Chris Craft Rendezvous, Artisan & Vintage Fair enliven downtown Port Orchard through Saturday

Annual events coincide with Port Orchard Farmers Market on Saturday

PORT ORCHARD — Downtown Port Orchard and the waterfront will be hopping through Saturday with the staging of the 30th Annual Chris Craft Rendezvous event and the Port Orchard Artisan & Vintage Fair.

Both summertime events will run until 9 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

The fair will feature handmade and vintage finds, plus live music and food, at the waterfront. More than 30,000 square feet of vintage goods will be offered for sale from the following businesses: Wisteria Lane, Josephine’s Mercantile, Olde Central Antique Mall, Steel Magnolia and Seaside Blonde.

Sidney Art Gallery also will have art pieces for viewing on the lawn at the gallery. Also ongoing on Saturday will be the Port Orchard Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Then at the Port Orchard Marina, the Chris Craft Rendezvous is featuring an armada of classic wooden boats in the unique style created by Chris Craft.

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