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  1. Calendar Overlay Anacortes History (2)
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Anacortes History

  1. Tommy Thompson trestle re-opening party (2010)

    June 17, 2021, All Day

    On this date in 2010 the community gathered to celebrate the grand-reopening of the Tommy Thompson Trail’s trestle, which had been severely damaged by an arsonist the previous October. This was the culmination of a massive effort to restore the well-loved trail: “Fix-It” buttons were worn by many, and a fundraising campaign led by Michele Pope raised more than $300,000 for repairs.

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  2. First salmon canned in Anacortes (1896)

    June 24, 2021, All Day @ Rosario Straits Packing Company

    The first canneries in Anacortes – Fidalgo Island Packing Co., Anacortes Canning Co., and Rosario Straits Canning Co. – were built in 1896, but Rosario, the last to begin construction, became the first to successfully begin canning salmon on this date in 1896. A reported half a million cans had been stockpiled for the opening, enough to run the cannery at full capacity for an expected 8-10 days. In 1905 the cannery was purchased by Porter Fish Co., which also purchased the nearby Robinson Fisheries building in 1911. Fishermen’s Packing Corp. operated the plant 1938-1978, and Whitney Fidalgo operated it 1978-1985. Today Trident Seafoods Corporation operates on the site.

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City Council

  1. City Council Public Works Committee Meeting

    June 21, 2021, 5:00 PM @ City Hall Main Conference Room

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  2. City Council Meeting

    June 21, 2021, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Refer to each meeting's published agenda for meeting location; some meetings may be held only electronically pursuant to Governor's Proclamations.

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  3. City Council Planning Committee Meeting

    June 28, 2021, 5:00 PM @ City Hall Main Conference Room

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  4. City Council Meeting

    June 28, 2021, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Refer to each meeting's published agenda for meeting location; some meetings may be held only electronically pursuant to Governor's Proclamations.

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Finance

  1. City Council Finance Committee Meeting

    June 23, 2021, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ City Hall Main Conference Room

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Library

  1. Summer Reading Storytimes! Weekdays

    June 21, 2021, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ Online via Facebook or YouTube

    We're back with new and exciting storytimes and activities for Summer Reading 2021. Check out our Facebook page or YouTube channel for all of the videos.

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  2. Summer Reading - All About Colors

    June 28, 2021, 10:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Virtual Video Event

    In this video Miss Ria will teach you all about mixing colors and how to make a color wheel using a CD! Part of Summer Reading 2021.

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  3. Humanities WA Presents: Comic Book Reality: Superheroes and the Power of Representation

    June 30, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Online via Zoom - Registration coming soon

    Since their debut in the 1930s, comic books have been a regular part of our pop-culture landscape. These pulp treasures also provide a fascinating lens through which to view our nation’s past, present and potential future. In this interactive presentation, journalist and educator T. Andrew Wahl explores how everything from social movements to business concerns to changing demographics have shaped the reality seen in the pages of comics. Drawing from comics, Wahl shows how four-color heroes aren’t merely confined to paper—they shape the world we live in.

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Main Calendar

  1. Pet Food & Supply Drive Hosted by APD's Animal Control

    June 18, 2021, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    APD's Animal Control Unit is accepting drive-thru pet food and supply donations at Storvik Park, 1110 32nd Street in Anacortes. Look for the Anacortes Police Department canopy in the parking lot! Just pull up and we can unload the donations. Items needed include dry cat and dog food; canned dog and cat food; small animal supplies; and cat litter. Can't make it on the 18th? Pet food and supplies can be dropped off in the donation bins near the front doors of the Anacortes Police Department at 1218 24th ST or inside Pet Place Market at 912 Commercial Avenue from June 18-30.

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