Concerts in the Park

The Sounds of Summer

South Whidbey Parks & Rec will be hosting its annual Concerts in the Park series on Wednesday evenings this summer. Around 250 folks turn out each evening, taking advantage of a beautiful park setting and great music. These concerts foster strong connections, providing opportunities for our community to enjoy a high quality, free evening of musical entertainment together. The band will play a nonstop set from 6:00–7:30pm on alternating Wednesday evenings at Community Park. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to catch a show! Bring a picnic dinner, grab a blanket or lawn chair, and invite your family and friends to this FREE concert series!

The schedule may change, check back here for updates.

Location: Community Park, 5495 Maxwelton Road, Langley

Info: programs@whidbey.com (360)221-6788

Moonlight Swing Orchestra       

Swing orchestra

Wednesday, July 17, 6:00–7:30pm

F Street Project

Eclectic: Rock, Blues, Country and Jazz

Wednesday, July 31, 6:00–7:30pm

JM and The Recipe         

Classic rock and original

Wednesday, August 14, 6:00–7:30pm

Chum Run 5K

Walk or run with your chums!

Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 10 a.m. race start. Join us for the 22nd annual Chum Run 5K, and walk or run to benefit South Whidbey Parks & Rec, and the Healthy Island Youth Scholarship Fund (HIYI)**. Enjoy fun & friendly competition while helping to raise funds for a good cause, and score a classy Chum Run shirt. Shirts only guaranteed for registrations received by May 16.

Awards are given three deep in student and age group divisions. Medals given to first place 3 males/females overall, high school, and middle school divisions.

Location: The 5K race starts and finishes at South Whidbey Community Park, 5495 Maxwelton Road in Langley. The course loops twice through the forest paths of Community Park.

Fee $25 by 6/12, $30 Day of Race.  Click here to register for the Chum Run.

**Net proceeds are shared with the HIYI Scholarship Fund. The HIYI Scholarship Program provides assistance to children and youth from low income families, providing opportunities for area youth to participate in sports and other physical activities and recognizes the important physical, mental, and character-building benefits such programs provide.