Goosefoot Community Fund mentors dreams for many South Whidbey small business owners
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Offered from 1908 to 1940, Sears Roebuck house plans and the required building materials were ordered through their catalogue. In 1914, one was erected in Greenbank, Whidbey Island.
After a long COVID-induced break, Goosefoot is pleased to announce the return of their annual Mardi Gras Party at Bayview Community Hall on Fat Tuesday, February 21, 6–8:30 pm. Admission is free and the event is family friendly.
Goosefoot helps educate children and cultivate community through funding of the South Whidbey School Farm program.
Goosefoot supports local businesses by being a good landlord
Owned by the community, for the community
Since 1909, the Bayview School building has provided education in one form or another for South Whidbey residents of all ages.
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Enjoy live music. Discover new artists. Celebrate Mardi Gras and Earth Day. See what’s happening at Bayview here!