Valentine’s Day Dinner at Coho Restaurant
For lovers and special friends, we’ve got a Valentine’s dinner you’ll fall in love with. Valentine’s Day is one of our favorite holidays and we can’t wait to spoil you! We’ll feature a 5-course prix-fixe menu with foods to get you in the mood, aphrodisiacs, wink wink! There will be an optional wine pairing, long stemmed roses, chocolate Teddy Bear truffles, and our signature Coho Restaurant gift box.
Thursday night’s dinner is $85 per person for food plus optional wine pairing – 4 wines for $35 p/p. We will continue the celebration all weekend offering the same menu either as a four or five course tasting menu for $65/85 for those that prefer to celebrate on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night.
Death by Design
Sunday Matinees, February 17 & 24 and March 3 2:00 pm
Thursdays*-Saturdays, February 21-23 & February 28-March 2 7:30 pm
Adults: $23 Student Reserved: $12
Student RUSH at door only: $5
*Thursdays are “Pay What You Can” at the door.What happens when you mix the brilliant wit of Noël Coward with the intricate plotting of Agatha Christie? Set during a weekend in an English country manor in 1932, Death by Design is a delightful and mysterious “mash-up” of two of the greatest English writers of all time. Edward Bennett, a playwright, and his wife, Sorel Bennett, an actress, flee London and head to Cookham after a disastrous opening night. But various guests arrive unexpectedly – a conservative politician, a fiery socialist, a nearsighted ingénue, a zany modern dancer – each with a long-held secret. When one of the guests is murdered, it’s left to Bridgit, the feisty Irish maid with a macabre interest in homicide, to solve the crime. Death by Design is more than homage – it’s a new classic.
The Whale Museum is holding a “Winter Birds of the San Juan Islands” workshop in partnership with San Juan Islands Audubon. The intent is to increase our birding skills through field trips and presentations.
This workshop is ideal for those wishing to continue their education as a naturalist or for those who simply love birds! In this course, participants will have great opportunities to learn about identifying birds in their winter plumage, groups, and species of birds, their needs, behaviors, & habitats, as well as migration and population patterns via hands-on field experience and classroom learning. San Juan Islands Audubon President and birding expert Barbara Jensen will lead us through the course. The course includes three classroom sessions and two half-day field trips on San Juan Island.
The workshop is limited to 20 participants so reserve your spot soon! The tuition includes transportation costs to field sites and lunches on the 23rd and 24th. Registration is available at The Whale Museum (open daily from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.) or via the website, https://whalemuseum.org/products/winter-birds.
For more information or to register, contact The Whale Museum at (360) 378-4710 ext. 30 or via email email@example.com.
Woodward Canyon Winemaker’s Dinner
Let our friends at Woodward Canyon Winery take you on a journey through some of Walla Walla’s finest wine. We are pleased to welcome Sager Small, Viticulture and Production Assistant and Selena Kritsonis, Director of National Sales as our hosts for the evening. The evening will feature a dynamic, five-course pairing dinner reflecting the seasonal harvest from local producers and Woodward Canyon’s exquisite wines. These evenings are always memorable and sell out quickly. Dinner is $55/person for 5 courses and $50 for the optional wine pairing.
Friday Harbor Film Fest Presents Best of the Fest
The Friday Harbor Film Festival presents The Best of the Fest, shown twice a month on the first and third Tuesday. There will be selected the top-rated films of the 2018 Film Festival.Schedule:
January 15 Given
February 5 Big Sonia
February 19 Rumble
March 5 A Rivers Last Chance
March 19 The Kingdom & Intelligent Trees
April 2 Chasing the Thunder
April 16 The Most Dangerous Year
May 7 On Her Shoulders
May 21 The Bleeding Edge
June 4 Adrift
Kitchen Boot Camp – 3 Part Series: The Lowly Vegetable
Join Chefs Ryan, Tim, and Jessica for Kitchen Boot Camp! Ok…relax!!! No planks, push-ups or powerlifting required! Have fun while learning the basics of cooking. Our Chefs will offer 3 classes on Sunday afternoons – take one or all three – perfect for vacation or anytime. These are small intimate hands-on interactive sessions that will demystify the how-to’s and answers the all-important whys. You’ll leave with new skills, food in your belly, recipes to share, plus a $10 gift certificate to dinner!
Grab your girlfriends, partner, and co-workers and get ready for a fun-filled afternoon. Bring your family and make cooking an enjoyable activity for young and old alike.
The Lowly Vegetable: Creative Ways to Use the Local Bounty
Chef Tim will share tips on preparing vegetables even kids would love. The class will cover cooking techniques using a vegetables natural sugars and starches to yield dishes that are savory, sweet, spicy and full of flavor. You’ll learn to make vegetable cakes and sauces and to use the Brix scale to judge produce quality. Before you know it, you’ll cook up delicious vegetable sides dishes that will be the center of your plate and anything but garden-variety.
Classes are 3 – 6 p.m. – $75/session – 3 sessions for $200. Sign up for all 3 classes and receive a $25 dinner voucher at Coho Restaurant. Maximum 4 participants. You will be standing, cooking for most of the class. Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes.
*Thursday is “Pay What You Can”
Fri.-Sun.: Adults: $18 Students $10 Student RUSH (at door only) $5
Doubleback Winery Winemaker’s Dinner
April 26th, 2019 at Coho Restaurant
Josh McDaniels was born and raised in Walla Walla and at an early age fell in love with the wine industry. It was at Leonetti Cellars that he first witnessed the hard work and beauty that goes into creating a premium wine. Josh cultivated his interest in the industry by volunteering at local wineries and making his own wine as a young teen. He furthered his passion with formal education while continuing to work with his mentor, Chris Figgins of Leonetti. He then traveled to Argentina to intern at Paul Hobbs’ Vina Cobos Winery.
Doubleback has four estate vineyards each with a different soil, elevation and micro-climate. These differences allow Josh to naturally blend Doubleback’s wine to a higher level of quality and create a true experience of Walla Walla terroir. Join us for this remarkable evening of food and wine.
These evenings are always memorable and sell out quickly. Dinner is $55/person for 5 courses and $50 for the optional wine pairing.
San Juan County Fair
August 14 – 17, 2019
The SJC Fairground is a multi-use event center with indoor rental facilities, group camping, RV sites and year-round activities. The annual Fair in August draws thousands of visitors and is a sweet, small-town county fair with an arts festival feel and major fun for the whole family! The 14-acre fairground rental facilities include a 10,000-square-foot exhibit hall for large events; 1,800-square-foot building for receptions, parties, meetings, concerts, etc.; seven RV sites with full hookup and group camping areas.
For more events, visit: https://www.visitsanjuans.com/what-to-do