Port Gamble Theater Company kicks off 2016 season | Port Gamble Gazette

Port Gamble is set for an exciting year of events, Port Gamble Ghost Conference, Maritime Music Festival, Country Christmas, and monthly trail activities.

“Around the World in 80 Days” officially starts the 2016 season at the historic Port Gamble Theater.

This Jules Verne classic, adapted by Mark Brown, will leave you holding on to your seat for the original great race April 1-17.

The Port Gamble Theater Co. boasts an amazing lineup this year which includes “Robin Hood” (July 8-24); “Clue: The Musical” (Oct. 7-23); and “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” (Dec. 2-18).

The 2016 season tickets are now available. Save 20 percent off single show tickets now at www.port gambletheater.com. Show times are generally Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. with a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. New this year, they will be offering dinner theater for “Clue: The Musical” for all three Saturday performances. Stay up to date with all of the Port Gamble Theater’s events at www.portgambletheater.com.

New restaurant opening in April

The Port Gamble merchants are pleased to welcome Butcher & Baker Provisions to the core of businesses. Although there is no official grand opening date set, this new small-batch artisanal café will open its doors in the historic Automotive Station located on Highway 104, across from the playground, sometime in April.

Locals will be excited to learn that the new café will be carrying local farm-fresh produce and dairy, and will offer delectable hand-crafted sandwiches. Everyone will enjoy fresh-baked goods like cheesecake, pies, and fresh bread.

Perhaps you’re looking to have a picnic in scenic Port Gamble. They have you covered with picnic baskets designed for two.

If you’re not hungry by now, Butcher & Baker Provisions will also be offering beer, wine, cheese, hand-crafted sauces, spices, and rubs to go along with their locally sourced, farm-raised meats like steaks, roasts, kebabs, and cured meats.

Follow Port Gamble on Facebook for details about the opening of Butcher & Baker Provisions.

Spring yoga returns to Port Gamble

Welcome spring and increasing daylight with yoga. Join the four-session series beginning in April.

n April 18 and 25, May 2 and 9.

n 9-10:15 a.m.

n $35 for four sessions.

n Please bring a yoga mat, block, strap, water.

n Drop-in cost is $10 per class. Space is limited; preference will be given to those who sign up for the full series.

Yoga will be offered in the beautiful wood-lined conference center, with carpeted flooring and views of Gamble Bay. Four sessions will focus on deep breathing techniques, gentle yoga postures, balance and deep relaxation. Meditation will be incorporated. Class is perfect for  beginners or those seeking to deepen their practice. To register, contact certified instructor Trish Olson at pason@comcast.net or 360-697-2901.

Celebrate Earth Day with Tango Zulu Imports

To celebrate Earth Day, Tango Zulu is giving away a packet of vegetable seeds with every African basket purchase April 22-24. Visit their fair trade gift shops at 32239 Rainier Ave. NE in Port Gamble, and at 146 Winslow Way on Bainbridge (next to the bakery in Winslow Green). www.tangozuluimports.com.

Two unique, beautiful spaces available in Historic Port Gamble

The Hovey House (House 8) built in 1890 is available for rent on Port Gamble’s historic Rainier Avenue. This Victorian-style home is perfect for retail, and rents for $1,600 a month. This 2,089 square-foot. building has two bathrooms and is available April 1 for a one-year lease with option for more. If you, or someone you know, are looking for a great business opportunity, contact the Port Gamble Property Manager at 360-297-7251 and set up an appointment to tour the Hovey House.

Is your church or congregation looking for a new location? The historic St. Paul’s Church built in 1879 is available to rent for $900 per month. St. Paul’s Church has a beautiful sanctuary, full basement, full kitchen and plenty of parking overlooking picturesque Gamble Bay. Contact the Port Gamble Property Manager at 360-297-7251 to schedule a tour today.

Port Gamble Bay Cleanup Project construction site still closed to public

Contractors are still working during the “off-season” of the project on the site of the historic saw mill.

Please note that the mill site is still closed to the public. You may observe the work from the bluff above near the Port Gamble Historic Museum.

Construction updates will resume in the spring as season two of construction commences in the summer. Please visit the project website at www.portgamblebaycleanup.com or find it on Facebook to stay up to date with this historic project. The cleanup process aims to eliminate threats to human health and the environment while minimizing the impacts of cleanup.

Port Gamble’s 2016 event calendar

Port Gamble is set for an exciting year of events, Port Gamble Ghost Conference, Maritime Music Festival, Country Christmas, and monthly trail activities.

You can stay up to date with activities and happenings at Port Gamble by subscribing to the monthly Port Gamble E-Newsletter at www.portgamble.com. For more information about the E-newsletter, please contact the events office at 360-297-8074 or email portgamble@orminc.com.

 

Stay up to date by viewing our Calendar of Events for 2016 at www.portgamble.com.

 

— Pete Orbea is marketing and communications coordinator for Port Gamble. Contact him at porbea@orminc.com.

 

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