Oct 202014
 

In October, 2014, Lavendula arrived in Coupeville, much to her surprise. This is her story as it unfolds over the month.

Day 1

Day 2 Porch

Day 3 Cars

Day 4 Gallery

Day 5 Wharf

Day 6 Museum

Day 7 pictureinmuseum

Day 8 Eagles

Day 9 Lavender Wind

[Stay tuned for the next installment.]

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Lavender Wind Festival - 2014

Lavender Wind Festival – 2014

Our 11th annual Lavender Festival is bringing back wine and music for your enjoyment. Relax walking the lavender fields, then sit back and sip some local wines and listen to music. Want to learn how to make a lavender wreath or a lavender wand? This year we have booths with lavender craft activities, a children’s [read more...]

Cooking Class - May 1 2014

Cooking Class – May 1 2014

Learn to cook with lavender and some techniques to make some basics much better! with Alena Stapel and Sarah Richards  Thursday,  May 1st –  6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Learn to cook with lavender as well as learn cooking techniques that will improve your cooking ability and confidence. You will learn how to properly cook a steak, make [read more...]

Artists invited to apply

Artists invited to apply

Ninth Annual Lavender Wind Festival – 2014 Event: Lavender Wind Festival Location of Festival:  2530 Darst Rd. Coupeville Mailing Address: PO Box 284, Coupeville, WA 98239 email: info@lavenderwind.com July 26 & July 27, 2014 10:00 am – 5:00pm Whidbey Island Artists are invited to apply to exhibit at the annual Lavender Wind Festival Visitors will [read more...]

Doing things Backwards

Doing things Backwards

Backwards Day is on January 31. Time to celebrate the potential in doing things in reverse (with lavender, of course). When I was in Aix-en-Provence studying during my junior year in college I took many classes in French history,language, art history, and more. I wanted to be out roaming the streets and countryside (back then [read more...]