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Will Coupeville Non-Profit Carolers Sound Better Than THIS 

Caroling Contest Day

Saturday, December 17th from 1pm to 3pm in


WINNERS $300.00 – 2nd Prize $125.00 – 3rd Prize $75.00 

chwa-e-xmass-carolers_bwLet Coupeville’s downtown ring with good cheer and merry music on December 17th when YOUR Central Whidbey Nonprofit Caroling TEAM battles for Best Coupeville Carolers’ bragging rights, cash prizes and end of year donations from the community.

Teams can be from 4 to 10 carolers.  Expert singers or not!  This is all in fun to benefit Central Whidbey Non-Profits.

Register from this page (use form) by December 16th 2016

Register onsite on December 17th at 1:00pm – check in at the Birds Bath – 901 Grace St. Coupeville.  map

Caroling Competition Rules

This competition is for Central Whidbey Non-Profits only.  IF you would like to participate CALL your favorite Central Whidbey Non-Profit and offer to captain their team. 

REGISTER HERE NOW or PRINT for Mailing or Dropping off 


DROP OFF PRINTED Registration at the Coupeville Chamber Visitors Office Or Mail to Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association, PO Box 121, Coupeville, WA 98239

Many Thanks to Crow’s Nest owner Mel Rodman for sparking this great idea to benefit local non-profits doing important work, and to our Executive Director Vickie Chambers for all she does to make wishes come true.  

Mel Rodman at thecrowsroost.info@gmail.com. The Crow’s Roost on Grace Street. Historic Waterfront’s Executive Director Vickie Chambers Vchambers2@hotmail.com



Caroling Event in Downtown Coupeville

Saturday, December 17th from 1pm to 3pm

RED TICKET SHOPPING BEGINS November 1st!  ALL YOUR Thanksgiving, Birthday, Anniversary, for yourself or holiday gift shopping counts all through November.

Every $20.00 of purchases at the following stores, restaurants and services gets you one red ticket from November 1st through December 17th.  Read ticket drawing will be held December 18th at 1pm in front of the Island County Historical Society Archives and Museum – 908 Alexander St.