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A celebration of Quileute Tribal Cultural Heritage and modern lifestyle. It includes a traditional salmon bake, dancing and songs, a softball tournament, a horseshoe tournament, arts and crafts and food. There are also canoe races, stick games and a fantastic fireworks display at First Beach.
The mission of the Shelton Farmers Market is to offer a forum for small local growers and others to make their fresh, local, and seasonal produce and handicrafts available to the community and to support farming efforts in Mason County and adjoining counties. Exciting, family-friendly events are also held each week.
Every Wednesday, May 29th through September 4, 2019 Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure for registration purposes. Park at the south end of the parking lot. Tours are free but donations are gladly accepted! Tours are limited to 12 people so reservations are recommended. Reserve Space:Call (360)374-2531 or (800)443-6757 These tours are sponsored by the Forks Chamber of Commerce and made possible by donations from many local businesses and tour participants. Appropriate footwear required (boots or sneakers are acceptable…
During Makah Days, the members of the Makah Tribe of Neah Bay gather and reunite with the members who have since moved away, to commemorate thousands of years of the Makah ancient culture and the anniversary of becoming citizens of the United States. We welcome everyone to join us, as we celebrate with neighboring tribes from Washington State and First Nations members from Vancouver Island in Canada. Some of our family members come from Vancouver Island since we are closely…
A one-day, 61-mile community event. Sales at homes, yards, barns, stores and community sites. Find treasures, bargains, arts and crafts, produce and lunch as you travel through forest and alongside beaches from west of Port Angeles to Neah Bay. Take your time, enjoy the drive!
Celebrating our unique Logging heritage featuring free movie, Pioneer Logger Award Presentation, family friendly dance, art show and "Paint" the town hickory by wearing your favorite hickory shirt (best, oldest, most unique, dirtiest)! Many events at the Rainforest Arts Center. Locally caught fish and homemade brews are celebrated and judged during the Annual Fish and Brew held on Saturday from 1-4 p.m.. Past entries have included salmon chowder, smoked salmon and salmon ice cream.
Our storytellers will invite you into the lives of people, fictional and real. These are characters who are, on the inside, just like you. They’re also people from many cultures, coming alive in the voices of tellers from all over the globe. All of this happens in the comfort of Peninsula College’s Little Theater.