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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…
See firsthand our tradition of craftsmanship and exciting growth and changes at the school by joining us at 3:30 pm on the First Friday of each month for a tour. All tours are located at the Port Hadlock Heritage Campus.
February 1: Josh Wisniewski Archaeologist, Port Gamble S'Klallam | March 1:Celeste Dybeck JCHS Trustee, Elder, Jamestown S'Klallam | April 5: Janine Ledford Executive Director, Makah Cultural & Research Center | May 3: David Brownell Historic Preservation Officer, Jamestown S'Klallam | June 7: Glenys Ong NAGPRA Collections Assistant at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture | July 5: Alexandra Peck PhD candidate at Brown University | August 2: Roger Fernandes Artist & Storyteller, Lower Elwha S'Klallam | September 6:…
An annual colonial festival with a colonial village and daily reenactments of the Battles of Lexington and Concord at the George Washington Inn and Washington Lavender Farm, located between Sequim and Port Angeles, Washington. Tickets are available at the gate on all four days of the event. Adult admission is only $15 per adult for the entire weekend. Seniors and active duty military receive a discounted price of $10, teens are $5, and children 3-11 are $2. Kids 2 and…
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.
Welcome to the 24th Annual Forest Storytelling Festival in Port Angeles, WA! World class storytellers will make you laugh uproariously and will tug at your heartstrings. Everyone — from preteens, grandparents and everybody in between — will find stories of love, comedy and inspiration.
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.