Goosefoot supports local businesses by being a good landlord
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Goosefoot is looking for artists to participate in the 2nd annual Under $100 Art Show
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.
Enjoy live music. Discover new artists. Celebrate Mardi Gras and Earth Day. See what’s happening at Bayview here!
We are presenting only two readings this month. There is much in the first direct and powerful article to reflect on for anyone reading it, even though its primary audience are those leading and working in non-profit organizations.
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.
Goosefoot appreciates the trust placed in us by so many in our community!
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.
Whidbey Island high school students art show