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Lummi Island

S. Nugent Rd., Lummi Island, WA


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Upcoming Events

Lummi Island Saturday Market

Community Event, Craft Show, Farmers' Market

The Lummi Island Saturday Market happens every Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. Enjoy this community event to get together with friends, view Island arts and crafts such as landscape paintings, knitted goods, pottery, quilts, clothing and more. Enjoy music, purchase fresh flowers, local honey, cold lemonade and produce. Learn about climate change and land conservation from the Lummi Island Heritage Trust. Cory of Goods Produce brings local and eastside fruits and veggies every week. Take the Whatcom Chief from Gooseberry Point, then walk or drive 1 block south of the ferry landing to the Marketplace. For more Market info call 360-758-2815.


• Sat 8/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
• Sat 8/31/19 at 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Lummi Island Artists' Studio Tour 2019

Art Show, Ceramics/Pottery, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper, Gallery, Folk Art/Crafts, Sculpture, Textiles

Enjoy the artwork of more than 30 Island artists & craftspeople on Saturday and Sunday August 31 and September 1. Drive or bike around the island to 22 Open Studios where you can meet the artists and view paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, glass, pottery, photography, woodwork, jewelry, fiber arts and much more. Find special treasures for gifting or that special something for your home! Open hours are from 10 am to 5 pm both days. To get to Lummi Island: Take I-5 exit 260, Go west on Slater Road to Haxton Way. Turn left on Haxton to the ferry dock. The 8 minute ferry ride leaves at ten past every hour (plus extra trips as needed) Round trip is $13 per car & driver, $7 per person, $7 per bicycle & rider. Kids 13 to 19 and accompanied children under 12 ride free! Look for the Studio Tour Map and list of artists at The Islander Store, on or on Facebook at Lummi Island Studio Tour. Photo: Steven Kopanos, offering a collection of his limited edition digitally enhanced photos inspired by the Pacific Northwest landscapes, utilizing the mediums of photography, digital painting and graphic arts.


• Sat 8/31/19 - Sun 9/1/19 at