Search Directory:

Held over Labor day weekend, the Blackberry Festival takes over Bremerton's picturesque waterfront with live music from their main stage and tons of vendors stretched all along the boardwalk! Additionally, at 2nd & Washington there is the "Chalk Art Gallery" where artists of all ages are invited to come and do their best chalk art! While enjoying this event, go up topside to 4th & Pacific to visit the Wayzgoose Kitsap Arts Festival!

With the Downtown Bremerton Association as the primary promoter, this annual event is supported and sponsored by many generous downtown businesses and groups. Starting at 6th Street & Pacific Avenue, the parade heads south on Pacific to Fourth Street and turns right to head down to Park Avenue. It's a blast!

The 21+ Brewfest is a two day event on the Bremerton waterfront in July! This event features 30 Washington breweries pouring more than 100 craft beers. Learn from expert brewers while you enjoy live music and local food!

Held at the Historic Lynwood theatre with ancillary events there in Pleasant Beach Village in November, Celluloid Bainbridge shows indie films from all over the Pacific Northwest - Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and British Columbia!

In late July, children, families and adults are invited to decorate the sidewalks of the downtown waterfront. The Downtown Waterfront Alliance provides free chalk along with Certificates of Award in the following categories: Kids, Family, High School, College Students, Adult, Group and Best Maritime-Nautical art. The Alliance encourages participants to bring a chair or knee pads! A maritime theme is encouraged, though not required. Chalk the Harbor is a fun, FREE, family event. Harbor WildWatch will be at Skansie Brothers Park with their touch tanks and Face Painting will be available.

Chief Seattle Days is a 3-day public festival held in August that was established in 1911 to honor chief Seattle, a famous leader of the Suquamish People for whom the City of Seattle was named. This event includes activities such as the traditional salmon bake, canoe races, baseball tournaments, drumming and dancing, and a memorial service for Chief Seattle at his gravesite in Suquamish.

The Gig Harbor Cruisers Automotive Club celebrates special interest autos in Uptown Plaza in early August! Proceeds from the event support local youth activities and scholarships.

Held in August in conjunction with the “Festival by the Bay” Street Fair in Port Orchard, the All Saints Car Club puts on their annual car show on Bay Street with vendors, crafts, food and activities for all!