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Langley History Walking Tours

This season’s Langley Walking Tours with local historian Bob Waterman got off to a good, albeit slightly rainy, start. The hour and a half tour began with an explanation of Langley’s origins at the Museum, followed by a walking tour. …

Langley Historic Walking Tours in July

Think you know Langley? Take one of these walking tours led by local historian Bob Waterman and find out just how much more there is to the story. In this two-hour small group tour, you’ll learn about the early days …

New Children’s Pastimes Display at the Museum

Ever wonder what the youth of yesteryear played with before smartphones… well, quite a few decades before smartphones? Stop by the South Whidbey Historical Museum this weekend and check out a new exhibit which docents Joan Handy and Betty Discher …

Check out this great new website on Langley History

Kudos to the Langley Preservation Committee for putting together a wonderful website on Langley History. Peruse the buildings of Langley through the decades, including amazing “Then and Now” composites done by Langley resident historian Bob Waterman. Special recognition to: Langley …

MUTINY BAY SCHOOL…

MUTINY BAY SCHOOL… As South Whidbey became more and more settled by immigrants from Europe and Americans pushing west for the dream of a better life, schools were established in the small communities dotting the Island. Some of these early …

The South Whidbey Historical Society is staffing the parking lot opposite the Fairgrounds for the Whidbey Island Area Fair running this Thursday, July 19 through Sunday, July 22. When you park in the SWHS lot, you help to support the …

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