Shop local is not a fad, it’s the economic bread and butter of Coupeville and 1000’s of small towns all over America. Our community is fortunate so many of us live within walking distance of our shopping and eating areas, and our parking lot next to the Coupeville Library also makes shopping in Coupeville easy. Shop & Eat Local for a secure and lively town.
Saturday – December 9, 2017 – Live music on the streets of downtown Historic District ALL DAY long. Listen to Skinny Tie Jazz as well as other great musicians while you shop, eat, or relax about our beautiful waterfront downtown. What could be better!
Saturday – December 16, 2017 – 12pm to 3pm – SANTA VISIT – come take pictures with Santa 12 noon to 3pm at the Island County Archives and Museum. Cost is one non-perishable food item per person for Coupeville’s Gifts of the Heart Food Bank. Sponsored by the Historic Waterfront and Iverson Insurance.
Saturday – December 23rd, 2017, Annual Caroling Contest for Central Whidbey Non-Profits. From 1pm to 2pm song will fill the air in downtown to benefit your ears and the non-profits who do such good work in our community.
The second oldest town in the majestic state of Washington, Coupeville sits on the southern shores of Penn Cove (part of the Salish Sea), located at the central point of Whidbey Island Explore historic Coupeville through our interactive history site. Click on a building and read its history. Learn more about your home or prime up for a visit. OUR thanks to the Whidbey Island 4-H A/V club for research and construction of our history site. The KIDS are smart!
PENNIES FOR PRESERVATION – P4P
Join our effort to help raise preservation dollars for assorted projects in our historic town.
P4P effort: The Coupeville Wharf. Our 100 plus year old wharf needs your support. The Port of Coupeville’s annual budgets can often be used up by costly and sometimes unexpected (age and weather) maintenance or compliance costs. BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, make a donation to the Historic Waterfront’s Pennies for Preservation program.
Current project: Recover, rebuild, reopen, beach access stairs at the lands end entry to the Wharf (behind Collections Boutique on Front St.) Online contributions accepted here.
More P4P efforts are in the planning stages. More to come