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Join Us for Olympic Park Institute's Fourth Annual Picnic
Enjoy hiking, canoeing*, exploring old growth forests, and other
family activities. Feast upon delicious dishes, taste local wines, listen to live music, and relax on the shores of Lake Crescent. Fun for the whole family!
When: Saturday, June 25, 2011
Time: 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Where: Olympic Park Institute
111 Barnes Point Road, Port Angeles
RSVP: By June 20, 2011
Visit our website or call 206-382-6212 ext 12
Suggested donation of $25 per family.
A Celebration of beauty and fragrance. A floral extravannza. Come fill your senses
Wednesdays to Sundays 11am to 4 pm.
2204 Happy Valley Rd, Sequim WA
The Brinnon ShrimpFest is a weekend festival located in the heart of Brinnon celebrating Hood Canal Spot Shrimp and other local seafood. Held on the 4th weekend in May, Memorial day (May 28th and 29th, 2011) it lures hungry shrimpers from all over the Northwest to fish Hood Canal’s rich waters.
Dr. Dominick DellaSala speaks on "The Forgotten Rainforests" on Wednesday May 11 at 7 pm, at Peninsula College's Little Theater in Port Angeles.
Olympic National Park, along with other National Park Service sites
throughout the country, will waive entrance fees April 16-24 as part of
National Park Week. The park also plans special events April 16 including
National Junior Ranger Day at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center and
Greenhouse Day, an open house at the Matt Albright Native Plant Center.
Learn how to make 16" hanging moss baskets with Wayne Roedell, long-time gardener and retired owner of Wayne's Nursery. Classes begin at 9:30am and 1:30pm. The fee is $65 which includes all materials.
Proceeds go to the Louella N. Lawrence Foundation, a non-profit foundation promoting sustainable agriculture.
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Louella N. Lawrence Historic Organic Farm
704 Lawrence RoadPort Angeles, WA 98363
United States48° 8' 15.828" N, 123° 39' 13.4892" W
Various (see flyer) / Chito Beach Resort
7639 Hwy 112Sekiu, WA 98381
United States48° 18' 18.4356" N, 124° 25' 42.2616" W
A barred owl injured and rescued in Port Townsend will be released Saturday, April 2nd at 5:30 pm. at 905 Hidden Trail Road, near Port Townsend. This owl is one of two brothers that were found weak and unable to fend for themselves after being hit by a car. The event is open to the public.
Click here for more information
Chris Duff, a lifetime traveler of oceans in small boats, is attempting to row from Scotland to Iceland this summer in his specially modified rowboat, the “Northern Reach.” JOIN Chris for an illustrated presentation summarizing past sea kayak adventures. Hear his thoughts and plans for the upcoming expedition. (The Northern Reach will be on hand for viewing). Admission is by donation.
7pm talk/slide presentation
Northwest Maritime Center
431 Water StPort Townsend, WA 98368
United States48° 6' 58.9068" N, 122° 45' 6.4152" W
2011 Olympic Peninsula
Formerly Discovery Bay Salmon Derby
New $10,000 first prize!
Presidents’ Day Weekend
19, 20, 21 February 2011
Four decades of local support
for vital emergency response services
Main fishing prizes: