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.

Richard Evans’ NEPANTLA Opens July 10

86-year-old art provocateur Richard Evans returns with a new one-man show in the HUB Gallery, located in the Bayview Cash Store.

Street Dance: Janie Cribbs & T.Rust

Wednesday, July 28 , 6-8pm

Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Bayview Road

Powerhouse vocals laced with gritty guitar featuring original soulful songs, compelling stories and blues-drenched licks.

Street Dance: Western Heroes

Wednesday, August 11 , 6-8pm

Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Bayview Road

Local musicians who have been providing original dance music to the Whidbey Island community for 14 years.

Street Dance: PETE

Wednesday, August 25 , 6-8pm

Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Bayview Road

The quintessential Whidbey Island garage band, performing rock & blues dance music and American groove music.

Street Dance: Eric Vanderbilt Matthews Band

Wednesday, September 8 , 6-8pm

Bayview Cash Store, 5603 Bayview Road

The EVM Quartet is well-known in the PNW swing dance scene for its solidity of groove and fiery solos.

Bayview Vision Community Meeting Video & Q&A transcript now available!

On May 4, Goosefoot and their master planning design team held a public meeting via Zoom to discuss progress to date on planning for the Bayview RAID (Rural Area of Intensive Development), including the feasibility of developing workforce housing on the site.

Housing Needs Survey

Facing housing challenges? Know someone who is?

2020 Annual Report Out Now

Our annual report on Goosefoot's 2020 activities, programs, and events is available now.

Goosefoot Supports WIGC & R.A.C.E.

Goosefoot continues its COVID-19 pivot by giving grants local organizations focused on food security and racial diversity.

Goosefoot Continues Its COVID-19 Pivot

Goosefoot adjusts its grant programs, community giving, workshops, and relationship with tenants to adjust to current needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.