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 one of the largest mountain bike races in Kitsap County with over 300 racers annually. We look forward to having the race in 2021! If you're interested in signing up or checking out the entire race series, be sure to check out! STAY SAFE!

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 foreseeable future. This awesome museum is normally open Fri-Sun from Memorial Day to Labor Day, but COVID19 has other plans. We may open it sometime in August for the remainder of the season but public health policies may dictate that we postpone opening the museum until 2021. Be sure to follow us on Facebook where we will post any updates on the opening of the museum. Thanks for your support in our museum!

Summer Faire and Raptor Rhapsody Postponed to August 8th, 2021

With a heavy heart, Port Gamble has decided to cancel the upcoming Summer Faire and Raptor Rhapsody events in August. As we hoped that Kitsap County would be moving through the phased reopening, we held hope for these great events to take place. However, with Kitsap County still in Phase 2 for the foreseeable future, we made the decision to cancel in the interest of public safety. Get ready for the 4th Annual Port Gamble Summer Faire on Sunday August 8th, 2021 from 12pm-5pm. The West Sound Wildlife Shelter will host the much-anticipated Raptor Rhapsody at the Hood Canal Vista Pavilion on sunday August 8th, 2021 where you can get up close and personal with Birds of Prey. This will be a great

Maritime Music Festival to hold Virtual Festival

Our friends at the Maritime Music Festival have made the call to hold a virtual festival this year on Saturday August 8th, 2020. If you love historical style music and sea shanties, be sure to check out so you don’t miss the virtual festival!

Bite-sized Port Gamble History: A Presidential Visit

Each month, we'll be including a small piece of history from Port Gamble and I hope you will find it interesting! One hundred and forty years ago, the year 1880 was long remembered for the visit of President and Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes during their trip to Puget Sound. President Hayes was the first President to travel beyond the Rockies. One Port Gamble resident wrote about the presidential visit; “the mill was closed down and school children with red, white, and blue ribbons pinned to their shoulders were on the dock as part of the reception committee. Maude Walker (daughter of William & Emma Walker of the Walker-Ames House) presented Mrs. Hayes with a bouquet of flowers, the cannon was fi

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