Join the Squaxin Island Tribe for the 19th annual Water Sounds Native Art Auction and Traditional Dinner. Water Sounds is the premier annual fundraising event of the Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center.
“PumpkinFest” is a month-long fall harvest celebration that culminates on Halloween weekend with, what else—a pumpkin catapult competition on last Saturday of the month.
Get your appetite revved up on OysterFest Sunday in Shelton. The family-friendly Shuck & Share 5K Run, supporting local families, coincides with the Washington State Seafood Festival, Oysterfest, and your registration is a free ticket to this event as well!
Savor local food and drink at Union City Market. October features Hood Canal’s freshest seafood in the “Canal Boil.”
Head to Union for a fun night of jazz music. Dance, sing and enjoy a vintage car photo booth, signature cocktails prepared by The Hardware Distillery, local beer and wine, as well as a Swing Costume Contest with Prizes, and picnic artisan baskets prepared by the chef at Alderbrook’s Pointe Restaurant (sold separately).
The Bash is famous for its homemade pies, blueberry (and chocolate!) milkshakes, brats, great music,and more. Come join the Steamboat Island community under a cool canopy of pines for kids’ activities, games, bingo, and raffle prizes.
Bring a lawn chair, a blanket and good company to listen and soak in the great music from bands and artists such as local favorites Psychedelic Shadow Show, Hippy and the Squids, Hurts like Hell along with world-renowned group Sky Cries Mary, just to name a few.
Potlatch State Park staff announces a lineup of FREE exciting and educational spring, summer and fall programs for kids and adults alike. Learn about the historical and cultural significance of the area to Native American people and Euro- American settlers.
This event showcases the wonderful, unique businesses in Mason County including retailers, professional services, restaurants, and more. Admission is FREE and the event is open to the public. This event is being held on Railroad Ave so please note that the road will be closed to accommodate the festival.
The Tahuya Day Celebration and Parade is Saturday July 6. This annual celebration draws run from 10 AM. to 4 PM by the fire station on the North Shore Road, the main street of Tahuya. Enjoy a variety of live entertainment as well as vendor booths featuring crafts, food, jewelry, baskets and community groups.