Whaling Days schedule of events

FRIDAY, JULY 28

4-7 p.m.: Whale of a Run registration pick-up at the Kitsap Mall food court.

5-8 p.m.: Information booth at the corner of Byron Street and Washington Avenue.

5-10 p.m.: Carnival rides by Davis Amusements and 21+ beer and wine garden, in Old Town Silverdale.

6-10 p.m.: Main stage entertainment (Kim Archer Band at 6 p.m.; The Machine at 10 p.m.).

10 p.m.: Fireworks over Dyes Inlet

SATURDAY, JULY 29

7-10 a.m.: Meals on Wheels Kitsap Whale of a Run, including a four-mile race, a one-mile walk/run; a kids dash and a Special Olympics Athletes non-competitive fun dash. Packet pick-up is in the Sears parking lot at the Kitsap Mall.

7-11 a.m.: Silverdale Rotary pancake breakfast, at the Silverdale United Methodist Church.

10-11 a.m.: First Federal Lions/Kiwanis Grand Parade, Silverdale Way between Kitsap Mall Boulevard and Anderson Hill Road.

11 a.m. to 10 p.m.: Carnival rides by Davis Amusement, Old Town Silverdale.

11 a.m. to 8 p.m.: Street fair and information booth, Old Town Silverdale

Noon to 10 p.m.: 21+ beer and wine garden and main stage entertainment (Jack Parker at noon; Lana’s Garage at 1 p.m.; Soul Siren at 3 p.m.; Booboolala at 5 p.m.; Magnetic North at 7 p.m.; and Pat Travers at 8:30 p.m.), Old Town Silverdale.

4:30-8 p.m.: Kitsap Destruction Derby, Thunderbird Stadium at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

SUNDAY, July 30

7:45 a.m.: Dyes Inlet Dash registration, Silverdale Waterfront Park Gazebo.

9 a.m.: Dyes Inlet Dash Canoe Races.

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Street fair and information booth, Old Town Silverdale.

Noon to 6 p.m.: 21+ beer and wine garden and main stage entertainment (Kani Kapahu O Lohiau, noon; The Islanders, 1:45 p.m.; Silverdale Rotary Duck Race results, 3 p.m.; and Adrian Xavier, 3:30 p.m.), Old Town Silverdale.

1:30 p.m.: Silverdale Rotary Duck Race, Dyes Inlet.

3 p.m.: Silverdale Rotary Duck Race results, main stage.

WHALING DAYS SHUTTLE

New this year is a shuttle to help attendees get around the festivities. Drop-off and pick-up is located at the corner of Washington Avenue and Lowell Street. Rides are $2 per person, or $5 per family. Below is the shuttle schedule.

FRIDAY, JULY 28

TO THE FESTIVAL AT WATERFRONT PARK

From the Old Albertsons Parking Lot

4-5 p.m. every 15 minutes

5:30 p.m. to midnight every 20 minutes

From the Old Navy Parking Lot (old location on Ridgetop)

5:30 p.m. midnight every 20 minutes

SATURDAY, JULY 29

TO THE PARADE

From the Old Albertsons Parking Lot

7:30-10:30 a.m. every 15 minutes

From the Old Navy Parking Lot (old location on Ridgetop)

8:30-10:30 a.m. every 15 minutes

AFTER PARADE PICK-UP TO FESTIVAL

Silverdale Church on the O’Reilly’s side (Corner of Ridgetop and Silverdale Way)

10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every 15 minutes

TO THE FESTIVAL AT WATERFRONT PARK

From the Old Albertsons Parking Lot

Noon to 5 p.m. every 15 minutes

7-11 p.m. every 15 minutes

From the Old Navy Parking Lot (Old Location on Ridgetop)

12:15-5 p.m. every 15 minutes

7-11 p.m. every 15 minutes

5-7 p.m. no shuttle service (break)

SUNDAY, JULY 29

No shuttle service is available.

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