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Live music, local vendors, beer garden, belt sander races (Saturday only), delicious food, great fun and shrimp! The hours are 10AM-6PM on Saturday and 10AM-4PM on Sunday. Proceeds will be donated to community projects. Active Military and Veterans FREE with ID; KIDS under 12 FREE with paying adult; Free Parking; Gate Fee: $4/day OR $6 for two-day pass.
Yelvick General Store Field
251 Hjelvicks RdBrinnon, WA 98320
The 9th annual 2014 Sequim Education Foundation Student Film Festival starts at 7PM on Friday, April 18th at Sequim High School Auditorium, 601 N.Sequim Ave, Sequim,WA. This is great family entertainment - Fun for all ages! A $5.00 donation gets both adults and students into the Film Festival competition. Money raised goes toward the $6,750 in scholarship funds earned by the filmmakers.
The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society will conduct its 11th annual Olympic BirdFest on April 4th through April 6th 2014. This festival provides participants the opportunity to view a wide variety of birds normally seen on the Olympic Peninsula. Field trips are planned for Sequim Bay, Port Angeles Harbor, Ediz Hook, Dungeness Spit, the Elwha River, Salt Creek and at Neah Bay as well as trips through wooded areas to view songbirds and see owls in the evening. Boat trips to Protection Island are also planned. The North Olympic Peninsula is widely known as a great place for birdwatching.
Dungeness River Audubon Center @ Railroad Bridge Park
2151 W. Hendrickson RdSequim, WA 98382
An old fashioned country Fair with fun for the whole family.
Lots of free entertainment, draft horse pulls, demo derby, mud drags, barrel races, 4-H/FFA exhibits.
Check our web page for more details and admission prices.
Jefferosn County Fairgrounds
4907 Landes StreetPort Townsend, WA 98368
United States48° 7' 59.1636" N, 122° 46' 19.9812" W
Saturday 4x4 events Tough truck, grass drags, Demo Derby heat races, Car Show, Horse Show
Sunday Kids and adults Demo Derbies
Kis U Fish Pond
Jefferson County Fairgrounds
4907 Landes StreetPort Townsend, WA 98368
United States48° 8' 25.5552" N, 122° 47' 19.3056" W
Open to the public with no admission fee! Come explore the culture of the museum and find your Christmas gifts too! Baked goods, basketry, arts, crafts and door prizes!
Squaxin Island Tribe Museum Library and Research Center
150 SE K’WUH-DEEGS-ALTXWShelton, WA 98584
World class storytellers will make you laugh uproariously and will tug at your heartstrings. Everyone from pre-teens to grandparents will enjoy personal contemporary stories and stories from long ago and far away.
Come for the whole weekend, or any part of it. There are story concerts by our five featured professional tellers on Friday night, Saturday afternoon and evening, a free telling of Inspirational Stories Sunday morning, and more stories Sunday afternoon.
Saturday morning is filled with workshops on the art of storytelling from our featured tellers.
Peninsula College Little Theater
1502 East Lauridsen BlvdPort Angeles, WA 98362
United States48° 6' 5.0868" N, 123° 24' 49.8384" W
What is Moonfest
An outdoor music festival celebrating original music by master musicians with Roger Fisher’s new band performing songs from his new album through a surround sound system.
Benefiting World Vision and promoting the arts and music of a generation of rock music fans in a pristine setting next to Lake Leland and the Olympic Mountains.
The premiere wooden boat gathering in North America, Port Townsend's Wooden Boat Festival is also the most educational and beautifully located wooden boat event in the world. Featuring 200 wooden vessels, a who's who of wooden boat experts and thousands of wooden boat enthusiasts, there's something to do, someone to meet or a boat to board at every turn.
Guided beach walks with local experts - Children's activities & more.
Featuring special presentations by the Makah Indian Nation including welcoming ceremony, dances and story telling.
Lunch will be provided by Chelsea Farms LLC in partnership with Taylor Shellfish. Lunch is free with a suggested donation of $5/person or $15/family to benefit the Washington State Parks Foundation.
10541 Flagler Road, Nordland, WA 98358