Summer Camps & Giveaway! | Discovery Village: Serendipity. If any of you have been to Discovery
Village in Gig Harbor, and have kids who are into Lego’s, then this is an amazing opportunity for you. I have never been to Discovery Village as I don’t usually have a reason to cross the bridge. But, I hear from many twitter friends, that this is a great place to bring the kids for a great play date. This summer,
they are offering a drawing for a spot in their Lego camp! Leave a comment in the blog post here: http://discovery-village.com/blog/ by this FRIDAY May 11th. And prepare yourself to have a great time!
At Skansie Brother Park on Dec 3rd from 3-6pm, enjoy a unique view at underwater life during a night dive with lights in the water (After dark), a touch tank and informative lessons brought to you by Harbor Wild Watch. For more information call Rebecca Mullen at 253-514-0187 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
3207 Harborview Dr
The Pierce County Library is hosting an event to let you build your own Gingerbread Houses!
Saturday, December 3rd in Gig Harbor at 10:30 & 1pm
Registration is REQUIRED! Please register at the library
Build a gingerbread house with your kids and bring how a great decoration for the house in time for the Christmas season.
Come and enjoy the Scarecrow Festival rain or shine! Wear your Pacific Northwest gear. Grab your raincoat and boots and have FUN!!!
Saturday, October 8th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Sehmel Homestead Park, 10123 78th Ave NW, Gig Harbor. Click HERE for more information.
There will also be a 5K SCARECROW DIRT DASH FUN RUN & RELAY at
Festival events include:
- Scarecrow Contest & Displays
- KidsZone/Carnival Games
- Hay Rides/Pony Rides/Farm Animals
- Food & Fair Treats
- Live Music/Entertainment
- Beer Garden
On July 16th and 17th from 10am-5pm Gig Harbor is hosting an Arts Festival with more than 130 artists and craftsmen. Some of the art will also be available for purchase.
Festival parking will be at a premium. Carpooling is encouraged.
Free shuttle service will run both days from the Medical Center parking lot on Kimball Drive (near Hwy. 16). Click here for a map of the shuttle route.
This year’s festival artwork was created by Kelsey Hill from Peninsula High School. Her illustration appears on all the promotional materials. Congratulations to Kelsey and to PHS art teacher Christine Burris.