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WELCOME TO LA CONNER

There’s a reason why we are so often voted the most perfect Washington state weekend getaway destination and land on top of the romantic getaways Washington state lists– it’s the same reason we love living and working here. Plain and simple … not only is it beautiful, but our community is full of genuinely warm and friendly folks.

Plan your Washington state vacation with La Conner as your home base.  We are located on the Salish Sea between Seattle and Vancouver BC – the Washington state weekend getaway destination, the premier choice for a marina near the San Juan Islands and home to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.  

Featuring

Art's Alive is Back!

Just in time for the holidays! Art's Alive! is Nov. 5, 6, 7, & 8 in La Conner's Maple Hall, featuring incredible regional artists including Steve Jensen, Susan Bennerstrom, Coizie Bettinger, Brooke Borcherding, Mary Ennes Davis, Kris Ekstrand, Gary Giovane, Nicolette Harrington, Meg Holgate, Lisa McShane, Richard Nash, Lillian Pitt, and Doug Bison.

Jennings Yarn & Needlecrafts Turning 50 Years Old!

The average lifespan of a small business is 8.5 years. Jennings Yarn & Needlepoint will be in business for 50 years in 2022. Christina Jennings took over the reins 35 years ago from her family and her attention to detail and high standards are the keys to this business’s longevity. “I am passionate about what I do, and it’s not ‘just a yarn shop’. Every single item in my shop has been hand-picked by me. I strive to carry only high-quality products that I believe in,” says Christina.

Cultural Traditions in Fiber Arts Symposium

Honoring Cultural Traditions in Fiber Art is a three-day virtual event with speakers representing four different cultural backgrounds, mini-workshops, networking, and discussion groups. Speakers include Chickasaw textile artist/weaver, Margaret Roach Wheeler, Associate Curator at the National Museum of Mexican Art, Dolores Mercado, renowned Japanese quilters, Miwako Kimura and Noriko Koyama, and quilter and curator of African American fiber arts exhibitions, Torreah "Cookie" Washington.