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As we get deeper into October, more and more in-person events are emerging from their Covid-19 hibernation. The city of Gig Harbor will celebrate the grand opening of the Eddon
“It’s like I have ESPN or something,” a quote from the 2004 movie “Mean Girls.” Well, probably not ESPN, but if you had any ESP going on, you took yourself
“700 Feet Down” and “Soldier” also won awards, while Staci Layne Wilson was honored as best director for “The Ventures: Stars on Guitars.”
The reemergence from COVID continues with several in-person events returning this week, starting with the Scarecrow Festival at Sehmel Homestead Park on Saturday, Oct. 1. Sponsored by PenMet Parks, the
If you’re walking around downtown Gig Harbor, or on the Cushman Trail, or just about anywhere in the area, you might be lucky enough to spot a little painted rock.
Movie lovers, rejoice. The Gig Harbor Film Festival returns this week after a two-year COVID-induced hiatus. The festival runs Sept. 22-25, with 61 films scheduled for screening at the Galaxy
After an unexpected two-year intermission, the Gig Harbor Film Festival is back in full force this week. For four days – Sept. 22–25 – the screens at the Galaxy Theatres
This weekend’s Open Studio Tour is an annual opportunity to meet local artists and learn how they work and what inspires them to create. The 2022 tour features 23 professional
It has taken many generations, but Gig Harbor will finally acknowledge and honor the first people who lived in this area – the sx̌ʷəbabš band of the Puyallup Tribe of
In America, the full moon closest to the autumn equinox is known as the Harvest Moon. In Korea, people celebrate the fall full moon at ChuSeok – meaning “autumn eve”
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