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Chowder time! SVC Culinary Arts team gets 2nd in Penn Cove MusselFest

Five Skagit Valley College Culinary Arts student chefs, along with Culinary Arts Department Co-Chair Gilbert Rodriguez and Hospitality Consultant Lyle Hildahl, recently earned 2nd place in the 31st Annual Penn Cove MusselFest Chowder competition. The two-day event was held in Coupeville, Washington on March 4th and 5th. Twenty competitors provided chowder samples to more than 8,000 people […]

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Mount Vernon and Whidbey Island campuses to honor Veterans and those who serve

In honor of Veterans’ Day 2016, Skagit Valley College’s Mount Vernon and Whidbey Island campuses will team up to honor those who serve and those who have served. The Whidbey Island Campus will construct a special exhibit in recognition of veterans. The Veterans’ Wall will be on view in Oak Hall from November 7-14. The Mount Vernon Campus […]

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SVC Drama Department: Calling All Medieval Fighters

The Skagit Valley College Drama Department announces that auditions for the Winter Quarter production, King John, will take place in the Phil Tarro Theatre on November 28 and 30, 3:30 and 6:30 pm. The evil King John, remembered for his escapades with Robin Hood, battles with the French, the Pope, and his own aristocracy, is […]

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Oktober Fest on 10/29 celebrates new grant partnership between Culinary, Sustainable Ag, and Craft Brew programs

From Farm to Table, From Grain to Glass: SVC partnership receives $150k grant to develop cross-disciplinary innovations in Sustainable Agriculture, Culinary Arts, and Craft Brewing programs With partnership support from Viva Farms, the Port of Skagit, and the WSU Bread Lab, Skagit Valley College has recently received a $150k workforce development grant from the State Board for Community […]

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It’s audition time for the SVC Fall Production!

The Skagit Valley College Drama Department announces that auditions will take place in the Phillip Tarro Theatre on September 21 and 26 at 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm for the Fall Quarter production of Measure for Measure, by Shakespeare.  The show will be directed by SVC Drama Department chair, Damond Morris. Nine actors in 20 […]

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