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The Port Townsend Saturday Market is a lively community hub in the center of uptown Port Townsend. One of the largest small town markets in the nation, the Market has over 70 vendors each week. Open the first Saturday in April through the third Saturday in December, 9am - 2pm from April through October, 10am - 2pm from November-December.
Mark your calendar for July 19 - 21, 2019 and start making your plans now to attend the largest lavender celebration in the country. This event will be updated as new events and details are finalized. Check back often for the latest information.
The Allyn Community Association welcomes visitors and the community for a weekend of fun on Case Inlet in Allyn. Seafood fans gather to enjoy the legendary alder-smoked salmon dinner, a wine and beer garden, live music and dancing, shellfish delicacies galore and the star: geoduck.
As the name suggests, wild blackberries are the main reason for the festival. The chance to try our wild blackberries in a freshly baked homemade pie attracts people from miles around. The festival begins with a pancake breakfast held at the Grange Hall, followed by a crafts fair and parade, and ends with a raffle. The day's events also include games for the kids, a salmon bake and entertainment. Proceeds from the event have provided scholarships for graduating Crescent High…
The “Taste” will feature a larger and expanded custom and classic car show, beer garden, live music all day, food booths including seafood and a variety of wonderful treats, informational displays, art and craft booths, fire engines, local artists, family entertainment throughout the day and lots of fun for all!
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.
Fall abundance is celebrated with the second annual Olympic Peninsula Apple & Cider Festival. Appreciate the traditions and culture of growing apples and fermenting cider with a truly authentic Pacific Northwest, tree-to-glass weekend experience. Attendees are welcome to join for one, two, or all three days of feasting, tasting and celebration.