Goosefoot News, Arts & Events

Looking for something fun to do? Want to learn about Goosefoot's latest projects? Look here for a schedule of live music, art shows, wellness activities, and more happening in Bayview.

Towards Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization: Architects of Abundance

Many of us were taught that before colonization, the indigenous peoples were hunter-gatherers who wandered a harmonious natural paradise. But in March, we got the opportunity to learn more about Indigenous food systems and land management practices.

Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month Fair

Saturday, April 20 , 10am-2pm

Coupeville Community Green, 788 NW Alexander St, Coupeville

Dig into all things Earth & Ocean Month during the opening of the Coupeville Farmers Market! Enjoy hands-on activities, educational displays, volunteering, local goods, & more.

Celebration of National Poetry Month

Sunday, April 21 , 1-3pm

Front Room, 2nd Floor of the Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Bayview Rd

The Bard's Boutique continues its Poetry in the Afternoon series with a Celebration of National Poetry Month reading, featuring Island poets Robin Barre, Dallas Huth, Mary Elizabeth Himes, David Ossman, and Raúl Sánchez.

Bayview Farmers Market Opening Day

Saturday, April 27 , 10am-2pm

SR 525 & Bayview Rd

Enjoy locally grown food and handmade goods. Running every Saturday through October 19!

Towards Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization: The Songs of Freedom

At our recent community reading of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail, we were captivated by The Singer Tina's performance of several iconic Civil Rights songs.

2023 Annual Report

2023 was a big year of transitions for Goosefoot. We said goodbye to some long-time staff members, grew the organization to tackle new projects, and made some major improvements to Bayview properties.

Call for Artists: Rags, Rubbish & Refuse

In conjunction with Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month, Goosefoot and the Hub Gallery invite you to join the 6th annual Rags Rubbish & Refuse: Artists who get dirty, on view March 2-April 14.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Should We Celebrate Black History Month?

February is Black History Month. Founded in 1926 as Black History Week, the idea was to provide resources and focus for American teachers to discuss often erased, overlooked, and forgotten history.

8th Annual Mardi Gras Party

Tuesday, February 13, 6-8:30 PM
Bayview Community Hall

Live music with Zydeco Explosion and a costume contest. Admission is free and the event is family friendly. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Revisiting an American Icon

If you haven’t done so in a while, consider revisiting what you know about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the upcoming national holiday that bears his name.