Community Calendar

  • Guidelines for calendar submission

    The community calendar is a public service offering of Oak Harbor Public Schools. To submit an activity, organizations must be a 501c(3) non-profit entity offering a youth or family-oriented event to the community. All flyers must contain the following disclaimer to be considered for posting:
    "This event/activity is NOT sponsored by the school district and the district assumes no responsibility for the conduct/safety of the event/activity. The district does not sponsor/guarantee any of the information in these materials. Parents/guardians must review the information and decide on its appropriateness for their family as an individual decision."
    Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce
    For other available family-friendly options, visit Whidbey Island Macaroni Kid.
    For events designed specifically for families and students with special needs, visit Special Programs Resources & Events.

Oak Harbor Community Events

  • Climate Change Through Conservation Webinar

    The Whidbey Camano Land Trust is hosting a webinar presentation about Climate Change on May 27 at 6:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. 

    Click here for more information

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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Island County

    Big Bothers Big Sisters of Island County provides peer mentorship by matching volunteers and youth in our community. These one-to-one relationships have proved to be a positive life impact on not only our youth but the volunteers who so graciously volunteer their time! Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children realize their potential and build the foundation for a successful future. Visit us online today at or call us at 360-279-0644

    For more info click here

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  • Oak Harbor Football & Cheer League

    Is your child interested in cheerleading or playing football? Register before June 15.

    OH Football & Cheer flyer

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  • Compass Health

    Compass Health is offering mental health services and counseling to students who qualify. To learn more or to request more information please call 360-678-5555 or email Robert Schwartz at


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  • Ryan's House for Youth Drop-In Center

    Now Open! Ryan's House for Youth is on an exciting new journey. Are you between the ages of 12-21 years old and looking for a safe place where you can work on school work or grab a snack? We are welcoming you to our new Drop-in Center located in Oak Harbor. This is a space to work on your school work, utilize computers, hang out, and receive help from a capable Youth Advocate to obtain your goals. We are here to help!

    Ryan's House Flyer

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  • SAMSHA Crisis Resource

    Island County Human Services mental health call line 

    Mental Health Call Line Information


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  • CADA- Whidbey Island

    CADA services are still available during the COVID-19 Stay Home order. 

    CADA information

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  • Mother Mentors

    It Takes a Village

    Volunteer to Help a Young Family

    It Takes a Village Flyer

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  • Olive Crest & Fostering Together

    Got Room OH

    Become a Foster Parent

    Got Room Oak Harbor


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