The 2018 Victorian Festival kicks off with a pub crawl and ends with a Victorian ball! The festival takes place Friday, March 23rd - Sunday, March 25th.
In between the pub crawl and the ball, enjoy a Scoundrels, Sailors, and Settlers History walking tour, historical lessons including a fencing demonstration, high tea two historic hotels, live music, and a Victorian fashion show.
Click here to purchase your tickets to the whole festival or for specific events like High Tea or the Victorian Ball.
Celebrate your love of theater with the PT PlayFest!
From Friday, March 9th to Sunday, March 11th, KeyCity Public Theatre is offering one-act plays and three full-length plays from local, regional, and national playwrights.
PT PlayFest also offers the option for you to drop in on open rehearsals or stick around after the show for a post-play discussion. Conversate with the playwrights and mingle with other patrons. Festival passes cost $35 per person.
First Day of Spring & Daylight Savings Time
While this past winter was beautiful and snowy, I’m ready for spring. Let’s roll the clocks forward and bring on bouquets of tulips and extra daylight!
Indulge in an extra hour of sleep on Sunday, March 11th and celebrate the first day of spring on Tuesday, March 20th.
St. Patrick's Day
Put on your green and grab a local stout at the Pourhouse this St. Patrick’s Day.
The Pourhouse will be hosting a 21+ St. Patrick’s Day Party on Saturday, March 16th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm with live music from Happenstance, an eclectic folk band. The Pourhouse features over 200 beers with 12 rotating craft beers and two ciders on tap.
Enjoy some of the best views of Puget Sound from the Pourhouse’s outdoor beer garden while you play bocce ball or snuggle up by the firepit.
Sin at Sea Level Walking Tours
Join the Jefferson County Historical Society on Saturdays in March for “Sin at Sea Level” walking tours!
Tours leave from the Jefferson County Museum of Art & History at 2pm.
Knowledgeable guides will lead you through dreamy, downtown Port Townsend providing history and insight to the city’s nautical roots, Victorian architecture, and about the people who helped create Port Townsend’s unique culture and community.