Category Archives: Community Events

Dewatto Campground Work Party Sunday

A Port of Dewatto campground work party is scheduled for Sunday, April 22 from 10 am – 2 pm.

Everyone is welcome at the campground located at 1001 Dewatto Bay Rd., Tahuya. Please bring rakes, shovels and gloves to help ready the campground for the season. The Port will provide garbage bags. For more information, call 360 372-2695.

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Love INC Golf Tournament Set for July

“Lots of Fun, Games, and Prizes” is once again this year’s theme for the 8th Annual Love Inc Golf Tournament presented by Title Sponsor Alderbrook Properties  and Tournament Sponsors Drew MacEwen, Falcon Financial Investment, Inc. and the Druzianich Family Foundation. The tournament is set for Monday, July 16, 2018 at the award-winning Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club in Union.  Last year’s tournament helped to transform the lives of more than 4,380 people in Mason County. Gillis Auto Center, Shelton, and Arnold Smith Insurance are par 3 hole-in-one sponsors with Gillis giving away a new car and Arnold Smith awarding  $5,000 cash.

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Second Forum on Shelton Marina Saturday

The Port of Shelton is holding the second of three community forums on the future of Oakland Bay Marina Saturday morning. The Port Commission will gather public input beginning at 10 AM in the Commission Chambers of the Port of Shelton Office at 21 W. Sanderson Way.

During the first forum, held April 3rd, Port staff presented three possible options: completing planned repairs to the south dock; creating a public/private partnership; or selling marina. However, the Port wants to hear your ideas and thoughts as no decisions have been made on the future of Oakland Bay Marina. 

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Hood Canal Events Talks Traveler 5.5K Run/Walk

Hood Canal Events (HCE) is hosting the 3rd annual Traveler 5.5K Run/Walk on Saturday April 21, 2018 at Alderbrook Golf Club’s venue – The Pointe, located at E 330 Country Club Dr E. in Union. Dedrick Allan from MasonWebTV Powered by HCC met HCE’s Kerry London Myers and Jeff Nunnemaker at the Pointe to talk about the event.

Local radio personality Jeff Slakey will be the MC and Mason County Commissioner Kevin Shutty will be handing out the awards after the race. To sign up for the race and for more information, go to www.hoodcanalevents.com.

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Draw Botanical Illustrations at NM Library

Everyone is invited to stop by the Discovery Zone at the North Mason Timberland Library between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday to watch and learn from local artist Elise Watness on how to draw simple botanical illustrations.

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Habitat Home #27 – Blessing Ceremony

Habitat for Humanity of Mason County welcomes the public, volunteers, family and friends (especially little ones) to a Blessing Ceremony for Habitat Home #27. The on-site Ceremony will be at 2:00 pm on Sunday, March 25th at 325 Grandview Avenue in Shelton. Carpooling is encouraged.

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Traveler Run/Walk April 21st

Hood Canal Events (HCE) is hosting the 3rd annual Traveler 5.5K Run/Walk on Saturday April 21, 2018 at Alderbrook Golf Club’s venue – The Pointe, located at E 330 Country Club Dr E, Union, WA. 98592 The Traveler 5.5K Run/Walk celebrates the return of spring in Union, WA. “The Traveler,” a rock formation on the face of Mt. Washington is visible only for a few months every year and only from the Union view of the mountain over Earth Day weekend. The race will be held at Alderbrook Golf Club’s outdoor space – The Pointe. This site offers a spectacular high bank view of this apparition and a wonderful 2-acre event space to promote Hood Canal business/organizations, food, art and Pacific Northwest recreation.

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Women Pilots of World War II at NM Library

 

Storyteller Rebecca Hom will share the stories of several Womens’ Airforce Service Pilots, (WASPs) as well as the history of the program at the North Mason Timberland Library from 7 to 8:15 PM on Wednesday, March 14th. The WASPs were an essential part of the US military’s air efforts during WWII. 

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Auditions Being Held for Missoula Children’s Theater

Mason County youth are invited to audition for a live theater production of “Gulliver’s Travels”.

For more than twenty years, the Shelton Kiwanis Club has teamed up with Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT) for an exceptional performing arts program. MCT, the nation’s largest touring children’s theater visiting nearly 1,300 communities this year alone.

On March 12, the tour team will arrive in Shelton with a set, lights, costumes, props, and make-up – everything it takes to put on a play…except the cast. This year’s performance is an original adaptation of “Gulliver’s Travels”. The adaptation is written and conceived by, with music and lyrics by, Michael McGill.

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Regional Rock Acts to Perform at OC Shelton

The students in Carmen Hoover’s Rock N’ Roll Music History class are enthusiastically planning to host two bands this year as part of their interactive learning classwork. Students play an integral role in this event, conducting research, making booking arrangements, serving as roadies, preparing savvy interview questions and providing refreshments and hospitality for the bands. Performances are on the Olympic College Shelton campus in the Johnson Library Reading Room, 937 W. Alpine Way in Shelton.

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