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The Silverdale-based Maasai Women’s Education and Empowerment Program USA was awarded the Kitsap Peninsula Global Humanitarian Award Dec. 4, at the 2011 RESULTS Benefit Luncheon.
One year, her tree had a sleigh theme. Another year, it was decorated with vintage-looking dolls. This year’s theme is “Cooking with Claus” and features gingerbread. For each of the last 24 years, Sandra Carlson has decorated a Christmas tree, each with its own unique theme, for the Festival of Trees. So she wasn’t about to miss the 25th and final event.
The inaugural Port Gamble Rock 'n' Blues Festival takes place Aug. 27-28.
As the world goes holiday mad, keep your cool
Dear Erin, Traditionally we’ve had a sit-down Christmas dinner at our home. Now our children have grown and married and have several homes to visit on Christmas.
Poulsbo will be dancing in the street on Saturday.
Not too long ago, if you received a life-changing medical diagnosis, you may have picked up the phone and called your Aunt Bert. You might… Continue reading
When the rock band Payday Daddy retired in 2003, they thought their days of playing in smoky bars were over.They were half right.The state banned… Continue reading
This Memorial Day weekend, no one is allowed to say they are “bored.” There is just too much to do.Three festivals have merged into one,… Continue reading
The annual Fly-In takes place on Saturday. The event flies an average of 110 children each year.
Settling into a darkened movie theater, large popcorn in hand, ready to sit back and enjoy the show, when in walks a parent with small children.
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How to avoid political debates.
Banish post-holiday blahs with toe tapping music
I read your recent article in the Kitsap Week section of the Bremerton Patriot and was wondering if you might have some advice for my situation. This used to be a very quiet neighborhood. However, a year or so ago a family moved in “kitty-corner” across the street from us. Last summer they parked their car in their driveway, opened the doors and turned on the stereo full blast.
It used to be that whenever an email from “Carl” showed up in my inbox, I would cringe. “Conceited Carl,” I nicknamed him, for his messages were frequently terse and borderline rude.
Behold the berry; Blackberries are celebrated in full force at the Bremerton Blackberry Festival | Kitsap Week
The annual Blackberry Festival runs Saturday through Monday along the boardwalk in Bremerton.
Bird counters scour Kitsap County searching tree and sky, searching for species, both common and rare. Although “rare” is relative. “I’ve traveled around the… Continue reading
Longtime Kitsap residents share their tips for a successful marriage
The picturesque Point No Point Lighthouse continues to safely guide marine traffic.