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The First Friday Art Walk for May will take place in downtown Sequim.
On May 6th, join us for a fun and free self-guided tour of local art galleries, artists’ studios, the museum and arts center, and alternative art venues.
For more information, visit http://sequimartwalk.com
Hadlock Days Festival
Enjoy classic dockside summer fun at the beautiful full-service Pleasant Harbor Marina!
Crab Cake Contest, Vendor Booths at Marina plus weekend activities: Shuttles to Hiking, Waterfalls, Finn Hill Farm & Cidery Tour, Scavenger Hunt, Guided Hike with Lunch, Kayaking, SCUBA diving, Horseback Riding.
Oyster Festival at Pleasant Harbor Marina
June 4 & 5th (Low Tide on 4th!)
Enjoy the summer season at Pleasant Harbor marina!
The 2011 Victorian Heritage Days in Port Townsend...
will feature connections between our past and our present.
Presentations, social events, tours, and open homes will highlight links between then and now, as we showcase how old homes can adapt to modern expectations of comfort and convenience without compromising their historic look and feel, how whales were and are a part of our lives in the Pacific Northwest, and social events like teas and a dance that bring people together.
Clallam Bay will celebrate Chines New Year with a dragon dance, parade and potluck on Saturday Feb. 5th. The dance, celebrating the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit begins at 3 pm in the parking lot of the Weel Rd. Deli, 17203 Hwy 112 in Clallam Bay. A new 2-headed dragon was made by Forks artist Greg Hubbard and the dragon bodies were made by Clallam Bay children. The parade will continue through town and conclude with a 4pm potluck at the Three Sisters Gallery 16590 Hwy 112. Bluegrass music will be provided by Loose gravel.
Weel Rd. Deli to Three Sisters Gallery
17203 Hwy 112 16590 Hwy 112Clallam Bay, WA 98326
United States48° 14' 22.5276" N, 124° 15' 5.5764" W
Please join us for the Seventh Annual Strange Brewfest - being hosted this year by the American Legion Hall in Port Townsend, January 28-30th. There will be 30+ NW Breweries represented offering all types of 'strange brews'. In addition, there will be live music throughout the weekend that will make you shake your booty, along with all sorts of nutty & strange antics as usual. The entry price is $25 and you will receive a souvenir tasting glass, 4 drink tokens and a wristband for the entire weekend of music. The party begins on Friday night with a dozen cask firkins to sample.
The American Legion Hall
209 Monroe StreetPort Townsend, WA 98368
United States48° 6' 58.2156" N, 122° 45' 9.0288" W
Formal Dinner, Auction and Gala, with live music and dancing, the annual fundraiser for Olympic Medical Center
The Story People of Clallam County invite you to the 17th annual Forest Storytelling Festival. Spend the weekend listening to master storytellers from around the world. This is a rare opportunity for children over ten and adults to experience world-class artists at work and is the only festival of it’s kind in Washington OR OREGON
A waterfront "village" at the City Pier, anchored by Crab Central - a large circus tent sheltering a traditional Dungeness crab feed and the freshest Northwest seafood - salmon, oysters, mussels, Native American salmon, and more. Spreading out from Crab Central you will find Olympic Peninsula wine tasting, beer garden, chef demonstrations, entertainment, an environmental education and maritime center, children's and Native American program areas, and a Clallam County agriculture program.