|a sleuth stopping in for a clue last year|
Langley's 30th annual Mystery Weekend is coming right up on February 22nd and 23rd. This year's mystery has something to do with a bird sanctuary and an evil land developer...or something crazy like that. This is an "interactive and improvisational" 2 day murder mystery and it is always a ton of fun. This is a great weekend getaway for groups of friends, families with kids of all ages, couples and solo mystery solvers. We see all types of people walking through our doors to collect their clues. We get the serious sleuths and groups just looking for a good time. Make your plans now! More details at www.visitlangley.com
Welcome the Whales! Langley is truly becoming a whale watching epicenter. The Puget Sound area is on the path of the grey whale migration from the Baja peninsula to the Bering Sea. It is not an exaggeration to say that often the whales are too close into the shore for us to see them from our windows at Prima, as the buildings across the street block our view. They come right up to our seawall to feed on the ghost shrimp (read about it at http://www.
I'm very excited to announce that the Orca Network is bringing a Whale Center to our little town, opening March 1. Additionally, the Mystic Sea whale watching vessel will be back in town from March 8-May 18 for whale watching trips leaving right out of our marina. Visit their website to http://www.
And our world famous "Welcome the Whales" parade is April 19th!
Make sure you visit Langley in the next few months to see the whales...if you hear the whale bell ringing, head straight to the waterfront for front row seats (or if you see a whale, run up to the park next to the Doghouse and ring the bell to alert the town).
|right from the Langley shore...photo credit Jill Hein, Mystic Sea Charters|
|watercolor image from designlangley.org|
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Don't forget: Mondays are restaurant industry day (20% off bill), every day is teacher discount day (10% off), and Thursdays are live music night!