What’s not to like at the Kitsap County Fair? We asked some local notables, “What is your favorite thing about the fair?” Here’s how they answered:
The competition will be featured at the Kitsap County Fair each day, with training events in the morning and competition in the afternoon. And the best part about it is anyone can bring their dog out to try it.
Leota Lewis doesn’t expect to see a lot of blackberry pies at this year’s Kitsap County Fair. “The blackberries are already ripe now,” Lewis said in mid-July. She is superintendent of pies for the fair. “Usually they don’t ripen until mid August. I expect that means fewer blackberry pies, unless they’re made up early and frozen.”
It’s the 92nd year for the fair in Kitsap County. And throughout the years, the fair has been a place for local residents to celebrate what makes Kitsap County great.
The New York Times bestselling author, J. A. Jance is coming to Poulsbo and Silverdale promoting her new novel, "Dance of the Bones: A Beaumont and Walker Novel."
Point of Grace, two-time Grammy nominees and five-time Gospel Music Association song of the year and album of the year winners, are including Poulsbo in their “A Thousand Little Things” tour. The trio performs Aug. 22 at Gateway Fellowship.
A group of West Sound Academy students wanted to do something that was bigger than participating in the school’s Queer Straight Alliance club — a project that would help the local community and have a lasting impact. That effort — Listen to Your Art Music and Art Festival — is Aug. 22 in Port Gamble.