7:30-8:30 registration and packet pickup
9:00 5K & 10K Race begins
10:30 is the Award Ceremony. There are medals for top three male and female runners. Ribbons awarded to the top three finishers in each age group.
Includes transportation and train ticket
The 3.5 hour program includes: wine tasting stops at the Snoqualmie Depot, the Train Shed Exhibit Building, and the Snoqualmie Falls Hydro Museum – home of the world’s first underground hydroelectric plant, built in 1898. Visit the historic carpenter’s shop and Snoqualmie Falls Depot and learn about Charles Baker’s vision inspired by the power of Snoqualmie Falls! Must be 21 or older. Ticket includes return passage to Snoqualmie. Train departs at 2:30pm and returns at 6pm.
Live Music on St. Patrick's Day. No host bar. Beer, wine, dancing, food, and leprechauns!
When the taverns and bars of the Stanwoodopolis area declined the South End String Band’s offer to play St. Pat’s Day, leaving the island and the great metro area as devoid of music as Ireland was of snakes, they approached the Camano Community Center. “St. Paddy’s Day without jigs and hornpipes is like Christmas without carols,” they argued. “For one day at least, for the community,” they pleaded, “you have to become an Irish drinking establishment. Live music, green beer. Celtic carols! ”
So it came to be that the leprechauns were welcomed back, the shamrocks hung by the chimney with care, the hallowed halls of the Center were open to the bibulous and the brave, the South End String Band was declared the keepers of the flame. The bar is open, lasses and laddies! The island is Green once again!
Bring your sweetheart, bring your elves, bring an appetite and definitely bring a thirst. Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the music will be playing hot and furious. Some traditions never die and St. Patrick’s Day is back at the Camano Community Center. One night of the year we’re all Irish. Erin go braugh!
Bingo is Back! Not Your Ordinary Decades Bingo will be Saturday, March 21. Dress up and represent your favorite Decade. Doors open at 6PM and games begin at 7PM. Gather your friends. FREE seating reservations available by contacting the Camano Center. Reservations held only until 6:45 p.m. Pay at the door. $16 for 10 games of bingo. Cash or Check only. The disco lounge and bar open at 6PM. Debit and Credit gladly accepted for food and beverages. Raffle and cash prizes. 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island 360.387.0222.
Jovino Santos Neto worked as a pianist, flutist and producer with the legendary Hermeto Pascoal in his native Brazil for 15 years. Since moving to Seattle in 1993, he has released several recordings as a composer and leader of his Quinteto and others in collaboration with musicians such as Bill Frisell, Gretchen Parlato, Paquito d’Rivera and many more.
A worldwide performer and lecturer, he has received many commissions and awards for his work for orchestras, soloists, chamber ensembles and for his Quinteto. Jovino’s music blends contemporary harmonies and improvisations with a rich variety of Brazilian rhythmic languages.
Jovino has received three nominations for a Latin Grammy and has been inducted into the Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame. He’s a Professor of Music at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.
Jovino Santos Neto - Piano, Flute, Melodica & Percussion
Tim Carey - Bass
Jeff Busch - Drums & Percussion
Contact the Camano Center for information on tickets for students.
The Camano Center and Island Senior Resources are working hard to plan the annual 55 + Resource Fair. The goal of the event is to have one convenient place for seniors to come and learn about services, programs, and activities tailored to the 55 and over age group. Representatives and information about government and other non-profit services, local transportation options, medical services, products, support groups, public safety, legal and financial services, senior living options, and volunteer opportunities can all be found at this resource event.
Tickets and Transportation
Mariners vs Philadelphia Phillies July 4th in section 116, Rows 27-29
Be apart of the exciting crowd for the Mariners vs Phillies game! Enjoy the sunshine watching baseball and stadium food and be back home in time to enjoy the holiday with your friends and family.
Leave the driving and parking to us and take a stress-free trip to Seattle!
Members: $893 (double) / $1,123 (single)
NonMembers: $982 (double) / $1,235 (single)
Price includes drop off & pick up and cruise ticket (includes 6 meals, lodging accommodations, and much more!).
Enjoy getting a feel for island life with 2 nights and 3 full days, with time to wander around the vibrant seaside port of Friday Harbor. Visit historic Roche Harbor, and to the north, scenic Sucia Island, an exclusive jewel only accessible by private boats. With this tour, exploration will cover the southern islands and lighthouses, historic destinations and hidden passages of the central islands, and the more remote northern lighthouses and Washington State Park islands. As you go San Juan Cruises will give you the best possible chance of spotting our magnificent marine mammals including Orca, Humpback and Minke whales, and of course scenery you will not soon forget. Itinerary flier is available at the Camano Center for this trip.
3 days of private cruising in the San Juan Islands, 2 nights deluxe accommodations in Friday Harbor, 6 meals, waterfront dinner at Downriggers in Friday Harbor, lighthouses and parks, and a beach picnic and nature walk on Sucia Island.
606 Arrowhead Road
Camano Island, WA 98282
Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 10 am - 3 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 3 pm