Come one and all to the Skagit County Parks Public Meeting. Held on May 24th, this event will start at 6 P.M. It will offer information about trails, fish and creeks. Join us to learn more about the parks in the area.
The membership of the Club will elect three Trustees. Three trustees are elected each year to provide for a continuous Board. This is done so that we never have too many new trustees at once, and the community center enjoys continuous, consistent leadership. This year, a trustee will also be chosen to fill a vacancy.
This meeting will be held on May 9, 2018 at the Marblemount Community Hall at 6:30 PM.
It is a dessert potluck, so bring your favorite dessert and prepare to have some fun.
This is our most important meeting of the year, so please join us!
Come join us for the annual Eagle Fest at Marblemount Community Hall. There will be Native American history, storytelling and more!
The event will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. From 11 to 3, there will be Indian tacos and fry bread.
Come listen to Rosy Cayou of Guemes Island from 1 to 2:30. Rosy Cayou is a historian and legend storyteller from the Samish Indian Nation. She will presenting with the Indian Drummer, Tsul-Ton from the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe/Samish Indian Nation. They will share legends and history of the area through stories and songs.
From 2:30 to 3:30, join us for the presentation of Peter Ali of Berber. This self-taught Native American flutist creates his unique sound from the spirit within. Every performance is extemporaneous and unique as he weaves together stories from his ethnic heritage.
Show off your dance moves and enjoy some delicious food at Marblemount’s wintertime Grub ‘n” Groove events. Held on the last Saturday of January, February and March, these events are an opportunity to hang out with everyone in the community and have some fun. The event starts at 6 for dining and fun. Music will start playing at 7.
This is an event that is fun for the whole family. Join us for some fun and a chance to beat the wintertime blues!
Meditation has been found to boost the attention span, decrease stress and increase happiness. It can also boost your metabolism, improve your cardiovascular health, slow aging and enhance your immune system.
If you have been looking for a chance to learn more about meditation, come join us at the Marblemount Community Hall on the last Friday of each month. We will be hosting a silent meditation class from 4 to 8 PM. Bring your favorite meditation pillow or mat and get ready to meditate. If you can’t make it to the entire class, no worries—we are more than happy to have you present at any time. We also recommend bringing a blanket that you can easily use to warm up if you get a bit cold.
Starting in February, silent meditation will be hosted on every Friday from 4 to 7. If you can’t arrive on time, there will be breaks every half hour. Feel free to jump in once the break starts. We look forward to seeing you there!
Classes are by donation.
Ring in the holidays in style with the Christmas Bazaar. We will be serving up a breakfast of pancakes, eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, tea, cocoa and orange juice. Vendors will be selling crafts and fun gifts for the whole family. Shop local with this fun, family-friendly event.
The Christmas Bazaar will be held on December 3 from 10 to 3. Make sure to bring the little ones because Santa Claus will be making an appearance!
Come one and all to celebrate Thanksgiving dinner in style! The Marblemount Community Hall is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for the entire community. This free event is a place for community members to gather, chow down on turkey and have some fun. All food is provided, so just bring yourself and have some fun. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. on November 18.
Get ready to dance the night away at the 7th annual Harvest Fest & Halloween Dance. Hosted at the Marblemount Community Hall, the proceeds from this event benefit the local community radio station, KSVU. This year’s event is held on October 28, 2017. Arrive for the potluck supper from 6 to 7 p.m. Afterward, get your dancing shoes on for live music by Jumbled Pie and Undecided. Dancing will be held from 7 to 10 p.m.
A raffle, silent auction, costume contest and a photo booth will be held throughout the night. We ask a suggested donation of $8 for adults and $15 for couples. Children 12 and under are free. Come guys and ghouls to the best party of the year. Halloween attire is encouraged, but never required.
Get ready for a spook-tacular Halloween! 🙂