Summer happenings in Port Gamble

Get ready for Port Gamble Summer Faire Aug. 11

We are pleased to announce that the second annual family-fun event set to take place on Saturday Aug. 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Port Gamble Summer Faire boasts a fun-filled afternoon of activities, shopping, farmer’s market, live music by the Port Gamble Maritime Music Festival now in its 13th year. We even have some interesting animals coming out including raptors from the West Sound Wildlife Shelter, and pets from the local shelter Rescue Every Dog. Find all of the details at portgamble.com.

Raptor rhapsody

Visit with West Sound Wildlife Shelter’s resident raptors — barred owls, a great-horned owl, a red-tail hawk, an American kestrel, a peregrine falcon, and a turkey vulture. All of these wildlife ambassadors are well known for inspiring and engaging adults and children alike! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about common raptors of the Pacific Northwest and their habitats in the beautiful setting of Port Gamble. While you are visiting the raptors and Summer Faire, add a side trip with a short trail walk and see the Shelter’s future home! For details about the West Sound Wildlife Shelter, visit

westsoundwildlife.org.

Scapino opens at the Port Gamble Theater in July

The Port Gamble Theater Co. is proud to present Scapino July 13-29. See Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale’s adaptation of Moliere’s comic tale of Scapino, the deceitful valet who contrives to bring his master’s children and their respective loves together through all kinds of trickery — despite his master’s differing plans. Show times are Friday and Dinner Theater Saturdays at 7 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. with an additional Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. on July 2. Be sure to visit portgambletheater.com for tickets, show times, and details on upcoming auditions.

Tails are wagging for the muddy paw dog agility trials

In Port Gamble, we love our furry family members and are very excited about the North American Dog Agility Council-sanctioned agility trial hosted by MudPack July 13-15. Spectators are welcome for a weekend of obstacle courses and furry friends at the Port Gamble baseball field area. The baseball field is located on the west side of Port Gamble just as you head out of town towards the Hood Canal Bridge.

Independence Day in Port Gamble

The staff at Port Gamble would like to wish you all a happy and safe 4th of July holiday. Please remember that fireworks are not allowed in Port Gamble, the old mill site, or the Port Gamble Uplands/Trailhead. If you have any questions, you can contact the town management office at 360-297-7251, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Psychic development classes and live gallery reading materializes July 21 at the Port Gamble Masonic Lodge

Join international psychic medium William Becker of Paranormal Insights and psychic medium Pete Orbea of Port Gamble Paranormal for a day of psychic exploration and live psychic gallery reading at the historic Port Gamble Masonic Lodge, built in 1871.

The day starts with a “finding your psychic voice” class for novice and beginners which covers grounding/centering, shielding/filtering, locating/communicating and work with paranormal entities. The advanced/elementals class takes place in the afternoon and into the early evening and covers working with entities, akashic record (seat of knowledge), locating/communicating with elementals, and psychic exploration of the historic and haunted town of Port Gamble, including the famed Walker-Ames House, built 1889.

The live psychic gallery reading is open to the public and runs from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for $20 in the Port Gamble Masonic Lodge. Audience members will have a chance to connect with loved ones through psychic readings performed by William Becker and Pete Orbea. Please note that everyone in the audience is not guaranteed a psychic reading. The whole day is capped off with a special paranormal investigation with Pete and William along with members of The Permanents: A Paranormal Case Study documentary film. Some of the proceeds of the investigation will go to benefit The Permanents documentary production! Tickets and details have materialized at portgambleparanormal.com/events-classes.

Port Gamble’s 2018 Event Calendar

Port Gamble is set for an exciting year of events: Port Gamble Ghost Conference, Summer Faire/Maritime Music Festival, Country Christmas, and monthly trail activities.

You can stay up to date with activities and happenings at Port Gamble by subscribing to the monthly Port Gamble E-Newsletter at portgamble.com . For more information about the E-newsletter, please contact the events office at 360-297-8074 or via email at portgamble@orminc.com.

Stay up to date by viewing our Calendar of Events for 2018 at portgamble.com.

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