2013 Penn Cove Water Festival, 2013 Penn Cove Water Festivial, Adam Lorio, Alysha Pickler, Amanda d'Almeida, Amanda Fabrizi, Amy Millenbach, Andy Walker, Angella Contreras, Anita de Give, Anna King, Bay Printing, Ben Etzell, Ben Haight, Ben Wehrman, Benye & John Weber, Benye Weber, Betty Gewald, Blue Fox Prints, Boat races coupeville, Bonnie Gretz, Bree Messner, Brett Arnold, Calley Walker, Cameron Boyd, Carol Parbs, Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce, Central Whidbey Lions, Cole Weinstein, Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival Association, Coupeville High School National Honor Society Members, Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association, Coupeville Leo's Club, Coupeville Lions, Coupeville Wharf Store, Danny Savalza, Debbie Wysomierski, Desiree Sanders, Diane Eelkema, Dianna Statt, Dick & Sandra Snowberger, Don Sherman, Dorothy Egnom, Drew Chan, Emily Clay, Faith Richards, Faith Wilder, Friends of the Coupeville Library, Front Street Grill, Garrett Compton, Gary & Dianna Piazzon, Gary Parker, Gary Piazzon, Gerry Roberts, Heni Barnes, Hertlein Grant Writing, Honey Bear, Honor Works, HonorWorks, Howard Garrett, Humanities of Washington, Island County Museum, Island County Washington, Island Transit, Jack Hanneman, Jackie Feusier, Jai'Lysa Hoskins, Jan Graham, Jane Monson, Jared Dickson, Joe Walck, Judy Lynn, Julie Dougherty-Winger, Kay Foss, Keith & Joyce Fruik, Kelsey Pape, Kenzie Kooch, Kimberly Porter, Konrad Borden, Kristen Tully, KT Wynn, Kyle Waterman, Kyle Waterman Penn Cove Water Festival, Lee James, Lou Labombard, Luke Pelant, Madison McPhee, Margaret Elphick, Maria Reyes Vick, Marilyn Engle, McKenzie Rice, Meghan Oakes, Mel Rogers, Michael Ferri & Jim Sherman, Michael Monson, Millie Fonda, Molly, Molly Hughes, Nathan Lamb, Native Boat Races, Native Tribes Pacific Northwest, Norma and Gerry Roberts, Oak Harbor Lions, Odette Lopez, Onee Hedeen, Orca Network, Penn Cove Water Festival, Penn Cove Waterfest, Penny Barville, Port of Coupeville, Rachel Wenzel, Ramona Laster, Reuben Greene, Richard Malaas, Roger Purdue, Samantha Thompson, Sarah Bailey, Shelby Nell, Sno-Isle Libraries, Squaxin Island Tribe, Stillaguamish Tribe, Suquamish Tribe, Susan Berta, Susan Berta & Howard Garrett, Suzanne Loomis, Teresa Ellis, Tim Quinn, Tom Ellis, Tommy Lyle, Tori Weber, Town of Coupeville, Tyler Gunther, US Foods, Vanessa Bernales, Vicky Reyes, Water Festival Whidbey, Whidbey Boat races, Whidbey Examiner, Whidbey Marketplace & News, Whidbey Telecom, Whidbey Waterfest, Windjammer Gallery, WSU Island County Extension Office
Saturday, May 18th, 2013 – 11am-5pm – Coupeville Waterfront
Click the poster for more information & below you can click to watch a video
Mark your calendar
for May 18th
The Mission of the Penn Cove Water Festival Association is to continue an annual revival of the historic Coupeville Water Festival by bringing families together to enjoy Native American canoe racing, entertainment, crafts and culture, and by giving them a chance to learn about, appreciate, and protect the environment in which we all live.
The Penn Cove Water Festival features annual tribal canoe races, Native arts and crafts, demonstrations, storytelling, dance performances, artist demonstrations, authentic Native foods, children’s activities, and exhibits and displays.
Family friendly event – Come one – Come all
Click the image below to view an introductory video about the Water Fest
FYI – If you can’t make 2013 – the 2014 Festival will be on May 10th