Join Seattle tiny home village tour Sept. 7

PORT ORCHARD — The Project Share organization has planned an afternoon field trip Sept. 7 to visit a working tiny house village in Seattle.

The trip will allow those in Kitsap County who are interested in the tiny house concept for housing the homeless community to see how a tiny house village works and to have their questions answered.

People wishing to join the field trip must RSVP with Corrinne Criss of First Lutheran Church. She can be texted or called at 360-813-2409.

Attendees are asked to meet at 12:45 p.m. at Harper Church, next to the Park &Ride, at 10384 SE Sedgwick Road.

The group will carpool to Fauntleroy in West Seattle, then drive to the tiny village for a 2:30 p.m. tour.

They will return via Tacoma and should arrive at Harper Church parking lot by 5:30 p.m.

Those wishing to travel on their own to the site can meet at the tiny house village, 2116 E. Union St., on the northwest corner of Union and 22nd Avenue in Seattle. Meet time is 2:30 p.m.

For more information, visit and click “tiny houses.”

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