Whether you’re looking to be entertained or enlightened, Gig Harbor Now covers fun and informational events taking place in the community.
Local artists share the influence renowned artist William Turner had on their work and lives.
No decision was reached after a 10-hour Kitsap County hearing Thursday on the status of Olalla Valley Vineyard and Winery‘s conditional use permit (CUP). The 5.87-acre winery, owned and operated
Children can again mail letters to the jolly one, who will make the rounds in his makeshift sleigh after missing last year because of COVID.
Rotary-led group close to finalizing sisterhood with Bodø, Norway; Heritage in the Harbor event Friday honors Norwegian culture, history and traditions.
The TideFest craft fair runs all weekend, and Sunday features the Christmas tree lighting at Skansie Brothers Park.
Of lodging taxes, $125,000 goes to visitor-drawing events and $375,000 contributes to operating the city’s Tourism and Marketing Department.
Wine lovers and cider-sippers, take heart. Options for locally produced libations have expanded in recent months. Locust Cider opened in June at the site formerly occupied by Heritage Distilling, next
Crumbl Cookies is turning heads in the north end of town, and a new fish house is coming to the waterfront among other pending openings.
The center, which moved from the sold Boys & Girls Club building to Peninsula Lutheran Church, is hosting the event “Indulge” to raise funds to support its programs, services and scholarships.
Some events have been canceled, but there are still several Halloween activities from which to choose.
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