Aqua Gifts, Bayleaf, Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce, Coupeville, Coupeville Front St., Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association, Coupeville history, Eat Mussels on Whidbye, Flyers Oak Harbor, Historic Coupeville, History on Whidbey, Island County Historical Society, Janie Cribbs, Joe Reggatori, Judy Lynn Coupeville, Kay Foss, Mussel Chowder, Mussel Farm Whidbey, Mussel Farm Whidbye, Mussel Festival, Mussle Eating Whidbey, Penn Cove Shellfish Farm, Sierra Brewery, Tangarine Sky, Whidbey Air, Whidbey History, Whidbey Island, Whidbey SHell Fish
Friday – March 2nd – 6:30 in the Coupeville Rec Hall – Coupeville
Enjoy Giant “Prairie Dog” Polish Hot Dogs, Thai Ginger Marinated Penn Cove Mussels, Wine and Flyer’s famous Penn Cove Pilsner & Pale Ale. Tambourine Sky performing live!
Tickets ($20) available at the Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce, the bayleaf and Aqua Gifts. Mussel chowder tasting tickets for the following day will be available for purchase at the Mingle.
Mussel Mingle BONUS! Purchase a signed copy of the new book
COUPEVILLE! To benefit the Island County Historical Society!
Coupeville Photo History Book Signing will ALSO be at the Rec Hall during the Mussel Mingle
“Coupeville” a book of photographic history spanning 1850-1950, written by Judy Lynn and Kay Foss will be released for the Mussel Festival, Friday March 2. The books will be for sale in the Recreation Hall Friday night, Saturday and Sunday, and the authors will be on hand for signing. All proceeds benefit the Island County Historical Society Museum. On Tuesday, March 13, 2:00 p.m. at the Coupeville Library Judy and Kay will show photographs, answer questions, and sign books. Judy Lynn, a long-time resident of Coupeville, has a passion for local history. Many of her oral interview subjects shared photographs from their private collections for this book. Kay Foss, a retired Coupeville secondary school teacher, brought her many skills in writing and social studies to this project.