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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Indulge Yourself at the 13-mile Chocolate on the Beach Festival in Grays Harbor

Written on February 16, 2018 at 5:37 pm, by

   The amazing Death By Chocolate Cake made by Shannon Vavich of The Flying Kitchen. Photo courtesy: Ocean Crest Resort Attention fans of delicious chocolate: you need to go to the Washington Coast at the end of February. On February 22-25, the Chocolate on the Beach Festival is once again returning to the North Beach  Continue Reading »

Ken Waite Memorial Golf Tournament

Written on February 12, 2018 at 7:50 pm, by

The Grays Harbor College is proud to announce that they once again will be hosting the Ken Waite Memorial Golf Tournament.  The tournament will be hosted at Highlands Golf Course, and all proceeds benefit Grays Harbor College Choker Athletics.  The tournament is Saturday, May 12, 2018 and registration begins at 8:30 am, with golfing starting  Continue Reading »

Ever Growing Art Scene Livens up Grays Harbor

Written on February 6, 2018 at 6:09 pm, by

As humans, we are drawn to vivid colors, things out of the norm, or things that evoke an emotional response. Art is not only a form of creative expression for artists, but often times carries with it a unique story or a rich message in history that everyone can appreciate. Grays Harbor is teeming with  Continue Reading »

Where to Explore Logging History in Grays Harbor

Written on February 6, 2018 at 6:07 pm, by

  This sign welcomes you as you enter Aberdeen from the East, find out why by visiting Grays Harbor museums. Photo credit: Douglas Scott You’ve seen the “Lumber Capital of the World” sign as you drive into Aberdeen from the east, but do you know why the city was given that title? While almost everyone  Continue Reading »

Ocean Crest Resort’s Jess Owen Mixes up Local Ingredients with Global Flare

Written on February 6, 2018 at 6:05 pm, by

  Two Lobster Tail Dinner. Photo credit: Ocean Crest Resort Out along the Washington Coast, where there are more pieces of driftwood than people, it can be hard to be noticed for excellence in almost any craft. Yet, up on a bluff from the breakers of the Pacific, one restaurant is becoming a Pacific Northwest  Continue Reading »

Grays Harbor Fairgrounds Receives Grant for Improvements to Equestrian Area Restrooms

Written on February 6, 2018 at 6:03 pm, by

Grays Harbor Fairgrounds and Tourism Manager, Mike Bruner, says that there is “so much value for attendees.” Grays Harbor Fairgrounds Receives Grant for Improvements to Equestrian Area Restrooms Grays Harbor Fairgrounds has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Grays Harbor Community Foundation to improve the restrooms at the Equestrian Center in Elma. The grant  Continue Reading »