Great Peninsula Conservancy postpones upcoming events

Annual Spring Dinner will be made up in October

Great Peninsula Conservancy postpones upcoming events

The Great Peninsula Conservancy announced Tuesday that they would be postponing all upcoming events, including stewardship work parties, Walk & Talk preserve tours and the annual Spring Dinner April 30.

The dinner will instead happen Thursday, October 1. In addition, GPC staff has transitioned to remote meetings with most individuals working from home. Staff will still be available for questions and concerns via email and phone.

More in News

.
SKSD bus driver shortage impacting transportation grid

Each day, the district operates 99 buses to transport 9,000 students to 15 schools

.
It’s official: Wolfe is now permanent police chief

Bremerton City Council approves mayor’s selection

.
That One Place restaurant’s COVID battle with state appears headed to court

Port Orchard restaurateur adamant his establishment didn’t violate governor’s directive

.
Positive COVID case at Poulsbo Middle School

Close contacts have been notified and advised

.
The Yard Fitness Club opens in Kingston

Club is located at the old Kingston Lumber site, where co-owner David Harvey held his first job

.
Mediascape: Network television’s bland decline offset by vibrant streaming offerings

YouTube content, paid streaming services will keep you tuned in

.
Ken Paskett fills his final script, South Park Pharmacy closes

Venerable business forced to shutter because of new lease terms

.
Users protest the prospect of parking fast ferry at Harper Pier

Kitsap Transit says the outcry is overblown, premature

Most Read