You are all invited…

…to the Harbor WildWatch Cocktails & Fishtails – certain to inform and enlighten you.

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Wednesday (5:30-7pm) of each month (Feb – Nov) at our very own Harbor History Museum in downtown Gig Harbor for a Fishtale science chat with the social element of a no-host cocktail bar offered for 21+. You are welcome to bring along your own dinner to munch on as the program progresses.  Members are free, only $5 for non-members (What a deal!)

Next Cocktails & Fishtails  is Wednesday April 18th (5:30 – 7pm)
 Topic: Residential Rain Garden Workshop: Plan, Prep, Plant, Maintain
Join us for this presentation by Hannah Ljunggren, the AmeriCorps Water Quality Outreach Specialist for Pierce Conservation District. Hannah will be teaching us about the benefits of rain gardens, how to determine if one is appropriate for your needs, how to design it, build it, and maintain it. Hannah will also discuss the Pierce Conservation District rain garden program, and how we can help them in getting a rain garden of their very own.
Guests over the age of 21 are welcome. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the presentation begins at 6:00 pm. Drinks will be available for purchase; feel free to bring a takeout dinner and your questions!
Steward Club members are free; non-members $5.

Let’s embrace the Harbor History Museum as a place of knowledge and community gathering. You should be aware that you can rent this beautiful waterfront location for your own private event. There are many different areas you can rent including reserving the entire facility on off hours. Event Resources Gig Harbor has all the details about each area including the new Courtyard. What a special event it would be to give your guests a true Gig Harbor experience! Here are all the rental details: