To ensure that the general public enjoys a safe and sane Independence Day, it’s important to take caution with fireworks and learn what is legal and what isn’t. To help in this regard, the Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s office has provided the following guidelines the July holiday.
POULSBO — Poulsbo’s 3rd of July promises to be a grand “Ole” tribute to the red, white and blue next Wednesday but with singers and musicians like Ole Sønsteli, Ole Petter Kampesveen, Ole Øystein Finsveen, Ole Ivar Kjernlie and Ole Ingvar Ringen on hand, the local celebration of America’s Independence will definitely have a Norwegian influence this year.
KINGSTON — The “Old Fashioned 4th of July” festival will kick off bright and early next Thursday with a pancake breakfast at the Kingston Cove Yacht Club, followed by a full day of activities for everyone.
POULSBO — “… And finally, here’s the bathroom. Check out the rainbow toilet — it’s pretty cool,” Mason Holmes of Poulsbo pointed out Saturday, completing his room-to-room tour of the aging Nelson Park farmhouse.
POULSBO — It took the Poulsbo Noon Lions months of planning, preparation and construction to build the picnic shelter at Raab Park in 1978, but when the city discovered extensive rot, the donated shelter came down almost overnight.
INDIANOLA — The sacred space is safe. Generous donors throughout the Northwest have contributed $1.9 million to save Camp Indianola, the place where generations of youngsters have soared over the water on the rope swing and warmed their spirits at the lodge’s massive stone fireplace.
POULSBO — Walkers, runners and bicyclists rejoiced last Wednesday when, after months of procedure and deliberation, the city was finally able to take an enormous step forward and finally approve permits for the Liberty Bay Waterfront Trail.
POULSBO – Transportation improvements. Economic development. Quality of life issues. These are not the topics you might expect to hear discussed at the monthly meeting of the KREDC Telecommunications Committee––a highly technical group filled with local government officials and communications professionals with local and eye-popping global credentials.
POULSBO — The gold shovels and hard hats will finally be making a debut appearance at Olhava next month — and, following a long wait, Olympic College officials are almost ready to break ground on their branch campus here.
POULSBO — The native green belt around the Poulsbo Library is growing and thriving, but not the way developers intended when they revamped the Lincoln Road structure and created a landscape that would make Martha Stewart envious.