The art museum is an educational institution whose mission is to engage a diverse audience with the art and craft of our region and our time.
Come walk the Enchanted Trail: a 600 foot long path decorated with over 65,000 Christmas lights! Start your journey by viewing the Jamesville Railroad, a 1/25 scale outdoor railroad. Walk past the pond and waterfall to the North Pole where elves and Mr. and Mrs. Claus are busy in their houses and workshops. Stroll down Candy Cane Lane to the Nativity; continue through the lighted orchard to your point of origin.
Christmas in the Country, held annually the first Friday, Saturday & Sunday of December, is Bainbridge Island’s premier winter holiday event. Launching the celebration of the Christmas season each year since 1993, this beloved community event supports home-based business entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, artists, authors, and musicians.
The Cultural Arts Foundation NW, a non-profit organization since 1985, has been dedicated to encouraging the arts, furthering creative potential, and involving the community in the enjoyment and appreciation of the arts in Kitsap County. Through support and sponsorship of the annual Poulsbo Arts Festival and the Art in the Woods Studio Tour, CAFNW showcases the achievements and varied talents for the enjoyment of all our residents and visitors alike.
Mission Statement: We serve the community through unique, intimate theater. Our purpose is to provide quality theatrical productions and to encourage widespread participation in performing arts.
Are you looking for the perfect place to hold your event? Whether it be a wedding for 50 or an auction for 600, Kiana is the perfect setting for any occasion. The grounds are welcoming and peaceful, providing one of the most scenic backdrops on all of Puget Sound. Discover how this award winning venue is the place to create new traditions and continue old ones alike. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds us, and you will feel a world away. Sophisticated and simple, this private space will draw you in. Tell us what inspires you, and our experienced planners will help you design an occasion that is something truly remarkable.
KCMT’S mission is to provide youth a creative outlet in a positive learning environment through professional, Broadway-type, theatrical experience. Our vision is that KCMT be available to all youth who wish to participate, regardless of background, or finance
We have a beautiful 1500 sq ft studio and gallery where I work as an artist and teacher along with wooden boat builder husband, Jim. Come visit!
Scholarship and service organization, serving all communities in Kitsap County. We are run by volunteers and provide over 200 hours per year volunteering in the county. In the seven years of operation, we have given over $140,000 in scholorship money to young college bound women.
Port Gamble is Western Washington’s best kept secret full of family-fun and outdoor recreation in Washington State’s oldest company-owned town founded in 1853.
About the Business: Our company owns, operates and maintains Port Gamble. We have residential and commercial homes.
We are a 501c3 organization whose mission is to promote the study and appreciation of performing and visual arts in Kitsap County. We accomplish this by: 1) awarding scholarships to students pursuing higher education in the arts; 2) awarding grants to other non-profits that promote the arts; and 3) sponsoring public events that increase awareness of the arts in our community.
P.O. Box 1542
Poulsbo, WA 98370 United States
Hello, my name is Pete Orbea and I have the pleasure of working in the historic town of Port Gamble. I love leading the popular Ghost Walks, Special Investigations and coordinating the Port Gamble Ghost Conference which has given me the opportunity to develop my skills for communicating with, and investigating the paranormal…
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The Poulsbo Community Orchestra (PCO) is made up of musicians from the Puget Sound region who rehearse weekly with three scheduled concerts. The PCO is open to all string, woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians looking to gain orchestral experience and to build skill. In addition, this is a great opportunity to learn first hand how an orchestra functions and what it takes to mount a musical performance. Membership includes 16 year olds (which is the minimum age requirement) to adults. Musicians must have at least 2 years recent playing experience. Regular attendance is required to perform in concerts. Members must provide their own instrument and should bring their own music stand.
The Poulsbo Historical Society Museum has a wealth of historical photographs available for sale. Feel free to come in during museum open hours and peruse our online photographs. Who knows, you may find out more about yourself and your past through pictures of long gone, but not forgotten family, friends and places.
2017 President: Tom Henderson
Poulsbo Sportsman Club is an outdoor recreational shooting facility for members and the general public offering trap shooting, multiple rifle and pistol ranges from 7 to 200 yards and a black powder area. The club offers training and holds a variety of events.
16990 Clear Creek Rd NW
Poulsbo, WA 98370 United States
We are a family run whale watching company that has been offering tours since 1985. We offer Half Day, Full Day and 3-Day whale watching and bird watching excursions leaving Port Townsend. Our tours are guaranteed to see whales or we’ll give you another trip until you do!
SmoothStone Partners help businesses survive and thrive in today’s challenging economy. Not with overly complex, convoluted methodologies and over-priced talent. But with creative minds, a careful selection of stunningly accurate tools, and the courage to help you use them to conquer your marketing giants. Welcome to SmoothStone Partners.
Metal artist located in Poulsbo.
Poulsbo’s Viking Fest is a celebration of Norway’s Constitution Day of May 17 (in Norwegian, “Syttende mai”). In Norway, it is a festival of flags and colorful processions, where children walk to the music of marching bands. Traditional Norwegian costumes are a prominent and common part of the celebrations. The festivities last from early morning to late at night. Parties with family and friends featuring traditional food and drinks are common. The day commemorates the adoption by Norway’s parliament of its own constitution on May 17, 1814, a constitution in large part modeled on the constitution of the U.S. At that time the country was still a part of a union with Sweden, and May 17 became a lasting, unifying national symbol in the struggle for its independence, became official in 1905. Norway was the third nation in the world to adopt a constitution and is today the only country aside form the U.S. to still use its original constitution.