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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Flock to the 2015 Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival

Written on April 29, 2015 at 11:39 am, by

Life in Grays Harbor comes alive in the spring, welcoming the returning migrations of animals in our waters, on our lands, and in our skies. In April and May, tens of thousands of gray whales swim along our coasts, and hundreds of thousands of shorebirds stop along our beaches and estuaries, heading north for the  Continue Reading »

5 Scenic Nature Drives in Grays Harbor

Written on April 20, 2015 at 8:11 am, by

  Living in the Pacific Northwest, especially on and near the Olympic Peninsula, we are lucky to have access to some of the scenic drives in the country. From old growth forests housing elk, bear, bobcat and deer to coastal vistas that are wilder than anything seen along competing coastlines, the scenic beauty in our  Continue Reading »

Grays Harbor Raceway Revs Up For Summer Season

Written on April 17, 2015 at 9:19 am, by

Racing fans and anyone who enjoys “loud, exciting and very quick race cars” are in for plenty of speed and excitement at the Grays Harbor Raceway this year. “There will be lots more fan excitement,” says Steve Beitler, Promoter and General Manager of the Grays Harbor Raceway. He adds, “We’re going to continue to grow  Continue Reading »

Ariel Biggs and the Race to Win

Written on April 13, 2015 at 2:49 pm, by

Most girls, at the age of five, when faced with choosing either a race car or a pony would choose the pony. Not Ariel Biggs. When her dad gave her the choice, Ariel chose a quarter midget – a small, caged, go-cart type race car. At age six, she began racing and today is going  Continue Reading »

RFP – Tourism Creative Services Television, Print and Electronic Marketing

Written on April 2, 2015 at 12:40 pm, by

Grays Harbor County Request for Proposals Tourism Creative Services – Television, Print and Electronic Marketing Grays Harbor County is requesting proposals from qualified professionals for creative services to assist in the County Tourism Department’s marketing campaign.  For the purpose of this RFP, the services will be broken up into two (2) parts, marked “A” and  Continue Reading »