Join us for the GARAGE SALE of ALL garage sales.
It’s a family affair with everything from toys to tools. Come grab a free cup of coffee and browse the deals. Lunch will be available for purchase and you can take home some yummy baked goods from the Baked Goods Sale.
You can also sell your own things or make a donation that benefits the Longbranch Foundation. Make your old treasures someone else’s new pleasure. If you want a space to sell your wares – Call us at 253.884.2254
SEE YOU ON THE KEY FOR SOME GREAT DEALS!!
Hosted by Specialty Cruise & Villas, the 1st Annual Gig Harbor Luxury Cruise Show will feature 6 of the top cruise lines in the world. There will be lines that offer ocean cruising, river cruising, expedition cruising and yachting! We will have presentations from Silversea Cruises & Expeditions, Ama Waterways, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Paul Gauguin and Seadream Yacht Club. Each cruise line will stick around for the duration of the show to answer questions and offer advice. While the main goal for the show is to educate our community on what on the incredible experience available, each supplier will have a special offer for show attendees that wish to book.
MarKee welcomes the Undertones back to beautiful Gig Harbor. The Undertones is a fun band playing vintage rock ‘n roll, a dash of Americana, and some bluesy sounds you’re sure to enjoy. Come by to enjoy a nice May evening with friends and neighbors sharing a glass of wine or a favorite brew. See you then!
Humanities in the Harbor, a monthly lecture series that explores unique and engaging topics for the Gig Harbor community, will continue in May as the Harbor History Museum welcomes author and historian Michael Hemp.
“CONJUNCTION: The Emerging Connection of Cannery Row, the historic Pacific Northwest, John Steinbeck & Ed Ricketts, the Sea of Cortez, and the Saga of the Western Flyer” is an exclusive archival photo presentation by Cannery Row historian, founder and president emeritus of the Cannery Row Foundation (Est. 1983).
On Thursday, May 17th, we invite you to join Michael Hemp as he continues opening up a vast, exciting new relationship between the historic Pacific Northwest and Monterey’s Cannery Row: the last frontier of research of a shared but little known historic, maritime, literary and ecological legacy.
Since 1983, Michael Hemp and The History Company have been a major source of historical research on author John Steinbeck’s world-famous Cannery Row literature and the ecological fame of America’s pioneering marine biologist, Ed Ricketts. Hemp now turns his focus to Pacific Northwest historical research, exploration, and celebration of the emerging discoveries that connect us in many unexpected and meaningful ways.
Humanities in the Harbor is held at Harbor History Museum, 4121 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, WA 98332.
Admission is FREE for Harbor History Museum members; Non-Members: $5.
Tickets can be purchased online on the Museum’s Buy Tickets page or by calling 253-858-6722; tickets may also be purchased at the door.
Questions and inquires may be directed to Zachary Sokolik, Marketing & Events Coordinator at Harbor History Museum at email@example.com.
Learn a great sport – More then just a lesson, a life-long skill.
Archery hero Legolas in “Lord of the Rings” and even Merida in “Brave” had to learn their archery skills- you can too!
Children will learn safe bow handling, arrow retrieval safety, target strategies, and fun exercises that build on skills learned. Archer strengthens your core muscles as well as eye-hand coordination as it builds confidence. Most of all it is FUN!
- Classes for ages 7-14
- Every Wednesday from 2-6pm (runs from May 23 – Aug. 15)
- $5 per participant/hour
- At the Sportsman Club – 9721 Burnham Dr. Gig Harbor
- Includes all equipment
- A certified Instructor
Class sizes are limited so contact Ceit at firstname.lastname@example.org to register soon.
Register between NOW and May 25th and you will be AUTOMATICALLY entered for a chance to win one autographed item from CUBS INFIELDER JAVIER BAEZ!
This is an event that is sure to bring families together from within our community to enjoy our beautiful Flagship park, showcase our youth sports and support youth recreation in our area.
20 batters in each category ranging from Grades 3rd – 8th will have the opportunity to step into the box for their chance to claim our first ever Harbor Home Run Derby champion. Everyone who enters will receive honorary Home Run Derby jersey.
How does it work?
– Temporary fencing will be installed prior to the event (Roughly 4ft in height)
– Distances from Home Plate to CF fence for each age group will be as follows
Grade 3 & 4 – 155ft
Grades 5 & 6 – 165ft
Grades 7 & 8 – 205ft
– Batters will have 2 minutes at bat
– Players with most balls hit over the fence wins
– In the event of tie, batters will have 1 minute to hit as many balls as possible to break tie.
What do you win?
– Winner in each grade category will receive 1 autographed item from Cubs Infielder Javier Baez and a coveted Home Run Derby trophy!
– 8:30 am Opening Ceremony
– 9:30a – 11a: 3rd & 4th
– 11:30a – 12p: 5th & 6th
– 12:30p – 2p: 7th & 8th
*Rules subject to change
This class is for ladies who are interested in learning about trapshooting (clay pidgeons) and would like to learn and develop confidence in a relaxed and non-competitive environment.
Instruction includes 6 hours of shotgun familiarization, safe handling, and fundamentals of the game. Instruction provided through class lecture and practice. (50 rounds). Participant must provide a 12 or 20 gauge shotgun, eye and ear protection, comfy shoes and a light lunch. Ammunition will be provided. Must register to attend. Fee payable at class. Contact Brain at the above email.
It’s back and BETTER THAN EVER! So Make way for the food trucks!
Food Truck Feast will be held on Saturday, June 16th at Sehmel Park in Gig Harbor. Kick off the start of the summer and Father’s Day weekend with tasty food trucks activities and live music!
NEW FOOD TRUCKS ANNOUNCED EACH WEEK!
Click here to submit your truck today —-> https://goo.gl/hgHV7c