Celebrate theatre with a festival of plays this weekend with the 23rd Annual PT Playfest.
From Friday, March 8th till Sunday, March 10th, Key City Public Theatre will host one act plays and performances written by regional and nationally known playwrights. The festival includes performances, open rehearsals, discussion panels, and workshops. You can either purchase tickets to single events or $35 for a festival pass.
St. Patrick’s Day & Live Music
If you’re looking to listen to live music, St. Patrick’s Day is the day! Finnriver, Pourhouse, Cellar Door, and The Old Alcohol Plant will all variety of live music playing at their respective venues.
Whether you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day or simply enjoying a night out in our sleepy seaport, it is a great day to adventure out, visit some of our local bars & restaurants, and listen to great regional music.
Happy Birthday to the State Parks
Tuesday, March 19th is not just the 106th birthday of the WA State Parks but a it fee-free day at the parks and the last day of winter(!!) - so much to celebrate. Welcome the coming season by getting outdoors and visiting some of our local favorites like Fort Worden, Fort Flagler, and Dosewallips.
Wine Dinner with Port Townsend Vineyards
Savor a special dinner at Reveille at the Commons with your special person on March 21st from 6pm - 8pm. Sip on five pours from local winery, Port Townsend Vineyards, perfectly paired with 5 courses of farm-to-table cuisine at the historic Fort Worden campus.
The wine dinner costs $55/person and reservations can be made by calling 360.344.4400 ext. 304. Wine dinner reservations must be pre-paid. Not in town for this wine dinner? Click here to see Fort Worden’s wine dinners & other upcoming events.
Victorian Heritage Festival
Celebrate Port Townsend’s history with the Victorian Heritage Festival from March 22nd - 24th, with a weekend full of parties, high tea, tours, and more.
The weekend is chalked full of events including an art exhibition, garden party, high tea, fashion show, grand ball, guided tours, and a merchant's square with unique Victorian items like clothing and jewelry exclusively found at the festival. Click here to see the full schedule of events. Click here to purchase tickets.
Written by: Kaitlin Chester