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Yoga in the barn's hay loft.

SAVE THE DATE  — Saturday May 7,  11:00am – 12:30pm

Please join us for an all levels 90 minute yoga practice and brunch at the Bitters Co. farm. The farm is located in the beautiful Skagit Valley, west of Mt. Vernon, WA

Lead by yoga instructor Karen Percelle, and hosted by Amy and Katie Carson of Bitters Co.

25 spaces available –  $30.00 includes the class and a light brunch immediately following, in the farm’s gardens.

Please email Karen to reserve your space — karenpercelle@comcast.net. 206-459-7888

Upon receipt of your confirmation, further details will be sent to you.

We hope you can join us.

Bitters Co. Farm in May

April brings tulips to the Skagit Valley. As a part of your visit to see the tulips come on into La Conner. Across the La Conner Channel on Fidalgo Island, the Swinomish Tribe is busy preparing for their canoe festival this July. Sit on the deck overlooking the Channel at Hellam’s Vineyard, a wonderful wine shop that serves as wine bar as well. Owner Jeff Hellman will delight in serving you, at market price, one of his well selected bottles along with a delicious cheese tray. While enjoying what he offers you can watch the construction of these wonderful “Hats”, styled after the Swinomish traditional cedar hats.

Construction of '"Hat" on Fidalgo Island

Red Building - home to Hellam's Vineyard, La Conner

Hellam’s Vinyard;  located in the historic Limedock Building, 109 North 1st St., #101. http://www.hellamsvineyard.com.

While meandering throughout the Valley, there is another location for a magical experience with wine and a savory treat on an obscure water way, Slough Foods in Edison. Located on the slough, the backyard of this well stocked “slow food” establishment, offers a serene respite.