Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Frosty Winterfest 2020 (courtesy of Port of Poulsbo)

Frosty Winterfest is sure to warm up your weekend

Beat the wintery cold this coming weekend as the Port of Poulsbo kicks off Frosty Winterfest 2020.

The weekend-long event offers a buy-one-get-one deal on moorage for boaters as well as entertainment, shopping, and dining experiences, capped off with a bonfire at Muriel Iverson Willams Waterfront Park.

Entertainment comes in the form of live music at the Brass Kracken, Slippery Pig and Greenlight Diner. a “Booty Bling & Beer Scavenger Hunt” and arts walk with free refreshments as well as chances to win various prizes throughout the weekend.

Poulsbo shops and restaurants will be offering in-store discounts, sales, and events. For example, Tizley’s Europub will kick things off on Friday with its eighth annual whiskey night.

The festivities begin Friday Feb. 7 and run through Sunday, Feb. 9.

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