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  1. Calendar Overlay Anacortes History (3)

Anacortes History

  1. Luvera's Grocery opens (1922)

    November 22, 2019, All Day @ Luvera's Grocery

    Paul Luvera started his iconic grocery on this day in 1922. Luvera had arrived in town four years earlier in 1918, living in Italy and Canada before settling in Anacortes. Paul would work in the store with his father Nicola until 1956 when Nicola passed away, Paul would retire just a year later. Paul and Nicola are now immortalized on 7th street with a mural by Bill Mitchell.

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  2. WCTU Fountain is unveiled on Commercial (1906)

    November 23, 2019, All Day @ 5th and Commercial

    November 23rd – WCTU Fountain is unveiled on Commercial (1906) Standing nine feet tall and weighing almost 1,000 pounds, the WCTU fountain was set up on 5th and Commercial. Originally bought by the Women's Christian Temperance Union, it was set up in town as a fountain for men, women, dogs and even horses, a true fountain for all. The Anacortes American reported that the fountain was "a convenience and luxury long needed... giving the city an air of prosperity." In 1972, the fountain moved to its current location at the Carnegie building.

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  3. The Concordia goes down due to heavy weather (1913)

    November 29, 2019, All Day @ Between Anacortes and Friday Harbor

    Anacortes has experienced its own Titanic style event, though possibly less dramatic. While on route from Anacortes to Friday Harbor, the passenger vessel Concordia, run by Captain Kasch collided with a grouping of rocks on November 29th due to adverse weather conditions. The passengers of the ship were then escorted by Anacortes City efforts, and the boat was later taken in for repairs.

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