I live on Cortes Island. I don’t have kids in play school. I don’t have a market stall, nor am part of the pottery guild. I seldom attend dances or dinners at either hall and mainly, for me, Mansons Hall is a place to collect mail, score Thrift Store finds and point visitors to buy market treats and get a… Read more →
Get in the mood for sun and summer with a flashback to 2017’s Cortes Day. Seeing my community celebrate always brings a big smile to my face. A special shout out is deserved to all the great volunteers who make events like this happen on our island.
Music: Back Eddy and the Procrastinators. More music and info at backeddy.org and follow them on Instagram at backeddytheprocrastinator.
Learn more about Cortes Island and Cortes Day at ourcortes.com
The Dream Caravan troupe fundraised for hall mirrors the best way they can. They put on a show. Zambra, Flamenco, dance theatre, steam punk, with a circus flair for cartwheels, can-cans, dueling skirts and puppetry made for a packed show for a packed house.