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It has been a very busy year, and to think the year is half over and there are only five more months until the annual… Continue reading
The years seem to go by very quickly and with so many new things happening in Port Gamble, you must come out and see us.We… Continue reading
W ith the holidays here and 2010 just around the corner, it is hard to believe that 2009 is over – where does the time… Continue reading
What a difference a year makes.Thinking back, a year ago we had snow and the thought of spring seemed so far away. Now with a… Continue reading
General store opensWe have had a busy March and April, with the General Store opening March 6 and the café opening March 13.Kim, Erik, Sarah… Continue reading
Summer finally arrived and the big yellow ball in the sky is a great sight to behold.With the warmer weather we are seeing more locals… Continue reading
It seems as if summer passed us by this year and in Port Gamble we can tell that fall is upon us as the trees… Continue reading
Like many of you we have been waiting for spring to get here and we are not sure if it will happen or we will… Continue reading
Port Gamble’s August is all about the arts, with the Port Gamble Theater Companying opening and with the sixth Annual Maritime Music Festival and the 1st Annual Rock n’ Blues Festival – Port Gamble will be a jammin’ place! You can always catch a bite to eat prior to the Theater events at the Port Gamble General Store, Bistro by Night or Mikes Four Star BBQ, come early and check out all the other local businesses in town.
Join us in Port Gamble for our Christmas Lights Extravaganza — more than 100,000 lights will be shining here. Get started on Christmas shopping and remember to shop local.
We are so proud to announce that Port Gamble’s own Quilted Strait received national recognition in Better Homes and Garden’s “Quilt Sampler” magazine.
The title of “Best Holiday Fruitcake” in the Pacific Northwest is again up for grabs in the 10th annual Holiday Fruitcake Contest at Port Gamble.
With gas prices increasing, visit the towns in Kitsap County and enjoy the local sites and sounds. All of us in Port Gamble invite you to wander our quaint town and visit our shops – look for new ones that have opened or take in a festival or two. We have a lot going on for the month of July and look for two new festivals in August – Paddle Kitsap and the Great Peninsula Future Festival.
All of us in Port Gamble appreciate all the support that everyone in Kitsap County and beyond give to the Port Gamble businesses and Olympic Property Group in “buying local.” Look for the opening of Terrapin Farms on May 5 at the corner of Puget Way and Highway 104.
We have some creepy, haunting events happening in October, so when you visit Port Gamble this month, make sure to bring your ghostly spirit.
With a variety of fun summer activities, from live music in a natural amphitheater setting, to car shows and outdoor recreation opportunities, you’ll be sure to keep boredom at bay.
It’s summertime and the living is easy in Port Gamble, where you can enjoy everything from scenic Gamble Bay and exhilarating hiking trails to an exceptional selection of local restaurants and retail stores.
Whether you’re a local or a traveler going from Seattle to the Olympic Peninsula, a latte or chai tea from Gamble Bay Coffee is a “can’t miss” stop in the North Kitsap community
Pack your sunscreen and head to Port Gamble, one of Western Washington’s most beautiful and diverse playgrounds for the adventure sports fanatic.
In collaboration with Quilted Strait and The Artful Ewe, Port Gamble is destined to become a fiber artists’ paradise with the third annual Fibers and Fabrics Festival set for April 26-27.