Canoe races Whidbey, Coupeville, Coupeville history, Four Seasons of Water, Front St. Coupeville, Island County Historic Society, Island County Museum, Lisa Haas, Lou Labombard, Nancy Conrad, Penn Cove Water Festival, Rosie James, Russell Morton, Salmon Tacos, Shifty Sailors, Swil Kanim, Swil Kanim Honorworks Foundation, Tshimshain Haayuuk Dancers, Whidbey Island Festival, Whidbey Island Indians, Whidbey Island Native American, Whidbey Native Tribes, Whidbey Tacos
Thanks to a grant from Swil Kanim’s Honorworks Foundation and anonymous donors, the Penn Cove Water Festival will feature the following performances in downtown Coupeville during the Water Festival:
11:00am – Festival Welcome – Main Stage
11:30am – Drum demo by Lou Labombard – Main Stage
11:40am – Rosie James – Oral History – Main Stage
12:00 – Festival Welcome – Canoe Launch (Mayor Nancy Conard & Penn Cove Water Festival President Lisa Haas)
12:30 – Peter Ali – Main Stage – Flute and much more
1:15pm – The Shifty Sailors, Sea Shanties and Maritime Music – Main Stage
2:00pm – Swil Kanim – Main Stage – Native violin player & storyteller
3:00pm – Rosie James – Oral History – Block House
3:20pm – Storytelling by Lou Labombard – Block House
4:00pm – Tshimshain Haayuuk Dancers – Main Stage – Traditional and ceremonial dances involving you, the audience
5:00pm – End
The Bead Man, Russell Morton, will be displaying his Four Seasons of Water, a beading project he’s completed after 6 years of beading.
In-between performers, we’ll hear updates about the canoe races, festival history, the art show, and opportunities to purchase CD’s and meet the many talented musicians that are a part of this festival!