Things to do

First Friday Lecture: Town Tavern Tales

The April 5 First Friday Lecture will feature a panel discussion of "Town Tavern Tales: Truth and Fantasy." Panelists will share stories about their life and work in the tavern/commune. Audience participation is encouraged. The program...

"Scapes: Landscapes, Seascapes and Cityscapes, 1867-1992"

Jefferson County Historical Society
540 Water street
Port Townsend, WA  98368
360-385-1003

"Scapes: Landscapes, Seascapes and Cityscapes, 1867-1992"
from the JCHS fine art collection

The exhibition...

NEW TRAVELING EXHIBIT EXPLORES WASHINGTONIANS' DEPRESSION-ERA STORIES

"Hope in Hard Times: Washington During the Great Depression," opens April 14 and runs through July 7 at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History. This exhibit focuses on the adversity and triumph of everyday Americans, comparing the...

Northeast Mason County Parks

 

Explore the parks in Mason County!

Mason County & Hood Canal host a variety of parks & recreational facilities to suit every visitor's needs ~ from beach access with shellfish gathering and boat launches to...

VINCENT CREEK FALLS

The falls are viewed from the "High Steel Bridge", which crosses over 300 feet above the canyon floor.  The falls  dry out by mid summer the best time to visit is November to February when the Skokomish River basin...

North and South Hamma Hamma River Bridge

 

   

North and South Hamma Hamma River Bridges (WA-97 & 96)

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Harstine Island Community Hall

 

 

Harstine Island Community Hall was built in 1914.

Cushman No. 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant

Significance: The Cushman No. 1 Hydroelectric Power Plant is a significant example of medium head hydroelectric technology in the west from the 1920s. Located in steep, inaccessible terrain prone to flooding, the plant construction was a...

Cushman No. 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant

Significance: Cushman Hydroelectric Plant No. 2 is significant as an example of state-of-the-art high-head hydroelectric technology from the late 1920s and early 1930s. It is associated with Tacoma's burgeoning industrial and commercial...

Shelton Public Library and Town Hall

Shelton Library, built in 1914 to house both the library and town hall, was donated to the town by the Mary Garrard Simpson (b. 1853), widow of Simpson Logging Company founder Sol Simpson, to give Shelton's single men an alternative...