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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.
RESCHEDULED: APRIL 6, 2019! You and your best road and trail running buddies. Form a team of 3 or 5 people—any mix of age, gender, and ability, as long as your team can average a 12-minute pace or faster. Load up your team van with food, drinks, extra layers, tunes, and a fun competitive spirit.
The OAT Run is a Half Marathon/10K run along the Olympic Adventure Trail that is the sister run to the Great Olympic Trail Run in September Olympic Adventure Trail - 25 miles of Adventure: 21 miles of flowy dirt single track and 4 miles of logging road. Post-Run Party - Super fun after-party at Harbinger Winery in Port Angeles with hot food and cold beer. Community Project - Thanks to all the participants and sponsors, OAT Run gives back to…
The Run the Peninsula Race Series takes place on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. The series is made up of 5 different races: February 2 - Elwha Bridge, Port Angeles | April 27 - Railroad Bridge, Sequim | June 2 - North Olympic Discovery Marathon, Sequim to Port Angeles | October 19 - Larry Scott, Port Townsend | December 7 - Jamestown S’Klallam, Blyn
First Federal Presents the 17th Annual North Olympic Discovery Marathon. From Sequim to Port Angeles, WA along the Olympic Discoery Trail. 2019 Registration is OPEN! Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay, Marathon walk, 10K, 5K and kids Marathon.
2019 will be the 30th Quinault Rain Forest Ride! To celebrate, we will be raffling off a very special quilt made with 25 years of ride t-shirts very kindly donated by Liz Tarbox. Cyclists of all ages and skill levels will enjoy pedaling through some of Washington's most scenic back-country on the 30th annual Quinault Rain Forest Ride Saturday June 29th 2019. This 30 mile, non-competitive ride travels both paved and gravel roadways. 3 comfort stations provide water, snacks, and…
July 27 and September 7, 2019. Multiple Events featuring small sprint boats with stadium seating
This year’s Tour de Lavender, like the year before, started out cool and misty. But by late morning the mist had burned off and bright blue, sunny skies were the order of the day. 512 cyclists registered to ride this year, more than ever! And with 10 lavender farms to visit, and after-ride celebration party to attend, and the exceptional beauty of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, the lovely fragrance of lavender gracing each stop, and the warm hospitality of the farmers…