The work of about 20 Lummi Island artists can be seen on a free, self-guided holiday tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10-11, at a dozen open studios and galleries.
Artists' work includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, pottery, photography, jewelry, leather work, woodwork, note cards, glass art, metalwork, stonework, quilts and clothing.
Take exit 260 off of Interstate 5, north of Bellingham, go left (west) onto Slater Road, then left (south) again at Haxton Way to the ferry dock at Gooseberry Point. The Whatcom Chief departs 10 minutes past every hour from the point for the eight-minute ride to the island, and leaves the island on the hour. The round-trip ride costs $13 for car and driver, and $7 per person or per bicycle and rider; passengers 12 to 19 ride free.
Tour maps are available at The Islander Store, online at www.Lummi-Island.com and on Facebook at Lummi Island Studio Tour. Watch for the balloons marking locations. Details: 360-758-2815.
Reach Margaret Bikman at 360-715-2273 or email@example.com.