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Port Gamble Weddings & Events holding Minimonies, Microweddings, and Business Meetings

This year has certainly put a big hurt across the wedding and event industry. Over 60% of 2020 weddings postponed to 2021 with about 20%

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Port Gamble General Store Kicks off the Holiday Season with the Holiday Open House

The goblins and ghouls are being replaced by ornaments and wreaths; the brightly colored leaves will soon be replaced with brightly colored lights. And in the same spirit of seasonal changes, Port Gamble is putting away the scares in exchange for holiday cheer. Who’s ready...

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11th Annual Port Gamble “Virtual” Ghost Conference – November 6th-8th

The 11th Annual Port Gamble Ghost Conference is planned for November 6th-8th, 2020 all virtual with nighttime fights in historic Port Gamble. This conference is one of the oldest on the West coast and is suited for those simply interested in the paranormal to those who are...

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Ready.Set.Ghost Walk…Fingers crossed.

Ever wondered about the stories of the paranormal and Port Gamble? Want an inside look at what many consider to be Washington’s most...

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The Port Gamble General Store & Café celebrates One-Year Anniversary with New Ownership.

The Port Gamble General Store has been operating in historic Port Gamble since 1916. On August 2nd, 2019, the 103-year-old building was greeted by its new owners, Juan & Ginny Carosso. Happy One-Year in business in Port Gamble! They always have really...

August 2020 1

Bite-Sized History: The General Store Building

Although there is nothing bite-sized about this building, it was constructed in 1916 for $23,106.87. This building is the 5th store in the company’s history in Port Gamble. One of the first buildings constructed by Pope & Talbot in 1853 when the sawmill was established...

August 2020 2

The Port Gamble Businesses are a “Labor” of Love and looking forward to Labor Day Weekend: Some busi

In the 19th and early 20th century, there were about 2500 “company” towns in the US. Now there are only a couple, lending to the uniqueness of Port Gamble, WA. It is inspiring to have a business community of entrepreneurs just as unique, where all of the businesses are here...

August 2020 3

Bite-Sized Port Gamble History: The Community Center (Theater & Post Office)

Constructed and designed in 1906 by architects Bebb & Mendel, Seattle’s most prominent architect firm in the first decade and a half of the 20th century, the community center/theater/post office building was built for a staggering $12,110.80. The hall was a...

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Stottlemeyer 30/60 Mountain Bike Race on August 1st is postponed to 2021

The NW Epic Series Stottlemeyer 30/60 mountain bike race is being postponed to 2021 due to COVID19. With Washington State being on hold with moving forward with phased reopening guidelines, race organizers have decided to postpone. The Stottlemeyer 30/60 is...

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The Port Gamble Historic Museum postpones opening this Summer

We love our historic museum so much and hope you do too! We have had to make the difficult decision to postpone the opening of the museum for Summer which was going to take place on Friday July 17th, 2020. Kitsap County remains in Phase 2 of reopening for the...

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