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For locals, it’s relatively easy to notice when the Rhododendron Grand Parade is around the corner. Whether it’s the rows of chairs reserved on Lawrence Street by residents looking to … more
The sauce may be the boss, but if you’re looking for the real commander of the kitchen, look no further than Bob Kelvy. Kelvy is the principal of the pasta, the steward of the sauce, and the … more
A longstanding Rhododendron Festival favorite among participants, organizers, and spectators will return this year: the Bed Races. The Rhody rendition of the Bed Races involves teams of five, with … more
What better way to celebrate the blooming spring flowers and forthcoming Rhododendron Festival than unleashing thousands of golf balls on a collision course down a steep hill on Monroe Street? As … more
Port Townsend-ites have early 20th century media sensationalism and Clive Buttermere to thank for Rhody Fest (with help from William Randolph Hearst of Hearst Metrotone News). In 1935, Buttermere … more
In its 40th year, the New Old Time Chautauqua will enliven Rhody Fest goers with an array of events and workshops across town this week. Chautauqua is a national age-old tradition determined to … more
“It’s Rhododendron, not Rhodydenron” reads a Leader headline about a month before the 1950 Rhody Fest. While it has been awhile since Port Townsend has had the real deal … more
Meeting the local lyrical expressionist, Milo Redwood, is an experience that feels serendipitous and even synchronistic somehow. Skeptics will try to deny or explain away the palpable energy shift … more
Inspire Washington’s Cultural Futures share-and-listen tour is coming to Centrum at Fort Worden in Port Townsend at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19. Inspire Washington is the state-wide advocacy … more
Rainshadow Recording welcomes Hiroya Tsukamoto, a talented guitarist, composer, and storyteller, to Port Townsend for a concert at the Palindrome in Eaglemount Cidery. Tsukamoto will bring his … more
The Jefferson County Historical Society and the North Olympic History Center are offering a series of “history hikes” in the coming months. History buffs and hikers can join David … more
The Wooden Boat Festival is back for in-person fun and festivities in 2022 with a world-renowned artist joining the ranks of creatives who’ve produced artwork for its coveted annual … more
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