AJ Ferrell, Al Ghanim Hassan, Alice MacDonald, Amanda Hilton, Andre Jourdan, Andrew and Kathleen Gilkerson, Andrew Gilkerson, Andy Hill, Anne Anderson, Barbara Mundell, Barry Crust, Beverly Freeburg, Bill Fritts, Brian Holmquist, Brian Price, Briston Trapp, Bryan and Maria Chapin, Bryan Chapin, Bryce Mann, Carol Bauer, Carolyn Sproul, Charlie Walsh, Chris Handel, Claire Jauregui, Clara Concannon, Dan Karvasek, Danette Herren, Darleen Bashford, David Tiller, Debbie Dyer, Diana and Ted Damiano, Diana Damiano, Diana Dunn, Dianne Kimball, Don and Judy Kennedy, Don Dye, Don Kennedy, Donald J. Miller, Donna, Doug Mader, Douglas Deardorff, Ed Halterman, Ed Moore, Elaine, Elena Balekha, Elfried Harp, Elvy Schmoker, Elvy Schomoker, Ericka Sheehan, Frank Ricco, Garrett and Jan Eckard, Garrett Eckard, Gary Jess, Gene and Beverly Freeburg, Gene Freeburg, Geoffrey Fisher, Gerry Roberts, Heidi Klepper, Helene Cooper, Hung Nguyen, Ian Balsillie, Jack and AJ Ferrell, Jack and Rita Arnam, Jack Ferrell, Jack Van Arnam, James and Leah Cook, James Cook, Jan Eckard, Janet Barton, Janet Nicoll, Jean Damm, Jean Wyatt, Jeff Stroh, Jeff Tinius, Jeffrey Nelson, Jennifer Aylward, Jennifer Bowman, Jennifer Mannila, Jill Cramer, Jim Warren, Jodi Stroh, Joni Kauhane, Joseph Skar, Judy Kennedy, Julie Peterson, Karen Sloth, Kathleen Gilkerson, kathleen Williams, Kathy Schetterer, Katie Enewold, Kelly Kellogg, Ken Weisner, Laney and Misty Moran, Laney Moran, Lary McKee, Laura Fitzgerald, Lauren Osmolski, Leah Cook, Lee Greenlee, Linda Lee Nicol, Linnane Armstrong, Lisa Dean Erlander, Lisa Lloyd, Lisa Rasmussen, Lori Smith, Mandato, Marcy Johnson, Margaret Livermore, Margaret Lynch, Margaret Swanson-Vance, Maria Chapin, Marie Crouchet, Marilee Weber, Marilyn Dessert, Mark Kirkpatrick, Marna Wood, Mary Beier, Mary Ellen O'Connor, Mary Gibbs, Mary Johnson, Meg B. Jones, Meg Jones, Megan Field, Megan Huston, Michael and Marilyn Dessert, Michael Bertrand, Michael Dessert, Michael Kaplenk, Michael Kenney, Michael Loeffler, Michael Sage, Misty Moran, Nicole Mendonca, Nolan Harris, Norma and Gerry Roberts, Norma Roberts, Patricia Doran, Patricia Larzelier, Paul Crabtree, Paul Kaase, Paula Hempill, Peggy Cook, Pennie Rees, Penny Niemi, Pioli, Randall Hodges, Randy and Lisa Lloyd, Randy Lloyd, Ray Rhodes, Richard Ashton, Richard Buford, Rita Arnam, Robert Jamison, Robert Keene, Robert Mackenzie, Robert Tandecki, Roberty Mackenzie, Rolands Abermanis, Ronnie Hamblin, Russell Hansen, Sandy Lelbrock, Sarah Dodds, Shelia Rood, Shelle Finch, Shelley Rozen, Sherry Whisenant, Sheryl Attolini, Suzanne De La Torre, Sylvia Swasey, Tahereh Dehghan, Ted Damiano, Terry MacDonald, Terry Stolz, Thomas Somberg, Tim Boyer, Toni McCarthy, Vetter Larry, Victor and Megan Huston Field, Victor Field, Victor Huston, Wanda Gunter, Whidbey Allied Artists, Zena McCoy, Zeny Cieslikowski
The time has come to welcome artists and visitors from all over the region and country to our sleepy little town for the annual Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival
August 10th & 11th
2013 is set to be a monumental year for the festival. Established in 1964, the festival is one of the oldest continuously run festivals in the state. The Festival is renowned for its primary focus on quality arts and crafts, handmade by artisans from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Located on Penn Cove, Central Whidbey Island, WA. in Coupeville, shoppers, vendors and visitors will all be charmed by the waterfront views.
The Historic Coupeville Waterfront Association supports and THANKS the volunteers at festival headquarters for their hard work and generosity to the community through this wonderful festival!
GREAT WORK GANG!
And THANKS too – to the Coupeville Business and Residential Community for Supporting this Great Weekend in Coupeville!
Mission Statement of The Coupeville Festival Association To promote quality handcrafts and the arts, ensure cultural enrichment, Beautify and preserve the unique historical qualities of the Coupeville community.
Goals of The Coupeville Festival AssociationTo enhance the community of Coupeville by distributing the non-operational proceeds of the annual Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival to projects that demonstrate:
- Preservation and beautification of our Historic Community
- Promotion of quality handcrafts and the arts.
- Cultural enrichment of our community’s residents.
We will encourage public participation to achieve these goals and our mission. Volunteer opportunities
Next year we’ll celebrate with the festival its 50th year! 49 and counting!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Parking along Front, Alexander, and Coveland streets in downtown Coupeville will not be allowed after 4pm Friday August 9th
Cars will be towed – so please find other parking if you come downtown after 4pm on Friday.
We look forward to seeing old and new friends and visitors at the