Port Gamble Historic Museum Closed until May 2018, but Available for Private Events/Tours $100/Hour

The Port Gamble Historic Museum has closed it's doors for the winter and will reopen the first weekend in May 2018 with new hours: Friday-Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm. Take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of one of Washington State's oldest towns. Make your next company retreat or party one for the history books in the Port Gamble Historic Museum. Built in 1916 as one of the mill site offices, the museum was designed in 1972 and opened in 1976 housing and abundance of historical items from Port Gamble and the sawmill which operated form 1853-1995. This space is ideal for 25-30 people and is perfect for a cocktail reception or private tours and retreats in a colorful his

Port Gamble Business Owner Hits the Road this May to Fight Childhood Hunger

Butcher & Baker Provisions owner Chef Adam Sawasy is currently training for a very important bike ride May 15th- 17th, 2018 starting in Santa Rosa, CA. Chef Sawasy is joining hundreds of chefs for the Chefs Cycle No Kid Hungry campaign which raised 2 million dollars last year. The organization is hoping to raise 2.4 million this year and has already raised nearly $100,000. Chef Adam is looking to personally raise $7500. “I'm helping end childhood hunger in America by riding 300 miles in three days with Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry. For the past three years, Chefs Cycle has engaged culinary talents who want to push their physical limits while raising funds and awareness in support of No Kid

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